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49 Coronation Street

49 Coronation Street


John Cornwall, 41, fireman, b Cambridge

Emma, 42, b Cambridge

Charles, 21, gardener, b Cambridge

Martha, 17, servant, b Cambridge

Sarah, 14, b Cambridge

Emma, 11, b Cambridge

Catherine, 7, b Cambridge [although the next certain reference in the UK census is in 1891 when Catherine is married to John Holland, it seems likely that in 1881 she is the same Catherine Cornwall, aged 16, training for domestic service, born in Cambridge, at St Edward’s Convent Marylebone.]

John Thomas, 4, b Cambridge

William K, 1, b Cambridge

George B Harradine, uncle, widower, labourer, b Cambridge

Susan Newman, boarder, widow, 69, b ‘not able to say’

George Moton, lodger, 28, cordwainer, b Welney

Mary Ann Moton, wife, b Berks


James Rowlett, head, 24, contractors labourer, b Peterborough

Mary A, 23, b Hardwick

Sara E, 1, b Hunts

Elizabeth Clee, head, 47, b Herts

William A, 24, tailor, b Cambridge, cripple

John, 4, b Cambridge

George, 8, b Cambridge

Archibald Drage, nephew, 17, baker’s lad, b Kent

Archibald seems to have been raised by his uncle and aunt. In 1871 they were living at 2 Bakers Yard just round the corner. In 1891 Archibald is at Elizabeth Blunson’s Lodging house.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



James Jarvis, head, 68, labourer, b Suffolk

Eliza, wife, 71, b Suffolk

William Clee, head, 44, tailor,  b Cambridge

Catherine, 40, b Cambridge

Nellie, 16, b Cambridge

Catherine, 14, b Cambridge

Hetty, 12, b Cambridge

Archibald, 10, b Cambridge

Edward, 6, b Cambridge

Horace, 4, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Clee, head, 67, housekeeper, b Herts

John, son, 34, cellar man, b Cambridge


William Archibald Clee, 52, journeyman tailor, b Cambridge

Catherine May, 50, b Cambridge

Edward William George, 16, errand boy chemist, b Cambridge

Horace Alfred, 14, errand boy dye works, b Cambridge


William A Clee, tailor


Thomas Blackwell


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