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62 / 64 Gwydir Street

History of 62 Gwydir Street

1881: (62 & 64)

Herbert J Watson, 37, grocer and provisioner 3 hands, b Cambridge

Louise C, 38, b Cambridge

Arthur W, 11, b Over

Sidney H, 6, b Cambridge

Florence L, 2, b Cambridge

Herbert P, 9 mos, b Cambridge

Edward W Tebbit, 24, grocer’s assistant, b Burwell

Samuel Tebbit, 20, grocer’s assistant, b Bourne

Charles Rayment, 17, grocer’s assistant, b Madingley

Eliza J Pink, 14, nursemaid, b Longstanton

Adelaide Simmons, 15, servant,  b Teversham



James R Bennett


1901: (62 & 64)

Charles Brown, 46, hardware merchant, b Surrey

Clara, 40, b Cambridge

Eliza 20, assistant to her father, b essex

Robert, 18, assistant, b Essex

Crissie, 13, assistant, b Essex

Willie, 6, b Cambridge

William, brother, 30, assistant to Charles Brown, b Cambridge

Maria, mother, 72, b London


1904: Charles Brown



Frank Morrison, 39, butcher, b Worthing

Gertrude, 39,b Hull

Reggie, 18, butcher, b King’s Lynn

Percy, 15, b London

Evelyn, 9, b Swanage

William Lenman, lodger, 19, fish merchant, b Cambridge

Crissee [Clarissa] Lenman, lodger, 19, wife, b Cambridge



Charles Brown


1939: ?



A A Whitehead, fruit merchants


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