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46 York Street

A Plumber & a Railway Coalman


Thomas Gladwell, head, 42, 1839, bricklayer, Drinkston, Suffolk
Lydia Gladwell, wife, 38, 1843, Cambridge
William H. Gladwell, son, 16, 1865, bricklayer, Cambridge
Harriet Gladwell, daughter, 12, 1869, scholar, Cambridge
Thomas Gladwell, son, 10, 1871, scholar, Cambridge
Alice Gladwell, daughter, 8, 1873, scholar, Cambridge
Herbert Gladwell, son, 5, 1876, scholar, Cambridge
Morris Gladwell, son, 3, 1878, Cambridge
Frances Gladwell, daughter, 1, 1880, Cambridge


Chas L Rogers, head, plumber, 31, 1860, Tiptree, Essex
Elizabeth Rogers, 25, 1866, Finchley, Middlesex
Katie M Rogers, 2, 1889, Hertfordshire
Esther E Rogers, 1, 1890, B. Cambridge


Albert H Maltby, head, railway coalman, 31, 1870, Cambridge
Mary Ann Maltby, wife, 32, 1869, Cambridge
Albert R Maltby, son, 8, 1893, Cambridge
Violet V Maltby, daughter, 4, 1897, Cambridge
Nellie A Maltby, daughter, 1, 1900, Cambridge


Allan Loveday, 23, coal yard labourer, b. Thurlow, Suffolk

Mary Loveday, 22, b. Weston Colville

Eva Mary Loveday, 2, b. Sible Hedingham, Essex

Mary and Allan have been married for two and a half years and have one child.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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