59 Ainsworth Street
Great Eastern Railway workers
Number 59 is one of a pair of mid-terrace houses on the west side of Ainsworth Street.
Thomas Green, 41, Labourer on Railway, b. St Albans, Huntingdonshire
Jane Green, 38, b. Cambridge
Thomas Green, 16, Errand Boy, b. Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
Alfred Green, 14, Errand Boy, b. Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
Jessie Green, 10, Scholar, b. Cambridge
George Green, 7, Scholar, b. Cambridge
Herbert Green, 4, Scholar, b. Cambridge
Nettie Green, 2, b. Cambridge
Head of Household is George Clayton Newman, a 31-year-old Guard on the Great Eastern Railway, originally from Bottisham, Cambridgeshire. He is married to Jane who was born in Beccles.
There are two small children, Percy George Clayton aged 2 and 10-month-old Ada.
By 1901 they have moved to 96 Ainsworth Street, where they stay until at least 1911.
William W Youngman, 31, Coal Carter, b. Bentley, Suffolk
Phoebe Youngman, 30, b. Cambridge
Ellen Youngman, 11, b. Cambridge
Ernest Youngman, 7, b. Cambridge
Harry Youngman, 2, b. Cambridge
James Moss, 69, widow, GER labourer, b. Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk
Arthur Moss, 33, James’s son, hotel waiter, b. Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk
Pamela Moss, 26, Arthur’s wife, b. Clerkenwell, London
Gladys Moss, 1, child of Arthur and Pamela, b. Cherry Hinton
James was 50 years married, had 8 children 2 of whom have died.
Arthur and Pamela are 5 years married, they had 3 children, 2 of whom have died.
Source – 1881, 1891, 1901 & 1911 UK Census