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119 Gwydir Street

History of 119 Gwydir Street

1868:

Riot at gate of Christ’s College in which Detective Kirbyshire was present


1871: unnumbered

Edward Kirbyshire, 35, detective sergeant

Mary, 33,

Arthur, errand boy, b Cambridge

Walter E, 11, b Cambridge

Samuel, 5, b Cambridge

Annie, 4, b Cambridge


1881:

Edward Kirbyshire, head, 45, police officer, b Cambridge

Mary, wife, 43, b Shelford

Arthur, son, 23, pawn brokers assistant, b Cambridge

Walter, son, 22, post office sorting clerk, b Cambridge

Samuel, son, 15, junior clerk railways, b Cambridge

Annie, daughter, 14, scholar, b Cambridge


1891:

Edward Kerbyshire, 56, police inspector

Mary

Samuel, 25, railway clerk GER, b Cambridge


1901:

Edward Kirbyshire, 66, police inspector retired,

Mary, 64, b Shelford


1911:

Edward Kirbyshire, 76, police pensioner, b Cambridge

Mary Elizabeth Kirbyshire, grand daughter, 26, house keeper, b Cambridge


1913:

Edward Kirbyshire, ex police inspector


1915: CIP 30.4.1915: Roll of Honour: Enlistment with 3rd/1st Cambs: H R Kirbyshire, Gwydir Street


1962:

William Edward Tingey

1970:

William Spring

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