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35 Gwydir Street

History of 35 Gwydir Street


Charles Butler, head, 28, fireman at rail station, b Chesterton

Eliza, wife, 33, b Hildersham

Robert, son, 8, scholar, b Suffolk

Albert E, son, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur F, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge


Thomas Paxman, head, widower, 58, railway gateman, born Cambridge

William, son, 6, scholar, born Cambridge

Annie Brown, 26, servant, born Cambridge


Frances Goymer

Henry H, 21, carpenter, b Cambridge

Carrie E, 19, dressmaker, b Peterborough

Ernest W, 17, grocer’s assistant, b Peterborough

William T Paxman, cousin, 16, bookbinders errand boy, b Cambridge


Frances Goymer, 55, widow, b Cambridge

William Paxman, cousin, 26, tobacconist’s porter, b Cambridge


Mrs F Gymer


William John Asplen


William Asplen


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