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182 Sturton Street, far left in 1964

182 Sturton Street

An Ironmonger and a Cabinet Maker


Matthew Allen, head, married, 34, carpenter & grocer, b. Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Susan Allen, wife, married, 35, b. Cambridge
Susan Lane, niece, 12, scholar, b. Cambridge


Charles W. Mitchell, 34, Ironmongers Assistant, b Oakington, Cambs

Susannah Mitchell, 36, General Shopkeeper, b. Cambridge

Ada Mitchell, 13, b. Cambridge


Robert C Knights, 36, cabinet maker, works at home, b. Cherry Hinton

Emma Knights, 33, b. Grantchester

Albert Knights, 12, b. Cambridge

Edward Knights, 10, b. Cambridge

William Knights, 6, b. Cambridge

May Knights, 2, b. Cambridge

Daisy Knights, 9 months, b. Cambridge

Marshall Fisher, 64, widower, visitor, farm labourer, b. Huntingdon


Robert Cornwell Knights, head, 43, married, upholsterer, Cambridgeshire
Florance Mary Knights, wife, 35, married, Cambridgeshire
Lilian Julian Knights, daughter, 16, school, b. Cambridge
May Emily Susan Knights, daughter, 12, school, b. Cambridge
Daisy Florance Victoria Knights, daughter, 10, school, b. Cambridge
Harold Herbert Knights, son, 8, school, b. Cambridge
Married 4 years, 0 children [by second wife]

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK  Census


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