History of 37 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.

Joseph Haddow, G.E.R. railway servant, lived in 37 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

John Cutting, butcher, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).

From Capturing Cambridge:


1875: CCJ (22.5.1875)
Henry Tolliday, of Gwydir-street, was summoned for assaulting Rebecca Haddow on the 19th inst. – Complainant said defendant lodged with her, and on Wednesday night he came home and complained that had not waited upon him. She replied that she had and he then slapped her in the face, and pushed her in the passage. She had a child in her arms at the time. Mrs Thomas, a neighbour, and Georgiana Millard a girl, corroborated.- Defendant called no witnesses, and was fined 10s 6d. costs, or 14 days – fine paid.

Josiah Haddow, head, 29, railway servant, b Willingham
Rebekah, wife, 35, b Willingham
Josiah, son, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
Emily, daughter, 2, scholar, b Cambridge
Charles Smith, lodger, 24, b Woodhurst
Thomas Patman, lodger, 48, b Cambridge

Josiah Haddow, head, 38, engine cleaner, b Willingham
Rebecca, wife, 44, b Willingham
Josiah, son, 16, grocer’s assistant, born Cambridge
Emily F, daughter, 12, scholar, born Cambridge
Thomas F Wilson, lodger, 20, boiler maker’s assistant, b Norfolk

Josiah Haddon, 50, railway boiler worker, b Willingham
Rebecca, 55, b Willingham
Emily F, 23, b Cambridge
Walter Brown, boarder, 23, railway labourer, b Snailworth

John Henry Cutting, 29, butcher, b Suffolk
Rose May, 27, b Suffolk
John Henry, 2, b Cambridge
Kathleen, 4, b Suffolk
Minnie Florence, 7 mos, b Cambridge
William George Harvey, boarder, 24, cooper, b London

John Cutting, butcher

Frederick Marsh

1970: vacant

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