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171 Gwydir Street

History of 171 Gwydir Street

1881:

William Newell, head, 37, railway engine driver

Elizabeth, wife, 36, b Perry

George William, son, 14, clerk, b Godmanchester

Mary C E, daughter, 9, scholar, b Godmanchester

William Fox, lodger, 38, railway guard, b Leics

Thomas Hornbuckle, lodger, 36, railway guard, b Melton Mowbray

Edmund Clark, lodger, 19, railway porter, b Bourn

……….

1891:

William Newell, head, 47, railway engine driver, b Godmanchester

Elizabeth, wife, 46, b Perry

May C E, daughter, 19, milliner, b Godmanchester

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1901:

Elizabeth Newell, 56, b Perry

Wilfred Y Nunn, 20, carpenter’s joiner, b Suffolk

James H Spriggs, railway worker, b Northants

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1911:

Elizabeth Newell, 66, b Perry

Mary Ann Southwell, 73, boarder, b Chesterton

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1913:

Mrs Newell

1962:

Gordon Wilson

1970:

Gordon Wilson

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