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75 Gwydir Street

History of 75 Gwydir Street


Nathan Hunt, head, 32, railway engine foreman, b Cambs

Ruth, wife, 31, b Somersham

Harry, son, 3, b Cambridge

Frank J, son, 8 mos, b Cambridge


James Thompson, head, 44, carpenter, b Suffolk

Mary A, wife, 50, b Suffolk

Frederick W, son, 20, carpenter, b Suffolk

Herbert W, son, 18, carpenter’s apprentice, b Suffolk

James S, son, 15, clerk, b Cambridge

Jane, daughter, 13, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Ellen A, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge


James Thompson, 55, carpenter and joiner, b Suffolk

Mary A, 62, b Haverhill

Frederick W, 30, milk seller, b Haverhill

Jane, 23, housemaid, b Cambridge

Ellen A, 20, dressmaker, b Cambridge


James Thompson, 65, carpenter, b Essex

Mary Ann, 72, b Suffolk

Ellen Amelia, 30, dressmaker, b Cambridge


James Thompson, carpenter


John Gent


John Gent


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