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108 Sturton Street

A Shunter and a Painter

1881

Arthur Leason, 29, groom, b. Ashbourne, Cambs

Sarah E Leason, 22, Thriplow, Cambs

Arthur Jacob Leason, 2,  b. Cambridge

1891

Head of household in 1891 is Charles Yorke, a 28 year old Railway Shunter who was born in Wickham Market, Suffolk.  He is married to 25 year old Laura (nee Gray) who was born in Cambridge.  The couple have three small children, Harold C (3), Sidney (2), and Alfred (1).

The family have moved to 86 Sturton Street by the time of the 1901 census.

1901

William Cooper, 29, painter, b. Ipswich

Eliza Cooper, 26, b. Linton

William Cooper, 3, b. Cambridge

Gertrude Cooper, 1, b. Cambridge

1911

Henry Nunn, head, 70, widower, boot maker, b. Mildenhall, Suffolk

Source – 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census

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