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120 Gwydir Street

History of 120 Gwydir Street


William Berry, head, 39, pensioner, b Suffolk

Catherine, wife, 26, b Scotland

Robert, son, 7, scholar, b East Indies

William, son, 3, scholar, b East Indies

Lilian, daughter, 1, b Bristol

Ann Branch, lodger, 39, retired cook, b Cambridge


Philip Betts, head, 53, railway servant, b Beds

Elizabeth, wife, 55, b Great Shelford

Sydney, son, 17, county court clerk, b Beds

George H Cobell, boarder, 39, plasterer, b Lincs


Philip Betts, 63, general labourer, b Beds

Elizabeth, 66, b Great Shelford


Samuel Brown, 61, engine driver GER,  b Cambridge

Sarah, 59, b Essex

Clara, 22, tailoress, b Cambridge

James, 20, labourer, b Cambridge

Ada, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge


Samuel Brown, engine driver GER


William E Haynes, b 1892, shop and furniture

Lizzie R, b 1888

Cyril E, b 1918, gents hairdresser


Kenneth N, b 1920, shop assist (RAMC TA)


David Mason


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