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History of 110 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.



William H. Clarke, bricklayer, lived in 110 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


John Stubbs, taxi-driver, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 110 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
James Utteridge, head, 53, engineers clerk, b Cambridge
Eliza, wife, 45, b Cambridge
Lucy A, daughter, 18, milliner, b Cambridge
Annie M, daughter, 15, dressmaker’s assistant, b Cambridge
Frederick A, son, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
Ethel L, daughter, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

1891:
Elizabeth Butler, head, widow, 71, laundress, b Trumpington
Alice Barron, daughter, 29, b Cambridge
James Barron, son in law, 32, boiler smith assistant, b Cambridge
William H Barron, grandson, 2, b Cambridge

1901:
William Clarke, 55, bricklayer, b Suffolk
Mary A, 55, b Essex
Lily, 23, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Grace, 18, b Cambridge
Archibald, 15, machinist, b Cambridge
Maggie, grand daughter, 5, b London

1902:
CDN 6.8.1902
: Grace Clark gave evidence in the hearing of Percy Barrington of St Barnabas Road who was charged with making false entries in a cash book and weekly account book while being a servant in the employ of the Public Tea Company, Mincing-lane, London. Grace was also an employee. Percy was committed to trial on bail.

1904: William H Clarke, bricklayer

1911:
William Henry Clarke, 66, bricklayer, b Suffolk
Mary Ann, 66, b Essex
Archbald Linned [sic], 26, labourer, b Cambridge

1913:
John Stubbs, taxi-driver

1939:
Edward Wallman, b 1881, canten manager
Mary, b 1880

1962:
Mrs M Wallman


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