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107 York Street

A Coal Porter & A Cab Driver


Samuel Grant, 28, coal porter, b. Great Barford, Cambridgeshire

Martha Grant, 28, b. Cambridge


Philip Stocker, 41, cab driver / groom, b. Swavesey, Cambridgeshire

Eliza Stocker, 41, b. Orwell, Suffolk

Ada Stocker, 18, b. Cambridge

Walter Stocker, 17, labourer b. Cambridge

Maude Stocker, 15, b. Cambridge

Grace Stocker, 12, b. Cambridge

Sidney Stocker, 10, b. Cambridge

Fanny Stocker, 8, b. Cambridge

Alice Stocker, 7, b. Cambridge

Phil Stocker, 4, b. Cambridge

E? Stocker, 1, son, b. Cambridge


John Butler, 62, widower, no occupation, b. Cambridge

Job Wheatley, 62, boarder, retired schoolmaster, b. Blunham, Bedfordshire


William Butler, 41, coal hawker, b. Cambridge

Ester Butler, 42, b. Cambridge

Herbert Butler, 18, coal merchant’s vanman, b. Cambridge

John Butler, 15, newspaper boy,

Francis William Butler, 12, school, b. Cambridge

William Butler, 10, school, b. Cambridge

Lizzie Butler, 8, school, b. Cambridge

Alice Butler, 5, school, b. Cambridge

Bertie Butler, 3, school, b. Cambridge

William and Ester have been married for 21 years and have had nine children, two of whom have died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901 UK Census


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