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88 Sturton Street

A Railway Porter and a Bricklayer

Aston Cottages


Edward Tuck, head, married, 27, hotel waiter, b. Fasburgh, Norfolk
Jane Tuck, wife, married, 27, b. Ely, Cambridgeshire
Arthur E. Tuck, son, 4, scholar, b. Norwich Lakenham
Ernest G. Tuck, son, 2, b. Norwich Lakenham
Beatrice L. J. Tuck, daughter, 1, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge


Charles H Drew, 25, Railway Porter, b. North Wootton, Norfolk

Margaret H Drew, 26, b. North Wootton, Norfolk

Ethel M Drew, 8 months, b. Cambridge

Ellen Drew, 13, Visitor, b. North Wootton, Norfolk


Samuel Gibson, 30, bricklayer, b. Cambridge

Nellie Gibson, 29, b. Cambridge

Leonard W Gibson, 2, b. Cambridge

Gertrude Potton, Samuel’s niece, 6, b. Fulbourn


Arthur Brown, head, 40, married, labourer for Corporation, b. Balsham, Cambridgeshire
Ellen G Brown, wife, 40, married, b. Cambridge
Charles W Brown, son, 15, grocer’s errand boy, b. Cambridge
Arthur H Brown, son, 8, b. Cambridge
Mary Dye, niece, 20, b. Cambridge
Married 17 years, 2 children

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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