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37 Sturton Street

A Laundress and a Journeyman Plumber

1881

Samuel S. Saward, head, married, 31, telegraphist (G E Railway), b. Clapton, Middlesex
Annie Maria Saward, wife, married, 29, b. St Ives, Huntingdonshire
Lionel O. S. Saward, son, 4, scholar, b. Cambridge
Victor Hubert Saward, son, 2, b. Cambridge
Louis Poirson, lodger, unmarried, 24, cook Spiers & Pond, France

(Spiers & Pond created cafes at railway stations, owned theatre restaurants and hotels.)

1891

Mary Ann Ayres, 70, Widow, Laundress, b. Little Hadham, Hertfordshire

1901

Harriet Vigins, 42, (not Head, not Widow, married), b. London

Eva Vigins, 11, b. Cambridge

1911

Walter Parmiter, head, 40, married, journeyman plumber, b. Portsmouth
Addelaide Parmiter, wife, 30, married, b. Cambridge
Amy Parmiter, daughter, 6, b. Cambridge
Addelaide Parmiter, daughter, 5, b. Cambridge
Rose Parmiter, daughter, 2, b. Cambridge
Married 7 years, 3 children

Walter boarded at number 3 Sturton Street in 1901.

Sources – 1881, 1891, 1901 UK Census

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