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66 Gwydir Street

History of 66 Gwydir Street

1881:

Priscilla Lambert, head, 62, widow, housekeeper, b Norfolk

William F, son, 24, carpenter and joiner, b Norfolk

Ernest A, son, 21, stonemason, b Norfolk


1891:

Henry A Chapman, head, 22, house painter, b Cambridge

Emma, wife, 23, b London

Maud, daughter, 3, b Cambridge

[Henry Chapman later lived at 129 Hemingford Road]


1901:

William A Parker, 25, police constable, b Histon

Elizabeth A, 23, b Cambridge

Horace A, 6 mos, b Cambridge


1911:

Robert S Watts, 55, carman, b Cambridge

Harriett A, 50, b Cambridge

Lillian M, 24, tailoress, b Cambridge

Arthur L, 21, tailor, b Cambridge

Hilda M, granddaughter, 7 mos, b Cambridge


1913:

Robert S Watts, carman


1939:

Charles Sanderson, b 1890, passenger guard

Gertrude, b 1889

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Sarah Burrows, b 1859, OAP


1962:

Charles Sanderson

 

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