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96 Sturton Street

Two Large Families


Thomas R. Lewis, head, married, 25, railway clark, b. Honiton, Somerset
Mary Lewis, wife, married, 24, b. Pontypridd, Wales
Elizabeth A. Lewis, daughter, 4 months, b. Barnsbury, Middlesex


Charles Meadows, 46, Cooper, b. St Ives, Huntingdonshire

Helena E Meadows, 40, b. Cambridge

Helena L Meadows, 21, Dressmaker, b. Cambridge

Henry F Meadows, 20, Compositor (Print) Apprentice, b. Cambridge

Frederick C Meadows, 19, Clerk, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Meadows, 17, General Servant, (Domestic) b. Cambridge

Herbert G Meadows, 16, Grocer’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Amelia C Meadows, 13, General Servant, (Domestic),  b. Cambridge

Alice R Meadows, 12, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Percy Meadows, 6, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Mabel F Meadows, 5, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Frank S Meadows, 2, b. Cambridge


Phillip Stocker, 57, cab driver / groom, b. Swavesey

Eliza A Stocker, 50, b. Orwell

Walter Stocker, 27, cab driver / groom, b. Barrington

Ethel F Stocker, 18, servant (domestic), b. Cambridge

Alice B Stocker, 17, servant (domestic), b. Cambridge

Phillip Stocker, 14, coal carter, b. Cambridge

Arthur Stocker, 10, b. Cambridge

Thomas J Stocker, 8, b. Cambridge

Baby Stocker, 1 month, not yet baptised, b. Cambridge


Alexander Huckle, head, 34, married, builder [?], horse keeper, b. Comberton, Cambridgeshire
Annie Huckle, wife, 29, married, b. Cambridge
Willie Huckle, son, 2, b. Cambridge
Mary Huckle, daughter, 10 months, b. Cambridge
Alice Huckle, daughter [by first wife who died 4 years ago], 9, b. Cambridge
Married 3 years, 2 children


Ernest Cockerton marries Edith Aldhouse in 1926.  He becomes a flour packer and the couple live at 96 Sturton Street.  Ernest grew up at 13 Ainsworth Street.

Source – 1881, 1891, 1901 Census, 1939 Register


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