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124 Gwydir Street

History of 124 Gwydir Street


Mary J Hoskison, wife, 29, painter’s wife,  b Yorks

Lillian, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Alfred, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Charles, son, 2, b Derby

Ann, daughter, 8 mos, b Cambridge

Elizabeth J Willman, lodger, unmarried, 29, dressmaker, b Litlington

Sarah A Honskin, lodger, unmarried, 29, dressmaker, b Royston


Abraham Butcher, head, 31, carpenter, b Suffolk

Anna, wife, 33, b Norfolk

Edith M, daughter, 5, b Cambridge

Marjorie, daughter, 3, b Cambridge


Abraham Butcher, 41, builder, b Suffolk

Ellen, 37, b Norfolk

Edith M, 15, b Cambridge

Marjorie, 13, b Cambridge


Arthur Odell, 31, coal trimmer electricity supply company, b Cambridge

[Coal trimmer:The person who sorts the coal in the railway cars after it is dumped into them.]

Ellen, 32, b Cambridge

Rebecca Sears, 72, boarder, retired cook, b Grantchester


Arthur Edward Odell, engineer


Leonard Savidge, widowed, b 1912, inspector boro police

Margaret Savidge, b 1899, single, trav: P O telephone


Savage –


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