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112 Sturton Street

A Brewer and a Painter


Alfred Watson, head, married, 33, bricklayers labourer, b. Cambridge
Harriett Watson, wife, married, 33, b. Oakington, Cambridgeshire
Frederick Leah, lodger, unmarried, 22, signal fitter G E Railway, b. March, Cambridgeshire


James Wisbey, 57, Brewers Labourer, b. Duxford, Cambridgeshire

Eliza Wisbey, 56, General Shop Keeper, b. Duxford, Cambridgeshire

Judith Wisbey, 17, Charwoman, b. Cambridge


Frederick Chockley, 28, painter, b. Hitchin

Judith Chockley, 28, b. Cambridge

Frederick Chockley, 3, b. Cambridge

Harold Chockley, 1, b. Cambridge


John Robert Gair, head, 46, married, college servant, b. Whitby, Yorkshire
Annie Gair, wife, 46, married, at home, b. West Hartlepool, Yorkshire
Ida Gair, daughter, 18, cash office for boot shop b. Cambridge
Maggie Gair, daughter, 15, shop assistant for drapery, b. Cambridge
Sidney Hubert Gair, son, 5, school, b. Cambridge
Married 23 years, 4 children of which 1 died

PTE. G. F. GOODLIFFE – Mrs. G. F. Goodliffe of 114 Sturton Street has received official notification of the death of her husband, Pte. George Frederick Goodliffe, Worcester Regiment, who was reported mssing since August 27th 1917.  Mr Goodliffe, who was 29 years of age, was in business as a grocer at 112 Sturton Street before joining up. Cambridge Daily News 5th July 1918


Emma Thwaites (nee Bell), born 1861,

Caroline Annie Pitcher (nee Thwaites), born 1887, college servant,

Phoebe J Parsons (nee Thwaites), born 1897, college servant,

George Parsons, born 1902, bakers assistant,

Emma is buried in Mill Road Cemetery with her husband Walter and daughter Caroline.

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, 1939 Register, Mill Road Cemetery, Cambridge Daily News (05 July 1918),


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