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116 Gwydir Street

History of 116 Gwydir Street

1881:

William Eagle, 26, railway servant, b Suffolk

Sarah A, 29, b Ely

Charlotte Fenn, sister and boarder, 15, scholar, b Ely

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1891:

Eugene W Maltby

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1901:

Frederick William Scriven, 54, tailor, b Northants

Mahala, 54, b Cambridge [second wife]

Alfred Fox, boarder, 22, tailor journeyman, Cambridge

Charles Hemmings, 19, tailor apprentice, Oxon

A photo of the Scriven family can be found here

In 1911 the family was at 2 Mawson Road.

In 1891 the family was at 83 Gwydir Street.

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1911:

Emma Ginn, 71, widow, b Bury

Lewis George, 41, railway engine driver, b Middlesex

Joseph Dickinson Calvert, 27, insurance agent, b Cumberland

James Todd, 61, farm labourer, b Suffolk

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1913:

Louis George Ginn, engine driver

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1939:

Lewis [sic] G Ginn, b 1869, driver LNER

Mary B, b 1872

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1962:

Fred G Royal

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