In 1881 and 1891 she was at home.
In the 1901 census of 62 Redsdale Street, Chelsea, there is a Maud Cutter, aged 23, born Abington, Cambridge, a domestic servant in the household of Walter Gates, a bookkeeper. This is very likely to be Mildred Maud; she was known in the family as Maud.
In 1911, in Great Abington, Mildred Maud was aged 32, single and a cook in the household of Howard William Cox, a solicitor and official receiver in bankruptcy.
She married Samuel Clark 11 April 1914 at Little Abington, in the Cambridge (present) registration district. She apparently stayed at Hildersham. Caroline, her mother, lived with her in old age.
In 1935 her address was 1, Council Cottages, Hildersham.
In the 1939 register Mildred M. Clark was with Samuel, date of birth 5 July 1876 a farm labourer and living at No 2, Hildersham. Her date of birth was found to be 18 October 1877. With them was Florence McCoy, later Monahan, birth date 8 August 1926 who was at school.
Mildred’s death was registered in the Cambridge district (includes Hildersham) in the June quarter 1952. She was aged 73. Maud and Sam had no children.