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46 Gwydir Street

History of 46 Gwydir Street

1881:

Charles Gault, head, 44, railway servant, b Cambs

Sarah, wife, 50, b Cambridge

Louisa, daughter, 23, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Adelaide, daughter, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Alice, daughter, 16, dressmaker, b Cambridge

David Smith, lodger, 86, b Suffolk

Alice Smith, wife, lodger, 80, b Cambs


1891:

William Wesson, head, 48, brewer, b Cambridge

Harriet, wife, 46, b Cambridge

Robert H, son, 19, millwright apprentice, b Cambridge

Harriett, daughter, 17, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Charles, son, 16, apprentice, b Cambridge

Pheobe, daughter, 14, b Cambridge

George E, son, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Purser J, son, 10, scholar, b Cambridge


1899: CDN 9.2.1899: Miss Patty Wesson of 46 Gwydir Street, manageress of the 6 1/2d Bazaar in Petty Cury, said the prisoner was employed by her as an errand boy. He was William John Plummer (15) of 1 York Terrace, Riverside. He was found guilty of theft and sentenced to 1 month in prison.


1901:

Harriett Wesson, 56, b Cambridge

Harriett, 27, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Charles, 26, carriage builder, b Cambridge

George, 22, carpenter, b Cambridge

Peerson, 20, painter, b Cambridge


1911:

Harriett Wesson, 66, widow, b Cambridge

Harriett Wesson, daughter, 27, dressmaker, b Cambridge


1913:

Mrs Harriett Wesson


1939:

Edward Osborn, b 1896, construction and floors foreman

Ellen, b 1902

Joan, b 1927

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Michael E, b 1936

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Elizabeth, b 1905, housewife

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1962:

Mrs E Osborn

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