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73 Kingston Street

The Lerens Family


Henry and Elizabeth Wheeler, both 34 and originally from Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire.  Henry is a joiner and Elizabeth is a dressmaker.  The couple have three children. Florence, 11, was born in Holloway, Middlesex; Rose, 9, and John, 6, were both born in Cambridge.


In 1891, 73 Kingston Street is home to Alfred and Emma Levens. Emma, aged 33, hails from Over, in Huntingdonshire, while Alfred, aged 23, hailing from Linton, works as a Railway Servant.


By 1901, Emma, now 43, and Alfred, now 32, and working as a telegraph labourer, remain the residents.


By 1911, Nothing has changed besides Alfred now being 44 and Emma 53.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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