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196 Sturton Street

A Town Postman

This property is not on the 1891 Census as it was built in 1896.


The property isn’t listed in the Census as number 196, but uses the name “Etruria Villas” instead.

Walter Lister, 38, town postman, b. Cambridge

Mary Lister, 34, b. Babraham

Walter C Lister, 9, b. Cambridge

Frederick Lister, 6, b. Cambridge

Minnie Lister, 11, b. Cambridge


Tom Flack, head, 47, married, engine cleaner foreman for G E Railway, b. Cambridge
Annie Flack, wife, 47, married, b. Cambridge
Annie Caroline Flack, daughter, 25, shop assistant, confectionery b. Cambridge
Harry Flack, son, 20, college servant for Queens’ College, b. Cambridge
Grace Margaret Flack, daughter, 16, apprentice bookbinding, b. Cambridge
Thomas Wallie Flack, son, 10, scholar, b. Cambridge
Constance Maud Flack, daughter, 8, scholar, b. Cambridge
Arthur George Flack, son, 5, scholar, b. Cambridge
Married 26 years, 6 children

This family has moved from 166 Sturton Street.  Tom lived at 163 Sturton Street in his youth.

Sources: 1891 UK Census, 1901 UK Census, 1911 Census


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