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60 Sturton Street

A Book Agent and Railway Engine Driver


Thomas Scott, head, married, 59, general labourer, b. Hauxton, Cambridgeshire
Hette Scott, wife, married, 60, b. Hauxton, Cambridgeshire
David James Scott, son, 18, apprentice to bootmaker, b. Gt Shelford, Cambridgeshire
Mary A. Whybrow, visitor, widow, 67, nurse, b. Hauxton, Cambridgeshire


Frederick Brigham, 31, Book Agent, b. Yarmouth, Norfolk

Marian Brigham, 29, b. Norwich, Norfolk

Kathleen Brigham, 7, b. Norwich, Norfolk

Cornelius Brigham, 4, b. Cambridge

Bessie Brigham, 2, b. Cambridge

Amelia Brigham, 1, b. Cambridge


William Francis Salisbury, 35, railway engine driver, b. Chesterton

Annie Frances Salisbury (nee Doggett), 33, b. Chesterton

Edith Salisbury, 9, b. Cambridge

Dorothy Salisbury, 8, b. Cambridge

Lilly Salisbury, 6, b. Cambridge

Frank Salisbury,1, b. Cambridge

William Doggett, 65, widower, William’s father-in-law, farm labourer, b. Chesterton

William and Annie are buried in Mill Road Cemetery.


Henry James Baker, head, 42, married, compositor, printing wks, b. Bygrave parish, Baldock, Hertfordshire
Nellie Baker, wife, 40, married, b. St Clement’s parish, Cambridge
Harry James Frederick Baker, son, 16, grocer’s clerk, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
Albert Sidney Baker, son, 14, just left school (no occupation at present), b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
Charles Baser Baker, son, 10, school, b. St Barnabas parish, Cambridge
Elsa Baker, daughter, 7, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
Dorothy Nellie Baker, daughter, 2, b. St Matthew’s parish, Cambridge
Married 16 (nearly 17) years, 5 children

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,


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