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126 Gwydir Street

History of 126 Gwydir Street

1881:

George King, 61, blacksmith, b Suffolk

Susannah, 56, b Suffolk

Samuel, 23, tinman, b Suffolk

Richard, 19, whitesmith, b Suffolk

Charles, 17, shoemaker, b Suffolk

Joseph Edward, lodger, 27, carter, b Chesterton

Ellen Edward, wife, lodger, 24, b Suffolk

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1891:

George Mirroh [?]

1901:

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1911:

Frederick C Smith, 53, laboratory assistant college chemical lab, b Cambridge

Alice Marid [sic] Smith, 49

George Stoke Smith, 17, college servant, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Petit Smith, 18, servant, b Cambridge

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1913:

Frederick C Smith, college servant

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1939:

Horace Hancock, railway ticket collector, b 1878

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1962: –

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