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36 Hartington Grove, (2 Hartington Villas), (17)

History of 36 Hartington Grove

1901: (2 Hartington Villas)

Frank Y Lee, 43, book maker and insurance agent

Frances M., 37, wife, born Gt Wilbraham

Herbert V.,

Cecil F.,

Leonard H.,

Doris M.,

Bernard E.,

Harold G.,

1911: (17 Hartington Grove)

Frank Yorke Lee, 54, widower, book shop keeper, born Cambridge

Herbert Victor Lee, 24, elementary school teacher, born Cambridge

Cecil Frank Lee, 22, manufacturer’s clerk cement industry, born Cambridge

Leonard Harry Lee, 20, valuer’s clerk Inland Revenue, born Cambridge

Doris Mary Lee, 17, born Cambridge

Bernard Ernest Lee, 16, scientific instruments apprentice, born Cambridge

Harold George Lee, 14, born Cherry Hinton

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Bernard Ernest Lee b.1895 became a corporal in 1st Bttn Suffolk Regiment. He was a scientific instrument apprentice and enlisted 19.8.14. He was wounded in the hip & arm 10.1.16. He was further wounded and shocked in July 1916 when he was unconscious for one week. He was discharged from the army 27.3.17 suffering from shell shock, loss of memory, headache, insomnia and a slight tremor.

Harold George Lee b.1897 was a private in the 1st Eastern General Hospital RAMC in Cambridge.

Herbert Victor Lee b.1887 became a 2nd Lieutenant in the 3rd Bttn Suffolk Regiment. He was however attached to the 1st Bttn when he was wounded in the Salonika Campaign. He died in Egypt on 17/11/1916 of his wounds and was buried in the Struma Cemetery in Greece.

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