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History of 70 Gwydir Street

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Tom Smith, poulterer, lived in 70 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

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



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 70 GWYDIR STREET

1871: unnumbered
John Carter, 44, boiler maker,
Phoebe, 42,
Elizabeth, 13, b Cambridge
Charles, 10,
Priscilla, 7 mos,
Frederick, grandson, 1,

1881:
John Carter, head, 54, boiler maker, b Cambs
Phebe, wife, 52, b Haslingfield
Charles, son, 20, blacksmith, b Cambridge
Priscilla, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge
Frederick, 11, grandson, scholar, b Cambridge

1891:
John Gates, head, 47, boot closer, b Cambridge
Emma, wife, 45, b Suffolk
George, son, 13, scholar, b Cambridge
Harry, son, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

1895:
CIP 31.5.1895
: Educational: order made against John Gates, 70 Gwydir Street, for neglecting to send their children to school.

1901:
Thomas Smith, poulterers assistant
Alice
Edward, 3, b Cambridge
Stanley Norden, nephew, 2, b Middlesex

1904:
CDN 16.12.1904
: Thomas Smith gave evidence at hearing of George Weston, alia F Gilbert, labourer of the Butchers’ Arms, Newmarket Road, charged with stealing seven pigeons, property of George Wright of Coldham Lane, value 5s 5d. Smith committed to trial.

1911:
Thomas Smith, 41, poulterers assistant, b Gt Eversden
Alice, 41, b Birmingham
James Ewart, 13, b Cambridge
Margery Eileen Peake Dugdale, boarder, 6 months, b Linton

1913:
Tom Smith, poulterer

1939:
William Mason, b 1914, brewers ledger clerk
Catherine M, b 1911
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1962:
Harry Thurston


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