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170 Gwydir Street

History of 170 Gwydir Street

1881:

Anne Austin, 46, widow,  b Durham

Gerald H, 23, undergraduate, b Durham

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1891:

Elizabeth F Cox, 62, living on own means, b Leics

Charlotte A Sutton, 50, living on own means, b Oxford

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1901:

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1911:

John Henry Greenhill, 48, cook, b Surrey

Mary Ann, 42, b Chesterton

Edward John, 18, electrical engineer, b Cambridge

Irene, 16, coat maker, b Cambridge

Grace Helen, 13, b Cambridge

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1913:

John Greenhill, GER Refreshment Department

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1939: empty

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1962:

Miss E Agus

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