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123 York Street

A House Painter & a Carman


Number 123 is not on the 1881 Census.


Thomas R Tarrant, head, house painter, 32, 1859, B. Cambridge
Sarah A Tarrant, 32, 1859, Ely
Charlotte E Tarrant, scholar, 12, 1879, B. Cambridge
Ethel May T Tarrant, scholar, 10, 1881, B. Cambridge
Thomas R Tarrant, scholar, 8, 1883, B. Cambridge
Alice O Tarrant, scholar, 6, 1885, B. Cambridge
Violet J Tarrant, scholar, 3, 1888, B. Cambridge
Jessie E Tarrant, 14 months, 1890, B. Cambridge


Emma E Brown, wife, 24, 1877, Cambridge (not head not widowed)
William F Brown, son, 11 months, 1900, Cambridge
Mary A Paton, visitor, 22, general domestic servant, 1879, Cambridge


Albert J Chapman, 45, carman for a contractor firm, b. Cambridge

Jane Chapman, 44, New Mill Dam, Yorkshire

Joseph F Chapman, 20, Auctioneer’s porter, b. Cambridge

Arthur J Chapman, 15, grocer’s porter, b. Cambridge

Stanley H Chapman, 4, b. Cambridge

Jane and Albert have been married for twenty years and have had five children, two of whom have died.

1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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