16 Ainsworth Street
G.E.R. workers and Mineral Water Maker
Number 16 is one of a terrace of seven houses on the east side of Ainsworth Street.
Robert Topper, 33, Boilermaker on GER, b Bristol
Sarah A. Topper, 28, b Potton
Robert, Topper, 9, Scholar, b Potton
Alfred, Topper, 7, Scholar, b Bromley by Bow
The Hulyer family are now living at number 16. Head of household, Edward is 25 and a mineral water maker and hawker, meaning that he sold the water on the street. His wife is called Mary Ann and they have two young children, Charles aged 4 and Thomas aged 2.
John R. Vair, 35, Boilerman, b Whitby, Yorkshire
Annie Vair, 35, b Hartlepool, Durham
Ida Vair, 8, b Cambridge
Maggie Vair, 5, b Cambridge
Edward Flood, 35, Baker, b. Cambridge
Catherin Flood, 37, b. Cambridge
Claude Flood, 2, b. Cambridge
Edward and Catherine are 8 years married and have 1 child.
The World War 1 Pension Records of Albert Sidney Melton record his wife Dorothy as living at 16 Ainsworth Street. As a child, Albert lived at both number 4 and number 15 Ainsworth Street. Dorothy (nee Rolfe) and Albert married in early 1915. When he is discharged from the Royal Engineers he gives his address as 115a Sturton Street.
UK census records (1881 to 1911), UK, British Army World War I Pension Records 1914-1920