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142 Gwydir Street

142 Gwydir Street, Morton Cottage

History of 142 Gwydir Street

1881: Morton Cottage

Sarah A Baker, widow, 40, annuitant, b Norfolk

Henry F, 14, b Cambridge

Amelia K, 12, b Cambridge

Ellen L, 9, b Cambridge

Alexander J, 9, b Cambridge

Arthur F, 4, b Cambridge



Kate Baker, daughter, 22, living on her own means, b Cambridge

Ellen, 19, teacher, b Cambridge

Arthur, 14, b Cambridge



HenryW Howell, 46, ?Superintendent Prudential Assurance Office, b Norfolk

Sarah A, 47, b Norfolk

Henry W, 22, college clerk, b Norfolk

Ruth, 18, b Norfolk



John Parr, 67, horsekeeper for coal works, b Exning

Edith, 62, bedmaker Caius College, b Soham

Edith, 34, drawn thread needle work,  b Cambridge

Ethel Maud, 26, b Cambridge

Agnes Amelia, 21, dressmaker, b Cambridge



Thomas Pilsworth, plasterer

Pte Charles Thomas Pilsworth, B coy Cambridgeshire Reg, awarded Military Medal for carrying medal under heavy fire 25.8.1917.



Harold W Long, b 1899, plumber and home decorator (AFS Cambridge)

Doris E, b 1904





H W Long, builder


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