100 York Street
A Confectioner and a Railway Worker
Number 100 is not on the 1881 Census.
1891 – Sweet Shop
Sarah Heckford, head, confectioner, 36, 1855, B. Cambridge
Sarah Heckford, domestic nursemaid, 14, 1877, B. Cambridge
Lilley Heckford, 8, 1883, B. Cambridge
Martha Heckford, 6, 1885, B. Cambridge
William Mole, head, 35, locomotive engine labourer, 1866, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire
Eliza J Mole, wife, 41, 1860, Cambridge
Emelia E J Mole, daughter, 6, 1895, Cambridge
Nellie Mole, daughter, 4, 1897, Cambridge
Maud L Mole, daughter, 1, 1900, Cambridge
William Mole, 46, railway carriage washer, b. Grantchester
Eliza Jane Mole, 57, b. Cambridge
Emily Amelia Mole, 17, b. Cambridge
Nellie Mole, 15, b. Cambridge
Maud Louisa Mole, 12, b. Cambridge
Eliza and William have been married for nineteen years and have had four children, one of whom has died.
It looks as though each member of the Mole family has filled in their own line of the census record. Then one of them has written all their names out in full on a lower line. Their neighbours at number 98 did the same thing.
Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census