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148 Gwydir Street

History of 148 Gwydir Street

1881:

William A Brinley, 37, bank clerk, b Devon

Julia, 33, b USA

Albert C, 8, b Canada

Henry L, 7, b Canada

Dolores B, 5, b Canada

Julia S C, 3, b Canada

Louisa Webb, 18, servant, b Six Mile Bottom

Lola Dowdell, sister in law, 25, wife of captain H M Army, b USA

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1891:

John W Bigg, 62, retired farmer, b Suffolk

Mary, 56, b Cottenham

George E, 18, printers compositor, b Suffolk

Clara E, 16, dressmaker, b Suffolk

Spencer W, 15, college servant, b Suffolk

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1901:

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1911:

George Edwin Bigg, 38, master printer, b Suffolk

Mary Emily, 35, b Norfolk

Edith Mary, 7, b Cambridge

Doris Emily, 6, b Cambridge

Walter, 3, b Cambridge

Norman William, 5 mos, b Cambridge

For more about the Bigg family.

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1913:

E Edwin Bigg, general printer Sturton Town Printing Works

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1939:

May E Bigg, b 1875, printing works proprietress

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1962:

Kenneth J Featherstone

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