60 Ainsworth Street
Great Eastern Railway engine fitter
Number 60, otherwise known as Wilton Cottage, is one of a terrace of four houses with front gardens on the east side of Ainsworth Street.
Thomas Cassott, 38, Engine Fitter on GER, b. Boston, Lincolnshire
Alice Cassott, 33, b. Lanston, Lancashire
Thomas Cassott, 12, Scholar, b. Peterborough
William Smith is Head of Household in 1891. He is 71 and was born in Hilgay, Norfolk. Previous Census returns show him living on King Street in 1851 and 1861 where he was a Master Baker.
His wife was Frances and they had two sons, William and Alfred Charles. Frances died in 1866 and he married Maria Clark on 12th November 1867. William remained a baker and moved to Acton, Middlesex and then Sunbury, Middlesex. Maria died in 1883.
In 1891 William is living with Elizabeth Smith, from West Wickham in Kent 61. The Census records her as his wife.
William, Frances and Maria are all buried together in Mill Road Cemetery.
Matthias H Mann, 59, Bricklayer, b. Royston, Hertfordshire
Caroline Mann, 59, b. Royston, Hertfordshire
Edwin E Mann, 16, Bricklayer, b. Royston, Hertfordshire
Dora Mann, 14, b. Royston, Hertfordshire
Robert Edward Parker, 58, Foreman of gravel diggers, b. Croft Marsh, Lincolnshire
Sarah Eliza Parker, 53, b. Barton. Cambridgeshire
Walter Edward Parker, 31, Naval Pensioner, Invalid, b. Cambridge. (Walter is invalided out of the Royal Navy with “disseminated sclerosis”, what we know as multiple sclerosis, in August 1910. He died in 1914.)
Emma Eliza Parker, 26, b. Cambridge, Lepus 11 years old
Frederick Flack, 42, Robert’s brother-in-law, Royal Marine Pensioner / coal porter b. Cambridge
Sunnah Smith, 82, Lodger, b. Cambridge
Robert and Sarah are 36 years married and have 6 children.
Source – 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 & 1911Census, England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973, Mill Road Cemetery, UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen’s Services, 1848-1939