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Albert Wallis

175 Sturton Street

A Coach Maker and a Dairyman


James Wilkin, head, married, 30, G E Railway servant, b. Cambridge
Ellen Wilkin, wife, married, 23, b. Cambridge
Albert E. Wilkin, son, 3, b. Cambridge
Frederic J. Wilkin, son, 2, b. Cambridge
Florence Wilkin, daughter, 1 month, b. Cambridge


Henry Bryant, 25, Coach body maker, b.Great Barsfield, Essex.  Bryant ends up going into business with Frederick Howlett, a resident on Abbey Walk. And Bryant and Howlett become an important Cambridge company of coach builders with workshops around the corner on Abbey Walk.

Alice Bryant, 24, b. Berden, Essex


William A Biggs, 39, dairyman, b. Cambridge

Sarah B Biggs, 36, b. Cambridge

Eva F Biggs, 8, b. Cambridge

Frederick C Biggs, 6, b. Cambridge

Albert V Biggs, 4, b. Cambridge

Alice Biggs, 3 months, b. Cambridge


William Strangward, head, 36, married, parcel carman for G E Railway Co., b. Cambridge
Emily Strangward, wife, 35, married, at home, b. Quy, Cambridgeshire
Hilda Strangward, daughter, 14, day girl domestic out a few hours daily, b. Cambridge
Frederick Strangward, son, 13, school, b. Cambridge
Isabella Strangward, daughter, 11, school, b. Cambridge
Grace Strangward, daughter, 5, b. Cambridge
Eva Strangward, daughter, 3, b. Cambridge
Married 15 years, 6 children of which 1 died

This family has moved here from 167 Sturton Street.

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census

1913 (Kellys)

Albert Arthur Wallis, hotel waiter

1918 (Roll of Honour)

Pte Albert Wallis. Died in Perth military hospital 24th October 1918 from wounds received in France on October 8th.


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