Number 98 is one of four mid terraced houses on the east side of Ainsworth Street.
Joseph Turner, Head, 51, Engine Driver on M. R., Skipton, Yorkshire
Ann M. Turner, Wife, 43, Hitchin, Hertfordshire
James Turner, 24, Pianoforte Tuner, Colne, Lancashire, Blind
Joseph Turner, 18, Under Butler, Leeds, Yorkshire
Lucy Smith, Stepdaughter,18, Draper’s Assistant, Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Sydney J. Smith, Stepdaughter, 14, Scholar, Cambridgeshire
The Bull family living at this address. Mary Ann Bull, described as Wife, aged 44, married to Robert Bull, Head of the Household, aged 46, is described as a Gardener.
They had 3 children, Anne, aged 23, whose occupation is described as Dressmaker; and two sons, listed as scholars, meaning they were enrolled in school. They were Arthur Bull, aged 9, and Frank Bull aged 5. Probab
ly they were both at the local St Matthew’s schools, down the road on York Street, where there was a large school property for St Matthew’s Girls and Boys clearly marked on the 1886 Ordnance Survey, located close to the park still there called ‘St Matthew’s Pieces’. In addition, there was an Infant School at 55 Sturton Street and one on Norfolk Street, also the larger St Matthew’s Girls and Boys by the Bakery on Norfolk Street, and a Ragged School on New Street.
This family has moved here from 106 Gwydir Street.
Manasseh Charles Green, head, 46, grocer’s assistant, b. Horningsea, Cambridgeshire
Elizabeth Green, wife, 45, b. Cambridge (Maria Elizabeth Banyard, from number 92)
Florence Green, daughter, 18, tailoress, b. Cambridge
Bernard Green, son, 8, at school, b. Cambridge
Manasseh and Elizabeth are 21 years married. They have had three children, one of whom has died.
When Elizabeth’s father, William Banyard, dies in 1922, they move into number 92 Ainsworth Street until at least 1938.
Source: 1891 & 1911 census.
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