1881: Butcher’s shop
Walter Cross, head, 35, butcher, b Broughton Hunts
Georgeanna, wife, 31, b Hunts
Arthur W, son, 3, b Cambridge
Rosa F, daughter, 1, b Cambridge
Agnes, sister, 30, b Broughton
Annie Taylor, sister in law, 21, attendant on the insane, b Hunts
Joseph Redfarn, head, 38, butcher, b Cambridge
Emma, wife, 41, b Cambridge
Alice, daughter,19, b Cambridge
Joseph, son, 16, butcher’s assistant, b Cambridge
Frederick, son, 14, scholar, b Cambridge
Kate Palmer, niece, 7, scholar, b London
Albert Page, 18, apprentice butcher, b West Wickham
1892: CIP 9.12.1892: CROSS SUMMONS: Joseph Redfarn 18 butcher of Gwydir Street was summoned for assaulting Elijah Odell a hawker of Gwydir Street on the 5th instant. There was a cross summons for assault. Mr Lyon appeared for Redfarn. Both cases were dismissed.
1898: CIP 30.12.1898: RUNAWAYS: A horse attached to a cart belonging to and driven by Mr Joseph Redfarn, butcher, Gwydir-street, was on Friday proceeding down Gwydir-street, when it took fright and ran into a wall, breaking one of the shafts. Fortunately Mr. Redfarn was not injured.
Joseph Redfarn, 48, butcher, b Cambridge
Emma, 51, b Cambridge
Kate Palmer, 17, bookkeeper, b Middlesex
Obed Page, 24, journeyman butcher, b Babraham
See 18 Mawson Road
Arthur Geoffrey Abbs, 39, butcher, b Chesterton
Alice Eliza, 38, b Melbourn
Geoffrey Frank, 4, b London
A G Abbs, butcher
Albert Edward Page jun., butcher
Ralph White-Robinson lived with his parents at this address in the 1950s. His parents worked for Simplex Dairy Equipment.
For more reminiscences see: https://www.theedkins.co.uk/jo/gwydir/house15.htm
Continental Delicatessen, shop
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