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25 Kingston Street

An Inspector of Police & a railway clerk


Head of Household is Walter G Turrell.  He is 36 years old and works as a Clerk and Inspector of Police.  Walter was born in Holbrook, Suffolk.  He is married to Annie and has three young children.  Annie is 5, Ethel is 3 and William is 1.


In 1891, 25 Kingston Street was home to Henry and Ann Buckle. 41 year old Anne was married to 44 year old Railway clerk Henry Buckle from Warwickshire.


In 1901, 25 Kingston Street is now home to Emma Clark, a 28 year old from Peterborough. She is married to Ernest Clark, a 27 year old working as a Compositor Printer.


By 1911, Emma and Ernest remain at number 25, though Ernest now works a Printer’s reader. They also now have three children: Walter Ernest, aged 9; Nellie Jane, aged 5; and newborn Edna Emma.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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