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History of 162 Gwydir Street

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William S. Rayner, coachman, lived in 162 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

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



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 162 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
William Moody, head, 71, retired farmer, b Newmarket
Elizabeth, wife, 69, b Newmarket
Robinett, daughter, 40, b Newmarket

1891:
Catherine M Orchard, head, widow, 44, living on own means, b Scotland
Charles Gent, boarder, 36, advertising manager, b Dorset

1898:
CIP 23.9.1898
: Compositors at Play – Frederick Rayner (19), a compositor of 162 Gwydir Street and Leopold Chanter, compositor of 14 Argyle Street were summoned for playing football on the public thoroughfare on Mill Road. Rayner denied the offence which Chanter admitted. PC Murray proved the charge. They were each convicted. Rayner was fined 2s and Chanter 1s.

1901:
William S Rayner, 49, coachman
Dinah,
Annie E, 23, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Frederick G, 21, compositor, b Cambridge
Ellen A, 14, milliner, b Cambridge
Harry W Hunt, 17, carpenter, b Burwell

1908:
CIP 31.7.1908
: Wm Rayner cab driver employed at the University Arms was turning his carriage round when Sidney Buttress, errand boy of 72 Russell Street, employed by Mr Tredgett of Market Hill, ran into the carriage on his bike and was run over by the carriage. He was taken to Addenbrookes Hospital but his injuries were slight and he was not detained.

1911:
William Sutton Rayner, 60, coachman, b Trumpington
Dinah, 58, b Notts
Ellen Ada, 24, milliner, b Cambridge
James Sidney Barker, boarder, 25, commercial traveller, b Lincs

1913:
William S Rayner, coachman

1939:
Emma Nunn, b 1873, lodging house keeper
Sidney H Warboys, b 1909, printers machine minder
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1962:
Douglas Flint


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