Octavius Osborne, head, married, 33, guard G E Railway, b. Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire
Eliza Osborne, wife, married, 33, b. Risby, Suffolk
Frederick Ivett, 27, Stone Mason, b. Fen Drayton, Cambs
Harriet Henrietta Ivett, 25, b. Horseheath, Cambs
Samuel Witherow, 19, Lodger, Stone Mason, b. St Ives, Huntingdonshire
Joel Parcell, 19, Lodger, Carpenter, b. Orwell, Cambs
Frederick set up a well known business called IVETT AND READ which was located at 45 Mill Road closeby the gates to the Mill Road Cemetery and Frederick and Harriet are buried in Mill Road Cemetery. The stone masons called IVETT AND READ then relocated with a Head Office at 615 Newmarket Road, and is still there in business today!
Thomas Cracknel, 40, milk deliverer, b. West Wratting
Sarah Cracknel, 39, b. Swavesey
Thomas L Cracknel, 16, print compositor apprentice, b. Cambridge
Agnes S Cracknel, 13, (her job is illegible on the census), b. Cambridge
Alice M Cracknel, 11, b. Cambridge
Emma L Cracknel, 9, b. Cambridge
Nellie H Cracknel, 5, b. Cambridge
Thomas Cracknell, head, 51, married, scaffolder, b. West Wratten [Wratting?], Cambridgeshire
Sarah Cracknell, wife, 49, married, b. Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Alice Maud Cracknell, daughter, 21, waitress for cafe, b. Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Nellie Katheen Cracknell, daughter, 15, bookbinder, b. Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Henry James Cracknell, son, 8, b. Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Married 27 years, 6 children
Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,
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