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93 York Street

Three Families of Labourers

Rose Terrace


Number 93 is not on the 1881 Census.


James Newman, head, labourer, 39, 1852, St Pauls Bulchamp, Essex
Mary A Newman, college servant, 38, 1853, Girton
Albert Newman, scholar, 4, 1887, Girton
Lucy Newman, scholar, 3, 1888, Girton


Frederick Arber, head, 34, general labourer, 1867, Cambridge
Frances Arber, wife, 33, 1868, Hulton, Lancashire


Edward Furness, 38, general labourer, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Kate Furness, 37, b. Cambridge

Thomas Furness, 17, general labourer, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Ethel Furness, 12, school, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Lily Furness, 10, school, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Percy Furness, 9, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Edward Furness, 7, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Gladys Furness, 5, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Nelly Furness, 3, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

John Furness, 9 months, b. St. Matthews, Cambridge

Robert Bailey, 48, brother-in-law, carman for furniture dealer, b. Cambridge

Kate and Edward have been married for thirteen years and have had eight children.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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