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54 York Street

A House Painter & a General Labourer


John Barton, head, 35, 1846, tailor, Cambridge
Harriet Barton, wife, 33, 1848, Cambridge
Harry Barton, son, 16, 1865, plasterer’s apprentice, Cambridge
Clara Barton, daughter, 14, 1867, Cambridge
John W. Barton, son, 12, 1869, scholar, Cambridge
Maud J. Barton, daughter, 10, 1871, scholar, Cambridge
Frederick Barton, son, 8, 1873, scholar, Cambridge
Charles A. Barton, son, 5, 1876, scholar, Cambridge
Augustus G. Barton, son, 3, 1878, Cambridge
Ellen E. Barton, daughter, 1, 1880, Cambridge
William Cleer, father-in-law, widower, 76, 1805, stone mason, Shropshire


Edmund J Austin, head, bricklayer, 41, 1850, Great Shelford,
Lydia Austin, 41, 1850, Newsells, Hertfordshire
Flora Austin, 14, 1877, Caselford, Yorkshire
Sidney Austin, scholar, 12, 1879, Little Shelford,
Daisey Austin, scholar, 10, 1881, Hauxton,
Ernest Austin, 1 year 4 months, 1889, B. Cambridge
Bertram Austin, scholar, 9, 1882, B. Cambridge


Arthur Franklin, head, 48, house painter, 1853, Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire
Emily Franklin, wife, 49, 1852, Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire
Earnest Franklin, son, 14, errand boy, 1887, Cambridge
Bertie Franklin, son, 12, 1889, Cambridge


Harry Eaden, 33, general labourer, b. Quy, Cambridgeshire

Martha Eaden, 33, b. Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire

Walter Eaden, 5, b. Cambridge

Reginald Eaden, 2, b. Cambridge

Stanley Eaden, under three months, b. Cambridge

Susan Wright, 31, visitor, domestic cook, b. Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire – Susan is Martha’s sister and is probably helping her with the new-born Stanley.

Martha and Harry have been married for five years and have had three children.


Harry Eaden, 62, electric cable layer

Martha Eaden, 62, unpaid domestic duties

Walter Eaden, clerk,  ARP Cambridge Water Company

Lily Eaden, 30, unpaid domestic duties

Susan J Wright, domestic helper

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, 1939 Register

R Eaden  was Assistant Scout Master of 23rd Cambridge Scouts.

Source: Cambridge Scout Records


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