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Gothic Terrace, Gwydir Street

190 Gwydir Street, Gothic Terrace

History of 190 Gwydir Street

1881:

Joseph Wallis, 44, waiter, b Cambridge

Ellen, 37, b Essex

John, 16, compositor,  b London

Edith M, 9, b Cambridge

Frederick C, 6, b Cambridge

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1891:

Thomas Cockburn, 38, railway guard, b London

Mary A, 27, b Yorkshire

Margaret, 2, b Cambridge

Ethel M, 11 mos, b Cambridge

Mary Stevenson, mother, 62, b Yorks

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1901:

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1911:

Frederick Lander, 49, cement miller, b Grantchester

Sarah Maria, 51, b Castle Camps

Lois Hall Lander, 20, clerk correspondence, b Grantchester

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1913:

Frederick Lander, cement employee

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1939:

Sidney Childerley, b 1887, brewer’s driver

Ethel K, b 1891

Kenneth G, b 1921, furnishing salesman

Arthur E W Melbourne, b 1909, college clerk

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1962: –

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