The 1939 register gives Annie Cutter’s date of birth as 27 December 1887. Her birth was registered in the March quarter 1888 in the Linton district. She was baptised 3 April 1888 at Pampisford, a daughter of William Cutter and Caroline formerly Flack.
In 1891 she was living at home.
In the 1901 census she was living at home, a general domestic servant.
In 1911, in 3 rooms at 3 Adpon (?) Chambers, Edgeware Road, Paddington, Annie Cutyer was in the Odell household, aged 23, a cook to the La Rivalo family and born in Pampisford.
She married Samuel Bolton in the June quarter of 1911 in the Paddington district (1a 83, cross-checked with Samuel Bolton) and lived in (Tottenham?) London. Sidney and Florence Kate Cutter spent their honeymoon at the Bolton's in London.
In 1939 (register) Sam and Annie were living at 19 Bennington Road, Tottenham MB and Annie’s date of birth was 27 December 1887, unpaid domestic duties. Samuel was a tram driver with a date of birth of 11 June 1883.
A suitable death entry for Annie is in the Finsbury district (though this doesn’t include Tottenham) in the June quarter 1958, aged 70.
A suitable death entry for Samuel is in the Enfield district (includes Edmonton) in the June quarter 1965 aged 81. The probate entry for him records that he died 1 May 1965 at North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton and that he was of 27 Gedeney Road, Tottenham. Probate was granted at London to Geoffrey James Ball, chemist, 17 June 1965 and he left £464.
Sam and Annie’s child was:
Caroline S. Bolton, birth registered in the Chesterton district, December quarter 1912 (3b 757). She married George L. Ashman in the Edmonton district in the September quarter 1937. No children appear to have been registered.
Posted November 2016