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64 Ainsworth Street

Journeyman Baker

Number 64 is one of a terrace of four houses with front gardens on the east side of Ainsworth Street.


House uninhabited.


Head of Household is John Nichols Sanders, a 48-year-old journeyman baker born in Cambridge and his wife Elizabeth Mayle Sanders (nee Otley), 48, born in Ely.

The Electoral Register shows them living at 69 Ainsworth Street between 1886 and 1887.

He dies in 1900 and his profession is given as Bill Poster.

In 1901 Elizabeth is living in the property with a Boarder called Beton J Miller, a painter and decorator.

Elizabeth lives at number 64 until her death in 1907.  She and John are buried in Mill Road Cemetery.


Henry Howlett, 35, warehouse porter hardware business, b. Cambridge St Giles

Charlotte Elizabeth Howlett, 30, b. Cambridge Trinity

Henry and Charlotte are 9 years married.  They had one child who died.


UK census records (1881, 1891, 1901, 1911), General Register Office birth, marriage and death indexes (1837 onwards) and England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941, Mill Road Cemetery, Cambridgeshire, England, Electoral Registers, Burgess Rolls and Poll Books, 1722-1966


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