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138 Gwydir Street

History of 138 Gwydir Street

1881: chemist’s shop

Edward Heap, 51, consulting chemist, Lancashire

Mary A, 39, b Sussex



Henry Whiteman, widower, 58, stationer, b Wilts

Harriet E Vigurs, daughter, 32, b London

James W Vigurs, son in law, 30, carpenter, b Cornwall

Nellie Vigurs, granddaughter, 3, b Cambridge

Eva Vigurs, granddaughter, 1, b Cambridge





Henry Edward Butler, 42, grocer, b Cambridge

Mary Elizabeth, 39, b Norwich

Ernest Arthur, 13, b Cambridge



Butler Bros

H E Butler, grocers and provision merchants



Reginald P Unwin, b 1912, artificial stone

Edith M, b 1917

Beryl E, b 1938



(138a) Leonard G Wilkin, b 1901, labourer

Mable E,  b 1904

June L, b 1932

Mary Finnett, b 1911, evacuee



(138A) Tony and June Wilson



Ivan P Freeman

(138a) T Chipperfield


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