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104 York Street

The Pope Family


Number 104 is not on the 1881 Census.


Elliot Pope, head, wood carver, 51, 1840, B. Cambridge
Elizabeth Pope, 45, 1846, B. Cambridge
John H Pope, carpenter’s apprentice, 19, 1872, B. Cambridge
Harriett Pope, 15, 1876, B. Cambridge
Samuel Pope, butcher’s boy, 14, 1877, B. Cambridge
Elliot Pope, scholar, 9, 1882, B. Cambridge
Henry Geo Pope, scholar, 6, 1885, B. Cambridge
Joseph C Pope, scholar, 5, 1886, B. Cambridge

Elliot and his family have moved from 134 York Street.


Elliot Pope, head, 62, wood carver, 1839, Cambridge, deaf
Elizabeth Pope, wife, 55, 1846, Cambridge
Harriet Pope, daughter, 25, 1876, Cambridge
Samuel Pope, son, 24, bricklayer, 1877, Cambridge
Elliot Pope, son, 19, No Occupation, 1882, Cambridge
Henry G Pope, son, 17, No Occupation, 1884, Cambridge
Joseph C Pope, son, 15, No Occupation, 1886, Cambridge


Elizabeth Ann Pope, 65, widow, she has written that she was married 43 years, had 12 children with nine still living, b. Cambridge

Harriet Pope, 35, b. Cambridge

Henry George Pope, 26, bricklayer, b. Cambridge

The 1910 Land Tax shows that Henry owns 120 York Street.  This property is owned by a J H Pope of Ditton Lane.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, 1910 Land Tax,


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