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44 Gwydir Street, Star Cottage

History of 44 Gwydir Street


Charles J Boyle, 28, telegraph clerk, b Norfolk

Martha, 28, b Norfolk

Frederick E, 5, b Sussex

Ernest J, 4, b Essex

Arthur J, 2, b Essex

Mary A Watson, mother in law, widow, 53, tailoress, b Norfolk

James Watson. lodger, 30, railway servant cleaner, b Norfolk

Frances Watson, wife, 24, b Norfolk

Edith Watson, daughter, 2, b Norfolk

1881 Star Cottage

James Fuller, head, 38, GER rail engine driver, b Herts

Priscilla, wife, 37, machinist, b Cambridge

Frederick, son, 13, scholar, b Cambridge

Alfred, son, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Edith M, daughter, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Albert V, son, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Ethel E, daughter, 2 mos, b Cambridge

[Gault family were living at 46, not 44]


James Fuller, head, 47, engine driver GER, b Herts

Priscilla, wife, 46, b Cambridge

Frederick, son, 23, musician, b Cambridge

Albert Victor, son, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Edith M, 19, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Ethel E, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Sidney P, son, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Daisy P, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, son, 4, scholar, b Cambridge


James Fuller, 58, railway engine driver, b Essex

Priscilla, 57, b Cambridge

Frederick, 33, b Cambridge

Edith M, 29, b Cambridge

Albert V, 24, clerk, b Cambridge

Ethel E, 20, needleworker, b Cambridge

Sydney P, 16, drapers apprentice, b Cambridge

Daisy P, 16, assistant fancy shop, b Cambridge

Edmund A, 14, b Cambridge


Frederick Denston, 58, carpenter builder, b Little Downham

Amelia, 60, b Cambridge

Frederick, 29, motor bus cleaner driver, b Little Downham

Bernard, 24, tailor, b Cambridge

Arthur, 22, hawker’s assistant, b Cambridge

Louisa, 17, b Cambridge


Frederick Denston, carpenter



Louisa Allen, b 1894, housewife

Ronald S Allen, b 1922, lab asst university (St John’s Ambulance Brigade)

Dorothy, b 1932

Elmer A Denston, b 1850, incapacitated


Sidney James Allen


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