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38 York Street

A police Pensioner & a Policeman


There is no entry for this property on the 1881 Census.


John S Gent, head, Metropolitan police pensioner, 56, 1835, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
Jane Gent, 56, 1835, Wisbech,
Beatrice A Gent, Domestic nurse, 22, 1869, Pimlico, London
Kate F C Gent, 21, 1870, Pimlico, London
John Geo Gent, clerk to estate agent, 18, 1873, Pimlico, London
Mary Ann Donato, sister-in-law, retired housekeeper,73, 1818, West Winch, Norfolk


David Free, head, police constable, 28, 1873, Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire
Margaret E Free, wife, 31, 1870, London, Middlesex
Ethel M Free, daughter, 5, 1896, London, Middlesex
Ruth G Free, daughter, 4, 1897, Plaistow, Essex


Walter Charles Ludman, 27, Furnishing Ironmonger’s Traveller, b. Cambridge

Emily Maude Ludman, 28, b. London

Emily and Charles have been married for a year.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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