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38 Gwydir Street

History of 38 Gwydir Street


David Pettit, head, 34, carpenter employing 2 men, b Suffolk

Julia M, wife, 34, b Suffolk

Richard, son, 13, scholar, b Suffolk

Stammers [?] H, son, 11, scholar, b Suffolk

Westrop E, son, 10, scholar, b Suffolk

Leo Charles, son, 8, scholar, b Suffolk

Bertie G, son, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Eva, daughter, 3, b Cambridge

unnamed infant, son, 1 mo, b Cambridge


CIP 22.11.1884: Alleged Assault, Ambrose leech, 38, Gwydir Street, Cambridge, was summoned by G F A Mills, builder, for assaulting him. A cross summons was issued against the complainant by the defendant. Several witnesses were called on both sides, but the evidence was so conflicting that the Bench decided to dismiss both summonses.


Bernard Webb, head, 45, tinplate worker

Amelia L, wife, 47, b Sussex

Louisa A, daughter, 16, b Sussex

George H Dark, nephew, 16, smith’s apprentice, b London

Rose M Webb, niece, 14, b London

Amelia M Dark, niece, 4, b London

CIP 29.3.1895: Miss Webb gave evidence for the assault of Henry Thomas Philips of 14 Norfolk Street by Thomas Doncaster of Adam and Eve Row, on 22.3.1895.


Bernard Webb, 53, ???? agent, b Sussex

Amelia L, 51, b Sussex

Eliza A Jarvis, servant, b Cambridge

George H Whiffin, 41, locomotive engine driver, b Cambridge


Amelia Louisa Webb, widow, 61, newsagent, b Sussex

Clara Flood, assistant, 22, b Cambridge

Violet Cicely Webb, 9, adopted daughter, b Middlesex

Eileen Marguerite Porter, nurse child, 5 months, b Chesterton

Rebecca Phillips, lodger, 80, b Newnham


Mrs A Webb, greengrocer and newsagent

1915 CIP 20.8.1915: Roll of Honour: Herbert Arthur Tyrrell, 38 Gwydir Street. Enlisted in the 3rd / 1st Cambs.


Hilda P Bebee, b 1889, clerk statistics food producer


Miss H Bebee


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