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62 York Street

Grocer's Assistant & a Tailor


Geo. Walker, head, 29, 1852, labourer in brick yard, Mildenhall, Suffolk
Ellen Walker, wife, 26, 1855, laundress, Cambridge
Arthur Walker, son, 5, 1876, scholar, Cambridge
William Walker, son, 10 months, Cambridge
Thomas Clark, lodger, 20, 1861, porter to earthenware dealer, Balsham, Cambridgeshire


Robert C Key, head, grocer’s assistant, 37, 1854, B. Cambridge
Elizabeth Key, 35, 1856, B. Cambridge
Ethel M Key, scholar, 11, 1880, B. Cambridge
Robt C Key, scholar, 7, 1884, B. Cambridge
Albert G Key, scholar, 3, 1888, B. Cambridge
Mary F Hagger, niece, scholar, 7, 1884, Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk


William Kent, head, 69, tailor, 1832, Newmarket, Suffolk
Jane Kent, wife, 68, domestic cook, 1833, Barton Mills, Suffolk
Harry Kent, son, 27, coach painter, 1874, Newmarket, Suffolk
Beatrice Ellingham, grand-daughter, 9, 1892, Ely, Cambridgeshire
Maud Cowell, grand-daughter, 8, 1893, Cambridge
Kate Cowell, grand-daughter, 3, 1898, Cambridge


William Kent, 79, journeyman tailor, b. Newmarket, Suffolk

Jane Kent, 78, b. Barton Mills

Harry Kent, 37, no job or place of birth has been filled in. Possibly Barton Mills like his mother

Jane and William have been married for 51 years, they have had six children, three of whom have died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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