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19 Gwydir Street wedding 1931

19 Gwydir Street

History of 19 Gwydir Street


CIP 5/12/1868:


George Clarke was charged with manslaughter.


George Clarke, head, 33, boot clicker

Mary Ann, wife, 26, b Leicester

Minnie F, daughter, 4, b Cambridge

George A, son, 2, b Cambridge

Mary L, daughter, 4 mos, b Cambridge

Swiathy Pateman, lodger, 21, bricklayer, b Bassingbourn


George Clarke, header, 43, boot and shoe clicker, b Warwicks.

Mary Ann, wife, 36, b Leicester

George A, son, 12, scholar, born Cambridge

Louisa May, daughter, 10, scholar, born Cambridge

Lillian M, daughter, 8, scholar, born Cambridge

John E, son, 6, scholar, born Cambridge

Arthur W, son, 4, scholar, born Cambridge

Harry C, son, 2, born Cambridge

Frank P M, son, 11 mos, born Cambridge


Mary A Clarke, widow, 46, monthly nurse, born Leicester

Lilian M, 18, born Cambridge

Arthur, 14, grocer’s tea packer, born Cambridge

Harry, 12, born Cambridge

Frank, 10, born Cambridge

Grace, 6, born Cambridge


Elizabeth Clarke


Lilian, 28, engine driver GER, born Cambridge

Harry, 22, carpenter and joiner,  born Cambridge

Frank, 20, butcher, born Cambridge

Grace, 16, dressmaker,  born Cambridge


Mrs Mary Ann Clarke

1915 CIP 7.5.1915: Sergt Harry Clark: wrote to his mother saying that he had been wounded (22.4.1915) and the little finger of his left hand smashed. He is now in hospital.

1916 Company Sergeant Major Harry Charles Clarke of B Coy Cambridgeshire Regiment was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for his actions at the Schwaben Redoubt on 14/10/1916.

1931 Kite Marks project:

The first pinpoint relates to 19 Gwydir Street which already contains information at Capturing Cambridge about the occupants at the time of the 1901 and 1911 Censuses. Two of them, my grandmother Grace Clark (nee Clarke) and my great grandmother Mary Clarke are featured in the attached photograph taken in the back garden of 19 Gwydir Street on Saturday 4th April 1931 (an Easter wedding) on the occasion of my grandmother’s marriage to my grandfather, Tom Clark. Mary Clarke is dressed in black to my grandmother’s left.


Miss L Clarke


Philip Lawrence


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