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104 Gwydir Street

History of 104 Gwydir Street


Robert Green, head, 33, railway servant, b Ely

Susan, wife, 38, b Ely

Rhoda Cooper, niece, 11, scholar, b Ely


William Cracknell, head, 35, general labourer, b Balsham

Abigail, wife, 33, b Ely

Georgina, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Walter, son, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Ethel, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

John, son, 3, b Cambridge

Ellen, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

Robert M, son, 8 mos, b Cambridge

Thomas Vaughan, brother, 43, labourer, b Ely

1895 (CIP 13.9.1895): Obstructing the police: Edward Barrett, labourer, of 104, Gwydir-street, ;he defendant’s witness in the last case, was charged with obstructing P.c. Lee whilst in the execution of his duty, at the same place and time.—Pc. Lee said he had taken Baker into custody, when Barrett pulled him away. Witness afterwards re-arreste’ him. Defendant, the constable stated, was drunk, and he was next charged with this offence.—The Magistrates fined 1s for being drunk, and on the other charge 2s. 6d.


James Fordham, 63, professional cricketer, b Cambridge


Martin Saunders, platelayer (Spaldings)


Henry Glover, 29, boilermaker GER, b Yorks

Jessie Maria, 30, b Northants

Agnes Lily, 4, b Yorks

Gwendoline Ina, 1, b Cambridge


Mrs Butler


Claude J W Smith, b 1877, joint makers assistant NER

Amy, b 1876

Dorothy J, b 1905, restaurant superintendant

Frederick Thomas Smith, b 1910, printers machine minder

Gladys A Smith, b 1915, drapers assistant


Arthur C Tyler


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