History of 95 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.

Arthur Rutter lived in 95 Gwydir St in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

Walter Rutter, carpenter, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).

Presumably they were related.

From Capturing Cambridge:


1871: unnumbered
George Clark, police constable
Mary A
Henry G
Alfred N
Herbert, 1, b Cambridge

George F Clark, 1865 photo of Cambridge police force

PC Clark gave evidence at the coroner’s inquiry into the cause of death of the 9 month old girl believed to be the daughter of Martha Hall of 2 Parkside found in Lensfield Brook. The baby was named Adams, the name of the family in Gwydir Street that Martha had been working for in 1871.

George F Clark, head, 44, police constable
Mary A, wife, 45, b Cherry Hinton
Henry G, son, 20, railway clearance house, b Cambridge
Alfred N, son, 17, railway servant, b Cambridge
Elizabeth M, daughter, 7, scholar, b Cambridge
Alice, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
Sarah A, daughter, 4, scholar, b Cambridge
Mary Balls, aunt, unmarried, 60, servant, b Cherry Hinton

George Francis Clark, head, 54, detective police constable, b Cambridge
Mary A, wife, 54, b Cherry Hinton
[Mary Ann was the sister of George’s first wife, Elizabeth]
Herbert, son, 21, tailor, b Cambridge, deaf and dumb
Arthur, son, 19, apprentice tailor, b Cambridge, deaf and dumb
Elizabeth, daughter, 17, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Sarah, daughter, 14, dressmaker apprentice, b Cambridge

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

Walter Rutter, 45, carpenter, b Cambridge
Jane, 42, b Harston
George, 20, butcher, b Cambridge
Minnie, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Ted, 12, b Trumpington

Walter Rutter, 54, carpenter, b Cambridge
Jane, 51, b Harston
Minnie, 28, dressmaker, b Cambridge
Edward, 22, carpenter, b Trumpington

Walter Rutter, carpenter

Sidney Ball

Sidney Ball

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