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108 York Street

Bricklayer's Labourer & a Boiler Maker's Assistant


Number 108 is not on the 1881 Census.


Henry Hayden, head, bricklayer’s labourer, 50, 1841, Triplow,
Mary Hayden, , 46, 1845, Triplow,
Frederick C Hayden, printer, 20, 1871, Triplow,
William J Hayden, labourer, 19, 1872, Gt Shelford,
Emily J Hayden, general servant, 16, 1875, Gt Shelford,
Alfred G Hayden, errand boy, 14, 1877, B. Cambridge
Walter Hayden, scholar, 10, 1881, B. Cambridge
Edwin Hayden, scholar, 6, 1885, B. Cambridge
Alice M Hayden, scholar, 3, 1888, B. Cambridge


Percy Smith, head, 25, boiler maker’s assistant, 1876, Cambridge
Amelia Smith, wife, 24, 1877, Cambridge


Arthur Johnson, 32, cab proprietor and driver, b. Parish of St Andrew the Less

Martha Johnson, 30, college servant, b. St Matthew’s Parish

Martha and Arthur have been married for five years.  Their son, Arthur Henry Johnson, died when he was just one year old.  He is buried in Mill Road Cemetery with his parents.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,



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