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32 York Street

A Carpenter & a Charwoman


Geo. Berryman, head, 44, 1837, carpenter, Cobham, Surrey
Charlotte Berryman, wife, 45, 1836, Triplow, Cambridgeshire
Geo. F. Berryman, son, 14, 1867, railway servant, Cambridge
James Berryman, son, 9, 1872, scholar, Cambridge
Rose A. Berryman, daughter, 6, 1875, scholar, Cambridge
Ellen J. Berryman, daughter, 4, 1877, scholar, Cambridge


Ann Pigott, head, charwoman, 50, 1841, Landbeach,
Joseph Pigott, butcher, 20, 1871, B. Cambridge
Edwin A W Balls, grandson, scholar, 5, 1886, New Chesterton, B. Cambridge


Ann Piggott, head, charwoman,  64, 1837, Landbeach, Cambridgeshire


Alfred Ambrose, 38, coal merchant’s carman, b. Glemsford, Suffolk (like the neighbour at 30)

Beatrice Ambrose, 35, b. Glemsford, Suffolk

Amelia Ambrose, 14, b. Glemsford, Suffolk

Reginald Ambrose, 6, b. Cambridge

Gertrude Ambrose, 4, b. Cambridge

Edith Ambrose, 2, b. Cambridge

Stanley John Ambrose, one month, b. Cambridge

Beatrice and Alfred have been married for fourteen years and have had six children, one of whom has died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901,  1911 UK Census


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