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10 Upper Gwydir Street

History of 10 Upper Gwydir Street

1891

Cleer Cook, 38, coalyard labourer, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 42, b Girton

Florrie, 16, domestic servant, b Cambridge

Fred, 15, b Cambridge

Phoebe, 12, domestic servant, b Cambridge

Dora, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Gertrude, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

Annie Wilson, 17, domestic servant, b Girton

Stephen Wilson, 14, errand boy, b Girton

James Wilson, 14, errand boy, b Girton

NB 3 appear to be step children

 

1901

Cleer W Cook, 49, coal dealer, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 52, b Girton

Frederick, 25, assistant to father, b Cambridge

Mary, 15, drapers assistant, b Cambridge

Gertrude, 12, b Cambridge

 

1911

William Cook, 58, widower, coal merchant, b Suffolk

 

1939

Arthur E Palmer, b 1876, widower, coal merchant

Stella R Palmer (Berge, Andrew), b 1934, under school age

4 closed records

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