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68 York Street

The Family of a Railway Goods Foreman


Harry Hight, head, 26, 1855, printer, Hemmington [Hablets North?]
Mary A. Hight, wife, 24, 1857, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Percy W. Hight, son, 11 months, Cambridge


68 York Street was Uninhabited on the night of the 1891 Census.


Thomas Tatham, head, 38, railway goods foreman, 1863, Bedford, Bedfordshire
Susan Tatham, wife, 37, 1864, Farcet, Huntingdonshire
Ellen G Tatham, daughter, 15, dressmaking apprentice, 1886, Stanground, Huntingdonshire
Joseph E Tatham, son, 11, 1890, Stanground, Huntingdonshire
Arthur E Tatham, son, 7, 1894, Cambridge
Alfred T Tatham, son, 2, 1899, Cambridge


Thomas Tatham, 48, railway goods foreman, b. Bedford

Susannah Tatham, 47, b. Huntingdonshire

Joseph Eyre Tatham, 21, groceries & provisions shop assistant, b. Stoneground, Huntingdonshire. Joseph married Lydia Martin during the summer of 1918.  The couple lived at 4 Stone Street from 1919 until 1966 at least.  Buried in MRC with wife Lydia and her parents.

Arthur Edwin Tatham, 17, draper’s shop assistant, b. Cambridge

Alfred Thomas Tatham, 12, school, b. Cambridge

Susannah and Thomas have been married for 26 years, they have had five children.

Cambridge Independent Press 18 Jan 1918 – “PTE A E Tatham Cambridgeshire Regiment second son of Mr & Mrs Tatham, killed in action Nov 15th 1917.”

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Cambridge Independent Press, Mill Road Cemetery,


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