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155 Sturton Street

A Police Constable and a Brewer's Labourer

Haylock Cottages


Joshua Barton, head, married, 60, brewer at asylum, b. Cambridge
Jessie Barton, wife, married, 64, b. Dullingham, Cambridgeshire


Walter Goddard, 30, Police Constable, b. Upwell, Cambs

Sophia Goddard, 31, b. Outwell, Cambs

Ruby N Goddard, 9, Scholar, b. Cherry Hinton, Cambs

Walter S Goddard, 5, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Ruth Goddard, 10 months, b. Cambridge


Frederick E Dellar, 31, brewer’s labourer, b. Wimpole

Emma Dellar, 27, b. Cambridge

Frank H Nix, 14, nephew, errand boy, b. Cambridge


Frederick Ellis Dellar, head, 41, married, brewers labourer, b. Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Emma Dellar, wife, 37, married, b. Cambridge
Frank Henry Nixon, nephew, 23, single, brewers labourer, b. Cambridge
Frederick Henry Dellar, son, 11, b. Cambridge
Married 16 years, 1 child

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census



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