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133 Gwydir Street

History of 133 Gwydir Street


Henry Read, head, 35, railway clerk, b Willingham

Caroline, wife, 36, b Cambridge

Henry M, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Walter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

George, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence M, 2, b Cambridge


In 1881 Trudgett family at 131 Gwydir Street.

John Trudgett, head, 47, railway ticket collector, b Shelford

Elizabeth, wife, 40, b Harston

Phoebe E, daughter, 16, scholar, b Cambridge

Bertha, daughter, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Harry, son, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Laura, daughter, 3, b Cambridge


John Trudgett, 57, goods porter, b Great Shelford

Elizabeth, 49, monthly nurse, b Harston

Bertha, 24, b Cambridge

Kate, 21, drapers assistant, b Cambridge

Harry, 18, b Cambridge

Laura, 13, b Cambridge


Elizabeth Trudgett, 59, monthly nurse, b Harston

Kate, 31, shop assistant, b Cambridge

Laura, 23, assistant teacher, b Cambridge


Mrs Elizabeth Trudgett, certified monthly nurse from the British Lying-in Hospital, London


Miss E Trudgett


C Fordham


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