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81 High Street, Linton

History of 81 High Street Linton

1881:

Thomas Chalk, 56, farmer with 1025 acres employing 50 men and 3 boys, b Linton

Emmeline, 50, b Middlesex

Harry, 21, auctioneer and land agent, b Linton

Edward, 20, farmer’s son, b Linton

Emmeline, 18, b Linton

Gertrude, 16, b Linton

Maud, 13, b Linton

Violet, 10, b Linton

Lilian, 10, b Linton

Mary Daniels, 37, nurse, b Balsham

Emma, 21, housemaid, b West Wratting

Eliza, 19, cook, b West Wratting

Eliza Matilda Cracknell was living at ‘High Street, Linton’, single, employed as a cook. Her sister Emma was also employed there at the same time as a housemaid. In 1871 both sisters were at home in West Wratting.

In 1891 Eliza was working at 3 Harvey Road, Cambridge.

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