21 Ainsworth Street
Railway workers and a birth at Sea
Number 21 is one of a terrace of the three houses on the west side of Ainsworth Street.
George Stevens, 28, Railway Signalman, b Bladlaw Buckinghamshire
Albert Whye, 25, and a Railway Porter originally from Waterbeach is Head of Household. He is married to Ellen Louisa Whye (nee Goodenough), 26.
The Census records that she was born in St. Helena (the 1881 Census says she was born “on the sea”. Her elder brother was born in Saugor, East India).
They have a two-month-old daughter called Gladys.
William Perkins , 20, a c lerk at a lawyer’s lodges with them. He was born in Arthingworth, Northamptonshire.
Ellen is buried in Mill Road Cemetery.
James Kefford, 26, Mineral Water Maker, b Trumpington
Alice Kefford, 26, b Quy, Cambs
Henry Joseph Fairweather, 31, baker, b. Cambridge
Rose Mabel Fairweather, 28, b. Cambridge
Ivy Rose Fairweather, 7, b. Cambridge
Henry and Rose are 9 years married and have 1 child.
UK census records (1881 to 1911), Mill Road Cemetery