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111 York Street

A Stone Mason & a Plasterer


Number 111 is not on the 1881 Census.


Richard T Kemp, head, stone mason, 34, 1857, Norwich, Norfolk
Louisa Kemp, college bottle washer, 32, 1859, Norwich, Norfolk
Richard Kemp, scholar, 6, 1885, Norwich, Norfolk
Rachael M Kemp, scholar , 4, 1887, Norwich, Norfolk
Thomas W Kemp, 7 months, 1890, B. Cambridge


Martha A Horwood, wife, 35, 1866, Ellington, Huntingdonshire (not head, not widowed)
Wene (Rene?) A Horwood, daughter, 7, 1894, London, Middlesex
Aubrey G Horwood, son, 5, 1896, London, Middlesex
Ralph Horwood, son, 2, 1899, London, Middlesex
Allie Horwood, daughter, 1, 1900, London, Middlesex


William Cooley, 62, plasterer (out of work), b. Haggerston, London

Mary Ann Cooley, 54, independent, b. Chelsea, London

George F Cooley, 30, milkman, b. Islington, London

Edmund Cooley, 23, carman, b. Cambridge

Richard Cooley, 20, college servant, b. Cambridge

Kate Cooley, 18, packer in knitting company, b. Cambridge

Mary Ann and William have been married 34 years, they have had nine children, two of whom have died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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