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1 Upper Gwydir Street

History of 1 Upper Gwydir Street


Richard Briggs, head, 38, printer, Cambridge

Anna E, wife, 32, b Cheveley

Edith E M, daughter, 2 b Cambridge

Sarah A Harris, 34, lodger, dressmaker, b Cheveley

CIP 3/12/1881 p.9: VACCINATION ACT. Richard Briggs, of Upper Gwydir-street, was summoned for neglecting to have his child vaccinated.—Defendant admitted the offence, and objected to have the child vaccinated as she had been very delicate and had been a great trouble to bring up.—The bench ordered the child to be vaccinated within seven days. 


Henry Hayward, head, 30, kitchen porter, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, wife, 31, b Haddenham

Arthur George, son, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Henry Joseph, son, 3, b Cambridge


Same property, separate household

Daniel Hewlett, 23, kitchen porter, b Newmarket


John Moore, 74, living on own means, b Cambridge, deaf

Emma G, 88, b Fulbourn

Emma, 52, b Cambridge


Henry Hayward, 50, college servant, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 51, b Haddenham

Arthur George, 25, grocers assistant, b Cambridge

Henry Joseph, 23, postman, b Cambridge

Frederick, 19, book clerk, cement works, b Cambridge

Ernest, 16, oil and colour shop assistant, b Cambridge


Albert E Wisby, b 1911, builders labourer

Kathleen D, b 1913, unpaid domestic duties

Ernest c Brewer, b 1919, second hotel porter


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