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61 York Street

A Goods Guard & A Police Pensioner


Frank Harvey, 28, Shunter on Great Eastern Railway, b. Cambridge

Louisa E Harvey, 27, b. Cherryhinton

Mary Harvey, 7, scholar, b. Cherryhinton

Emma Harvey, 5, scholar, b. Cherryhinton

Jessie Harvey, 2, b. Cambridge


Frank Harvey, 38, Goods Guard for Great Eastern Railway, b. Cambridge

Louisa E Harvey, 37, b. Cherryhinton written as one word 1881 & 1891

Jessie Harvey, 12, scholar, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Harvey, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge

Alice M Harvey, 7, scholar, b. Cambridge

Charles H Harvey, 4, scholar, b. Cambridge

Edith Harvey, 1, b. Cambridge

In 1901 the family can be found at 257 Mill Road.


William Jones, 47, police pensioner, b. Drayton, Berkshire

Jane Jones, 57, b. Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

Edith Jones, 15, b. Cambridge

George Jones, 13, errand boy, b. Cambridge


William Kitchener, 25, GER Shunter, b. Bishop’s Stortford

Elizabeth Kitchener, 21, b. Sawbridgeworth

Earnest Kitchener, 3, b. Sawbridgeworth

Maud Kitchener, 1, b. Sawbridgeworth

William and Elizabeth have been married for four years and they have had two children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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