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128 Sturton Street

An Engine Driver and a Colour Sergeant

Woodbine Cottage


Harriet Barton, head, widow, 55, nurse, b. Cambridge
George Barton, son, 19, boot maker, b. Cambridge
Elizabeth Barton, daughter, 15, machinist, b. Cambridge
James Jacobs, lodger, widower, 65, boot maker, b. Huntingdonshire


William Smith, 46, Railway Engine Driver, b. Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Ann Smith, 45, b. Kirtling, Cambridgeshire


George Betts, 36, Soldier (Colour Sergeant in Infantry), b. Nottinghamshire

Josephine Betts, 40, b. Ireland

Henrietta Betts, 13, b. Ireland

Amy G Betts, 7, b. Colchester


Albert Edward Fallowes, head, 42, married, railway ‘clerk’, b. Cambridge
Alice Ann Fallowes, wife, 39, married, b. Cambridge
Frederick Albert Fallowes, son, 15, errand boy for wool shop, b. Cambridge
Ellen Elizabeth Fallowes, daughter, 12, school, b. Cambridge
Albert Charles John Fallowes, son, 2, b. Cambridge
Married 16 years, 3 children

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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