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History of 158 Gwydir Street

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Philip Elliott, engine driver, lived in 158 Gwydir St lived here in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

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



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 158 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
Rodger Webster, head, 79, retired farmer, b Lincoln
Ann R, wife, 73, b Lincoln

1891:
Sarah Cole, head, widow, 53, living on own means, b Essex
Frederick W, son, 27, drapers assistant, b Essex
John G, son, 20, telegraphist, b Essex
George Kent, lodger, clerk, 21, b Berks

1893:
CC&J 6.1.1893
: Philip Elliott gave evidence in the inquest into the fatal accident at Cambridge Station when John Bowers, 49, horse driver, was killed.

1900:
CDN 19.11.1900
: Accident at the Railway Station.— About eight o’clock on Saturday evening an accident happened at the Railway Station to an engine driver on the Great Eastern Railway, named Philip Elliott, of 158, Gwydir-street. It appears that he was getting off his engine when his left ear caught on the step, cutting it severely. He was immediately taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, where the ear was stitched.

1901:
Phillip Elliott, 60, railway engine driver, b Northumberland
Emma, 57, b Cambridge
Catherine M, 31, dressmaker, b Cambridge
John, 29, railway wheel examiner, b Cambridge
Laura, 21, laundress, b Cambridge

1911:
William Smith, 43, machinist woodworking, b Worcester
Susan, 33, b Shelford
Sidney, 8, b Cambridge
Elsie, 6, b Cambridge

1913:
Philip Elliott, engine driver

1939:
Arthur J Turnell, b 1879, journeyman butcher (Air Raid Warden)
Florence, b 1879

1962:
Mrs A Bent


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