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130 Sturton Street

A Carpenter and a Butcher

Sherwood Cottage

Frederick Lowings, head, married, 36, builder employing 4 men 1 boy, b. Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire
Jane Lowings, wife, married, 37, b. Cambridge
Emma Lowings, daughter, 12, scholar, b. Plaistow, Essex
Hannah Lowings, daughter, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge
Harry Lowings, son, 8, scholar, b. Cambridge
Helen Lowings, daughter, 5, scholar, b. Cambridge
Jane Lowings, daughter, 3, scholar, b. Cambridge


Fred Skinner, 38, Carpenter and Joiner, b. Chesterton, Cambs

Louisa Skinner, 41, b. Somersham, Hutingdonshire

Andrew J S Skinner, 15, Pawn Broker’s Assistant, b. Comberton, Cambs

Emily J Skinner, 13, Scholar, b. Chesterton, Cambs

Frederick A Skinner, 11, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Gertrude Skinner, 9, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Harry Skinner, 7, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Albert V Skinner, 1, Scholar, b. Cambridge


James Bidwell, 33, butcher, b. Cambridge

Alice Bidwell, 33, b. Cambridge

Ivy Bidwell, 6, b. Cambridge

Alice is the daughter of William and Betsey Squires who live at 24 Sturton Street.


Henry Huntlea, head, 63, married, billiard table repairer, own account, b. Cambridge
Caroline Huntlea, wife, 56, married, b. Cambridge
Henry Huntlea, son, 34, musician, b. Cambridge
John Huntlea, son, 22, labourer for bricklayer, b. Cambridge
Lily Huntlea, daughter, 18, b. Cambridge
Mabel Huntlea, daughter, 16, b. Cambridge
Walter Huntlea, son, 14, errand boy for printers b. Cambridge
Dorothy Violet Langford, grandchild, 5, school
Married 36 years, 9 children of which 2 died

Henry is the son of Martha Huntlea who stole a mattress belonging to David Endersby in 1893.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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