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68 Sturton Street

A Baker and a Brewer


Simeon Hutley, head, married, 31, shoemaker, b. Stanstead, Essex
Lucy Maria Hutley, wife, married, 28, b. Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire
Emma Eliza Hutley, daughter, 6, scholar, b. Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire
Susannah Hutley, daughter, 4, scholar, b. Weeden, Northamptonshire


George Anderson, 23, Journeyman Baker, b. Cambridge

Mary Anderson, 24, b. Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire


John G Hewitt, 36, brewer’s labourer, b. Wimpole

Sarah A Hewitt, 35, b. Cambridge

Percy S Hewitt, 6, b. Cambridge


William Burling, head, 33, married, tailor maker, b. Sunderland
Mary Burling, wife, 33, married, b. Cambridge
Saidee Burling, daughter, 5, b. Cambridge
Married 6 years, 1 child

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census

CIP 26.7.1895: Charlie Pamment (24) labourer, 68 Sturton Street, charged with stealing a Hospital collection box, value 6d, containing a sum of money unknown, from the Waggon and Horses, East Road on July 19th. 


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