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84 York Street

The History of the Harradine Family


Number 84 is not on the 1881 Census. The first entry for number 84 on the Electoral register is for a Thomas Clarke in 1890.

1891 – 1915

William Harradine, head, bricklayer, 39, 1852, B. Cambridge
Emma Harradine, 30, 1861, B. Cambridge
Albert Harradine, carpenter, 17, 1874, B. Cambridge
Emily Harradine, dressmaker, 15, 1876, B. Cambridge – daughter of first wife (Mary Ann King)
Fred Harradine, scholar, 12, 1879, B. Cambridge – son of first wife (Mary Ann King)
Maud Harradine, 5, 1886, B. Cambridge


William Harradine, head, 49, bricklayer, 1852, Cambridge
Emma Harradine, wife, 38, 1863, Cambridge died 16 January 1911
Emily Harradine, daughter, 24, dressmaker, 1877, Cambridge
Alice Maud Harradine, daughter, 15, dressmaker’s apprentice, 1886, Cambridge
Beatrice May Harradine, daughter, 7, 1894, Cambridge

Alice and Beatrice are buried in Mill Road Cemetery with William and Emma.


William Harradine, 56, widower, bricklayer, b. Cambridge.  He’s written that he was married for 26 years and had two children, both still living.

Maud Harradine, 25, b. St Andrew the Less, Cambridge

May Harradine, 17, b. Cambridge

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery, Cambridgeshire Electoral Registers (1722-1966),


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