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88 York Street

Coal Porter & a General Labourer


James Carter, head, 40, 1841, engine driver on G.N.R., Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Maria Carter, wife, 40, 1841, Hadley, Essex
Frances Carter, daughter, 14, 1867, scholar, Cambridge
Florence Carter, daughter, 13, 1868, scholar, Cambridge
Lavinia Carter, daughter, 9, 1872, scholar, Cambridge


John Neaves, head, coal porter, 40, 1851, Barton,
Sarah Neaves, college kitchen help, 41, 1850, West Wickham,
Rebecca Neaves, 15, 1876, Barton,
Walter Neaves, 8, 1883, B. Cambridge

This family lived at 63 York Street in 1881.


Alfred G Clark, head, 45, general labourer, 1856, Cambridge
Eliza Clark, wife, 38, charwoman, 1863, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire
Albert V Clark, son, 15, errand boy, 1886, Cambridge
Joseph Clark, son, 13, 1888, Cambridge


Alfred George Clark, 55, groom at a livery stable, b. Cambridge

Eliza Clark, 47, b. Waterbeach

Joseph Clark, 23, worker at a livery stable, b. Cambridge

Eliza and Alfred have been married for 26 years and have had two children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1911 UK Census


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