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History of 104 Gwydir Street

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Martn (presumably Martin) Saunders, platelayer, lived in 104 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


Mrs. Butler lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 104 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
Robert Green, head, 33, railway servant, b Ely
Susan, wife, 38, b Ely
Rhoda Cooper, niece, 11, scholar, b Ely

1891:
William Cracknell, head, 35, general labourer, b Balsham
Abigail, wife, 33, b Ely
Georgina, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge
Walter, son, 8, scholar, b Cambridge
Ethel, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
John, son, 3, b Cambridge
Ellen, daughter, 1, b Cambridge
Robert M, son, 8 mos, b Cambridge
Thomas Vaughan, brother, 43, labourer, b Ely

1895:
(CIP 13.9.1895)
: Obstructing the police: Edward Barrett, labourer, of 104, Gwydir-street, ;he defendant’s witness in the last case, was charged with obstructing P.c. Lee whilst in the execution of his duty, at the same place and time.—Pc. Lee said he had taken Baker into custody, when Barrett pulled him away. Witness afterwards re-arrested him. Defendant, the constable stated, was drunk, and he was next charged with this offence.—The Magistrates fined 1s for being drunk, and on the other charge 2s. 6d.

1901:
James Fordham, 63, professional cricketer, b Cambridge

1904:
Martin Saunders, platelayer (Spaldings)

1911:
Henry Glover, 29, boilermaker GER, b Yorks
Jessie Maria, 30, b Northants
Agnes Lily, 4, b Yorks
Gwendoline Ina, 1, b Cambridge

1913:
Mrs Butler

1939:
Claude J W Smith, b 1877, joint makers assistant NER
Amy, b 1876
Dorothy J, b 1905, restaurant superintendant
Frederick Thomas Smith, b 1910, printers machine minder
Gladys A Smith, b 1915, drapers assistant

1962:
Arthur C Tyler


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