34 Ainsworth Street
G.E.R. workers and a Machinist
Number 34 is one of a terrace of five houses standing on the east side of Ainsworth Street.
Frederick Snelling (married), 35, Engine Driver on GER, b Bury St Edmunds Suffolk
Frederick Snelling, 8, Scholar, Cambridge
Margaret Tucker (widow), 30, b Coton
Albert Tucker, 10, b Cambridge
Emily Tucker, 4, b Cambridge
Mable, 11 months, b Cambridge
Head of Household is James Morley Hobbs, a 35-year old joiners machinist originally from Dullingham, Cambridgeshire.
He married Sarah Baker, from Bungay, Suffolk, in 1890.
They have a visitor recorded on this census, Eliza Baker, 44, a laundress also from Bungay. She is Sarah’s older sister.
They’ve moved to 94 Gwydir Street by 1901.
James died in 1905.
Edward Tomlin, 28, Railway Engine Stoker, b St Albans, Hertfordshire
Alice Tomlin, 29, b Needham Market Suffolk
Susan White, Head of household, has written married rather than divorced, 57, Monthly Nurse, b. Foxton, Cambridgeshire
Emily Rosina White, 26, Dressmaker, b. Cambridge
Cyril Frank White, 15, Page Boy on GER, b. Cambridge
Willie White Chapman, 6, Grandson, b. Cambridge
Susan has written 32 years married, she has had 8 children, 4 are still living.
UK census records (1881 to 1911), England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1837-1915, England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1837-1915