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125 Gwydir Street

History of 125 Gwydir Street


Thomas Phillips, head, 32, railway store keeper, b Longstanton

Sophia, wife, 36, b Cambridge

Henry I, son, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Thomas M, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

James M, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Sarah E, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

Mary Male, mother in law, widow, 69, b Cambridge


Thomas Philips, head, 42, railway timekeeper

Sophia, wife, 45, b Cambridge

Henry J, son, 18, telegraphist, b Cambridge

Thomas M, son, 17, clerk, b Cambridge

James M, son, 15, page boy, b Cambridge


Thomas Philips was a witness in the case reported (CC&J 7.9.1894) concerning the theft of wood  worth 7d from GER. Minnie Gilchrist, 18 of 4 Stone Terrace was convicted and sentenced to 4 days imprisonment.


Thomas Philips, 52, timekeeper railway, b Long Stanton

Sophia, 56, b Cambridge


Harry Driver, 38, house decorator, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Ada, 38, b Cherry Hinton

Kate Elizabeth, 19,  dress maker, b Cambridge

Harry, 18, law clerk, b Cambridge


Arthur Franklin, painter

1917: CDN 21.2.1917: funeral of Arthur Franklin aged 65.


Reginald Phillips


Reginald Philips


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