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25 Gwydir Street

History of 25 Gwydir Street


Ephriam [sic] Oakman, head, 35, malster, b Foxton

Elizabeth, wife, 29, b Harston

James, son, 9, b Harston

Kate, daughter, 6, scholar, b Harston

Henry, son, 3, b Cambridge

Alice, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

James Grant, cousin, 9, scholar, b Harlingfield [?Haslingfield}


Sarah Bullis, head, widow, 47, born Cambridge

Robert, son, 25, plasterer, b London

Harry, son, 15, plasterer’s apprentice, born Cambridge


Zaccheus Peel, 55, bricklayer’s labourer, b Willingham

Caroline, 52, b Cambridge

George E, 27, picture packer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 22, servant, b Cambridge

Charlotte E, 16, servant, b Cambridge

Arthur H, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Albert, 13, errand boy, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Peel gave evidence as reported in the CIP 18.4.1902 in the case of Alexander McClellan Frew of 4 Mill Road, summoned by his wife for persistant cruelty.


Arthur Male Lee, 48, law clerk, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 52, b Cambridge

Horace Arthur Male, 19, grocers assistant, b Cambridge

Claude George John, 18, grocer’s assistant, b Cambridge


David Leach, hosier’s assistant


Kenneth Featherstone

1970 not listed


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