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80a York Street

A Coal Carman & a Builder's Plasterer

1881 /  1891

Number 80a is not on the 1881 or the 1891 Census.


John Parr, head, 55, coal carman, 1846, Exning, Suffolk
Edith Parr, wife, 50, college bedmaker, 1851, Soham, Cambridgeshire
Edith Parr, daughter, 24, 1877, Cambridge
Annie F E Parr, daughter, 17, general domestic servant, 1884, Cambridge
Ethel M Parr, daughter, 15, 1886, Cambridge
Agnes A Parr, daughter, 11, 1890, Cambridge
Blodwin Parr, grand-daughter, 3, 1898, Llanelly, Wales


Thomas Pilsworth, 43, builder’s plasterer, b. Cambridge

Emma Pilsworth, 42, University bed maker, b. Cambridge

Nellie Pilsworth, 19, Jam maker’s factory hand, b. Cambridge

Ethel Pilsworth, 18, dressmaker, b. Cambridge

Gladys Pilsworth, 16, errand boy for a printer & publisher, b. Cambridge

Charles Pilsworth, 15, b. Cambridge

Mabel Pilsworth, 14, b. Cambridge

Alfred Pilsworth, 9, b. Cambridge

Stanley Pilsworth, 5, b. Cambridge

Edwin Pilsworth, 1, b. Cambridge

Frederick Pilsworth, under one month, b. Cambridge

Emma and Thomas have been married for twenty years and have had nine children20.9.0

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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