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144 Gwydir Street

History of 144 Gwydir Street


building site


Herbert Watson, head, 48, grocer, b Cambridge

Louisa, wife, 48, b Cambridge

Arthur W, son, 21, grocer, b Cambridge

Sydney H, son, 16, b Cambridge

Thomas Missen, 21, grocer’s assistant, b Cambridge

Frederick C Blythe, 16, grocer’s assistant, b Fulbourn

Jane Palmer, 19, servant, b Linton

Florence L Watson, daughter, 12, scholar, b Suffolk

1894 (CIP 14.12.1894)

CIP 14.12.1894

1899 CIP 10.11.1899: Henry John Allen of 144 Gwydir Street was fined a shilling for his behaviour on Market Hill on November 5th. He had set fire to a cracker.


Herbert Watson, 57, grocer

Louisa, 58,

Sydney H, 26, grocer

Florence L, 22, b Cambridge

Harry J Allen, boarder, 18, assistant grocer, b Bassingbourn

Bertie Dring, boarder, 18, assistant porter, b Oakington

Bland E Cracknell, servant, 16, b Cambridge


(144a) John William Kerry, 49, boot salesman, b Herts

Georgiana, 44, b Cambridge

Elsie Margaret, 21, b Cambridge


Sidney H Watson, grocer and provision merchant

(144a) J W Kerry


Butler Bros


(144a) John Kerry, b 1863, boot salesman

Georgina, b 1866

(144) Claude A G Harding, b 1891, assistant clerk to justices

Elsie M, b 1889

Daphne M, b 1922


S F Cockell, grocer


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