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90 York Street

Two Labourers & a Bricklayer


Frederick Pinner, head, 45, 1836, general labourer, Gt Shelford, Cambridgeshire
Lavinia M. Pinner, daughter, 4, 1877, scholar, Cambridge
Georgianna Atkin, widow, 34, 1847, tailoress, Cambridge
Emily A. Atkin, daughter, 8, 1873, scholar, Cambridge
Walter M. Hills, boarder, 1, 1880, Cambridge


Charles Reynolds, head, bricklayer, 45, 1846, B. Cambridge
Charlotte Deeks, housekeeper, 35, 1856, B. Cambridge


Charles Reynolds, head, 57, bricklayer, 1844, Cambridge
Charlotte Dicks, sister, 46, 1855, Cambridge


James Belcham, 32, general labourer, b. Cambridge

Bertha Belcham, 32, at home, b. Cambridge

Bertie Belcham, 12, School, b. Cambridge

Annie Belcham, 10, School, b. Cambridge

May Belcham, 8, School, b. Cambridge

James Belcham, 5, b. Cambridge

Charles Belcham, 2, b. Cambridge

Bertha and James have been married for thirteen years and have had six children, one of whom has died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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