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7 Malta Road

History of 7 Malta Road


John Culpin, 44, labourer, b Hunts

Elizabeth, 22, b Lincs

Annie, 12, b Cambridge

Florence, 10, b Cambridge

Daisy, 8, b Cambridge

Bertha, 6, b Cambridge

Richard, 3, b Cambridge

Ada, 1, b Cambridge


John Culpin, carter for haulage company


John Culpin, labourer


Richard served as a private in the Royal Sussex Regiment. He was wounded in the Battle of Passchendaele [not Somme] on 14th November 1917. Despite a leg amputation he died during a further operation at the 1st Eastern General Hospital in Cambridge on 16th December 1918.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


Arthur William John Watts



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