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109 York Street

Builder's Assistant & a Whitesmith


Number 109 is not on the 1881 Census.


William Bright, head, builder’s labourer, 49, 1842, B. Cambridge
Harriett L Bright, 40, 1851, B. Cambridge
Caroline E Preston, 10, 1881, Pimlico, London
Nellie V Bright, 5, 1886, B. Cambridge
Mary A L Bright, 1, 1890, B. Cambridge
Caroline Taylor, wife’s mother, living on own means, 65, 1826, B. Cambridge
Alexander D Brice, boarder, draper’s assistant, 17, 1874, B. Cambridge


Caroline Taylor, head, widow, 73, 1828, Cambridge
Henry Taylor, son, 27, draper’s assistant, 1874, Cambridge


Ernest Parker Hewett, 31, whitesmith, b. Chesterton

Hannah Hewett, 32, b. Cambridge

Charles Ernest Hewett, 7, b. Cambridge

Francis James Hewett, 5, b. Cambridge

Albert Edward Hewett, 3, b. Cambridge

Ernest Stanley Hewett, 1, b. Cambridge

Hannah and Ernest have been married for seven years and have had four children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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