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156 Gwydir Street, Thorpe

History of 156 Gwydir Street

1881:

George Watkins, 50, coal merchant, b Suffolk

Sarah, 57, b Essex

Jane, 19, dressmaker, b Herts

George, 18, clerk, b Cambridge

Charles, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Wilson, sister in law, annuitant, b Essex

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1891:

George Watkins, coal merchant

Sarah

Jane, dressmaker

George, fitters labourer

William Frost, lodger, 20, clerk

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1901:

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1911:

Sidney Charles Calcott, 37, philosophical instrument maker, b Cambridge

Phoebe Helen, 34, b Cambridge

Elsie, 11, b Cambridge

Stanley, 5, b Cambridge

Emily, mother, widow, 75, b Suffolk

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1913:

William Green, traveller

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1939:

Thomas Axam, b 1874, insurance agent

Florence, b 1874

Frank, b 1906, electro medical apparatus (First Aid Stretcher bearer)

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1962:

Dennis Smith

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