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175 Gwydir Street, Leicester Cottage

History of 173 Gwydir Street


James Burton, head, 46, clerk [?], b Cambridge

Harriett, wife, 44, b Essex

Lydia Howe, servant, 18, b Foxton

Phoebe Sanderson, 18, servant, b West Wratting


William Beasley, head, 75, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Mary A, wife, 64, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, daughter, 44, traveller, b Cambridge

Henry, son 29, painter, b Cambridge

Mary A, daughter, 24, b Cambridge

Ellen S, daughter, 24, staymaker, b Cambridge

Arthur, son, 22, painter, b Cambridge

Mary Storey, visitor, 24, servant, b Middlesex


Lusher W Munns, telegraphist GPO

Sarah A E


Lusher Munns, 47, overseer telegraphs, b Newmarket

Sarah Ann Elizabeth, 52, b Suffolk


Lusher Munns, telegraphist


CIP 12.5.1916: Pte F J Munns of the Royal Highlanders, killed in action on April 27th. He was nephew of Mr L Munns.


Arthur W Twinn


Arthur W Twinn


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