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15 Gwydir Street

History of 15 Gwydir Street

1881: Butcher’s shop

Walter Cross, 35, butcher, b Broughton

Georgeanna, 31, b Hunts

Arthur W, 3, b Cambridge

Rosa F, 1, b Cambridge

Agnes, sister, 30, b Broughton

Annie Taylor, sister in law, 21, attendant on the insane, b Hunts

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1891:

Joseph Redfarn, butcher, b Cambridge

Emma

Alice, 19, b Cambridge

Joseph, 16, butcher’s assistant, b Cambridge

Frederick, 14, b Cambridge

Kate Palmer, niece, 7, b London

Albert Page, 18, apprentice butcher, b West Wickham

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1901:

Joseph Redfarn, 48, butcher, b  Cambridge

Emma, 51, b Cambridge

Kate Palmer, 17, bookkeeper, b Middlesex

Obed Page, 24, journeyman butcher, b Babraham

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1911:

Arthur Geoffrey Abbs, 39, butcher, b Chesterton

Alice Eliza, 38, b Melbourn

Geoffrey Frank, 4, b London

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1913:

A G Abbs, butcher

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1937:

Albert Edward Page jun., butcher

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Ralph White-Robinson lived with his parents at this address in the 1950s. His parents worked for Simplex Dairy Equipment.

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1962: vacant

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1970:

Continental Delicatessen, shop

 

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