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50 Sturton Street

A Bricklayer and a Painter


George A. Manning, head, married, 23, paper hanger, b. Cambridge
Eliza Manning, wife, married, 33, b. Cambridge


William Goode, 37, Bricklayer, b. Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire

Ruth Goode, 35, b. Harston, Cambridgeshire

William T Goode, 16, Stationers Assistant, b. Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire

Charles E Goode, 12, Scholar, b. Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire

Rose E Goode, 4, b. Cambridge


James Bentinck, 37, painter, b. Fordham, Cambridgeshire

Charlotte A Bentinck, 38, b. Hull

Elizabeth M Bentinck, 11, b. Linton

Ernest W Bentinck, 9, b. Linton

Harold D Bentinck, 4, b. Cambridge

Ernest M Willis, 16, boarder, Postman, b. Linton

Arthur Allen, 1, relationship to James not given, ‘Nurse Child’  is written in brackets, b. Bedford


Frederick Peters, head, 44, married, bricklayer, b. Whittlesford, Cambridgeshire
Annie Peters, wife, 40, married, b. Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire
Married 12 years, 1 child that died

20th June 1913: “Fire at Kerridge & Shaw’s.  The outbreak was discovered by Mrs Annie Peters of 50 Sturton Street.” the Central Fire Station was called and some residents “Knowing where the hydrant was they immediately set to work to play on the flames, which had broken out in a heap of sawdust and rubbish.”  The article goes on to say that Fred Peters of 50 Sturton Street also helped.

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911  UK Census, Cambridge Independant Press 20th June 1913


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