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168 Gwydir Street

History of 168 Gwydir Street


Florence E Stearn, head, unmarried, 22, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Walter James Stearn, brother, 17, photographer’s assistant, b Cambridge

Rupert, brother, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

Ralph, brother, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Warwick William, brother, 20, bookseller’s assistant, b Cambridge

Mary Ann J Hinsey, 19, servant, b Waterbeach


Elizabeth Patman, head, widow, 64, not known

Jane Palmer, lodger, 39, not known


Thomas Andrews, 53, linesman P O telegraph, b Devon

Martha, 42, b Cornwell

Florence, 19, tailoress, b Cambridge

Arthur, 16, telegraph messenger, b Cambridge

Percy, 14, telegraph messenger, b Cambridge

Leonard, 9, b Cambridge

Charles, 6, b Cambridge


Frederick John Lilley, 39, police sergeant, b Great Chesterford

Louisa, 38, b Essex

Ethel Mary Louise, 19, school teacher, b Cambridge

Maud Ada, 17, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Winifred Annie, 7, b Cambridge

Frederick John, 3, b Cambridge

Louisa Margaret, 1, b Cambridge


Frederick John Lilley, police sergeant


Julia M Lilley, b 1859

Elizabeth G, b 1893


Jean P Lilley, b 1929

Ernest J, b 1931


Bernard Symonds


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