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67 York Street

A Glazier & a Railway Engine Stoker


William Taylor, head, 37, 1844, bricklayer, Essendon, Hertfordshire
Sarah A. Taylor, wife, 43, 1838, Linton, Cambridgeshire
Ellen M. Taylor, daughter, 5, 1876, scholar, Cambridge
Ada F. Taylor, daughter, 4, 1877, scholar, Redmile, Leicestershire
William J. Taylor, son, 2, 1879, Redmile, Leicestershire
Henry J. Taylor, son, 4, 1877, Cambridge
James C. Taylor, visitor, 18, 1863, Essendon, Hertfordshire


Henry Wilderspin, head, glazier and painter,22, 1869, Chesterton,
Mary J Wilderspin, 24, 1867, Hauxton,
Arthur Allen, brother-in-law, grocer’s assistant, 21, 1870, Hauxton


Rebecca Barnet, head, widow,  63, 1838, Peckham, Surrey
John Barnet, son, 31, railway engine stoker, 1870, Cambridge


Albert William Goldsmith, 28, home decorator, b. Wye, Kent

Ruth Sarah Goldsmith, 32, b. Wye, Kent

Kathleen Gertrude Almerine Goldsmith, 6 months, b. Cambridge

Ruth and Albert have been married for two years.  Kathleen is their first child.

By 1939 the family is living in Guildford where Albert is a signwriter & grainer.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) (1858-1995), 1939 register


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