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112 York Street

A Painter & a Bricklayer's Labourer


Number 112 is not on the 1881 Census.


Thomas Billing, head, painter, 35, 1856, St Giles Cambridge
Mary Billing, upholsteress, 34, 1857, Chesterton,
William Thomas Billing, scholar, 9, 1882, St Matthews,
Edith M Billing, scholar, 8, 1883, Chesterton,
Elizabeth Billing, scholar, 6, 1885, St Matthews,
Alfred J Billing, scholar, 4, 1887, St Andrew the Less parish, B. Cambridge
Sarah A Billing, 3, 1888, St Andrew the Less parish, B. Cambridge
Rachael Billing, , 4 months, 1890, St Andrew the Less parish, B. Cambridge


Henry Moden, head, 38, bricklayer’s labourer, 1863, Cherryhinton, Cambridgeshire
Caroline Moden, wife, 35, shirt ironer / washer, 1866, Cambridge
Harry Moden, son, 9, 1892, Cambridge
Ernest Moden, son, 7, 1894, Cambridge
Mable Moden, daughter, 4, 1897, Cambridge

Henry and Caroline are buried in Mill Road Cemetery.

1908 – 1911

The 1910 Land Tax record shows James Fisher as a tenant in 1910 and the electoral register shows that he was here for a few years before the Rawlings family moved in.


Frank Rowling, 21, furnishing ironmonger’s assistant, b. Parish of St Andrew the Less

Jessie Rowling, 22, b. St Matthew’s Parish

Frank Rowling, 1 year 2 months, b. St Matthew’s Parish

Lucy May Rowling, 1 year 2 months, b. St Matthew’s Parish

Jessie and Frank have been married for a year.

Electoral registers show that the family lived here for about a year before moving to 5 Geldart Street.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, 1910 Land Tax, Cambridgeshire Electoral Registers (1722-1966),


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