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90 Sturton Street

A Brewer and a Blacksmith


First Household

Charles Rash, head, married, 33, coal carter, b. West Wratting, Cambridgeshire
Rebecca Rash, wife, married, 32, b. Brinkley, Cambridge
Helen Rash, daughter, 9, scholar, b. West Wratting
Alice Rash, daughter, 7, scholar, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
Charles Rash, son, 5, scholar, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
Frederic Rash, son, 2, b. St Andrew the Less parish, Cambridge
William Rash, son, 3 weeks, b. St Andrew the Less parish,

Second Household

CambridgeWilliam Webb, head, married, 24, omnibus driver, b. West Wickham, Cambridgeshire
Emma Webb, wife, married, 22, b. Cottenham, Cambridgeshire


John Chapman, 38 Brewers Labourer, New Chesterton, Cabirdgshire

Maria Chapman, 31, Wymondham, Norfolk

Ada Chapman, 11, b. Woolwich, Kent

William J Chapman, 9, b. Plumstead, Kent


William Polled, 63, blacksmith, b. Soham

Louisa Polled 73, b. Cambridge

William E Turner, 33, boarder, painter, b. Cambridge


Frederick Tabor, head, 52, married, carman for Corporation b. Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire
Charlotte Tabor, wife, 63, married, b. Colchester, Essex
Married 22 years, 0 children

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 Census


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