The Carter family were farmers here, probably tenants, pre-World War 2.
1901: Fen End, Terington St Johns
James Carter, 45, machinist [?], b Camb Friday Bridge
Susan, 53, b Norfolk
Thomas H Green, step son, 27, grocer, b Leverington
Heather W Carter, son, 21, engine driver threshing machine, b Norfolk Tilney St Lawrence
Julia Green, step daughter, 19, b Leverington
Harriet M Carter, 17, parlour maid, b Norfolk Tilney St Lawrence
Arthur Carter, son, 15, machinist son, b Norfolk Tilney St Lawrence
Ada, 13, b Norfolk Tilney St Lawrence
Ethel, 11, b Norfolk Terrington St John
James Carter, 60, widower, farmer
Arthur, 25, farmer’s son working on farm
Maude Shore, daughter, 27, married, b Tilney St Lawrence
Winnie, grand daughter, 3, b Wisbech
Lenard, son, 1, b Northants
Arthur James Carter married Eliza Brown.
They went on to have five children:
Joyce b. 1913, Thirza b. 1916, Lilian b.1918, Doris b.1921 and Arthur b.1925.
[Lilian] remembers one of the cart horses wandering in and getting stuck in the kitchen pantry. My grandmother was not amused. (Email from SB 2022)
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