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14 York Terrace

The History of 14 York Terrace

This property is number 7 on all the Census records between 1881 and 1921.

1891 (7)

George Lewis, 49, builder’s labourer, b. Grantchester

Mahala Lewis, 45, b. Cambridge

Allison Lewis, 11, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Jesse Lewis, 8, Scholar, b. Cambridge

David H Lewis, 6, Scholar, b. Cambridge

1901 (7)

Charles Rickard, 40, engine fitter, b. Babraham

Eliza Rickard, 43, b. Histon

Charles Rickard, 17, printer’s mason, b. Cambridge

Ethel Rickard, 13, b. Cambridge

Ellen Rickard, 11, b. Cambridge

Ernest Rickard, 5, b. Cambridge

This family previously lived at number 4 York Terrace.

1911 (7)

Charles Rickard, 52 , Fender Fitter (railway worker), born in Balsham
Eliza Rickard, 53, born in Histon
Ellen Rickard, 21, General Domestic Servant, born in Cambridge
Ernest Rickard, 15, Museum Boy for the University, born in Cambridge
The couple have been married for 29 years. They have had 10 children, four of whom are still living.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901 & 1911 UK Census


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