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15 Malta Road

History of 15 Malta Road




Ernest Arthur, 40, locomotive engine joint maker, b Fulbourn

Lizzie, 32, b Fulbourn

Harold William, 7, b Cambridge

Gladys May, 4, b Cambridge

Cecil David, 2, b Cambridge

In 1901 the Banyards were at 25 Malta Road


Ernest A Banyard, fitter


Joan Kathleen Banyard [married Francis White Robinson on 3 May 1941; Francis was the son of Sidney Ralph White Robinson; in 1939 Francis was living in Woolwich and working as a heavy worker at the RNAO Arsenal]

Francis White Robinson


George Short



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