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99 Burnside, Fern Cottage (Brookside)(Brookfields)

History of 99 Burnside

1911: Fern Cottage, 99 Brookfields

Rose Thurley, 46, widow, factory hand jam factory, b St Ives

Philip, 16, carman, b London

George, 13, office boy at drapers, b Cherry Hinton

Rose, 18, servant, b London

Elizabeth, 8, b Cherry Hinton

George enlisted at the age of 16 in the Cambridge Volunteer Battalion. He worked for Robert Sayles. He died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1.7.1916.

Thurley, George. Regiment number 16341 of 11th Battalion of the Suffolk Regiment. Died 1st July 1916 , from Cherry Hinton

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1913:

Mrs Thurley

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1962:

William Green

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