This building no longer stands.
Isaac Smith, head, married, 53, horseman G E Railway, b. Maulden, Bedfordshire
Martha Smith, wife, married, 52, b. Wyddiall, Hertfordshire
Fanny Smith, daughter, 18, seamstress, b. Ampthill, Bedfordshire
Emily A. Smith, daughter, 14, seamstress, b. Ampthill, Bedfordshire
Thomas W. B. Jordison, boarder, unmarried, 26, R C H number man, b. Carlton Husthwaite, Yorkshire (RCH is Railway Clearing House)
John W. Andrews, boarder, married, 24, shunter G E Railway (pointsman), b. Duxford, Cambridgeshire
Isaac Smith, 64, General Labourer, b. Mauldon, Bedfordshire
Martha Smith, 63, b. Wyddial, Hertfordshire
Emily Hetcher, 24, daughter, b. Ampthill, Bedfordshire
Thomas Hetcher, 25, son-in-law, Waiter (Inn), b. Cambridge
Charles Lilley, 42, GER engine driver, Great Chesterford
Julia M Lilley, 42, b. Cambridge
Charles F Lilley, 17, commercial clerk, b. Cambridge
Edith J Lilley, 19, b. Cambridge
Ernest B Lilley, 13, College Servant, b. Cambridge
Frank A Lilley, 10, b. Cambridge
Albert E Lilley, 6, b. Cambridge
Frederick G Lilley, 4, b. Cambridge
Rose M Lilley, 8 months, b. Cambridge
Not on the 1911 Census.
Sources – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 Census
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