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44 York Terrace

The History of 44 York Terrace

This property was number 22 on the 1881, 1891 and 1901 Census records.

1891 (22)

Harry S Leavens, 28, general labourer, b. Cambridge

Annie Leavens, 29, helper in laundry, b. Cambridge

Harry S Leavens, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge

Thomas W Leavens7, scholar, b. Cambridge

Jessie S Leavens, 5, scholar, b. Cambridge

Ada M Leavens, 2, b. Cambridge

Arthur F Leavens, 3 months old, b. Cambridge

P. Hannah Moul, boarder, 27, helper in laundry, b. Middlegate, York

Walter Moul, boarder, 1, b. Middlegate, York

New Born Baby, 11 days old, b. Cambridge

1901 (22)

William Coote, 26, mineral water labourer, b. Horningsea

Mary Coote, 25, b. Cambridge

William Coote, 5, b. Cambridge

Annie Westwood, William’s sister-in-law, 15, jam factory hand,b. Cambridge

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901 UK Census


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