Mortlock Street OS 1901
22 Mortlock Street, Roseleigh, Melbourn
History of 22 Mortlock Street
1893: Charles Day and Mary Elizabeth Lilley marry 15th March in Melbourn.
22 Mortlock Street, Melbourn
Charles Day, 29, groom, b Melbourn
[In 1901 Charles was living with his parents in Melbourn High Street]
Mary E, 31, b Dulwich
[Mary Elizabeth Lilley (1869-1959) was the daughter of Henry Gunning Lilley and Elizabeth Jane Brodie. She moved to Meldreth to work for the Mortlock family and subsequently married Charles Day, an estate worker. This was not well received by her family.]
Charles, 6, b Melbourn
Henry B, 4, b Melbourn
Mable L, 1, b Melbourn
Maud L, 1, b Melbourn
Charles Day sen.
Mary Elizabeth and Charles Day senior
Charles Day (1871-1956), 40, estate carpenter, b Melbourn
Mary Elizabeth(1869-1959) , 42, Dulwich Surrey
Charles (1894-1978), 16, student Cambs County School, b Melbourn
Charles Day jun.
Henry Brodie, 14, student Cambs County School, b Melbourn
[Henry Brodie ‘Harry’ Day (1897-1918). After serving as a lance corporal with the Suffolk Regiment he was commissioned as an officer in October 1917 and joined C Company, 1st battalion 1st Cambridgeshire Regiment on 3rd January 1918. He was killed by shellfire exactly one month later. There is a large transept window in Melbourn Parish church in his honour.]
Henry Brodie ‘Harry’ Day Mortlock Street Melbourn
Mabel Lilley Day (1899-1986), 11, b Melbourn
Mabel Lilley Day
Maud Lilley Day (1899-1993), 11, b Melbourn
Ralph Brodie Day (1901-1931), 1, b Melbourn
Memorial to Ralph Brodie Day in Melbourn Parish Church
1918: Charles and Mary were living at Greenhill/Grinnel Farm.