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149 Sturton Street

The Family of an Agent


Caroline Crisp, wife, married, 24, wife of barman in hospital, b. Trumpington, Cambridgeshire – her husband is Frederick Crisp and is currently in Addenbrooke’s Hospital.  He’s recorded as a Publican.
Frederick Crisp, son, 1, b. Cambridge
Thomas Crisp, son, 10 days, b. Cambridge
Julia Marshall, sister, unmarried, 19, nurse (domestic servant), b. Trumpington, Cambridgeshire


John Aaron Brown, 50, Corn Hay and General Agent, b. Earith, Huntingdonshire

Rosetta Ann Brown, 48, b. Hillrow, Isle of Ely, Cambs

Henry J Brown, 19, Apprentice Cabinet Maker, b. Earith, Huntingdonshire

Kate E Brown, 17, Apprentice Book Sewer, b. Ely, Cambs


John A Brown, 60, Commission Agent, b. Earith, Huntingdonshire

Rosetta A Brown, 58, b. Hillrow, Isle of Ely, Cambs

Kate E Brown, 27, Book Sewer, b. Ely, Cambs

John and Ann are buried in Mill Road Cemetery.


Thomas Frederick Sargent, head, 49, married, warehouseman for grocer, b. Exning, Suffolk
Amelia Sargent, wife, 45, married, b. Swaffham, Cambridgeshire
Frederick Charles Sargent, son, 18, shop porter for grocer, b. Cambridge
Gertrude Sargent, daughter, 20, dressmaker at home, b. Cambridge
Married 22 years, 3 children

Thomas and Amelia move to 80 Ainsworth Street by 1921.

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,


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