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38 Gwydir Street

History of 38 Gwydir Street

1881:

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

Julia M, 34, b Suffolk

Richard, 13, b Suffolk

Stammers [?] H, b Suffolk

Westrop E, 10, b Suffolk

Leo Charles, 8, b Suffolk

Bertie G, 4, b Cambridge

Eva, 3, b Cambridge

unnamed boy, 1 mo, b Cambridge

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1891:

Bernard Webb

1901:

Bernard Webb

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1911:

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

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1913:

Mrs A Webb, greengrocer and newsagent

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1939:

Hilda P Bebee, b 1889, clerk statistics food producer

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1962:

Miss H Bebee

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