29 Ainsworth Street
Number 29 is one of a terrace of four houses standing on the west side of Ainsworth Street.
Henry G Dicker (Decker / Dicken), 46, Firefighter on GER, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Dicker, 37, b Cambridge
Elanor Dicker, 13, b Cambridge
Annie Dicker, 9, Scholar, b Cambridge
George Dicker, 8, Scholar, b Cambridge
Water Dicker, 6, Scholar, b Cambridge
Isabella Dicker, 3, b Cambridge
Thomas Dicker, 3, b Cambridge
Margaret Dicker, 10 months, b Cambridge
The Palmer family are at number 29 in 1891. Head of Household is George, 41, a Fireman for the Great Eastern Railway. The enumerator was oddly specific when recording George’s place of birth and has written “Covent Garden, Cambridge”.
His wife Ann, 41, is from Great Gonerby in Lincolnshire. Their eldest child George, 11, was also born in Great Gonersby.
Continuing to be specific, the enumerator has recorded “Stone Street” as the place of birth for the youngest child, 7 year old Frederick. Both sons are at School.
Charles Rose, 38, Railway Signalman, b Shelford
Alice Rose, 33, b Bottisham
Annie Rose, 16, Dressmaker, b Swavesey
Harry Rose, 14, Printers Apprentice (compositor), Swavesey
Ralph H. Rose, 11, b Swavesey
Beatrice Rose, 9, b Swavesey
Eva M. Rose, 6, b Swavesey
Doris Rose, 1, b Cambridge
Thomas Pinney, 32, blacksmith striker on GER, b. Ditton, Cambridgeshire
Louisa Pinney, 31, laundress at home, b. Ditton, Cambridgeshire
Thomas and Louisa are 8 years married and have no children.
Edward Ladds – (will be at 2 in 1935, was at 15 in 1901). 29 is the address he gives on his WW1 Service Record.
UK census records (1881 to 1911), World War 1 Service Records