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118 York Street

A Coal Porter & a Butcher's Labourer


Number 118 is not on the 1881 Census.


John Argent, head, coal porter, 39, 1852, Carlton,
Sarah A Argent,37, 1854, Ely,
Harriett Argent, 14, 1877, B. Cambridge
George Argent, errand boy, 13, 1878, B. Cambridge
John H Argent, scholar, 10, 1881, B. Cambridge
Katie Argent, scholar, 7, 1884, B. Cambridge
Jessie Argent, scholar, 4, 1887, B. Cambridge
Beatrice Argent, 2, 1889, B. Cambridge
Harold Argent, 1 month, 1891, B. Cambridge


Arthur Giles, head, 29, butcher’s labourer,  1872, Cambridge
Ada Giles, wife, 22, 1879, Cambridge
Arthur Giles, son, 4, 1897, Cambridge
Henry Giles, daughter, 3, 1898, Cambridge
Elizabeth Giles, daughter, 2, 1899, Cambridge
Store [Flora?] Giles, daughter, 1 month, 1901, Cambridge


Herbert Ingrey, 39, railway timekeeper for GER, b. Cambridge

Florence Ingrey, 32, b. Cambridge

Sidney Ingrey, 7, b. Cambridge

Dorothy May Ingrey, 6, b. Cambridge

Herbert Victor Ingrey, 3, b. Cambridge

Florence and Herbert have been married for ten years and have had four children, one of whom has died.

Sources:  1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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