Ebenezer Andrews, head, 39, cordwainer, b Cambridge
Emily, wife, 37, b Little Abington
Albert, son, 13, scholar, b Cambridge
Ebenezer, son, 11, scholar, b Cambridge
Dorothy, daughter, 10, scholar, b Cambridge
Charles C, son, 9, scholar, b Cambridge
Frederick William, son, 8, b Cambridge
Rosa M, daughter, 6, b Cambridge
Harriett A, daughter, 5 mos, b Cambridge
Caleb Carpenter, head, 46, tailor, b Oxon
Mary A, wife, 45, b Oxon
Herbert, son, 19, poulterers assistant, b Cambridge
Rose E M A, daughter, 17 ,b Cambridge
Edward G, son, 15, newsboy, b Cambridge
Henry G, son, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge
Elizabeth A, daughter, 13, tailoress, b Cambridge
Arthur, son, 11, scholar, b Cambridge
Ernest J, son, 10, scholar, b Cambridge
Bertha M, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
Caleb Carpenter, tailor
Arthur, railway engine cleaner
William Alfred Parker, 34, police constable, b Impington
Elizabeth Ann, 33, b Cambridge
Horace Alfred, 10, b Cambridge
Winifred Florence, 7, b Cambridge
Cyril, 4, b Cambridge
Milicent, 1 yr 11m, b Cambridge
Amelie Elsie, 2 mos, b Cambridge
Alfred William Carpenter, P C 20
Elizabeth Parker, b 1879
Stella, b 1917, laundry hand
Phyllis, b 1917, radio coil assembler
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