17 Hooper Street is in Leeds Terrace, which was built in the 1870s.
Benjamin Banyard, 36, fireman on railway, b. Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire
Harriet Banyard, 34, b. Teversham, Cambridgeshire
Arthur J. Banyard, 13, printing machine hand, b. Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire
Albert W. Banyard,11, b. scholar, Cherryhinton, Cambridgeshire
Alice E. Banyard, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge
Herbert Banyard, 2, b. Cambridge
Walter H Curry, 38, railway signal fitter, b. Stratford, Essex
Harriett Curry, 36, b. Dunham, Norfolk
Alfred Curry, 13, b. Cambridge
Walter Curry, 11, b. Cambridge
Ernest Curry, 8, b. Cambridge
George Curry, 6, b. Cambridge
Jenny Curry, 4, b. Cambridge
Harriet Curry, 13, b. Cambridge
William Maltby, 51, railway telegraph fireman, b. Cambridge
Elizabeth Maltby, 49, b. Whittlesford, Cambridgeshire
Frederick Maltby, 24, draper’s commercial traveller, b. Cambridge
William John Maltby, widower, 61, telegraph foreman, Great Eastern Railway, b. Cambridge
From around 1913 into the 1930s, the house was occupied by George and Emily Matthews and their children. George was a gas fitter. By 1939 the house was in the possession of Albert and Nellie Jaggard and their children. Albert was also a gas fitter. The Jaggard family lived at 17 Hooper Street until at least the 1970s.
UK census records (1841 to 1911), General Register Office birth, marriage and death indexes (1837 onwards), the 1939 England and Wales Register, electoral registers and trade directories.
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