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3 Upper Gwydir Street

History of 3 Upper Gwydir Street

1881

Charles Weyer, 48, confectioner, b Norwich

Betsey, 46, b Wisbech

Charles W, 21, waiter, b Cambridge

Emily, 20, tailoress, b Cambridge

Florence, 16, scholar, b Cambridge

Bessy I, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

 

1891

Ernest James Ellwood, 29, carpenter and joiner, b Cambridge

Florence Ada, 28, b  London

 

1901

Robert Butler, 28, railway engine fitter, b Suffolk

Florrie, 23, b Cambridge

Annie, 3, b Cambridge

Ada, 2, b Cambridge

Gertrude, 1, b Cambridge

Florence, 6 months, b Cambridge

 

1911

Harry Lessy Overton, 41, plumber, b Cambridge

Ellen, 41, b Dullingham

Alfred, 18, plumbers apprentice to builder, b Cambridge

Florence, 16, domestic servant, b Cambridge

Harry, 14, errand boy for confectioner and baker, b Cambridge

Ethel, 9, school, b Cambridge

Violet, 2, b Cambridge

NB in 1901 the Overton family were at 5 Upper Gwydir Street

 

1939

Ellen E Overton, b 1870, widow, unpaid domestic duties

1 closed record

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