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95 York Street

A Laundress & a Builder's Labourer

Rose Terrace


Number 95 is not on the 1881 Census


John Halcaston, head, living on own means, 39, 1852, St Andrew the Less parish, B. Cambridge
Elizabeth Halcaston, sister, living on own means, 56, 1835, St Andrew the Less parish, B. Cambridge


Kate Furniss, head, 30, washerwoman laundress, 1871, Cambridge
Tom Bailey, son, 7, 1894, Cambridge
Ethel Furniss, daughter, 2 years, 1901, Cambridge
Lily Furniss, daughter, 8 months, 1900, Cambridge
Ada Bailey, niece, 14, 1887, Cambridge


John Graves, 47, builder’s labourer, b. Toft, Cambridgeshire

Mary Ann Graves, 42, b. Cambridge

Alice Maud Graves, 13, school, b. Cambridge

Ethel Lucy Graves, 11, school, b. Cambridge

Samuel Edwin Graves, 10, school, b. Cambridge

Mary Ann and John have been married for eight years and have had seven children, one of whom has died.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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