John Clarke, head, 64, coach maker, b Suffolk
Susan, wife, 57, b Litlington
Arthur, son, 16, telegraph messenger, b Cambridge
William, son, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge
The family had previously lived in Adam and Eve Row.[Not no. 72 in 1851 as noted elsewhere]
1890: 10.3.1890 death of John Clarke, aged 73. (CC&J 14.3.1890)
Arthur Cook, head, 45, greengrocer, b Suffolk
Mahala, wife, 43, b Suffolk
Maria, daughter, 22, b Suffolk
Julia, daughter, 19, hat sewer, b Suffolk
Ellen, daughter, 15, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Arthur, son, 13, errand boy, b Cambridge
Emma Elizabeth, daughter, 12, scholar, b Cambridge
Herbert William, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge
Louisa Pepper, lodger, 37, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Elliott Lyon, head, 38, carpenter, b Elsworth
Elizabeth, wife, 39, b Newmarket
Alfred, son, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge
Harry, son, 12, scholar, b Cambridge
Ernest, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge
Frederick, son, 3, b Cambridge
Beatrice, daughter, 1, b Cambridge
James Hartley, 39, fishmonger, b Suffolk
Christina, 25, b Hants
Elsie M, 2, b Beds
Eddie, 1 mos, b Cambridge
Emma Beaumont, sister in law, 23, b Exeter
Frederick W Shadbolt, 29, printer and compositor, b Cambridge
Winifred, 6, b Cambridge
Elsie, 4, b Cambridge
Sarah A, sister, 34, b Cambridge
1908: CIP 29.5.1908: Fire in Gwydir Street. Outbreak of fire at number 17. Mr D Legge occupied ground floor and Mrs Sainty the upper rooms. Fire started in Mrs Sainty’s bedroom where the bedding and window frames were on fire. Damage of £10, uninsured.
William Thomas Leavens, 27, shoe smith, b Cambridge
Rose Hannah, 27, b Cambridge
William Thomas, 4, b Cambridge
Arthur Sidney, 1, b Cambridge
George Pledger Benstead, 41, domestic gardener, b Fen Ditton
Alice, 60, b London
Henry Robert, 30, b Cambridge
(17a) George Pledger Benstead
(17) Dennis Legge, fried fish dealer
George Newstead, brewer’s labourer
CIP 3.11.1916: Ernest George Sharpe (31), married of 17a Gwydir Street compositor in the employ of Messrs Fabb and Tyler, applied for exemption on the grounds of ill-health. Applicant had been passed for general service and no exemption was granted.
Leslie Langdon, fried fish shop
(17a) Mrs Larter
(17) Leslie Langdon
(17) Leslie Langdon
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