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2 Upper Gwydir Street

History of Upper Gwydir Street

1881

Henry Philips, 53, police officer, b Newnham

Sarah, 55, b Swavesey

James R, 22, wine merchants assistant, b Cambridge

Arthur N, 18, stationer, b Cambridge

Sarah J, 15, pupil teacher, b Cambridge

 

1891

John Joseph Bradbury, 42, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Emma, 40, b Willingham

Elizabet Sarah, 16, dressmakers apprentice, b Cambridge

Katie Jane, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Grace Emma, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Joseph James Crane, 2, b Cambridge

 

1901

John J Bradbury, 52, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 50, b Willingham

Elizabeth, 26, dressmaker on own account, b Cambridge

Katie, 24, b Cambridge

Grace, 21, b Cambridge

John, 12, b Cambridge

 

1911

John Joseph Bradbury, 62, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 60, b Willingham

Katie Jane, 34, b Cambridge

John James Crane, 22, b Cambridge, paralyzed from birth

 

1939

Herbert Hides, b 1871, retired general labourer

Ada, b 1871, unpaid domestic duties

Leonard H, b 1901, groom

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