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143 Sturton Street

A Whitesmith and a Groom


Thomas Haigh, 43, tailor, b. Cambridge

Faithful Haigh, 42, b. Gillingham, Kent

Emma Haigh, 17, machinist, b. Chatham, Kent

Kate Haigh, 15, dressmaker, b. Chatham, Kent

Harry Haigh, 13, scholar, b. Gillingham, Kent

Frank Haigh, 12, scholar, b. Cambridge

John Haigh, 10, scholar, b. Cambridge

William Haigh, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge

Algar George Haigh, 7, scholar, b. Cambridge

Minnie Haigh, 4, scholar, b. Cambridge

Dolly (Dorothy)  Haigh, 3, scholar, b. Cambridge

Archibald Haigh, 1, b. Cambridge

Lillian Haigh, 1 month, b. Cambridge

Faithful and Thomas are buried in Mill Road Cemetery, along with their son Harry and daughter Lillian.  Her son Algar, daughter Dorothy and son Thomas Charles are also buried there.


George Carter, 30, Whitesmith, b. Cheltenham, Gloucester

Julia Carter, 28, b. Kirtling, Cambs

George R Carter, 6, Scholar, b. Chelsea, London

Walter V Carter, 5, Scholar, b. Chelsea, London

Alice E Carter, 3, Scholar, b. Fulham, London

Alexandria Carter, 1, b. Cambridge

Harold J E Carter, 5 months, b. Cambridge

Grace M Barrett, 13, Domestic Servant, b. Cambridge


Ephraim H Hooks, 40, horseman (groom) G.E.R, b. Cambridge

Kezia Hooks, 41, b. Lynn, Norfolk

Robert S Hooks, 14, errand boy, b. Shoreham, Norfolk

George Hooks, 6, b. Lynn, Norfolk

Emma Hooks, 9, b. Lynn, Norfolk

John Hooks, 3, b. Cambridge

Thomas Harvey, 46, boarder, horseman (groom) G.E.R


Charles Newman, head, 62, married, bricklayers labourer, b. Fen Ditton
Ann Newman, wife, 59, married, b. Fen Ditton
Joseph Newman, son, 19, printers labourer, b. Cambridge
Alice Newman, daughter, 18, dress maker, b. Cambridge
Married 40 years, 11 children of which 1 died


Frederick C Mansfield, born December 1912, painter & decorator.
Ena Kathleen Mansfield (nee Crouch), born July 1910.

Ena grew up at 22 Ainsworth Street, where her mother and sister Ada still live.

Sources – 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, 1939 Register


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