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86 York Street

A Coachmaker & a Carman


Number 86 is not on the 1881 Census.


James Bennett, head, coachmaker [illegible] groom, 58, 1833, B. Cambridge
Arthur Bennett, tailor, 24, 1867, B. Cambridge
Mary A Bennett, tailoress, 21, 1870, B. Cambridge
George Bennett, tailor, 18, 1873, B. Cambridge
Elizabeth Bennett, 14, 1877, B. Cambridge
Mary A Bennett, wife, 54, 1837, B. Cambridge
Jemima Bennett, 12, 1879, B. Cambridge
John Bennett, 10, 1881, B. Cambridge


James Bennett, head, 68, iron pieceman, 1833, Cambridge Enumerator has written “Blacks” across it, so works for a blacksmith
Mary A Bennett, wife, 65, 1836, Cambridge
Arthur Bennett, son, 36, tailor, 1865, Cambridge
Mary A Bennett, daughter, 30, tailoress, 1871, Cambridge
George Bennett, son, 25, tailor, 1876, Cambridge
Elizabeth Bennett, daughter, 23, 1878, Cambridge
Jennie Bennett, daughter, 21, 1880, Cambridge
John Bennett, son, 20, carpenter, 1881, Cambridge

Arthur and George Bennett are buried together in Mill Road Cemetery with Arthur’s wife Florence.


William Coote, 37, carman for a mineral water works, b. Horningsea

Mary Ann Coote, 35, b. Cambridge

William Coote, 15, b. Cambridge

Tommas [how it was written] Coote, 8, b. Cambridge

Violet Coote, 7, b. Cambridge

Reginald Coote, 2, b. Cambridge

Mary Ann and William have been married for sixteen years and have had eight children, four of whom have died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901 & 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,


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