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32 York Terrace

The History of 32 York Terrace

This property was number 16 on the 1881, 1891 and 1901 Census records.

1891 (16)

Eliza Wilson, 39.  Recorded as married and head of the household, so her husband is probably away from home on the night of the census.  She is a dressmaker who was born in Girton.

Katherine Foreman, 7 month old adopted daughter, born in Cambridge.

1901 (16)

Harry Mansfield, 26, railway porter,

Annie Mansfield, 25, b. Soham

Harry V Mansfield, 2, b. Soham

Frank G Mansfield, 1, b. South Tottenham, Middlesex

Rose E M Mansfield, 2 months old, b. Cambridge

Sources: 1881, 1891 & 1901 UK Census


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