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77 York Street

A Blacksmith & Two Families of Coachmen


James Law, head, 30, 1851, brewer’s man, East Haningfield, Essex
Hannah Law, wife, 34, 1847, Thundersley, Essex


Alfred Greenwood, head, blacksmith, 24, 1867, B. Cambridge
Eliza Greenwood, 25, 1866, B. Cambridge
Kate Greenwood, 2, 1889, B. Cambridge
Alfred Greenwood, 4 months, 1890, B. Cambridge
Arthur Beer, lodger, railway servant, 25, 1866, Norwich


William J Ingrey, head, 24, coachman / groom, 1877, Cambridge
Amelia E Ingrey, wife, 24, 1877, Cambridge
Jessie A Ingrey, daughter, 3 months, 1901, Cambridge
George A Bryant, boarder, 32, tailor, 1869, Cambridge


Frederick William Parfitt, 30, coachman at a livery yard, b. Cambridge

Maud Parfitt, 26, b. Cambridge

Arthur Parfitt, 7, school, b. Cambridge

Frederick Parfitt, 5, school, b. Cambridge

Reginald Parfitt, 3, b. Cambridge

Jack Parfitt, 2, b. Cambridge

George Parfitt, 10 months, b. Cambridge

Maud and Frederick have been married for seven years and have five children.

Sources: 1911 UK Census


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