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19 Ainsworth Street

Labourers and a Printer

Number 19 is one of a terrace of the three houses on the west side of Ainsworth Street.

Samuel Braybrook, 37, Labourer in Coal Yard, b Elsworth
Jane Braybrook, 31, b Girton
Frederick S. E. Braybrook, 2, b Cambridge

Jane & Samuel live at 30 Ainsworth Street between 1891 and 1901.

Charles Jolly (24) printer and compositor, and his wife Susan (26) both originally from Essex, live here with their 10-month-old son Sidney.

Alfred Gawthrop, 44, Wood Labourer, b Cambridge
Mary A Gawthrop, 45, b Waterbeach, Cambs
Agnes Gawthrop, 14, b Impington, Cambs
Norman Gawthrop, 7, b Impington, Cambs
Winnie Gawthrop, 4, b Impington, Cambs
Stella Gawthrop, 10 months, Cambridge

Robert William Blake, 27, vanman for the Cooperative Society bakery, b. Cambridge (he wrote his name as “William Blake” and added an “R” in front, but signed it in full.)
Clara E Blake, 28, b. Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire
Frederick C Blake, 21, brother, brewers’ clerk, b. Cambridge
Robert and Carla are 3 years married with no children.

Charlotte Lee, 39, widow, born in Ipswich, household duties
Beatrice Maude Lee, 9, born in Ipswich, full time at school
Kathleen May Lee, 2 years 11 months, born in Cambridge

Sources: UK census records (1881 to 1921)


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