Richard Begsworth, head, married, 57, publican, b. Walthamstow, Essex
Jane Begsworth, wife, married, 32, b. Chigwell, Essex
Richard Begsworth, son, 9, scholar, b. Chigwell, Essex
Alice Begsworth, daughter, 7, scholar, b. Chigwell, Essex
William A. Begsworth, son, 5, scholar, b. Chigwell, Essex
Bertie Begsworth, son, 1, b. Harlow, Essex
Frederick Begsworth, son, 2 months, b. Cambridge
Eliza Speed, mother-in-law, widow, 68, formerly beer house keeper, b. Ongar, Essex
Eliza Moore, servant, 14, general servant domestic, b. Harlow, Essex
James Scott, 40, Widower, Clerk, b. Baldock, Hertfordshire
Fanny E Scott, 15, Scholar, b. St Pancras, London
Arthur J Scott, 13, Scholar, b. Newton, Cambridgeshire
Eliza Scott, 74, Mother of James, Widow, Housekeeper to family, b. Norton Baldock, Hertfordshire
Henry F Watts, 35, Licensed Victualler, b. Southampton
Mary E Watts, 29, b. Croydon, Surrey
Ethel A Watts, 2, b. Cambridge
Jennie M Watts, 11 months, b. Cambridge
Alice Lawrence, 41, General Domestic Servant, b. Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire
Rhoda Faircliff, 83, widow, O A pensioner, b. Cheveley, Cambridgeshire
Sources – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census
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