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History of 160 Gwydir Street

See History of Gwydir Street and Buildings in Gwydir Street.



John Deeks, pensioner, lived in 160 Gwydir St lived here in 1904 (see Spalding's Directory).

Miss Annie M. Deeks, dressmaker, lived here in 1913 (see Spalding's Directory).

She was still here in 1916 (see Kelly's Directory).

Presumably they were related.



From Capturing Cambridge:

HISTORY OF 160 GWYDIR STREET

1881:
Willimot Taylor, head, 38, division officer excise Revenue, b Worcester
Laura, wife, 32, b Oxford
Eleanor, daughter, 10, scholar, b Wales
Lydia M, daughter, 8, scholar, b Salop
Herbert W, son, 7, scholar, b Wellington
Edward, son, 6, scholar, b Wellington
Howard, son, 5, scholar, b Salop
Elsie M, daughter, 4, scholar, b Salop

1891:
John Deeks, head, 57, police sergeant, b Cheveley
Sarah, wife, 55, b Cambs
Annie M, daughter, 32, dress maker, b Cambridge
Alfred J, son, 19, telegraphist, b Cambridge
William J, son, 17, letter carrier, b Cambridge
Edith M, daughter, 16, b Cambridge

1901:
John Deeks, 67, police sergeant,
Sarah, 65
Annie Maria, 42, dressmaker
Edith M, 26, music teacher

1911:
Sarah Deeks, 75, widow
Lavina, 54, b Cambs
Annie Marie, 52, dressmaker

1913:
Miss A M Deeks, dressmaker

1939:
Ellen L Salisbury, b 1881, charwoman,
Beatrice E, b 1908, shorthand typist,
Reginald C W, b 1910, insurance committee correspondence clerk
Ivy, b 1911, shorthand typist
Constance, b 1917, shorthand typist

1962:
Mrs Salisbury

Motherwell family
They had moved to 165 Gwydir Street by 1982

1982:
John Hopkins, composer


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