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174 Sturton Street

A Postman and a Coach Builder


Phoebe Ann Camps, 35, dressmaker, b. Waterbeach

Alice R Camps, 11, scholar, b. Cambridge

William John Camps, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge

Edward Charles Camps, 2, b. Cambridge

The family has moved to Norfolk Terrace by 1891.  Phoebe died in 1897 and is buried in Mill Road Cemetery.


George Pilsworth, 26, Postman and Stamper, b. Cambridge

Ellen Pilsworth, 27, b. Bottisham Lode, Cambs

Florence E E Pilsworth, 1, b. Cambridge

Not Named Pilsworth, 3 weeks old, b. Cambridge

Laura Cutting, 25, Domestic Nurse, b. Newmarket, Suffolk


Henry Bryant, 35, coach builder, b. Essex

Alice Bryant, 33, b. Essex

Bertha Bryant, 9, b. Cambridge

May Bryant, 7, b. Cambridge

Leslie Bryant, 3, b. Cambridge

Sidney Bryant, 1, b. Cambridge


Henry Bryant, head, 45, widower [4 children], coach builder, b. Great Bardfield, Essex
Bertha Bryant, daughter, 19, b. Cambridge
May Bryant, daughter, 17, b. Cambridge
Leslie Bryant, son, 13, school, b. Cambridge
Sidney Bryant, son, 11, school, b. Cambridge

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


Henry Bryant, b 23.10.1865, master coachbuilder

Gertrude M, b 29.6.1893

[See 176 Sturton Street and ‘Pamela Mary Bryant – memories of 65 Years in Sturton Street’ by Cathy Douglas}


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