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160 Gwydir Street

History of 160 Gwydir Street


Willimot Taylor, head, 38, division officer excise Revenue, b Worcester

Laura, wife, 32, b Oxford

Eleanor, daughter, 10, scholar, b Wales

Lydia M, daughter, 8, scholar, b Salop

Herbert W, son, 7, scholar, b Wellington

Edward, son, 6, scholar, b Wellington

Howard, son, 5, scholar, b Salop

Elsie M, daughter, 4, scholar, b Salop


John Deeks, head, 57, police sergeant, b Cheveley

Sarah, wife, 55, b Cambs

Annie M, daughter, 32, dress maker, b Cambridge

Alfred J, son, 19, telegraphist, b Cambridge

William J, son, 17, letter carrier, b Cambridge

Edith M, daughter, 16, b Cambridge


John Deeks, 67, police sergeant,

Sarah, 65

Annie Maria, 42, dressmaker

Edith M, 26, music teacher


Sarah Deeks, 75, widow

Lavina, 54, b Cambs

Annie Marie, 52, dressmaker


Miss A M Deeks, dressmaker


Ellen L Salisbury, b 1881, charwoman,

Beatrice E, b 1908, shorthand typist,

Reginald C W, b 1910, insurance committee correspondence clerk

Ivy, b 1911, shorthand typist

Constance, b 1917, shorthand typist


Mrs Salisbury

Motherwell family

They had moved to 165 Gwydir Street by 1982


John Hopkins, composer


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