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61 Gwydir Street

History of 61 Gwydir Street

1871: unnumbered

James Gray, 28, hostler, b Northants

Eliza, 26, b Linton

Harry M, 2, b Cambridge

Frank Staples, boarder, 19, railway clerk, b Surrey


1881:

Edward Wright, head, 30, railway fireman, b Cambridge

Sarah, wife, 30, b Suffolk

Ruth, daughter, 2, b Cambridge


1889: CDN 17.12.1889Sudden Death of an Infant.—An inquest was held this afternoon, at the Arms, Gwydir-street, before Mr. Henry Gotobed, touching the death of Grace Emily Clark, aged eight months, daughter of Edward Clark, poulterer, of 61, Gwydir-street. The evidence given at the inquest showed that the child had a cold, and was subject to “wheezing,” but had not been so ill as to cause any serious apprehension. On Sunday morning, however, when the mother awoke, she found the child dead by her side.—Mr. Apthorp, surgeon, who made a postmortem examination, was of opinion that the cause of death was bronchial complaints. A verdict accordingly was returned.


1891:

Edmund Clark, head, 29, poulterer’s assistant, b Bourn

Annie E, wife, 28, b Kingston

Louisa, daughter, 6, b Cambridge

Bertie E, son, 4, b Cambridge

Edith A, daughter, 7 mos, b Cambridge


1899:

The following is illegible on the BNA. This text is generated by the OCR.

CIP 13.1.1899: OBSTRUCTION, J Charles Brown, oil and colour merchant, 61, Gwydir-street, was summoned for obstructing Gwydir-street on December 23rd—Mr. H.C Squires defended, and pleaded not guilty.— Joseph Redfarn, jun., butcher. 10, Mill-street, said on December 23rd he was in Gwydir-street, walking, about 11-50 am., near Mr. Brown’s shop, and noticed a row of pails and footbaths standing in the gutter and on the road. About an hour afterwards he again passed the shop in a cart and saw the pails and footbaths in the same position. The horse shied at the articles and fell down, breaking the shafts of the cart.


1901:

Robert H Fuller, 25, operative plumber, b London

Lilian, 27, b London


1911:

Harry Mansfield, 35, waiter college, b Chesterton

Agnes, 38, b Suffolk

Doris Winifred, 7, b Cambridge

Stanley Charles, 6, b Cambridge

Wilfred, 3, b Cambridge

Mabel Olive, 1, b Cambridge


1913:

Harry Mansfield, painter


1962:

John Guyton


1970:

James Horsley

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