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72 York Street

A Tailor & a Locomotive Coalman


Elizabeth Stalley, head, 26, 1855, dress & mantle maker, Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Emma Stalley, sister, 23, 1858, machinist to the mantler, Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
Annie E. Stalley, niece, 3, 1878, scholar, West Hartlepool, Durham


Francis Coulson, head, tailor, 36, 1855, B. Cambridge
Sarah J Coulson, 37, 1854, B. Cambridge
Frank Coulson, no occupation, 17, 1874, B. Cambridge
Edmund Coulson, scholar, 7, 1884, B. Cambridge
Arthur Coulson, scholar, 5, 1886, B. Cambridge
Florence Coulson, scholar, 3, 1888, B. Cambridge
Alfred Coulson, 1, 1890, B. Cambridge


James Baker, head, 25, GER Locomotive coalman, 1876, Cambridge
Martha Baker, wife, 26, 1875, Cambridge
James Baker, son, 8, 1893, Cambridge
Katie Baker, daughter, 6, 1895, Cambridge
Nellie Baker, daughter, 3, 1898, Cambridge
Violet Baker, daughter, 1, 1900, Cambridge


James Baker, 37, general labourer, b. Cambridge

Martha Baker, 37, b. Cambridge

James Baker, 18, porter for a hosier, b. Cambridge

Katie Baker, 16, day girl, b. Cambridge

Nellie Baker, 14, day girl, b. Cambridge

Violet Baker, 11, school, b. Cambridge

Hilda Baker, 9, school, b. Cambridge

William Baker, 5, school, b. Cambridge

Martha and James have been married for 18 years and have had six children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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