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168 Sturton Street

The Family of an Agent


William T Wesson, 38, Brewer, b. St Benet

Harriet Wesson, 36, b. Trinity

William T P Wesson, 13, Scholar, b. St Andrew the Less

Robert H Wesson, 9, Scholar, b. St Andrew the Less

Harriet E Wesson, 7, Scholar, b. St Andrew the Less

Charles F Wesson, 6, Scholar, b. St Andrew the Less

Phoebe C Wesson, 5, Scholar, b. St Andrew the Less

George Ernest Wesson, 2, b. St Andrew the Less

Purser Jno Wesson, 6 months, b. St Andrew the Less

George Ernest died in 1945 and is buried in Mill Roadf Cemetery.


William J Horobin, 53, Agent (Charity Organisation Society), b. Cambridge

Wilhelmina Horobin, 49, b. Edinburgh, Scotland

Wilhelmina Horobin, 19, Factory Packer (Tea Company), b. East Indies (British Subject)

Arthur Horobin, 14, Messenger Parcel Post Office), b. East Indies (British Subject)

James Horobin, 12, Scholar, b. East Indies (British Subject)


William J Horobin, 63, agent charity, b. Cambridge

Wilhelmina M Horobin, 59, b. Scotland

Henry W Horobin, 7, grandson, b. Birmingham


Walter Henry Winter, head, 42, married, police constable, Cambridge Borough, b. Melbourn, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Winter, wife, 48, married, b. Melbourn, Cambridgeshire
Leonard Winter, son, 13, school, b. Cambridge
May Winter, daughter, 10, school, b. Cambridge
Doris Winter, daughter, 5, b. Cambridge
Married 19 years, 6 children of which 2 died

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


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