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60 Gwydir Street

History of 60 Gwydir Street

1881:

Thomas Betts, head, 27, carpenter and joiner, b Suffolk

Emma, wife, 26,  b Haverhill

Albert, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, son, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

William, son, 1 mo, b Cambridge


1891:

George Foulger, head, 25, carriage builder, b Ipswich

Caroline, wife, 24, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

George, son, 1 mos, b Cambridge


1901:

Arthur Scott, 27, post office telegraph wireman, b Cambridge

Kate, 26, b Chesterton


1904: Stephen Tingey


1911:

Charles Finbow, 24, carter coal wharf, b Suffolk

Mary Ann Elizabeth, 25, b Cambridge

Susie Mary Frances, 1, b Cambridge


1913:

Mrs Rolfe


1915: CIP 29.1.1915: Roll of Honour: Harry Archdale Stott (25) 60 Gwydir Street. Enlisted in Kitchener’s Army.


1939:

Charles Peck, b 1881, store driver

Esther, 1884

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David M Warren, b 1938


1940s:

The Dethridge family were evacuated to no. 60 at some point.

For more information and picture see:

http://www.theedkins.co.uk/jo/gwydir/house60.htm


1962:

Benito Maio

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