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History of 31 Gwydir Street

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F. George Harrison, coach-body maker, lived in 31 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

He was still there in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory), described as George Frederick Harrison, coach-body maker.



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 31 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
John Wittby, head, 27, grocers porter, b Herts
Ann, wife, 24, b Chesterton
Ethel M, daughter, 1, b Cambridge
Emma Edwards, mother, widow, 54, b Fen Ditton

1891:
George Harrison, head, 33, coach body maker, b Norfolk
Louisa, wife, 32, b Newton
Martha, daughter, 9, b Cambridge
Harry, son, 6, born Cambridge
Ethel, daughter, 4, born Cambridge
Percy, son, 2, born Cambridge
Mabel, daughter, 5 mos, born Cambridge

1898:
(CIP 4.2.1898)
: Arthur James Stinton, 37, Wellington Street, was summoned for throwing stones in Church Street on January 27th. Harry Harrison, a schoolboy, of 31 Gwydir Street, saw the defendant throw a stone and break a plate glass window. Defendant was fined 1s.

1899: George Harrison was a director of the Star Bowkett Society at the time of the theft of its funds.

1901:
George F Harrison, 44, coach and body maker, b Norfolk
Louisa, 42, b Newton
Martha L, 19, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Thomas H, 16, hairdresser, b Cambridge
Percy H, 12, b Cambridge
Mabel A, 10, b Cambridge
Winifred G, 5, b Cambridge

1911:
George Frederick Harrison, 53, coachmaker, b Norfolk
Louisa, 52, b Newton
Martha, 28, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Percy, 22, clerk, b Cambridge
Mabel, 19, machinist knitting, b Cambridge
Winifred, 15, b Cambridge
Stanley, 9, b Cambridge

1913:
George Frederick Harrison, coach body maker

1962:
Misses Harrison

1970:
Miss W Harrison


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