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1 Sturton Street

A Coal Agent and a Railway Porter


Charles Feltham, head, married, 41, shoeing smith out of employ, b. London, Middlesex
Helen Feltham, wife, married, 39, b. Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire
Thomas Mason, adopted child, 11, scholar, b. Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire
Frank Poor, lodger, unmarried, 29, platform porter G E Railway, b. Enfield, Middlesex
George Bogis, lodger, unmarried, 24, striker for blacksmith G E Railway, b. Ipswich


Arthur K Wolfe, 22, Coal Agent, b. Cambridge

Kezia Wolfe, 23, b. Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire

Alice R Wolfe, 3, b. Cambridge


James Morley, 48, widower, railway porter, b. Sawston

Harry Morley, 18, Machine M?R b. Cambridge

Albert Morley, 14, errand boy, b. Cambridge

David Morley, 12, b. Cambridge

Susannah Mitchell, boarder, widow, 48, b. Cambridge


Ada Caroline Brown, widow, 42, char woman, b. Oakington, Cambridgeshire
Leslie Harold Brown, son, 22, bus conductor, b. Grantchester
Cyril Fredrick Brown, son, 20, b. Cambridge
Percy Victor Brown, son, 7, b. Cambridge
Sarah Ann Phillip, mother, 76, widow, b. Coton, Cambridgeshire


William Charles Lander and Gertrude Lander (nee Baker) live here in 1939.  He’s a house painter.  After their marriage in 1910 they briefly lived at 15a Stone Street.

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, 1939 register,


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