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History of 161 Gwydir Street

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Frederick A. Russell lived in 161 Gwydir St in 1892 (see Kelly's Directory).


J.P. Keal lived here in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


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


203rd (Cambridgeshire) Field Company, Royal Engineers. Honours and awards - First World War lists as Mentioned in Despatches (MiD), 84297 Sgt Charles William Pavely - 161 Gwydir St, Cambridge. No 2 section, Aveluy Wood, 1-6-1918.

Sadly, 203rd (Cambridgeshire) Field Company, Royal Engineers Casualties - First World War also lists Charles William Pavely, born Roydon, Essex, enlisted Cambridge, resident Halstead, Essex, 84297, Sgt, No 2 section, missing Killed in action 1-6-1918, age 36, MiD. Son of Charles & Susannah Pavely, 14 Trinity Rd, Halstead, Essex. Living 161 Gwydir St, Cambridge. Native of Roydon, Essex. Martinsart British Cemetery, Somme, France.



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 161 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
Harold G Balls, head, 34, clerk, b Cambridge
Jane, wife, 31, b Suffolk
Maurice, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge
Grace E, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
Gilbert S, son, 4, b Cambridge
Joseph L, son, 3, b Northants
Andrew N, son, 1, b Cambridge
Eliza Larkins, 17, servant, b Cambridge

1891:
Frederick Russell, head, 27, cook, b Kent
Mary A, wife, 28, b London
Gertrude M, daughter, 1, b Herts

1901:
James Keal, 53, club custodian, b Lincs
Mary, 47, b Boxworth
George E Bowles, boarder, 23, insurance agent, b Herts
Mary Howell, boarder, 47, living on own means

1911:
Richard Nunn, 30, land agents clerk, b London
Alice Ann, 56, dress maker, b Cambridge

1913:
Mrs A A Nunn

1915:
CIP 9.4.1915
: Roll of Honour: Enlisted with Royal Engineers: C W Pavely, 161 Gwydir Street

1918:
203rd (Cambridgeshire) Field Company, Royal Engineers. Honours and awards – First World War lists as Mentioned in Despatches (MiD), 84297 Sgt Charles William Pavely – 161 Gwydir St, Cambridge. No 2 section, Aveluy Wood, 1-6-1918.

203rd (Cambridgeshire) Field Company, Royal Engineers Casualties – First World War also lists Charles William Pavely, born Roydon, Essex, enlisted Cambridge, resident Halstead, Essex, 84297, Sgt, No 2 section, missing killed in action 1-6-1918, age 36, MiD. Son of Charles & Susannah Pavely, 14 Trinity Rd, Halstead, Essex. Living 161 Gwydir St, Cambridge. Native of Roydon, Essex. Martinsart British Cemetery, Somme, France.

1962:
Brian Whitehead

1970:
Joh D Bard


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