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32 Sturton Street

Carpenter's Apprentices

This building no longer stands.


Leonard Baker, head, married, 30, G E Railway horse inspector, b. Depden, Suffolk
Anne Baker, wife, married, 33, b. Somerton, Suffolk
John L. Baker, son, 5, scholar, b. Mile End, Middlesex
William H. Baker, son, 4 months, b. Tottenham, Middlesex
Edith Jane Baker, daughter, 2, b. Lowestoft, Suffolk




Mary Ann Mitchell, 40, widow, b. Suffolk

William J Mitchell, 15, carpenter’s apprentice, b. Bethnal Green, London

Maud Mitchell, 13, possibly born Stratford, unclear on Census

John Mitchell, 7, b. Cambridge

George S Prince, 18, boarder, carpenter’s apprentice, b. Cambridgeshire

Willgress Fred Miller, 22, boarder, b. Suffolk (occupation is illegible)

Not on the 1911 Census.

Sources –  1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 Census



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