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64 Gwydir Street

64 Gwydir Street

History of 64 Gwydir Street

1881 (62 & 64)

Herbert John Watson, grocer

See 62 Gwydir Street

1889 CDN 14.11.1889

Advert from Cambridge Daily News 14.11.1889


Alfred S Phillips

1892 Alfred Mathold (Kellys)

1901 (see 62 / 64)

On the 5th September 1902 the Cambridge Daily News reported on how Cambridge celebrated the Coronation of King Edward VII.  In particular they described the “Old People’s Tent”, which contained “a large number of people who were present at the Cambridge festivites on the occasion of the late Queen’s Coronation”.  The article then went on to list the names, ages and addresses of the old people who were present.  This list includes “Mr. Samuel Stevenson, 64 Gwydir Street (72)”.

1904 Charles Brown (Spaldings)


Charles Brown, 50, oil and color man, b Cambridge

Clara, 40, b Colchester

William, 14, porter in oil and color shop, b Cambridge


C Brown and sons, oil and hardware merchants

1916 CDN 22.12.1916: Mr R C Brown oil and hardware and Italian warehouseman, 64, Gwydir Street, applied for exemption of Charles Christopher Brown, married, two children of Market Street Fordham, his manager on the ground of indispensability. The man also applied on his own behalf on the ground s of national importance and domestic hardship. exemption on both claims was refused.

1939 ?



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