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22 York Street

An Engine Fitter & a Carriage Painter


Phoebe Moule, head, widow, 33, 1848, dressmaker, London City, Middlesex
Minnie Moule, daughter, 18, 1863, London City, Middlesex
Phoebe Moule, daughter, 14, 1867, London City, Middlesex
Augustus Moule, son, 12, 1869, scholar, London City, Middlesex
Mabel Moule, daughter, 9, 1872, scholar, Cambridge
William Moule, son, 5, 1876, scholar, Kettering, Northamptonshire
Albert Moule, son, 4, 1877, Cambridge


Walter J Mallows, head, railway engine fitter, 26, 1865, Comberton,
Annie E Mallows, 23, 1868, B. Cambridge
Gertrude A Mallows, 1 year 7 months, 1889, B. Cambridge
Edith M Mallows, 1 week, 1891, B. Cambridge
Martha Tyrell, mother-in-law, charwoman, 61, 1830, B. Cambridge
Henry Bermiss, lodger, bricklayer’s labourer, 49, 1842, B. Cambridge


John J Whitehead, head, carriage painter, 33, 1868, Cambridge
Elizabeth Whitehead, wife, 29, 1872, Cambridge
Bessie Whitehead, daughter, 6, 1895, Cambridge
Albert Whitehead, son, 2, 1899, Cambridge


Ann Dyball, 71, widow, OAP, b. Dersingham, Norfolk

Edith Martin, 21, granddaughter, b. Cambridge

Herbert Martin, 11, grandson, school, b. Cambridge

Albert Martin, 9. Grandson, school, b. Cambridge

Ann records that she had three children and one is still alive.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901,

1911 UK Census


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