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George F Clark, 1865 photo of Cambridge police force

95 Gwydir Street

History of 95 Gwydir Street

1871 unnumbered

George Clark, police constable

Mary A

Henry G

Alfred N

Herbert, 1, b Cambridge


PC Clark gave evidence at the coroner’s inquiry into the cause of death of the 9 month old girl believed to be the daughter of Martha Hall of 2 Parkside found in Lensfield Brook. The baby was named Adams, the name of the family in Gwydir Street that Martha had been working for in 1871.


George F Clark, head, 44, police constable

Mary A, wife, 45, b Cherry Hinton

Henry G, son, 20, railway clearance house, b Cambridge

Alfred N, son, 17, railway servant, b Cambridge

Elizabeth M, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Alice, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Sarah A, daughter, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary Balls, aunt, unmarried, 60, servant,  b Cherry Hinton


George Francis Clark, head, 54, detective police constable, b Cambridge

Mary A, wife, 54, b Cherry Hinton

[Mary Ann was the sister of George’s first wife, Elizabeth]

Herbert, son, 21, tailor, b Cambridge, deaf and dumb

Arthur, son, 19, apprentice tailor, b Cambridge, deaf and dumb

Elizabeth, daughter, 17, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Sarah, daughter, 14, dressmaker apprentice, b Cambridge

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


Walter Rutter, 45, carpenter, b Cambridge

Jane, 42, b Harston

George, 20, butcher, b Cambridge

Minnie, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Ted, 12, b Trumpington


Walter Rutter, 54, carpenter, b Cambridge

Jane, 51, b Harston

Minnie, 28, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Edward, 22, carpenter, b Trumpington


Walter Rutter, carpenter


Sidney Ball


Sidney Ball





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