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134 Sturton Street

A Bricklayer and a General Labourer

Robin Hood Cottages – these are being built at the time of the 1881 Census.


Robert Sharman, 33, Bricklayer, b. Cambridge

Mary A Sharman, 34, b. Quy, Cambs

Samuel Furniss, 27, Lodger, Bricklayer, b. Fen Drayton


Charles Newman, 52, general labourer, b. Fen Ditton

Annie Newman, 50, b. Fen Ditton

Kerenhappuck Newman, 16, char day girl, b. Fen Ditton

Elizabeth Newman, 13, b. Cambridge

Hannah Newman, 11, b. Cambridge

Joseph Newman, 9, b. Cambridge

Alice M Newman, 8, b. Cambridge

Martha Todd, 74, widow, mother-in-law, b. Reach

(Kerenhappuck is a Hebrew name and means ‘Horn of Plenty’)


Stephen Tingey, head, 50, married, trade plaster, b. Cambridge
Louisa Tingey, wife, 50, married, college servant, b. Stretham
Emma Rosett Tingey, daughter, 27, b. Chesterton
Nellie Tingey, daughter, 23, jam factory hand, b. Cambridge
Stephen Tingey, son, 18, labourer for council, b. Cambridge
Bertha Queen Elizabeth Tingey, daughter, 15, b. Cambridge
Bertham Tingey, son, 13, b. Cambridge
George Tingey, son, 11, b. Cambridge
William Tingey, son, 3, b. Cambridge
Married 28 years, 8 children

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


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