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97 Gwydir Street

History of 97 Gwydir Street

1871: unnumbered

Philip Elliott, 30, railway fireman

Emma

Margaret, 2

Catherine M, 1


1881:

Philip Elliott, head, 40, railway engine driver, b Northumberland

Emma, wife, 37, b Cambridge

Margaret E, daughter, 12, scholar,  b Cambridge

Catherine M, daughter, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

John W, son, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Sarah, daughter, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Phillip, son, 2, scholar, b Cambridge

Louisa, daughter, 10 mos, scholar, b Cambridge


1891:

Philip Elliott, head, 50, railway engine driver, b Northumberland

Emma, wife, 47, b Cambridge

Margaret, daughter, 22, staymaker, b Cambridge

Catherine, daughter, 21, dressmaker, b Cambridge

John W, son, 18, engine cleaner, b Cambridge

Florence, daughter, 16, b Cambridge

Sarah A, daughter, 15, staymaker, b Cambridge

Laura, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Catherine Collins, visitor, 49, b Cambridge


1901:

Harry Rogers, 31, basket maker osiers, b Cambridge

Charlotte, 27, b Cambridge

Mabel, 1, b Cambridge


1911:

Herbert Alfred Fredric Allen, 27, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Emily, 34, b Cambridge

Herbert Spencer, 5, b Cambridge

Stuart, 2, b Cambridge

Edna, 9 mos, b Cambridge


1913:

Herbert Alfred Frederick Allen, carpenter


1962:

Charles Frost


1970:

Charles Frost

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