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10 Gwydir Street

History of 10 Gwydir Street


Charles Cave, 43



Charles, 13

In 1879 Charles joined the Scots Guards. He served in Egypt and the Sudan. By 1888 he had been promoted to colour sergeant. he married and joined the 62nd Wiltshire Regiment. He left the army in 1901 with the rank of Warrant officer. He brought his family back to Cambridge and in 1911 they were living at 29 Abbey Road.



Family were previously at 2 Princes Street

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



Charles Cave, 53, joiner, b Hunts

Martha, 53, b March

Emma, 25, milliner, b March

Ann, 21, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 14, b Cambridge



Charles Cave


Charles Long


Charles Long



Charles Worrell Blades Long, 44, railway clerk, b Norfolk

Elizabeth, 44, b Cambridge

Irene Golden Long, 18, coat assistant milliners, b Cambridge

Charles Cave Allan Long, 16, apprentice cook Clare College, b Cambridge

Lena Louise Whittlesea Long, 14, apprentice coats milliners, b Cambridge

Vernon Worrall, 12, b Cambridge



Charles Long, GER clerk



Elizabeth Long, b 1866

Irene G, b 1892, master dressmaker (First Aid Training)



Miss I G Long

Miss I G Long was Scout Master of the 42nd Cambridge.




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