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116 York Street

A Laundry Maid & an Assurance Agent


Geo. W. Bunting, head, 38, 1843, dealer in firewood, Cambridge
Mary Bunting, wife, 35, 1846, Bourne, Cambridgeshire
Robert J. Bunting, son, 14, 1867, scholar, Cambridge
Lydia J. Bunting, daughter, 8, 1873, scholar, Cambridge
Samuel Bunting, son, 5, 1876, scholar, Cambridge
William T. Bunting, son, 3, 1878, Cambridge
Lydia Bunting, sister, 35, 1846, schoolmistress, Cambridge


Kate Merry, head, laundry maid, 22, 1869, Stanton, London
Rosa Merry, sister, laundry maid, 17, 1874, Stanton, London


Alfred Peat, head, 29, assurance agent, 1872, Aldershot, Hampshire
Marion Peat, wife, 28, 1873, London, Middlesex
Edith M Peat, daughter, 4, 1897, Reading, Berkshire
Dorothy Peat, daughter, 2, 1899, Hitchin, Hertfordshire


Frank Baker, 26, greengrocer (employer), b. Cambridge

Louise Baker, 33, b. Cherry Hinton

Agnes Baker, 7, b. Cambridge

Cyril Baker, 5, b. Cambridge

Vera Baker, 3, b. Cambridge

Louise and Frank have been married for eight years and have had three children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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