1881: Templar Villa
Henry Wilson, 41, tailor foreman, b Herts
Elizabeth, 43, b Royston
Ernest, 15, tailor apprentice, b Herts
Leonard, 12, b Herts
Ada, 10, b Cambridge
Lilley, 6, b Cambridge
Harry J, 1, b Cambridge
Henry Wilson, head, 51, tailor, b Herts
Elizabeth, wife, 36, b St Ives
Lily, daughter, 16, b Cambridge
Oliver, son, 11, scholar, b Cambridge
Robert, son, 1, b Cambridge
1893: CIP 23.6.1893
Arthur Johnson (13) an errand boy of 182 Gwydir Street was charged on remand with feloniously breaking and entering the New Street School on June 19th with intent to commit felony. The Magistrates dismissed the case.
Tom Vinsen, 52, clerk, b St Neots
Sarah, 50, b Yorks
Henry, 19, bootmaker, b India
Archibald, 17, clerk, b India
Rose, 14, b Cambridge
Lily, 12, b Cambridge
Walter, 10, b Cambridge
Victor, 8, b Cambridge
1911: see 178 Gwydir for possible census ennumerator error
John Green, taxidermist
Arthur Dewsbury, b 1885, travelling draper
Edith, b 1886
Gwendoline R Dewsbury, b 1912, Nurse S R N nursing home
Peggy Dewsbury, b 1918, shorthand typist and bookkeeper
Miss G R Dewsbury, SRN Nurse
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