Thomas Poole and his family lived here in 1881. He moved to Gwydir Street and then to 100 Ainsworth Street where he died in 1909. He is buried in Mill Road Cemetery with his wife Sophie, and three of their children, Ellen, Annie and Elsie.
John E Gray, 33, Joiner, b. Chopperton, Northumberland
Emma Gray, 28, b. Burnham, Somerset
Sylvia A Gray, 7, b. Epsom, Surrey
Ernest J Gray, 5, b. Epsom, Surrey
Bruce F Gray, 1, b. Cambridge
Thomas H Gray, 2 months, b. Cambridge
James Rowlinson, 36, draper’s porter, b. Trumpington
Ann Rowlinson, 46, b. Newport, IOW
Violet A G L Rowlinson, 1, b. Cambridge
Frederick Henry Marsh, head, 26, married, baker’s vanman, b. West Wratting, Cambridgeshire
Edith Amelia Marsh, wife, 28, married, b. Cambridge
Frederick John Marsh, son, 5 months, b. Cambridge
Married 3 years, 1 child
Source – 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,
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