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63 Gwydir Street

History of 63 Gwydir Street

1871 unnumbered

James Leggett, 41. plasterer, b Surrey

Charlotte, 41, b Bottisham

Florence, 5mos, b Cambridge

Walter Moore, step son in law, 17, apprentice to general printing, b Cambridge

Mary E, 13, b Cambridge


John F Spilman, head, 37, boot and shoe maker, b Cambridge

Rebecca, wife, 27, b Cambridge

Clara E, daughter,5, b Cambridge

Francis B, daughter, 3m, b Cambridge

Amelia A Dawney, 20, servant, b Cambridge


Alfred W Clark, 27, railway fireman, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 33, b Hull

Alfred, 1, b Cambridge

Frances, 1, b Cambridge

1901 (63)

Martin Saunders, 46, railway platelayer, b Bottisham

Agnes, 46, b Bottisham

Birdie, 18, packer on jam factory, b Bottisham

Albert, 12, b Bottisham

Harold, 6, b Bottisham

Maud Shipp, 18, niece, housemaid, b Bottisham

1911 not listed


Frederick Moule, fitter’s labourer


Sidney Phillips


Sidney Phillips


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