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82 York Street

A Plasterer & a Plumber


Number 82 is not on the 1881 Census.


George Jeeves, head, plasterer, 46, 1845, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
Eliza Jeeves, 48, 1843, Blunham, Bedfordshire
Willm L Jeeves, carpenter , 17, 1874, Blunham, Bedfordshire
Alice Miriam Jeeves, dressmaker, 15, 1876, B. Cambridge
Julia Jeeves, scholar, 9, 1882, B. Cambridge
George E Jeeves, scholar, 7, 1884, B. Cambridge


Louis Jeeves, head, 53, plasterer, 1848, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire (change of Christian name)
Eliza Jeeves, wife, 58, 1843, Blunham, Bedfordshire
Alice M Jeeves, daughter, 25, dressmaker, 1876, Cambridge


William Chapman, 57, plumber, b. Cambridge

Louisa Chapman, 48, b. Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire

Harry Chapman, 21, porter for a fruiterer, b. Cambridge

Sidney Chapman, 16, plumber’s labourer, b. Cambridge

Bertram Chapman, 11, school, b. Cambridge

Jessie Chapman, 14, school b. Cambridge

Fred Chapman, 9, [doesn’t say school], b. Cambridge

Louisa and William have been married for 29 years and have had 14 children, five of whom have died. The family has moved here from 96 York Street.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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