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110 York Street

A Laundress & a Brick Maker


Geo. Crow, head, 36, 1845, cowkeeper formerly baker (dairyman), Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk
Eliza Crow, wife, 36, 1845, Bruisyard, Suffolk
Geo. A. Crow, son, 10, 1871, scholar, Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk
Albert H. Crow, son, 5, 1876, scholar, Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk
William Ecclestone, visitor, widower, 43, 1838, Shoemaker, Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk


Ann Neal, head, laundress, 47, 1844, B. Cambridge
Eleanor Neal, straw hat maker, 21, 1870, B. Cambridge


Robert Asby, head, 28, bricklayer, 1873, Cambridge
Esther Asby, wife, 26, 1875, Cambridge
Charlie B Asby, son, 9 months, 1900, Cambridge

Robert and his family have moved to 20 Ainsworth Street by 1911.


Arthur Blackwell, 36, butcher’s groom, b. Cambridge

Ada Blackwell, 33, b. Cambridge

Arthur Blackwell, 15, b. Cambridge

Hetty Blackwell, 13, school, b. Cambridge

Clara Blackwell, 11, school, b. Cambridge

Flo Blackwell, 10, school, b. Cambridge

George Blackwell, 7, (doesn’t say school), b. Cambridge

Ivy Blackwell, 5, (doesn’t say school), b. Cambridge

Ada and Arthur have been married for sixteen years and have had six children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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