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Howe’s Cottages, Scotland Road / Green End

History of Howe's Cottages


Howes Cottages Scotland Road

Daniel Howe, 46, wheelwright

Carry, 45, b Haddenham

Florry, 16, b Haddenham

Stuart, 10, b Chesterton

Claude, 2, b Chesterton

Fred Cook, 23, cycle machinist, b Cambridge

Emma, 22, b Chesterton

Nellie, 6 mos, b Chesterton


Green End

(1) Howes Cottages

David Howe, widower, 58, wheelwright milk, b west Wratting

Florence, 27, b Chesterton

Stuart Francis, 21, milk trade dairyman, b Chesterton

Claude, 12, b Chesterton

(2) Howe’s Cottages

William Curtis, 35, labourer, b Cambs

Annie, 31, b Swaffham Bulbeck

Nellie, 7, b Chesterton

Mildred, 5, b Chesterton

(3) Howe’s Cottages Green End Road

James Stanford, 55, bricklayer’s labourer, b Chesterton

Jane, 52, b Cambridge

Edward James, 27, bricklayer’s labourer, b Chesterton

Annie Eliza, 25, servant, b Chesterton

Arthur Sidney, 23, pipe maker brickyard, b Chesterton

Alfred, 19, cowman, b Chesterton

Nellie, 17, servant, b Chesterton

Bertie, 15, farm labourer, b Chesterton

Harold, 13, b Chesterton

Elsie, 11, b Chesterton

Mable Florence, 9, b Chesterton

Doris, 4, b Chesterton

(4) Howe’s Cottage

Martha Worboys, 67, b Herts

Charles, 26, cycle repairer, b Cambridge

Alice, 20, factory hand jam factory, b Chesterton

(5) Howe’s Cottage, Scotland Road

Jacob Negus, 68, widower, farm labourer, b Fen Ditton

Emily, 39, b Fen Ditton

May, 18, b Chesterton

(6) Howe’s Cottages

Charlotte Langley, widow, 50, char woman, b Hunts

Ben, 24, farm labourer, b Chesterton

Minnie, 17, day girl, b Chesterton

Thomas, 15, farm labourer, b Chesterton

Sidney, 13, b Chesterton

Harriet, 10, b Chesterton

(7) Howe’s Cottages, Green End

Francis Creek, 51, farm labourer, b Comberton

Elizabeth, 54, b Eversden

Earnest, 25, farm labourer, b Comberton

Harry, 22, farm labourer, b Comberton

Philip, 20, farm labourer, b Comberton

Nellie, 14, b Milton

Pansy, 10, b Milton


Footpath to High Street

Here is Green End


David Howe, milkman

Henry Creek

James Stanford

Charles Worboys

Jake Negus

Mrs Langley, charwoman

Francis Creek, labourer


Here is Milton Road

Claude Oliver Howe enlisted in the 1st Batt. Suffolk Regiment. He was killed in action 1.10.1918 during an attack on the village of Rumilly. Military records seem to show him as Oliver Claude Howe of Cambridge.



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