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113 Gwydir Street

History of 113 Gwydir Street

1871 unnumbered

Henry Ayres, police constable


Harry E, 12, b Bottisham

Rowena A, 10, b Bottisham

Rhoda E, 8, b Cambridge

Avies M, 4, b Cambridge

Agnes, 2, b Cambridge


Henry Ayres, head, 47, police constable, b Bottisham Lode

Avies M, wife, 43, laundress, b Bottisham

Augusta A, daughter, 20, b Bottisham

Agnes, daughter, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

Albert H, son, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Lucy M, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Fred A, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Percy M, son, 1, b Cambridge

Sidney M, son, 1, b Cambridge


Phillip Parr, head, 47, gardener, b Suffolk

Anne E, wife, 48, b Norwich

Walter G, son, 21, printer compositor, b Norfolk

Arthur R, son, 15, clerk, b Cambridge

Russell W, son, 11, b Cambridge


Philip Parr, 58, accountant, b Suffolk

Ann E, 60, b Norfolk

Russell, 20, postman, b Cambridge

Frank, 30, grocer’s salesman, b Carlton

Eva, niece, 8, b Cambridge


Ann Elizabeth Parr, 70, private means, b Norwich

Eva Ellen, adopted daughter, 18, teacher of piano, b Cambridge


Mrs A E Parr


Frederick J Mansfield


Frederick James Mansfield



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