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173 Gwydir Street

History of 173 Gwydir Street


Frederick Plumb, head, 31, porter, b Brinkley

Lucy, wife, 31, b Bottisham

Annie, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Nellie, daughter, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Herbert, son, 2, b Cambridge

Dennis Metcalfe, boarder, 19, clerk, b Swavesey


Frederick H Plumb, head, 41, railway porter, b Brinkley

Lucy, wife, 41, b Bottisham

Annie L, daughter, 17, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Nellie E, daughter, 14, teacher at school, b Cambridge

Herbert L, son, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

Alice L, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Hattie, adopted, 8, scholar, unknown

John F Clark, boarder, 25, hair dresser, b Huntingdon


Frederick H Plumb, 51, railway porter, b Brinkley

Lucy, 51, b Bottisham

Annie, 27, dress fitter, b Cambridge

Alice, 17, milliner, b Cambridge

Charles Muggleton, brother in law, labourer, b Fen Ditton


Frederick Hammond Plumb, 61, railway porter, b Brinkley

Lucy, 61, b Bottisham

Alice, 27, b milliner, b Cambridge


Fred Plumb, railway servant GER


Angelo Calpi

1970 vacant


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