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Maurice Rayner, 68 Gwydir Street (CIP 15.12.1916)

68 Gwydir Street

History of 68 Gwydir Street


Ebenezer Impson, head, 49, iron and brass founder, b Norfolk

Lucy, wife, 50, b Norfolk

Benjamin, son, 22, iron and brass founder, b Norfolk

Lydia, daughter, 17, nurse, b Norfolk

Ebenezer, son, 11, scholar, b Norfolk

Ernest, son, 5, scholar, b Norfolk

Jabez Clarke, boarder, 20, locomotive engine cleaner, b Beds

Walter Charter, boarder, 17, locomotive engine cleaner, b Beds



Francis E Coleman, head, 32, bricklayer, b Wilts

Agnes, wife, 34, b Wilts

Hilda A, daughter, 6, scholar, b Surrey

Edward F, son, 3, b Cambridge

Beatrice E, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

Albert H, son, 8 mos, b Cambridge



Edmund Clark, 39, poulterer’s assistant, b Bourn

Annie E, 38, b Kingston

Louisa, 16, servant, b Cambridge

Bert E, 14, b Cambridge

Edith A, 10, b Cambridge

Grace A, 8, b Cambridge

Elijah Smith, father in law, 76, general dealer, b Kingston



Edmund Clark, 49, poulterers assistant, b Bourne

Anne Elizabeth Clark, 48, b Cambs



Edmund Clarke, porter


1916: CIP 15.12.1916: Rifleman Maurice A Rayner Civil Service Rifles (London Regiment) husband of Mrs Rayner of 68 Gwydir Street and son of Mr and Mrs Rayner of Romsey Road, died from wounds received October 26th 1916.



Alice M Norden, b 1884




Mrs Norden


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