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178 Sturton Street

The Family of a Railway Worker


Hannah Freestone (nee Wilderspin), annuitant, 71, widow, b. Cambridge

Hannah lived at The City Arms in 1871.  She died shortly after the census was taken, and is buried in Mill Road Cemetery.


Thomas W Hall, 32, Railway Stoker, Fulbourn, Cambs

Sarah N Hall, 33, Chesterton, Cambs

Herbert W Hall, 3, b. Cambridge

George F Hall, 7 months, b. Cambridge

John C Hewitt, 26, Lodger, Labourer, b. Wimpole, Cambs


Thomas Hall, 42, railway engine driver, b. Fulbourn

Sarah Hall, 43, b. Chesterton

Herbert Hall, 13, b. Cambridge

George Hall, 10, b. Cambridge

Sidney Hall, 9, b. Cambridge

Arthur Hall, 3, b. Cambridge

Frank Hall, 21, cousin, railway engine stoker, b. Fulbourn


Harry Witt, head, 42, married, bricklayer, b. Cambridge
Louisa Witt, wife, 41, married, b. Cambridge
Florence Witt, daughter, 16, b. Cambridge
Sidney Witt, son, 8, school, b. Cambridge
Married 17 years, 2 children

Source – 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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