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80 Gwydir Street

History of 80 Gwydir Street

1871 unnumbered

Edward Morrell, 30,


Edward, 9, b Willingham

George F, 7,

Alice B, 4,


Edward Morrell, head,  40, railway guard, b Essex

Alice, wife, 41, b Wilbraham

George F, son, 16, railway servant,  b Hunts

Alice E, daughter, 14, dressmaker, b Hunts

Ester E, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge


Thomas Andrews, head, 43, telegraph linesman, b Devon

Martha, wife, 34, b Cornwall

Frederick, son, 13, mechanic’s assistant telegraph, b Cornwall

Sydney B, son, 11, scholar, b Cornwall

Florence M, daughter, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur T, son, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Percy E, son, 4, scholar, b Cambridge


Susan Smith, 60, b Northants

Herbert, 28, railway fireman, b Cambridge

Albert, 25, joiner carpenter, b Cambridge

Arthur, 22, painter, b Cambridge


Herbert James Smith, 38, GER railway engine driver, b Cambridge

Emma Elizabeth, 38, b Cambridge

Alice Heather, 6, b Cambridge


H J Smith, engine driver G E R


Herbert J Smith, b 1872, engine driver retired

Emma E, b 1872


Herbert James Smith


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