Capturing Cambridge
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By Sir Richard Phillips and Company(Life time: NA) - Original publication: The Book of English Trades

123 Blinco Grove, Acacia Cottage

History of 123 Blinco Grove

1901: (2 Acacia Cott)

Edgar W H Johnson, 30, Police sergeant clerk, born Durham

Helen, 29, born Scotland

Helen H, 3, born Cambridge

Edith M, 11mos, born Cherry Hinton

Ella Gilbey, visitor, 10, born Willingham

1911:

Samuel Wilsher, 35, bootmaker, born Cambridge

Frances Alice, 40, born Cambridge

William Thomas Edward, 9, born Cambridge

Annie A Edwards, sister, 52, single, born Cambridge

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Mrs Wilsher volunteered for the Red Cross 1915-1919 at the 1st Eastern General.

25/12/1914 Miss Ann Agnes Adelaide Edwards found dead in a water butt. Depressed because of the war; verdict of suicide from unsound mind.

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