index

History of 71 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.



A. Curtis,firelighter, lived in 71 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).


John William Elliot, G.E.R.servant, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 71 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
Henry Squires, head, goods guard railways, 31, b Suffolk
Sarah, wife, 27, b Fen Drayton
Harry W, son, 4, b Cambridge
Joseph, son, 3, b Cambridge
Elizabeth J, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

1891:
Charles Shedd, 50, railway fireman, b Cambridge
Naomi, wife, 47, b Hauxton

1901:
Albert Curtis, 28, railway fire lighter, b Cottenham
Maud, 28, b Chesterton
Doris, 4, b St Ives

1904:
CIP 21.10.1904
: Albert Curtis gave evidence in the case of Jarves Carey Manoch, loco superintendant, charged with assault of Joseph George Gardiner, an assistant bailiff of the court. Manoch was convicted on two counts, a total fine of £3 16s 6d.

1911:
John William Elliott, 38, car and wagon examiner, b Cambridge
Martha May Elliott, 27, b Suffolk

1913:
John William Elliot, GER servant

1962:
Leslie Isaacson

1970:
Walter J Philpot

1982:
Roy Hammens, photographer


Main index - Buildings and houses in Gwydir Street.