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115 Gwydir Street

History of 115 Gwydir Street

1871: unnumbered

Benjamin Woodcock, 35


Charles E, 3 mos, b Cambridge

Kate L, 3, b Cambridge


Benjamin Woodcock, head, 45, railway inspector

Fanny, wife, 47, b Melbourn

Kate, daughter, 13, dressmaker’s apprentice, b Cambridge

George, son, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Ellen, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge


Benjamin Woodcock, railway foreman


George, 18, engine cleaner, b Cambridge

Kate, 23, stay-maker, b Cambridge

Alice, 17, pupil teacher, b Cambridge


Benjamin Woodcock, 65, railway porter, b Harlton

Fanny, 67, b Melbourn

Clara, 27, school teacher, b Cambridge

1908: CIP 17.1.1908: George Woodcock was a witness in the case of death of Albert Freestone (21), engine cleaner, of 100 Thoday Street. Jury decided ‘accidental death’.


George William Woodcock, 38, railway engine driver, b Cambridge

Elvina Kate, 41, b Norfolk

Frank Hanley, 17, b Cambridge

Herbert Whybrow, boarder, 19, engine cleaner, b Linton


William Matthew Butler, GER


William E G Barham


William E G Barham


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