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174 Gwydir Street

History of 174 Gwydir Street


Richard Cave, 60, leather cutter, b Northants

Sarah, 56, b Northants



John E Doughty, 57, waiter, b Cambridge

Sarah, 52, b Cambridge

Anne, 33, mantle maker, b Chesterton

Agnes, 28, b Chesterton

Harry W, 26, clerk, b Chesterton

Alfred J, 16, b Chesterton

Nellie K, 14, b Chesterton

Florence M, 11, b Chesterton

Grace A, 7, b Cambridge



William Betts, 50, carpenter and joiner, b Suffolk

Mary, 45, b Berks

Lilian May, 22, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Ernest, 20, grocer’s assistant, b Cambridge

Jessie, 16, draper’s assistant, b Cambridge

Leonard, 13, b Cambridge

Hubert, 18, Reginald, 11, b Cambridge



Emma Cook, wife, 51, b Cambs

Frederick Cook, stepson, 20, house painter, b Cambs

Susan Heffer, sister, 66, retired, b Reach



Alfred Cook, gardener



William J Wells, b 1883, boot repairer (Air Raid Warden)

Fanny A, b 1880

Kathleen A Wells, b 1917, shorthand typist (ARP teleprinter)



Henry G Smith


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