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111 Gwydir Street

111 Gwydir Street

1871: unnumbered

Henry Wiseman, 20, shunter GER, b Norfolk

Mary A, 20, b Norfolk

William H, 1, b Norfolk


1881:

Charles Hewitt, head, 35, police constable, b Kimbolton

Sarah, wife, 28, b Essex

Joseph H H, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge


1891:

Joseph Bean, head, 31, railway clearing house clerk, b Staffs

Mary Ann, wife, 32, b Suffolk

William, son, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Eliza E, daughter, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence, daughter, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Joseph, son, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

Kate, daughter, 11 mos, b Cambridge


1901:

John G Gates, 57, boot closer, b Cambridge

Emma, 55, b Cambridge

Harry, 14, b Cambridge

George Smith, 18, boarder, b London


1911:

John Gibbs Lates, 67, boot closer, b Cambridge

Emma, 65, b Suffolk


1913:

James Doggett, labourer


1914:

CIP 16.10.1914: Corpl. W J Mitchell, 2nd Battalion Essex Regt, no.7309, killed in action. Left widow and 15 month olf child.


1962:

George Moden

1970:

George Moden

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