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10 York Street

The Family of a Railway Worker


Maria Tomlin, wife, 35, 1846, dressmaker, Martham, Norfolk


Henry Dicker, GER firelighter, 50, 1841, B. Cambridge
Elizabeth Dicker, , 46, 1845, B. Cambridge
Annie Dicker, , 19, 1872, B. Cambridge
George Dicker, no occupation , 18, 1873, B. Cambridge
Walter Dicker, no occupation, 16, 1875, B. Cambridge
Isabel Dicker, 13, 1878, B. Cambridge
Thomas Dicker, 13, 1878, B. Cambridge


Henry G Dicker, head, railway labourer – GER, 60, 1841, Cambridge
Elizabeth A Dicker, wife, 57, 1844, Cambridge
Walter E Dicker, son, fireman GER, 26, 1875, Cambridge
Thomas F Dicker, son, no occupation, 23, 1878, Cambridge, epileptic


Elizabeth Ann Dicker, 67, widow, b. Cambridge

Thomas Fuller Dicker, 33, b. Cambridge, the infirmity column says “Fits”

Elizabeth has recorded that she was married for nine years and had six children, three of whom have died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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