Benjamin Bull, a 56-year-old carpenter from Suffolk is living here with his wife Harriet (nee Juby), who was born in Bury St Edmunds. Benjamin and Harriet married in Bury St. Edmunds in 1864. They have two children, Agnes, 16, who is working as a pupil teacher and Benjamin, aged 8, a school child.
Benjamin died in 1890 and is buried in Mill Road Cemetery, but Harriet died in Accrington in 1909 and is buried there.
William J Powell, 46, Telegraph Clerk, b. Battersea, London
Sarah Powell, 52, b. Aldgate, London
Elizabeth H Powell, 18, Dressmaker, b. Stratford
Sarah A Powell, 18, Typewriter, b. Stratford
William E Powell, 12, Scholar, b. Bermondsey
Albert Souter, 29, Post Office employee, b. Cambridge
Mary A Souter, 27, b. Isleham
Stanley H R E Souter, 6 months, b. Cambridge
Frederick G Cower, 17, boarder, Post Office employee
Florence Brayshaw, occupier, 33, single, maternity nurse, District Nursing Association, b. York
Kathleen Wallis, joint occupier, 28, single, railway mission worker, Railway Mission, b. Forest Gate [?]
Sources – 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005, Mill Road Cemetery, National Burial Index For England & Wales,
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