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Gothic Street

History of Gothic Street

1901:

(1): Lydia Taylor, widow, grocer

Amelia Webb, daughter, 29, dressmaker, b Cambridge

John Fardle, boarder, 24, railway engine fireman, b Herts

Arthur Jolley, boarder, 24, railway engine fireman,

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(2): Harry Fayers, 46, bricklayer

Ellen

Alice, 17, b Cambridge

Agnes, 14, b Cambridge

Christina

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(3): Charles Thurlow, 36, warehouseman, b Cambridge [in 1911 name of head is George Frederick Thurlow, other family the same]

Alice, 27, b Cambridge

Daisy, 7, b Cambridge

Nellie, 3, b Cambridge

Emily, 1, b Cambridge

Alice, 5, b Cambridge

William Stokes, boarder, 21, labourer, b Cambridge

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(4): Thomas Dickerson, 43, painter, b Cambridge

Jane, 41, b Ireland

Thomas, 15, errand boy, b Kent

Ethel, 13, b Cambridge

Winifred, 12, b Cambridge

Edward, 2, b Cambridge

Gertrude, 7, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 5, b Cambridge

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(5): Harry Thorogood, 37, cab driver, b Essex

Gillah, wife, 50, college bedmaker, b Suffolk

Harry, 17, butcher,  b Essex

Lillie, 21, b Essex

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(6): Mary Bradford, widow, 70, living on own means, b Bottisham

Elizabeth Johnson, widow, 77, living on own means, b Bottisham

Herbert Russell, lodger, 20, bookmaker [?], b Essex

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(7): Anne Hyde, widow, 72, b Swavesey

William Bradford, nephew, 31, painter, b Cambridge

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(8): Mary Crick, widow, 50, b Newmarket

Henry, 23, painter, b Cambridge

Alfred, 12, b Cambridge

Arthur Wallis, boarder, 29, cab driver, b Cambridge

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(9): George Wayman, 28, builders carman, b Cambs

Emma, 26, b Cambridge

Hartley, 3, b Cambridge

Jack, 1, b Grantchester

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(10): Robert E Coleman, 37, coachman,  b Cambridge

Sophy F, 25, b Trumpington

Winifred A, 4,  b Cambridge

Reginald A, 2, b Trumpington

Alfred C, 5 mos,  b Cambridge

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(11) Alfred Leach, 32, shoemaker, b Cambridge

William J, 9, b Cambridge

Alfred, 8, b Cambridge

Leonard, 6, b Cambridge

Robert, brother, 23, drapers assistant,  b Cambridge

Ada Ruse, visitor, 22, housemaid,  b Cambridge

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(12) James Whitby, 52, labourer, b Cambs

Charlotte, 48,  b Cambridge

Lottie, 13, b Cambridge

William, 11, b Cambridge

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(13) Sarah Freeman, widow, 84, living on own means, b Surrey

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(14) William Sparks, 39, fly driver, b Coton

Caroline M, 32, b London

Reginald, 10, b Cambridge

Percy, 7, b Cambridge

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(15) Hannah Machin, widow, 77, retired lodging house keeper,  b Cambridge

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(16) Harry Constable, 33, painter, b Haslingfield

Kate, 30, b Harston

Dorothy, 6, b Cambridge

Frank, 4, b Cambridge

Nellie, 1, b Cambridge

Walter, 22, painter, b Haslingfield

William Hayward, 23, painter, b Harston

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(17) Annie L Wilson, widow, 33, laundress, b Cambridge

Frank J, 12, b Cambridge

Lilian M, 10, b Cambridge

Emily E, 7, b Cambridge

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(18) Louisa Samworth, 42, college bedmaker, b Chelsea

Dora, 17, b Cambridge

Lillian, 14, b Cambridge

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(19) Alfred H Haggis, 50, porter at sweet factory, b Trumpington

Elizabeth, 62, b Bourn

Herbert W, 25, oil and colour man’s porter, b Cambridge

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(20) Henry Clark, 44, hatters assistant, b Cambridge

Lillian, niece, 7, milliner, b Cambridge

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(21) George Hardwick, 42, gardener, b Fulbourn

Rachel, 40, b Teversham

Alice M, 12,  b Cambridge

Bessie, 10, b Cambridge

Margaret M, 4, b Cambridge

Winifred K, 3, b Cambridge

Audrey V, 11 mos, b Cambridge

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(22) William Clements, son, 6, b Ickleton

Robert Clements, son, 5,  b Cambridge

Mary Clements, 3, daughter,  b Cambridge

Charlotte Fairey, visitor, nurse, 25, b Yorks

Franks Stubbings, 22, gardener

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(23) Charles Sheldrick, widower, 79, former fitter, b Cambridge

Charles, 45, labourer and night watchman,  b Cambridge

Alice, 36, housekeeper

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(24) Mary J Hudson, widow, 64, living on own means, b Leics

Ada Brown, niece, 26, parlourmaid, b Leics

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(25) William Spicer, 52, coachman, b Bottisham

Fanny L, 43, b Stafford

Bessie, 21, dressmaker,  b Cambridge

Queenie, 12,  b Cambridge

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(26) Noah Frisby, 48, college dining hall carver, b Essex

Elizabeth, 54, b Cambs

Ethel M, 14,  b Cambridge

David Frisby, boarder, widower, living on own means,  b Cambridge

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1911:

(1): Mrs Lydia Taylor, 68, grocer, b Dry Drayton

Arthur Jolley, boarder, 34, GER railway engine stoker, b Essex

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(2): Harry Fayers, 56, bricklayer, b Suffolk

Ellen, 52, b Suffolk

Tom, 20, deaf from 1901, b Cambridge

Christina, 16,  b Cambridge

Jack, 10,   b Cambridge

Percy, 3,  b Cambridge

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(3) George Frederick Thurlow, 46, carman draper and furniture, b Cambridge [in 1901 head is Charles Thurlow with same family members]

Alice, 36,  b Cambridge

Alice, 15, servant, b Cambridge

Nelly, 13, b Cambridge

Dorothy, 11, b Cambridge

Lilly, 3, b Cambridge

Charles Ronald George, 1 mos, b Cambridge

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(4) William Edward Radford, 41, house painter, b Cambridge

Emma Matilda, 37, part time charwoman,  b Cambridge

Maud Louisa, 5,  b Cambridge

Alfred William, 3, b Cambridge

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(5): Florence Cockerton, 48, private means, b Cambridge

Richard Cockerton, 15, apprentice outfitter, b Surrey

Aubrey Cockerton, 11, b Surrey

Phyllis Cockerton, 9, b Surrey

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(6): Mary Bradford, 82, widow, private means, b Bottisham

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(7): Elizabeth Haggis, 73, widow, old age pensioner, b Bourn

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(8): Mary Crick, 65, widow, b Newmarket

Alfred Walter, visitor, 46, cab driver, b Cambridge

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(9): Ellington Thomas Overhill, 47, bootmaker, b Haverhill

Henry, 15, boot repairer, b Cambridge

Percy, 10, b Cambridge

Jack, 8, b Cambridge

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(10) William Thomas Hiner, 42, carman, b Bottisham

Sarah Ann, 48, b Cambridge

Reynolds William, 13, b Chesterton

Dorothy Elizabeth, 10, b Chesterton

Hilda, 7, b Chesterton

Edwin William Elborn, nephew, 17, compositor apprentice, b Cambridge

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(11) Charles Holmes, 26, brewers engineer, b Essex

Thirza, 22, b Cambridge

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(12) William Wonfor, 38, brewers drayman, b Cambs

Mary Ann, 42, b Balsham

Cecil Stanley, 20, drawers assistant, b Longstanton

Henrietta Elizabeth, 17, working at home, b Longstanton

John William, 12, b Balsham

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(13) George Walter Kitson, 37, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Sarah Matilda, 33,  b Cambridge

Dorothy Elizabeth, 16, b Cambridge

Elsie May, 14, servant, b Cambridge

Albert Edward, 12, b Cambridge

Rose Agnes, 9, b Cambridge

Alice Beatrice, 6, b Cambridge

Nora Joyce, 3, b Cambridge

William Lionel, 1, b Cambridge

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(14) William Sparks, 50, fly driver, b Coton

Caroline, 40, b London

Reginald, 20, florists salesman,  b Cambridge

Ernest, 9, b Cambridge

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(15) James Luke Rollings, 46, horse traveller, b Waterbeach

Ann Hown Rollings, 38, work at home, b Cambs

William Wayman, son, 14, butcher errand boy, b Newnham

Robert Wayman, 10, b Cambridge

Edward John Rollings, 8, b Cambridge

James Luke Rollings, 7, b Cambridge

Margery Annie Rollings, 2, b Surrey

Charles Hown Rollings, son, 10 mos, b Cambs

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(16) Walter Scales, 40, paperhanger, b London

Elizabeth M A Scales, 39, college bedmaker, b Norwich

Emma E, 17, mothers help, b Norwich

Lily A, 10, b Norwich

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(17) Annie L Wilson, 44, widow, laundress, b Cambridge

Frank J, 22, labourer, b Cambridge

Emily C, 17, servant, b Cambridge

Violet, 3, b Cambridge

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(18) Samuel Michel, 36, painter, b Cambridge

Sarah, 36,  b Cambridge

Samuel, 17, butchers assistant, b Cambridge

Ethel, 14, b Cambridge

Bertram, 9, b Cambridge

Dorothy, 7, b Cambridge

Lily, 5, b Cambridge

Arthur, 3, b Cambridge

Leslie, 10 mos, b Cambridge

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(19) George Robert Wayman, 37, builders carman, b Cambs

Emma Elizabeth, 36, b Grantchester

Harriet Esther, 13, b Cambridge

Bertram John Robert, 11,  b Cambridge

Amy Elizabeth, 8,  b Cambridge

George Alfred Stanley, 4, b Bishop Stortford

Bernard Leonard, 1,  b Cambridge

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(20 Henry Arthur Clarke, 54, hatters assistant, b Cambridge

Lillian Catherine, niece, 27, milliner, b Cambridge

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(21) George Hardwick, 52, college gardener, b Fulbourn

Rachel, 51, b Teversham

Esther, 30, cook,  b Cambridge

Elsie, 26,  b Cambridge

Bessie, 20, servant,  b Cambridge

Margaret M, 14, day girl, b Cambridge

Winifred Kate, 13, b Cambridge

Audrey Vesta, 10, b Cambridge

Sylvia Winifred, 4, b Cambridge

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(22) James Clements, 47, labourer, b Essex

Jane, 45, jam factory, b Yorks

William, 16, bootmaker errand boy, b Cambs

Robert, 15, bootmaker errand boy,  b Cambridge

Mary, 13,  b Cambridge

Harry, 10, b Cambridge

Nellie, 9, b Cambridge

Harold, 7, b Cambridge

Edward, 5, b Cambridge

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(23) Rebbeca Sheldrick, 88, widow, b Cambs

Charles, 61, gardener, b Cambridge

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(24) Mary Jane Hudson, 74, widow, old age pensioner, b Leics

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(25) William Spicer, 60, coachman, b Bottisham

Queenie, 22, shorthand typist, b Cambridge

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(26) see 23 Brookside

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1913:

East Side

  1. Mrs Taylor, shopkeeper
  2. Harry Fayers, labourer
  3. Charles F Thurlow, labourer
  4. William Edward Radford, painter
  5. Mrs F Cockerton
  6. Mrs M Bradford
  7. Mrs Fuller
  8. Mrs Crick
  9. Thomas Overhill, bookmaker
  10. William Hyner, labourer
  11. James Whitley, corporation servant
  12. William Wonfer, carman
  13. James Kitson, labourer

West Side

14. William Sparks

15. Luke Rollings, labourer

16. Walter Scales, painter

17. Mrs A Wilson

18. Samuel John Michael. labourer

19. I Wayman, labourer

20. Henry A Clark, hatter

21. George Hardwicke, gardener

22. James Clements, waiter

23. Charles Sheldrick, railway servant GER

24. Mrs Mary Jane Hudson

25. William Spicer, coachman

26. Noah Frisby, artist

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Charles Edwin Patten: Private 16814, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 20 September 1916. Aged 31. Born Cherry Hinton, enlisted Cambridge. Husband of E. M. Patten, of 3, Gothic St., Brookside, Cambridge. In the 1911 census he was aged 26, the husband of Emily, father of two daughters and twin sons, a bricklayer, born Cherry Hinton, resident Laundry Cottages, Cherry Hinton. Buried in RATION FARM MILITARY CEMETERY, LA CHAPELLE-D’ARMENTIERES, Nord, France. Plot II. Row B. Grave 17. See also Cambridge Guildhall and Cherry Hinton (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

Hugh Aubrey Cockerton: Private 2991, 1/1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Died of wounds 2nd October 1916. Aged 17. Enlisted Cambridge. Son of the late John and Florence Holly Cockerton [5 Gothic Street]  Buried in Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No.1, Plot IV. Row F. Grave 15. See also Cambridge Guildhall and Cambridge St Mary the Less (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

Cecil Stanley Wonfor: Private 19224, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry. Killed in action 4th October 1917. Aged 26. Born Longstanton, enlisted Cambridge. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wonfor, of 12, Gothic St., Cambridge. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 80 to 82 and 163A. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

Albert Edward Bloy: Private, 35565, 1st/4th Battalion, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action 9th April 1918. Aged 24. Formerly 30747, Suffolk Regiment. Born and enlisted Cambridge. Son of Frederick Bloy; husband of Mrs. D. E. Wright (formerly Bloy), 19, Gothic Street, Brookside, Cambridge. Buried in Vielle-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, Lacouture, Plot III. Row F. Grave 18. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

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