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72 Rock Road, Jersey House

History of 72 Rock Road


(Jersey House)

Thomas Bowyer, 48, milk seller, born Cambs.

Marianne, 49, assists in business, born Beds.

Sidney, 22, photographer’s assistant, born Cherryhinton

Lilian, 20, born Cherryhinton

Ruth, 19, draper’s assistant, born Cherryhinton

Thomas, 17, errand boy (chemist), born Trumpington

Nellie, 13, born Foxton

Mrs Mansfield worked from 1916-1918 as a Red Cross volunteer at the First Eastern General Hospital. This is probably Ethel Mansfield b 1876, who was living in 1911 in Cowper Road with her husband, harry, a carriage and wagon examiner.




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