Market Street, Penkridge, 1901

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Charles Rawlings 31 shepherd

Mary 41 wife

Lizzie 8

Nellie 2

 

John Allen 44 agricultural labourer

Clare 37

Fanny 14

Mary 13

Edward 8

Ada 4

Samuel 6

Elsie 3

 

William Wood 58 widower, house carpenter

Fanny 27 daughter

 

Ann Sanders 74 retired laundress

Lettie Abbott 24 niece, domestic servant

 

Charles P. Russell 51 ? own account

Annie 49

Mary 20 dressmaker ?

Kate 18 dressmaker apprentice

 

William Talbot 34 stone quarryman

Alice 31

Albert 5

Frederick 7m.

 

Herbert Townshend 45 railway clerk

Dinah 47

Mary Miles 66

 

Robert Heap 78 widower, retired plumber

Rosa Ripper 48 daughter, widow

Edith Williams 25 housemaid

 

Charles Lees* 31 grocer's manager

Elizabeth 32

Reginald 1

Dorothy 5m

Margaret Robins 13 domestic servant

 

*Charles Lees bought the business in 1904 from Mr H. Robson. 1909 bought bakery business from Mrs Cliffe. Went bankrupt 1909 due to doctor’s fees of 50 in previous 3 years

 

William Hill 52 draper, grocer

Mary 64 wife

Mary Lees 32 step- daughter

 

George Hill 28 draper's assistant

Edith 27

 

Isabella Tunnicliffe 50 inn keeper

Florence Powell 14 domestic servant

 

James Doughty 27 grocer

Emily 40 wife

 

James Walton 61 boot shopkeeper

 

George Podmore 77 widower, agricultural labourer

Ernest 24 son, rail platelayer

Arthur 11 grandson

 

John Thurstance 55 general labourer

Mary 46

William 25 general labourer

Helen 20

Fanny 16

Emily 14

Arthur 11

Frederick 3

 

Michael Egan 41 bricklayer

Mary 50

Minnie 23

 

Richard Jones 61 grocer

Martha 59

Margaret 30 assistant grocer

Martha 26 assistant grocer

Ernest Elton 18 assistant grocer

Maud Weatherer 17 domestic servant

Tom Williams 17 grocer's servant

 

George Doughty 23 house carpenter

Annie 22

 

William Beard 23 butcher

Harriet 22

William 7m

 

John Cheadle 57 blacksmith

Elizabeth 59

Frances 28

Allan B. 26 grocer

Frederick 23 blacksmith

Ada Brown 3 boarder

 

Edmund Lees 35 grocer's assistant

Agnes 28

Frederick 3

Fanny Doughty 38 sister-in-law, school mistress

 

Mary Burns* 49 boot shopkeeper

Jane Bond 23 assistant

Louie* 21 dressmaker

William 15 grocer's apprentice

 

William Shutt  22 boarder, mech. Engineer

 

George Woolley 66 plumber

Ann 64

 

Thomas Rushton 37 domestic gardener

Ruth 35

Edith 6

Margaret 2

Mary Smith? 78 mother -in- law

Robert Beech 20 boarder, grocer's assistant

 

Annie Emery 41

James Edwards 50 boarder, labourer, navvy

 

Caroline Lowe 45 dress maker

Martha Rogers 53 church worker

 

Samuel Doley 55 house painter

Alice 20 daughter

George 19 painter

Rupert 15 painter

Elizabeth 10

 

Ann Hinton 58 farmer, widow

Annie 29 laundress

Thomas 28 farmer-worker

William McVeagle 27 boarder, Church Army Capt, evangelist

 

Horace Stallard 28 family butcher

Gertrude 25

Horace 1

 

William Malin 48 railway signalman

Mary 41

Walter 13 errand boy

Arthur 11

Wilfred 9

Roland 6

William 4

Mary 2m

Eleanor Boyard 69 mother-in-law, living on own means

 

Fanny Powell 61 widow

Harry 29 son, butcher

Fanny 26

Joseph 22 house carpenter

Sally 15 dressmaker

 

Thomas Davies 44 saddler

Laura 34

Hellie 18

Herbert 10

Fanny 9

 

Henry Croxton 42 boarder, excavator, navvy

Elizabeth Rostance 87

Thomas Allen 52 Insurance Agent

Emma 55

Amy 20 domestic duties

Ambrose 17 carpenter

Stephen 14 barber's assis

Harold Rotchell 1 grandson