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150 Gwydir Street

History of 150 Gwydir Street


Henry Mason, head, 34, joiner, b Reach

Marion, wife, 33, b Wells

Sarah, mother, widow, 64, b Reach


Rachel Lyon, head, widow, 46, b Suffolk

William C, son, widower, 29, tailor, b Suffolk

Alfred A, son, 25, iron moulder, b Suffolk

Arthur G, son, 21, bicycle maker, b Cambridge

Clara B, granddaughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Horace C, grandson, 3, b Cambridge


Clementine Levett, 57, b Cambridge

Matilda, sister, 69, b Cambridge, cripple from children

1905 CIP 14.7.1905: Arthur Harding of 150 Gwydir Street postman was a witness in a case against Thomas Wood, cab proprietor, of Norfolk Street, for reckless driving of a hackney carriage. Cabman was found guilty and fined 10s.


Arthur Harding, 44, postman, b Swaffham Bulbeck

Agnes, 47, b Cambridge

Claude Arthur Gilbey, 19, law clerk, b Cambridge

Conrad Reville, 17, law clerk,  b Cambridge

Winifred Agnes, 14, dressmaker apprentice, b Cambridge

Gladys Effie, 5, b Cambridge


Arthur Harding, town postman

1916 CIP 10.11.1916: Temporary exemptions: A letter was read from Mr G S Todd Clerk to the Borough Justice applying on behalf of one of his clerks Claude Arthur Gilby Harding (24) single assistant clerk 150 Gwydir Street who, it was stated, was now discharging the duties of assistant clerk to the Borough Justices owing to the illness of Mr George Powter chief Assistant clerk. ….. exemption given until 11th January but they thought it would be wise for someone else to be trained in the meantime to take the place…


William G J Hall, b 1914, wholesale grocery warehouseman

Norah F, b 1914


William J G Hall


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