Robert H. Nelson, head, married, 47, engine fitter G E Railway, b. Worstead, Norfolk
Emily Nelson, wife, married, 37, b. Kings Lynn, Norfolk
Thomas Nelson, son, 19, porter G N Railway, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
Robert Nelson, son, 17, assistant at museum, b. Kings Lynn, Norfolk
Mary L. Nelson, daughter, 13, scholar, b. Swaffham, Norfolk
William Nelson, son, 11, scholar, b. Swaffham, Norfolk
Francis Nelson, daughter, 8, scholar, b. Swaffham, Norfolk
Emily Nelson, daughter, 6, scholar, b. Cambridge
Henry A. Nelson, son, 5, scholar, b. Cambridge
Minnie M. Nelson, daughter, 1, b. Cambridge
Richard Miller, 61, Waiter at an Inn (there were many Inns nearby on East Road & Newmarket Road) , b. Ashden, Essex
Elizabeth Miller, 63, b. Bath, Somerset
Florence Miller, 18, b. Cambridge
John Reynolds, 43, bricklayer, b. Cambridge
Hepzibah Reynolds, 41, b. Cambridge
John Reynolds, 19, bricklayer, b. Cambridge
Ethel Reynolds, 17, factory hand, b. Cambridge
Charles Reynolds, 13, errand boy, b. Cambridge
Francis Reynolds, 11, b. Cambridge
Alice Reynolds,9, b. Cambridge
Harry Reynolds, 7, b. Cambridge
Amy Reynolds, 5, b. Cambridge
William Reynolds, 1, b. Cambridge
Ethel Goode, 8, niece, b. Cambridge
145 Sturton Street doesn’t appear on the 1911 Census.
Sources – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census
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