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172 Gwydir Street

History of 172 Gwydir Street


John Hammond, head, 39, Primitive Methodist minister, b Norfolk

Matilda, wife, 40, b Suffolk

John, son, 9, scholar, b Norfolk

Ellen E, daughter, 7, scholar, b Norfolk

Eva, daughter, 4, scholar, b Kent

Albert, son, 2, b Middlesex


Frank W Adams, head, 31, clothiers assistant, b Kent

Eva, wife, 33, b Cambridge

Edith E, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence E, daughter, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Frank, son, 3, b Cambridge

Hilda, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

Ada Pamment, 14, servant, b Cambridge

1893 CIP 13.10.1893

Cambridge Independent Press 13.10.1893

1900 CDN 1.6.1900: Funeral of an Ex-Police Sergeant. Report of funeral of Walter Goddard of 172 Gwydir Street. Interred at Mill Road Cemetery.


Sophia Goddard, 40, b Norfolk

Walker, 14, tailor, b Cambridge

Ruth, 10, b Cambridge

Claude, 6, b Cambridge


Frederick Swain, 23, insurance agent, b Sussex

Elizabeth, 23, b Cambridge

Walter, 5 mos, b Cambridge

Sarah Dickinson, boarder, 63, retired housekeeper, b Stetchworth


Sophia Goddard, 51, widow, b Cambs

Claud, 16, junior clerk grocers, b Cambridge


Mrs Marshall Goddard, nurse


Herbert A F Allen, b 1884, joiner cabinet maker

Emily E K Allen, b 1877

Herbert S, b 1906, painter and decorator (ARP night messenger)

Frederick G, b 1913, grocer shop assistant


Doris G Pyke, b 1911



Herbert S Allen


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