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History of 178 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.



Harry Corder, railway servant G.E.R, lived in 178 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


Charles S. Biggs, foreman mason, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 178 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
James Mony, head, 55, engine driver, b Northumberland
Ann, wife, 55, b Cambridge
Julia L, daughter, 21, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Samuel E, son, 19, shopman, b Cambridge
Selina, daughter, 17, shopwoman, b Cambridge
Ellen, daughter, 14, scholar, b Cambridge
Morris James Duncombe, grandson, 2, b Chester

1891:
Henry G Corder, head, 30, railway guard, b Essex
Sarah, wife, 30, b Cambridge
Jane Marshall, lodger, 60, cook, b Cambridge

1898:
CIP 11.11.1898
. Henry George Horner [sic] of 178 Gwydir Street granted certificate of exemption from vaccination for Mabel Victoria born 18th October 1897. Half fee charged.

1901:
Henry G Corder, 40, railway guard, b Essex
Sarah, 40, b Cambridge
Mabel V, 3, b Cambridge
Mary A Rumbelow, sister in law, 33, dress and mantle maker, b Cambridge

1911: Templar Villa, not numbered, listed in between 176 and 180 but could be census ennumerator error: see 182 Gwydir
George Secker, 31, outfitter’s salesman, b Norfolk
Mary Ann, 31, b Norfolk
Emma, 65, mother, monthly nurse, b London
Cyril, 1, b Norwich

1913:
Charles S Biggs, foreman mason

1939:
John W Elliot, b 1872, railway car and wagon examiner
Martha M, b 1883, incapacitated

1962:
Henry James Pratt


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