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6, Frederick Cottages, Upper Gwydir Street

History of 6 Upper Gwydir Street

1881

Thomas Ambrose, 54, retired farmer, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 46, b Suffolk

Alice, 12, scholar, b Suffolk

Mary A Banette, 23, domestic servant, b Suffolk

 

1891

Robert Goodrum, 44, printers press man, b Norfolk

Clara, 44, b Huntingdonshire

William James, 17, apprentice finisher, b Cambridge

Charles Reginald, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Horace George, 12, errand boy, b Cambridge

Emily Grace, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Mabel Agnes, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Evelyn Deborah, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Percy Allan, 3, b Cambridge

Cecil Alexander, 1, b Cambridge

 

1901

William C Asplen, 30, railway foremen, b Cambridge

Augusta, 34, b Bury St Edmunds

Hilda, 2, b Cambridge

Nellie A, 1, b Cambridge

Emma J Peacock, 28, sister-in-law,, b Bury St Edmunds

Ada Peacock, 2, niece, b Chatteris

Edward K Peacock, 9 months, nephew, b Chatteris

 

1911

Charles Cream, 40, porter for furniture dealers, b Cambridge

Louisa, 40, b Cambridge

William Charles, 18, grocers apprentice, b Cambridge

Albert Frederick, 16, bakers errand boy, b Cambridge

Sidney John, 12, school, b Cambridge

Mary Kate, 11, school, b Cambridge

Beatrice Louisa, 9, school, b Cambridge

Percy Samuel, 3, b Cambridge

 

1939

Beatrice Cream (Haines), b 1901, domestic help

Beryl D M Rix (Johnson), b 1911, fruit bottling and canning

Mary E Fry, b 1895, unpaid domestic duties

1 closed record

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