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105 York Street

A Laundress & a Coal Hawker


William Green, head, 24, 1857, shunter on G.E.R. (pointsman), Stoke, Suffolk
Elizabeth Green, wife, 25, 1856, Clare, Suffolk
Kate Green, daughter, 2, 1879, Clare, Suffolk
William E. Green, son, 10 months, 1880, Cambridge


Elizabeth Pink, head, laundress, 67, 1824, Frankfurt on Rhine
Richard Rolfe, boarder, labourer, 19, 1872, B. Cambridge
Edward Pink, labourer, 17, 1874, B. Cambridge
Rose Pink, 9, 1882, B. Cambridge
Ethel Pink, granddaughter, 5, 1886, B. Cambridge


William Butler, head, 32, coal hawker, 1869, Cambridge
Eller Butler, wife, 31, 1870, Cambridge
Edward A Butler, son, 7, 1894, Cambridge
John Butler, son, 5, 1896, Cambridge
Walter L Butler, son, 2, 1899, Cambridge
William Butler, son, 6 months, 1900, Cambridge


Sam George, 40, general merchant’s labourer, b. Cambridge

Minnie Lily George, 36, b. Fulbourn

Mabel Rose George, 8, b. Cambridge

Minnie Daisy George, 5, b. Cambridge

Alfred Percy George, 3, b. Cambridge

Henry Peter George, 2, b. Cambridge

Minnie and Sam have been married for thirteen years, they have had seven children, three of whom have died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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