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4, Holland House, Upper Gwydir Street

History of 4 Upper Gwydir Street

1881

James Lloyd, 50, railway servant, b Duckinfield

Jane, 52, b London

Jane C, 13, scholar, b Cambridge

Ann C, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Thomas C Carter, 19, stepson, booksellers assistant, b Cambridge

 

1891

John Thomas Quinsee, 42, plumber, b Cambridge

Henrietta, 41, b Longstanton

Percy, 17, painter, b Cambridge

Vincent, 17, clerk, b Cambridge

Sydney, 13, watchmakers apprentice, b Cambridge

Bernard, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Cecil, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Lawrence, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Francis, 1, b Cambridge

 

1901

John T Quinsee, 53, plumber, b Cambridge

Henrietta,, 53, b Longstanton

Cecil, 15, cycle maker, b Cambridge

Lawrence, 13, b Cambridge

Fanny, 11, b Cambridge

Ann Stanley, 86, widow, mother-in-law, b Yorkshire

 

1911

Harry Hones, 52, butcher in butchers shop, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 51, b Cambridge

Florrie, 19, day girl (domestic), b Cambridge

Leonard, 14, telegraph messenger for Post Office, b Cambridge

Harold, 12, school, b Cambridge

 

1939

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