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148 Sturton Street

A Carpenter


James Moon, head, married, 24, carpenter & joiner, b. Macclesfield, Cheshire
Rebecca Moon, wife, married, 24, b. Toft, Cambridgeshire
Perceval J. Moon, son, 10 months, b. Cambridge


Nathaniel Harmsworth Woodhouse, 28, Carpenter, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Ann Woodhouse, 29, Sawston, Cambs

Nathaniel and Elizabeth married in 1884


Elfreda C Tabor, 31, (Head of household, married), b. Cambridge

Jack Tabor, 4, b. Cambridge

Benjamin Henry Tabor, 2, b. Cherry Hinton

Harry A D Tabor, 5 months, b. Cherry Hinton

Husband, John Osborne Tabor, is a College Porter at Trinity and is at work on the night of the Census.


Jonathan Clark, head, 59, married, carpenter and joiner, own account, b. Cambridge
Emma Clark, wife, 59, married, b. Cambridge
Ernest Jonathan Clark, grandson, 11, school, b. Cambridge
Married 37 years, 1 child

Emma Clark died in 1918 and is buried in Mill Road Cemetery.  Her grandson, Ernest, died in World War 1 and is remembered on Emma’s gravestone. Ernest was a Private in the 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Sources: 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery, Civil Registration Marriage Index (1837-1915),


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