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164 Gwydir Street

History of 164 Gwydir Street


James Dickerson, head, 28, carpenter, b Cambridge

Martha, wife, 28, b Chester

George, son, 6, b Cambridge

Avery, daughter, 5, b Cambridge

Alva, daughter, 3, b Cambridge

Annie M, daughter, 2, b Cambridge

Charles, son, 3 mos, b Cambridge

Alice J Coppuck, visitor, 19, b Chester

Isaiah Childs, boarder, 28, railway porter, b Longstanton


Ellen R Petch, head, widow, 42, b Norfolk

Rose H, daughter, 14, dressmaker, b Cambridge

James Lofts, lodger, 24,  tailor, b Sawston

Amelia Brocklehurst, lodger, 74, living on her own means, b Monmouth


Peter Samuel Stevenson, tailor

Mary Catterall, housekeeper, b Cumberland

Annie, visitor, 15, housemaid, b Cumberland


Alfred Jackson, 51, foreman printer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Sarah, 52, b Essex

Alfred Gour Jackson, 24, Prudential Insurance Agent, b Cambridge

Algernon Horace, 17, tutor’s clerk, b Cambridge

FRank Arthur, 9, b Cambridge


Alfred Jackson, printer

Mrs Jackson ALCM piano teacher


Alfred Jackson, b 1860, letter press printer

Elizabeth R Docwra, b 1864, casual house worker


Mrs Thompson


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