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63 Sturton Street

A Tailor and a Shoemaker


William R. Pilgrim, head, married, 31, engine driver at coprolite works, b. Cambridge
Sarah E. Pilgrim, wife, married, 29, b. Cambridge
Agnes Mary Pilgrim, daughter, 9, scholar, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
William R. Pilgrim, son, 7, scholar, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
Edith L. Pilgrim, daughter, 3, scholar, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge

William and his family move to number 3 Ainsworth Street.

William PILGRIM and an unknown lady, possibly his wife Sarah. Used with permission of descendants.


George A Watson, 49, Tailor, b. Cambridge


Albert E Miller, 28, shoemaker, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Miller, 28, b. Cambridge


Joseph Tucker, head, 30, married, railway servant (porter), b. New Lakenham [?], Norwich
Harriet Tucker, wife, 29, married, b. Cambridge
Joseph E Tucker, son, 2, b. Cambridge
William J Tucker, son, 7 months, b. Cambridge
Married 8 years, 2 children

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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