James Gaylor Reynolds, 53, general labourer, bb Sandy
Elizabeth Reynolds née Wells, 48, b Sandy
Ernest, 18, shop assistant, b Cambridge
Louisa, 17, b Cambridge
Walter, 15, b Cambridge
In 1881 the family were living on Hills Road.
James and Elizabeth would have 6 children. Of these, Ellen Mary was sent to live with her mother’s sister in West Ham.
Elizabeth Reynolds, 59, charwoman, b Beds
Ernest J, 29, coal porter, b Cambridge
Louisa S, 27, charwoman, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Reynolds, 68, widow, b Beds
Ernest James, 39, coal yard foreman, b Cambridge
Louisa Sarah, 36, jam factory hand, b Cambridge
Walter John, 32, coal porter, b Cambridge
Mrs E Reynolds
Thomas William Fowler
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