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71 Gwydir Street

History of 71 Gwydir Street


Henry Squires, head, goods guard railways, 31, b Suffolk

Sarah, wife, 27, b Fen Drayton

Harry W, son, 4, b Cambridge

Joseph, son, 3, b Cambridge

Elizabeth J, daughter, 1, b Cambridge


Charles Shedd, 50,  railway fireman, b Cambridge

Naomi, wife, 47, b Hauxton


Albert Curtis, 28, railway fire lighter, b Cottenham

Maud, 28, b Chesterton

Doris, 4, b St Ives

1904 CIP 21.10.1904: Albert Curtis gave evidence in the case of Jarves Carey Manoch, loco superintendant, charged with assault of Joseph George Gardiner, an assistant bailiff of the court. Manoch was convicted on two counts, a total fine of £3 16s 6d.


John William Elliott, 38, car and wagon examiner, b Cambridge

Martha May Elliott, 27, b Suffolk


John William Elliot, GER servant


Leslie Isaacson


Walter J Philpot


Roy Hammens, photographer


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