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100 Gwydir Street

History of 100 Gwydir Street

1871 unnumbered

William Cockerton, 42, greengrocer


William, 11, b Cambridge

Harriet, 10, b Cambridge

Elijah, 8, b Cambridge

James W, 5,

Mary A, 4,

Jonathan, 2, b Cambridge

Nathan Radford, lodger, 81, tailor, b Oakington


William Cockerton, head, 51, costermonger, b Balsham

Clarissa, wife, 51, laundress, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, daughter, 18, b Cambridge

James W, son, 16, milk boy, b Cambridge

Mary, daughter, 15, servant, b Cambridge

George, son, 9, b Cambridge

Robert, son, 7, b Cambridge


William Cockerton, head, 62, general labourer, b Balsham

Clarissa, wife, 62, b Kedington

George, son, 19, b Cambridge, idiot

Robert, son, 18, porter, b Cambridge


William Cockerton, 72, brewers labourer, b Balsham

Elizabeth Glasscock, lodger, 68, dressmaker, b Sawston

Harriett Glasscock, lodger, 39, b Linton


William Banen Sutton, 53, yard foreman on railway GER, b Over

Harriett, 49, b Norfolk

Percy David, 21, railway porter GER, b Cambridge

Lucy Ethel, 13, b Cambridge

Ellen May, 11, b Cambridge


William Sutton, railway servant


Harriett Suttton, b 1861

Elizabeth Coburn, b 1874

Maria Glazer, b 1878, evacuee


James Arthur Neath


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