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History of 145 Gwydir Street

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King Lambert, evangelist, lived in 145 Gwydir St lived here in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


He was still here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory.


He was still here in 1916 (see Kelly's Directory).



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 145 GWYDIR STREET

The workhouse garden

1891:
Arthur W H Hagyard, head, 36, professional vocalist, b York
Mary, wife, 36, b York
Emily E, daughter, 13, scholar, b York
Joseph H, son, 12, scholar, b Hereford
Mabel M, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge
Kate E, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge
Arthur L, son, 4, scholar, b Cambridge
Jessie M, daughter, 2, b Cambridge

1901:
Elizabeth Lambert, 44, wife
Charles, 17, grocers apprentice,
Noel, 8,
Leonard, 6,
Daniel, 3,
Marguerite, 2,
Ellen, 4 mos,

1904 – 1916:
King Lambert, evangelist

1911:
Elizabeth Lambert, married, 54, b Norfolk
Charles, stepson, 27, grocers assistant, b Norfolk
Noel, 18, ironmongers assistant, b Cambridge
Leonard, 16, clerk estate agents, b Cambridge
Daniel, 13, b Cambridge
Marguerite, 12, b Cambridge
Ellen, 10, b Cambridge

1937:
Mrs Lambert

1962 – 1970:
Miss Lambert

When the Sanders family bought the property they found a lot of antlers in the attic.

1982:
David Sanders
Mary

The large for workhouse garden was acquired when the maternity hospital in Mill Road no longer needed the land.


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