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74 Sturton Street

A Pianoforte Porter


The Sword family.

James Sword, head, married, 28, Cambridge Borough Police Constable, b. Hetherstell, Norfolk
Elizabeth Ann Sword, wife, married, 31, b. Gt Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire
William James Sword, son, 7, scholar, b. Cambridge
Arthur John Sword, son, 6, scholar, b. Cambridge
Thomas O. Sword, son, 3, b. Cambridge
Herbert Sword, son, 1, b. Cambridge

By 1891 the Swords had moved a few doors away to 82 Sturton Street, and had two more children who are included in the census, Annie, daughter, aged 6 & Frederick, son, aged 4.


Charles Plummer, 25, Pianoforte Porter, b. Cambridge

Emma Plummer, 25, b. Cambridge


Arthur Brown, 32, general labourer, b. Balsham, Cambridgeshire

Ellen J Brown, 32, b. Cambridge

Charles W Brown, 5, b. Cambridge


Alfred William Crick, head, 42, married, confectioner for baker, b. Cambridge
Ethel Mary Crick, wife, 23, married, b. Cambridge
Sidney Smith, boarder, 15, errand boy for tobacconists, b. Earith Bridge, Isle of Ely
Ethel Crick, daughter, 1 month, b. Cambridge
Married 1 year, 1 child

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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