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110 Gwydir Street

History of 110 Gwydir Street


James Utteridge, head, 53, engineers clerk, b Cambridge

Eliza, wife, 45, b Cambridge

Lucy A, daughter, 18, milliner, b Cambridge

Annie M, daughter, 15, dressmaker’s assistant, b Cambridge

Frederick A, son, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Ethel L, daughter, 5, scholar, b Cambridge



Elizabeth Butler, head, widow, 71, laundress, b Trumpington

Alice Barron, daughter, 29, b Cambridge

James Barron, son in law, 32, boiler smith assistant, b Cambridge

William H Barron, grandson, 2, b Cambridge



William Clarke, 55, bricklayer, b Suffolk

Mary A, 55, b Essex

Lily, 23, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Grace, 18, b Cambridge

Archibald, 15, machinist, b Cambridge

Maggie, grand daughter, 5, b London


1902: CDN 6.8.1902: Grace Clark gave evidence in the hearing of Percy Barrington of St Barnabas Road who was charged with making false entries in a cash book and weekly account book while being a servant in the employ of the Public Tea Company, Mincing-lane, London. Grace was also an employee. Percy was committed to trial on bail.


1904: William H Clarke, bricklayer



William Henry Clarke, 66, bricklayer, b Suffolk

Mary Ann, 66, b Essex

Archbald Linned [sic], 26, labourer, b Cambridge



John Stubbs, taxi-driver



Edward Wallman, b 1881, canten manager

Mary, b 1880



Mrs M Wallman


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