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28 & 30 Madras Road

28 Madras Road

History of 28 Madras Road

See 24 Madras Road

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1895:

Samuel Bunn, bricklayer’s labourer

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1905:

Samuel Bunn, bricklayer’s labourer

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1919:

Private H. Bunn, 2nd Duke of Wellington’s Reg, identified as a POW, but reported as safe (CC BNACIP). Private H. Bunn of No. 28: the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment was engaged during the First World War in actions on the Western Front and at Gallipoli. Harry Bunn may have been in- volved in any of these and seems to have made it through. He was recorded as at No. 28 until at least 1975.

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1935:

Harry Bunn

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1951:

Harry Bunn

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1962:

Harry Bunn

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