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Alexandra Arms, Gwydir Street

22 Gwydir Street, Alexandra Arms

History of 22 Gwydir Street

1871: Alexandra Arms

John Hanslip, 51, publican, b Norfolk

Mary, 46, b Norfolk

Alice, 12, b Norfolk

Caroline Hanslip, lodger, 47, former publican, b Norfolk

Walter Hanslip, lodger’s son, 19, moulder [?], b Cambridge

Caroline Hanslip, lodger’s daughter, 12, b Cambridge

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1881: Alexandra Arms (22)

Francis Forster, 30, licensed victualler, b Norfolk

Emma, 28, b Cambs

Beatrice, 3, b Cambridge

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1883: Josiah Clark (Kellys)

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1891:

James Cutmore

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1901: (20-22)

Alma Sanders

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1904: P F Erden

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1911: Alexandra Arms

Frederick Frampton, 42, publican, b Hants

Marion, 36, assisting in the business, b Scotland

George Frederick, 12, b Scotland

Mary Louisa, 14, b Scotland

Isabella May, 9, b Scotland

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1913:

Joseph A Shaw, publican

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1939:

William John Russell, b 1891, licensed victualler

Laurie W, b 1891

Edward J, b 1918, radio service engineer (part-time stretcher bearer)

Gordon W, b 1923

Eileen W, b 1920, secretary shorthand typist

Geoffrey J, b 1931

Brian L, b 1933

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1962: (24-22)

Alexandra Arms

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For more information see

http://www.theedkins.co.uk/jo/gwydir/alex.htm

 

 

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