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178 Gwydir Street

History of 178 Gwydir Street


James Mony, head, 55, engine driver, b Northumberland

Ann, wife, 55, b Cambridge

Julia L, daughter, 21, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Samuel E, son, 19, shopman, b Cambridge

Selina, daughter, 17, shopwoman, b Cambridge

Ellen, daughter, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Morris James Duncombe, grandson, 2, b Chester


Henry G Corder, head, 30, railway guard, b Essex

Sarah, wife, 30, b Cambridge

Jane Marshall, lodger, 60, cook, b Cambridge

1898CIP 11.11.1898. Henry George Horner [sic] of 178 Gwydir Street granted certificate of exemption from vaccination for Mabel Victoria born 18th October 1897. Half fee charged.


Henry G Corder, 40, railway guard, b Essex

Sarah, 40, b Cambridge

Mabel V, 3, b Cambridge

Mary A Rumbelow, sister in law, 33, dress and mantle maker, b Cambridge

1911 Templar Villa, not numbered, listed in between 176 and 180 but could be census ennumerator error: see 182 Gwydir

George Secker, 31, outfitter’s salesman, b Norfolk

Mary Ann, 31, b Norfolk

Emma, 65, mother, monthly nurse, b London

Cyril, 1, b Norwich


Charles S Biggs, foreman mason


John W Elliot, b 1872, railway car and wagon examiner

Martha M, b 1883, incapacitated


Henry James Pratt


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