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82 Gwydir Street

History of 82 Gwydir Street


Henry R Smith, head, 34, compositor, b Cambridge

Harriett E, wife, 34, b London

William H, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Harry, son, 3, b Cambridge


Henry R Smith, head, 45, printer, b Cambridge

Harriett E, wife, 45, b London

Harry, son, 13, scholar, b Cambridge

Laura, daughter, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Clara E, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Frank, son, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Jane, daughter, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary A, mother, widow, 75, b Norwich

1901 ‘absent since August’


Martin Sanders, 60, platelayer GER, b Lode

Agnes, 56, b Lode

Edgar, 30, house painter, b Lode

Birdis, 28, dressmaker, b Lode

Harold, 16, reading boy University Press, b Cambridge

L/Cpl Harold Charles Saunders, Cambridgeshire Regiment, was awarded the Military Medal for action on 26/9/1917. He was taken prisoner in March 1918 but repatriated in December.


Martin Sanders, GER platelayer


Ernest W Saunders, b 1909, bricklayer

Jessi Helen Saunders, b 1900


Charles B Knowles, b 1907, painter and decorator


Ernest W Saunders


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