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106 Gwydir Street

History of 106 Gwydir Street

1881:

William G Cave, head, 33, railway engine driver, b Cambridge

Susannah, wife, 25, b Cambridge

William, son, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Ellen, daughter, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Alfred, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence A, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Naomi, daughter, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Charles W, son, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, son, 1 mo, b Cambridge

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1891:

Manasseh Charles Green, 26, grocer’s assistant, b Horningsea

Maria Elizabeth (nee Banyard), 25, b Cambridge

This couple move to 98 Ainsworth Street.

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1901:

William Burbage, 35, baker

Laura E, 33, b Cambridge

William J, 8, b Cambridge

Frank R, 7, b Cambridge

Elsie B, 5, b Cambridge

Gladys D, 2, b Cambridge

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1904: William L Burbage, baker

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1911:

William Burbage, 45, baker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 43, b Cambridge

William, 23, cooks apprentice, b Cambridge

Frank, 17, page doctors, b Cambridge

Elsie, 15, b Cambridge

Harry, 8, b Cambridge

George, 6, b Cambridge

Maude, 3, b Cambridge

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1913: William L Burbage, baker

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1916: CDN 24.6.1916: Absentees under the Military Service Act: Edward Burbage (38), 106 Gwydir Street, Cambridge. The public are invited to assist the military authorities in tracing the above mentioned men. Information should be given to the Recruiting Officer, Cambridge, and will be treated as strictly confidential.

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1939:

Rose M Taylor, married, b 1915

Pamela Taylor, b 1929

Louise Edwards, married, b 1915

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1962:

Sidney Linford

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