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36 Sedgwick Street, 8 Ixworth Terrace

History of 36 Sedgwick Street


Frank Mortimer, 32, traveller, b Norfolk

Fanny, 30, b Leicester

Maud, 9, b Leicester

Percy, 4, b London

Gertrude Burrows, niece, 2, b London


George Chapman, 27, railway engine fireman, b Cambridge

Sarah Ann, 32, b Bucks

Dorothy May, 11,b  London

William George, 8, b Hinxton

Francis Edward, 6, b Northants

Charles Reuben, 4, b Cambridge

Percy Edwin, 2, b Cambridge

Ernest Walter Crisp, boarder, 22, b Longstanton

Arthur Edmund Hawkes, boarder, 19, b Longstanton

In 1911 the family were living in Kettering.

Percy Edwin Chapman: Percy Edwin CHAPMAN, Private 9832, 1st Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Died 16 November 1916. Aged 17. Bron Cambridge, enlisted Northampton.



Charles Robinson, labourer


Cornelius Woods


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