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35 York Street

A Watchmaker & a Milkman


James S. Clark, head, 26, 1855, grocer, Cambridge
Esther E. Clark, wife, 22, 1859, Sudbury, Suffolk


Alfred Henry Richard, head, watchmaker, 32, 1859, Bloomsbury, London
Rose E Richard, 28, 1863, Marden, Kent
William A J Richard, 8, 1883, St Pancras, London
Jessie E L Richard, 6, 1885, Lee, Kent
Ethel E Richard, 4, 1887, Lee, Kent
Gertrude Richard, 2, 1889, Woodford, Essex
Harry R Richard, 2 months, 1891, B. Cambridge


Arthur Barton, head, 27, milkman, 1874, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire
Charlotte Barton, wife, 25, 1876, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire
Alice L Barton, daughter, 5, 1896, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire


Walter Allenby, 27, furnisher’s warehouseman, b. Cambridge

Florence Amelia Allenby, 27, b. Trumpington

Walter Chester Horace Allenby, 7, school, b. Cambridge

Doris Allenby, 5, school, b. Cambridge

Mabel Allenby, 2, b. Cambridge

Constance Pauline Allenby, 1, b. Cambridge

Florence and Walter have been married for seven years and they have had four children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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