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History of 134 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.



Samuel Tow, fishmonger, lived in 134 Gwydir St in 1892 (see Kelly's Directory).


Harry Hutton, fishmonger, etc., lived here in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


Mrs Whitmore, fried fish shop, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 134 GWYDIR STREET

1881: fishmonger
Lucy Bowler, head, widow, 51, fishmonger, b Norfolk
Edward Hubbard, boarder, 32, doll eye maker, b Norfolk

1891:
Samuel Tow*, head, 33, fishmonger, b March
*the census enumerator has written 'Low'.
Eliza Tow (nee Watkinson), wife, 31, b Chatteris

CIP 21.3.1891
: Bankruptcy. Samuel Tow, 134, Gwydir Street, Cambridge, fishmonger, March 9.

1901:
Harry Hutton, 30, fishmonger, b Cambridge
Clare, 30, b Cambridge
Evelyn, 7, b Cambridge
Jessie, 5, b Cambridge
Lily, 3, b Cambridge
Gladys, 1, b Cambridge

1911:
Walter George Germany, 35, book repairer, b Cambridge
Emily, b 36, b Cambridge
Arthur Alfred, 15, b Cambridge
Sidney Williams, 14, b Cambridge
Florence Mable, 12, b Cambridge
Walter George, 10, b Cambridge
Gertrude Emily, 6, b Kent
Harry Leonard, 2, b Cambridge

1913:
Mrs Whitmore, fried fish shop

1939:
Selina A Parr, b 1875, retired
Lilian Parr, b 1915, stores supervisor
Stanley F Parr, b 1919, capstan lathe operator
Eric Cartwright, b 1914, hairdresser
Adelaide Cartwright, b 1912
?

Capstan and Turret lathe
Capstan and Turret lathe

1962:
Sidney Harold Lander


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