Thomas Shallow, ironmonger, 52, b Cambridge
Eleanor, 42, b Suffolk
Eliza, 20, b Cambridge
Harriet, 18, b Cambridge
Ann Smith, 26, cook, b Knapwell
Sarah Calton, 22, servant, b Cambs
Walter Stockbridge is at his home in Melbourn at the time of the census.
The business previously been at 14 Green Street
The Sidney Street premises was a shop with a carriage entrance at the side, leading to a Georgina house at the rear. Their business was largely selling secondhand furniture to undergraduates when they arrived in Cambridge and buying it back when they graduated.
Walter Stockbridge, 44, furniture dealer, b Melbourn
Alice M, 38, b Cambridge
Alice M, 9, b Cambridge
Blanche, 8, b Cambridge
Margaret, 6, b Cambridge
Madeline, 5, b Cambridge
Gladys, 3, b Cambridge
Cyril, 1, b Cambridge
Walter, 4 mos, b Cambridge
Sarah Thoday, 16, servant, b London
Kate Benstead, 17, nursemaid, b Waterbeach
Martha Hancock, 16, servant, b Fulbourn
Walter Stockbridge, furniture dealer
Cyril Hedley Stockbridge
After WWI the business was taken over by Walter’s two sons. Walter and Cyril.
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