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121 Gwydir Street

History of 121 Gwydir Street

1871 unnumbered

Thomas Muncey, 46, police officer, b Impington

Eliza, 45, b Norfolk

John, 10, b Cambridge

Frederick, 6, b Cambridge


Thomas Muncey, head, 55, police constable

Eliza, wife, 52, b Norfolk

Frederick W, son, 16, railway clerk, b Cambridge


Thomas Muncey, head, 65, police pensioner, b Histon

Eliza, wife, 60, b Norfolk


Thomas Muncey, 76, policeman retired, b Histon

Anne Rowell, housekeeper, 42, b Cambridge

1905 CIP 16.6.1905: William Baker, foreman at Messrs Macintosh’s, of 121 Gwydir Street, gave evidence in case of Henry Ernest Darlington, 24, labourer of 35 Eden Street, being on premises for unlawful purposes.


Alfred Waters, 37, signalman, b Shelford

Lester, 34, wife, b Norfolk

Sybil, 9, b Cambridge

Reginald, 7, b Cambridge


Alfred Waters, GER servant


Richard Johnson


Mrs G Thorne


Daniel Bangham, wind instrument maker


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