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84 Gwydir Street

History of 84 Gwydir Street


Walter Charter, 36, carpenter, b Steeple Morden

Elizabeth, 33, b Swavesey

Walter T, 9, b Cambridge

Lizzie A, 7, b Cambridge

Charles H, 5, b Cambridge

Thomas, 3, b Cambridge

George W, 1, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Theobalds, cousin, 23, dressmaker, b Steeple Morden



Susan Smith




George Earl, 41, builders machinist, b Wisbech

Ellen Margret, 39, b Cherry Hinton

Frederick George, 12, b Cambridge

Charles Henry, 10, b Cambridge

Harry, 8, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 5, b Cambridge

Ellen Margret, 3, b Cambridge

Jack, 6 months, b Cambridge



George Earle, machinist



Frederick George Ear served in the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. He was killed in action on the Somme on 13/5/1918.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



George Earl, b 1869, wood machinist

Ellen M, b 1871

Sidney N, b 1914, bench and capstan lathe



Sidney Earl


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