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65 Gwydir Street

History of 65 Gwydir Street


CIP 5.2.1870: A man named Haggar in the employ of the Great Eastern Railway Company was charged with stealing two savoy cabbages from the garden of Mr Dunn in Gwydir Street. Defendant admitted the fact and after a severe reprimand from the Chairman, he was fined 20s and costs, or 14 days hard labour.


William Dunn, head, 43, waiter, b Whittlesford

Elizabeth M, wife, 24, b Cambs

William, son, 23, cabinet maker, b Cherry Hinton

John, son, 17, errand boy, b Cambridge

Arthur R, son, 15, printer and compositor, b Cambridge

George A, son, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Elizabeth M, daughter, 3, b Cambridge

Florence, daughter, 1,  b Cambridge

Rowland C F, son, 10 wks, b Cambridge


Sarah Fenton, head, single, 50, general shop keeper, b Waterbeach

Jemima S Carr, lodger, widow, 74, living on own means, b London

Sarah moves to 67 Ainsworth Street.


Florence Herbert, 33, tailoress, b Worcester

Richard Ellis, lodger, 46, tailor, b Yorks, lost use of both legs

Olive Ellis, lodger, b Cambridge

Russell Ellis, 9, b Cambridge


CIP 26.10.1906: Eleanor Hogg of 65 Gwydir Street was summoned for travelling without a ticket on GER. Fine 4s 7 1/2d and 10s costs.


James Adam Hogg [?Hoff], 44, labourer, b Suffolk

Helena, 43, b Manchester


James Hogg, butcher


George Payton


Albert Overhill



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