53 Ainsworth Street
Two L.N.W.R workers and a Boiler Smith
Number 53 is one of a terrace of four houses on the west side of Ainsworth Street.
Thomas Markham, 30, Engine Fireman on LNWR, b. Gt Linford, Buckinghamshire
Charlotte Markham, 29, b. Burley, Hampshire
Emma M Markham, 5, Scholar, b. Cambridge
Thomas C Markham, 3, b. Cambridge
Wilfred P Markham, 8 months, b. Cambridge
Arthur G Snoxall, 20, Lodger, Engine Fireman on LNWR, b. Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire
The Barrett family are living here in 1891. They have moved from Adam & Eve Street.
Henry Barrett, a 34-year-old, boiler smith is head of household with his wife Ann. They have five children, two of their children have died since the 1881 Census, Annie and Harry Charles.
Florence, 15, Frederick, 8, Sidney, 6 and Blanch 4 are all school children. Baby Bertram is one year old. The whole family were born in Cambridge.
By 1901 the family have moved to 88 Ainsworth Street and there are two more children.
Thomas Sadler, 47, Farm Labourer, b. Coton, Cambridgeshire
Lizzie Sadler, 46, b. Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire
George Sadler, 23, Railway Engine Cleaner, b. Coton, Cambridgeshire
Joseph Sadler, 19, Gardener’s Labourer, b. Coton, Cambridgeshire
Amy Sadler, 13, b. Cambridge
Dora Sadler, 10, b. Cambridge
Cissy Sadler, 8, b. Cambridge
Alfred Sadler, 5, b. Cambridge
May Sadler, 3, b. Cambridge
Ethel Sadler, 2, b. Cambridge
Arthur Muncey, 37, builders’ labourer, b. Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire
Ada Muncey, 36, b. Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire
Arthur Theodore Muncey, 11, b. Cambridge
Victor Louis Muncey, 10, b. Cambridge
Leonard George Muncey, 6, b. Cambridge
Stanley Owen Muncey, 1, b. Cambridge
Arthur and Ada are 12 years married and have 4 children.
Sources: UK census records (1881, 1891, 1901, 1911),