Stokesley Workhouse census returns 1841...-1891

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Eventually, inthe Stokesley Guardians were persuaded to build a new workhouse accommodating inmates at a site to the north-east of Stokesley. Completed init comprised a single-storey entrance range with a two-storey main block to the rear.

The location and layout of the workhouse are shown on the OS map of A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham. Name Mar Age Sex Relation Occupation Handicap Birthplace; Staff; R. WILSON: M: M: Head. Northumberland County Record Office hold copies of Census Returns - and provide a useful User Guide; The Census Index (microfiche CN16) Hexham, Corbridge, Slaley and St John Lee (part) (PRO piece HO/ folios ) (Type A) (Book) Census Northumberland Hexham (Part of Hexham, Hexhamshire High, Low, Middle and West Quarters and Workhouse) (PRO piece.

Stokesley Workhouse Census First Name Surname Married Age Profession Where Born Richard. Historical description. Stokesley, a market and union town, a township, and a parish in N.R.

Yorkshire. The town stands on the river Leven, near the North Yorkshire and Cleveland railway, amid pleasant environs, 9¼ miles SE by S of Stockton-upon-Tees.

Census, born 6 Jun - Burford-Woodley Family Tree. Northumberland County Record Office holds copies of Census Returns - and provides a useful User Guide (Type B) (Book) (Volume 52) BOTH published by the The Union Workhouse was located near the village of Ponteland.

Some records are held atNorthumberland Record Office but these are of limited genealogical value. However in some cases you'll just find workhouse details in a normal enumeration book lumped in with normal households.

This was the case with the Horncastle return mentioned above. Also see the National Archives catalogue where the number (3) after a place name indicates that the piece includes a workhouse or pauper school. Census, born 5 Apr - Burford-Woodley Family Tree.

To Census Census () Family Links Census. Date: 5 AprEngland Census Returns: • Census: RG12_Pc18_Fo17_P27,35 Gloucester Road, Kensington, London, England. Address: 35 Gloucester Road, Kensington, London Civil parish: Kensington.

A piece may contain hundreds of pages, so extra information is required to find the right place within a piece. The census returns for most years follow a single format, Stokesley Workhouse census returns 1841.-1891 book there are slightly different arrangements for Stokesley Workhouse census returns 1841.-1891 book Census returns from to The extra refererence is a folio number and (optionally) a page number.

The census Householders' Schedules have been retained. It is from the CEBs that the various census population statistics were extracted and published.[2] It is these CEBs which are the family history researcher's resource. Census returns are subject to a years' privacy rule. Access to the Census Enumerators' Books.

Inhouseholders were asked how many rooms (if less then five) their family occupied and additional occupational data was collected. The enumerator then collected the census schedules and these were copied into census enumerators' books.

The way these are grouped may mean that a road is split over several folios with other streets in between. The census is considered to be the first modern UK census. Each householder was required to complete a census schedule which contained the household address and the names, ages, sexes, occupations and places of birth of each individual living at the address.

Census records [edit | edit source] Census records from to are available online. For access, see England Census Records and Indexes Online.

Census records from to are also available on film through a Family History Center or at the Family History Library. Poor Law Unions [edit | edit source] Stokesley Poor Law Union, Yorkshire. [] Old Malton school log book ; [] List of people involved with mining as owners, managers or agents in Swaledale, Arkengarthdale & Wensleydale; [] Thirsk census returns ; [] Thirsk census returns ; [] Redmire & Preston enclosure award ; [] Hurst census returns ; [] Grassington tithe.

Census: Workhouse. The newly-built Workhouse was enumerated separately. The inmates would have come from the villages in the Winslow Union as well as Winslow itself.

Read more about one of them, Eliza were o vastly below the building's capacity. Stokesley Union Workhouse was built to replace the old workhouse. Stokesley Town Hall was built, at Colonel Hildyard’s expense. It replaced the old Toll Booth. Stokesley Agricultural Society was formed, and the first Stokesley Show was held.

Joseph’s Roman Catholic church was consecrated. Census records. Gibson and M. Medlycott, Local census listings, holdings in the British Isles. Birmingham: Federation of Family History Societies, J.

Gibson and E. Hampson, Census returns in microform: a directory to local holdings in Great Britain; Channel Islands; Isle of Man.

Birmingham: Federation of Family. Census for Milton Workhouse. Census Day: Sunday April 5th. CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, Registration District: Milton Registration Sub-district: Milton.

ENUMERATION BOOK For the undermentioned Institution Name: Milton Union Workhouse Description: Union Workhouse Where Situated: Milton-next-Sittingbourne, Kent. The Census for the counties of Norfolk, Devon and Warwickshire acted as a pilot project for the much larger UK Census Index Project carried out in conjunction with the Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS).

These along with the Census are now available via the Internet using and This database will detail those persons enumerated in the Census of England and is an every-name index.

In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Census, reproduced by courtesy of The National Archives, London, England.

Availability of Census Returns Microforms All censuses of England and Wales are available on microfilm for consultation at the National Archives (formerly PRO) searchroom upstairs in the Family Record Centre in central London, and is available on microfiche for consultation at the National Archives main office at Kew (not at the.

Please note that the Glamorgan Record Office will have no facilities for you to access the census on the Internet. Useful books [edit | edit source].

Amanda Bevan (ed), Tracing your Ancestors in the Public Record Office (Public Record Office, ) Jeremy Gibson and Elizabeth Hampson, Census Returns, in Microform.A Directory to Local Holdings in Great Britain (Federation of Family.

The census returns were organised alphabetically according to county, hundred, and parish names. Consecutive piece numbers were assigned to hundreds or parts of hundreds for reference purposes. You will find the piece number on a paper strip on the side or bottom of every image, following the PRO class number (HO ).

Census for Faversham Workhouse. Census Date: Sunday 5th April CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, Registration District Faversham:: Registration Sub-District Faversham.

ENUMERATION BOOK For the undermentioned Institution Name – Faversham Union Workhouse Where Situate – Faversham. Wanless-like names. Grangetown, Eston – 32 Sheetham St (RG12/ folio 69) Albert E.H. Wanless, hd, md, 27, traffic manager at steelworks, NBL Hexham.

The following description of Stoke Damerel Workhouse appeared in "History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Devonshire " (available at Google Books for free Here, accessed 2 Aug ) – the John Beer mentioned as Clerk of Commissioners is unrelated to "my" Beer family onal information on Stoke Damerel Workhouse is also available at the Encyclopedia of Plymouth History.

Census Returns National Not available - available through – census plus other family history resources census plus other family history resources Bourne Union Workhouse – and – Lincoln Union Workhouse – Shipley Census indexes - Marion Woolgar: Memories of Shoreham (personal accounts dated c) Pamela Smith: Steyning census returns to Michael Hall: Steyning Census indexes - Marion Woolgar: Steyning Union Workhouse Census indexes - Marion Woolgar: Streat Census index: Mike Adams: Ticehurst Wales Residence Records Census.

Wales – Census – – England and Wales Census,index & images Wales – Census – – Abstract of the answers and returns: enumeration abstract, MDCCCXLI; England and Wales, and islands in the British seas: presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty Wales – Census – – Census returns of England and Wales.

Occupations from the census returns forand «on: Monday 16 June 08 BST (UK)» There is a list of occupations from the census returns forand at. REFERENCE: SURNAME: FIRSTNAME: RELNSHIP: STATUS: AGE: SEX: OCCUPATION: HANDICAP: BIRTHPLACE: RG11/ f.

Not Known: M: Deaf: Not Known: RG11/ f. Census records [edit | edit source] Census records from to are available online. For access, see England Census Records and Indexes Online. Census records from to are also available on film through a Family History Center or at the Family History Library.

Census returns for Yapton Click on + show block where it appears under the name of any of the men to discover more about him. CLICK HERE The Local Roll of Honour TO RETURN TO MAIN INDEX. Walter Davies jnr James Bertram Dawson R Dawson James Frederick Denney Reuben Headlam Dobson.

[Compiled from Parliamentary Papersand Added by Marjie Bloy Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore.]. The occupations in the Census are rank order of the numbers employed; the figures for and follow the original order, for comparison purposes.

Some occupations are re-named, others are put into different categories over this thirty. Additional information about the dwelling and property was collected. Each name in this index is linked to actual images of the England Census.

Wales Census. This database contains an every name index to the Wales Census with links to images of the original census returns. Caverswall Poll Book Totmonslow North.

Caverswall Village. (Social History Walk Notes)(Green File) 7. Caverswall, The Spirit of the Place by M.J.W.

Rogers. Caverswall, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Reg. bap. Census Indexes and Indexing. Census Returns in Microform. Census, Making Sense Of the. England Census England Census England Census Census - The Workhouse; Census of Inmates of many English workhouses British Census England Census Census - Institutions this is an index to Institutions in the Census of England and Wales.

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An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Census of England and Wales for the year population tables". I have the birth certificate, but BRICKWALL on his father Joseph, he does not appear on any census with his wife or supposed children. The only concrete evidence i have of Joseph's existence is the marriage inalthough Joseph is not recorded with the family on any census his wife does not list herself as a widow until the census.

The census was the first modern census, when the first Registrar General of England and Wales was made responsible for organising the count.

The census was taken on the night of 6 June and gave the total population as 18, The task of counting was passed to local officers of the newly created registration service.Stocksley Insane Asylum Records Annual return of lunatics: Stocksley Union Description Annual return of lunatics in the Stokesley Union, giving names, ages, parish to which chargeable, where maintained, weekly cost of maintenance, whether lunatic or idiot, dangerous to himself or others, of dirty habits, and how long they have been of unsound mind.The United Kingdom Census of recorded the occupants of every United Kingdom household on the night of 6 June The enactment of the Population Act meant a new procedure was adopted for taking the census.

It was described as the "first modern census" as it was the first to record information about every member of the household, and administered as a single event, under.

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