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Eleanor Johnson - born abt 1741 and died around April 1804. Burial: 22 Apr 1804 St Mary Magdalene,Warboys,Huntingdonshire
Will: 25 Feb 1802 See Notes 4
Event: Will proved 30 Nov 1805 The Rev Edward EDWARDS,? Oliver DRING the elder to the truth of this Will 4
Note:
Addresses
1762 Warboys, Huntingdonshire

Will of Eleanor DRING
(The Will has different wording, so has been copied here)
...Whereas my said Husband Oliver Dring and I the said Eleanor Dring being Customary Tenants of the Manor of Warboys in the County aforesaid did by our Surrender in Writing bearing date the twenty fourth day of this present month of February out of Court Rod according to the Custom of the said Manor surrendered out of our hands into the hands of the Lords of the said Manor by the hands and acceptance of Simon Hardy Gentleman chief Steward ofthe said Manor I the said Eleanor having been first soley and separately examined apart from my said Husband by the said Steward and thereto freely consenting All and singular the Customary or Copyholds Messuages Cottages Lands Tenements Hereditaments and Premises whatsoever of the said Oliver Dring and me the said Eleanor his Wife or either of us situate lying and being within and held of the said Manor by Copy of Court Rod with their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances whereto the said Oliver Dring and I the said Eleanor his wife were admitted Tenants at a Court held in and for the said Manor on the twenty fourth day of April one thousand seven hundred and sexty seven on the Surrender of John Johnson And the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders thereof and all the Estate Right Title Interest, property, Claim and Demand whatsoever of the said Oliver Dring and me the said Eleanor his Wife or either of Us of into or out of the same premises every or any part of parcel thereof to the use and behoof of such Person and Persons for such Estate and Estates and subject to such Payments, Power, Provisions, Conditions, Restrictions and Limitations and to for and upon such uses Trusts Inents and Purposes as them was or were should or might at any time or times hereafter be limited, expressed, declared or appointed of or concerning the same in and by the last Will and Testament in Writing of me the said Eleanor Dring whether such Will be made with or withouth the consent of the said Oliver Dring my husband and whether I the said Eleanor Dring should be married or sole at the time of making the same Subject nevertheless to the life Estate of the said Oliver Dring in the said premises pursiant to the terms of the said Admission as in and by the said in part recited surrender reference bring thereunto had may more fully appear Now I the said Eleanor Dring do hereby in pursuance of the said in part recited Surrender and by virtue of the power and authority to me thereby given and reserved Give, Devise, direct, limit and appoint all and singular the Premises mentioned and comprized in the said Surrender with the rights Memebers and Appurtenances thereunto belonging (subject as aforesaid_ unto my son Oliver Dring the younger of Warboys aforesaid Farmer To hold the same to him my said Son and his Heirs and Assigns for ever Subject also nevertheless and I do hereby charge and make liable all and singular with said Premises to and with the payment of the several Legacies or Sums of Money following (that is to say) .....
- to daughter Mary HENNESY, wife of Thomas of Brampton, Huntingdonshire, Gentleman : £50 after twelve months have passed since the death of the survivor of Oliver Dring and his wife Eleanor
- to Lucy ANGWOOD, wife of Samuel ANGWOOD of Chatteris, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, Blacksmith : £50 after two years have passed since the death of the survivor of Oliver and Eleanor.
- to Hannah FULLARD, wife of Edward FULLARD of Wistow, Huntingdonshire, Farmer : £50 after three years have passed since the death of the survivor of Oliver and Eleanor
- to Eleanor DRING of Warboys, spinster : £100 four years after the death of the survivor
- to Martha HOLDER, wife of Edward HOLDER of Pidley, Huntingdonshire, Farmer : £50 five years after the death of the survivor
If any of the daughters should die before the legacies are payable, then the money should be divided between the daughter's children when they reach the age of twenty one years
Witnesses : Edward CHILD, Daniel RUFF

 
JOHNSON, Elanor (I1734)
 
2 "Butcher then engineer. Engineering company with about ten employees.
A hard man, who wouldn't pay his children the going rate, so they left.
Walter remained, and hence inherited all. Whether his father was the Ludwig
Scheu or there was another generation in between is not sure". - KS

(The line is now clearly not directly from Ludwig - the exact relationship is still unclear - Pete Shew)

"I also remember my dad telling me about his dad William, being an
extraordinarily lucky chap. Aparently, one time he had bandaged eyes. He just happened to be walking through the hall way of the house when one of the children screamed as it fell over the top banister - direction floorwards. William heard the scream, and put his arms out to catch the infant "blind". Miraculously No-one was hurt.
On another ocasion he was sinking or building a well. you have to dig the hole, get in it and line the hole with bricks as you go down. After going down some way, the brick work collapsed inwards, but William was not hit by a single brick"
Tony Shew

From rear of photo "Known as William Shew since August 7 1914" 
SCHEU, William (I63)
 
3 "extra parochial of Lymage" FLINT, John (I2010)
 
4 "extra parochial of Lymage" FLINT, Henry (I2011)
 
5 "Received into church" "named son of Lewis and Elizabeth" 9 Apr
1807 
FLINT, Thomas (I1987)
 
6 (Research):
Hi Pete,

There is a tree up on Ancestry.com with details of the Drings.

The tree starts with :
ID: I5952
Name: John DRING
Surname: DRING
Given Name: John
Sex: M
Birth: BEF 1657 1
Burial: 8 May 1731 St Mary Magdalene,Warboys,Huntingdonshire 2 3
Note:
The eariest baptism we have for a child of John DRING is August 1693 which is sixteen months after he married Joanne HILLS. However, this first child, and four later ones are all shown with the mother as Mary. The following eight children have Joane shown as their mother.

Jim BECK and John ROWELL have both suggested that all the children had the one mother, Joane, and that would seem to be the case, given the date of the John/Joane marriage.

However, why was Mary shown as the mother for the earlier children? Angela EDMONDS has found a John DRING/Mary SMITH marriage in 1682 in All Saints, Huntingdonshire. There are, however, no children baptised in that church for these parents. It could be that John was married to this Mary, they went to Warboys where they lived for up to ten years, and because the Warboys clerk was used to "John and Mary" he put the incorrect name in the baptism register for the children of "John and Joane".

For the time being John is shown as marrying three time, but it is obvious that more research is required.
Marriage 1 Mary SMITH b: ABT 1662 in of Warboys, Hunts, England
Married: 1682 in All Saints,Huntingdon,Huntingdonshire
Marriage 2 Joane HILLS b: ABT 1672
Married: 14 Apr 1692 in St Mary Magdalene,Warboys,Huntingdonshi
Children
Mary DRING
John DRING
Thomas DRING
Oliver DRING
William DRING
Edward DRING
William DRING
Elizabeth DRING
Alice DRING
Marriage 3 Elizabeth WOMERSLEY b: ABT 1705 in of Warboys, Hunts, England
Married: 1725 in Bluntisham cum Earith,Huntingdonshire
Ruth
 
DRING, John (I1735)
 
7 (Research): From LDS Family Search:

Groom name «tab»Ludwig August Scheu
Groom birth date «tab»01 Aug 1830
Groom birth place «tab»Kuenzelsau
Bride name «tab»Anna Friedrike Eugenie Geisselbrecht
Bride birth date «tab»13 Dec 1843
Bride birth place «tab»Konstanz
Marriage date «tab»29 Mar 1868
Marriage place «tab»Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany
Father of groom name «tab»Christian Friedrich Scheu
Mother of groom name «tab»Christine Auerbach
Father of bride name «tab»Johann Christof David Geisselbrecht
Mother of bride name «tab»Johanna Monika Brix
Batch number «tab»M92802-9
Record group «tab»Germany-EASy
Film number «tab»1055659 
SCHEU, Ludwig August (I95)
 
8 (Research):1801 Census - 189 Garnett St, Bradford

William MANCHESTER Head M Male 47 Horsforth, York, England Hay Dealer
Mary H. MANCHESTER Wife M Female 42 Stanningley, York, England
M. MANCHESTER Father W Male 72 Thorner, York, England
Esther E. MANCHESTER Daur U Female 22 Stanningley, York, England Drapers Shop Woman
Kate MANCHESTER Daur U Female 16 Horsforth, York, England
Lilly MANCHESTER Daur U Female 15 Armley, York, England
Hannah MANCHESTER Daur Female 10 Burton Leonard, York, England Scholar
Ephraim MANCHESTER Son Male 8 Bradford (Girlington), York, England Scholar
Harry MANCHESTER Son Male 6 Manningham, York, England Scholar
Edgar MANCHESTER Son Male 4 Bradford, York, England Scholar
Clarrisa MANCHESTER Daur Female 1 Bradford, York, England

IGI has a William Manchester born 24 Nov 1833 Horsforth as the son of John Manchester and Anna
 
MANCHESTER, William (I1376)
 
9 (Research):1841 census
Civil parish: Kidderminster
Hundred: Kidderminster
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Source information: HO107/1208/6
Registration district: Kidderminster
Sub-registration district: Kidderminster
ED, institution, or vessel: 13
Folio: 22

Line number: 22
GSU Number: 464214

Richard Pheysey ~1781 Worcestershire, Kidderminster ?labourer
Richard Pheysey ~1822 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Elizabeth Pheysey ~1823 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Harriet Pheysey ~1826 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Caroline Pheysey ~1828 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
John Pheysey ~1830 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Hannah Pheysey ~1832 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Emma Pheysey ~1834 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Jane Pheysey ~1838 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
Henry Pheysey ~1839 Worcestershire, Kidderminster
 
PHAYSEY, Richard (I358)
 
10 (Research):185 Census INSTON, John (I167)
 
11 (Research):1851 census

I had Betsy as here name and there was a Betsy Heaton, but census shoes Martha as Wiliams wife with daur Anne Marie 
Martha (I1485)
 
12 (Research):1851 Census
Elmbridge
Age wrong in census - mixed up with missing Eliza? 
INSTON, Joseph (I993)
 
13 (Research):1851 Census
Elmbridge 
Nancy (I158)
 
14 (Research):1851 Census
Elmbridge 
INSTON, Rosetta (I170)
 
15 (Research):1851 Census
Elmbridge 
INSTON, Henry (I171)
 
16 (Research):1851 Census
Elmbridge (b. Defford)

1881 Census
George GREAVES «tab» Head «tab» M «tab» Male «tab» 39 «tab» Droitwich, Worcester, England «tab»Farmer 302 Acres Employing 5 Men & 1 Boy «tab»
Ann Elizabeth GREAVES Wife «tab» M «tab» Female 40 «tab» West Deeping, Lincoln, England «tab»
George Edward GREAVES Son «tab» U «tab» Male «tab» 10 «tab» Poplar, Middlesex, England «tab» «tab»Scholar «tab»
Fanny Elizabeth GREAVES Daur «tab» «tab» Female 9 «tab» Berkley, Gloucester, England «tab» «tab»Scholar «tab»
Henry William GREAVES Son «tab» «tab» Male «tab» 8 «tab» Berkley, Gloucester, England «tab» «tab»Scholar «tab»
Beatrice Ann GREAVES «tab» Daur «tab» «tab» Female 6 «tab» Berkley, Gloucester, England «tab» «tab»Scholar «tab»
Edith Lucy GREAVES «tab» Daur «tab» «tab» Female 4 «tab» Hampton Lovett, Worcester, England
Florence Ada GREAVES «tab» Daur «tab» «tab» Female 2 «tab» Hampton Lovett, Worcester, England
Ethel GREAVES «tab» Daur «tab» «tab» Female 1 m «tab» Hampton Lovett, Worcester, England «tab»
E.Louisa CHERRY «tab» Cousin U «tab» Female 29 «tab» West Deeping, Lincoln, England «tab»Dairy Maid A L «tab»
Sarah INSTON «tab» «tab»Nurse «tab» W «tab» Female 71 «tab» Defford, Worcester, England «tab» «tab»Midwife «tab»

Source Information:
«tab»Dwelling «tab»Fibden Farm
«tab»Census Place «tab»Hampton Lovett, Worcester, England
«tab»Family History Library Film «tab»1341703
«tab»Public Records Office Reference «tab»RG11
«tab»Piece / Folio «tab»2935 / 156
«tab»Page Number «tab»2


possible IGI entries
SARAH GWILLIAM
«tab»Female «tab» «tab»
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Event(s):
«tab»Birth:
«tab»Christening: «tab»
13 JAN 1808 «tab»Saint Andrew, Pershore, Worcester, England
«tab»Death:
«tab»Burial:
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Parents:
«tab»Father: «tab»JAMES GWILLIAM «tab»
«tab»Mother: «tab»ELIZABETH «tab»
«tab»
Messages:
«tab»Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Source Information:
«tab»Batch No.: «tab»Dates: «tab»Source Call No.: «tab»Type: «tab»Printout Call No.: «tab»Type:
«tab»P012441 «tab»1609 - 1812 «tab»0098489 «tab»Film «tab»0472507 «tab»Film
«tab»P012441 «tab»1609 - 1812 «tab»0098489 «tab»Film «tab»NONE «tab»
«tab»Sheet: 00

AND wrong husband but dates and locations aee good:

«tab»«tab»«tab»
SARAH GWILLIAM «tab»Pedigree
«tab»Female «tab» «tab»
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Event(s):
«tab»Birth:
«tab»Christening:
«tab»Death:
«tab»Burial:
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Marriages:
«tab»Spouse: «tab»JOHN TROTON «tab»
«tab»Marriage: «tab»
05 NOV 1829 «tab»Elmbridge, Worcester, England
«tab»
Messages:
«tab»Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the marriage date.
«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Source Information:
«tab»Batch No.: «tab»Dates: «tab»Source Call No.: «tab»Type: «tab»Printout Call No.: «tab»Type:
«tab»M021341 «tab»1755 - 1837 «tab»0876697 «tab»Film «tab»NONE «tab»
«tab»Sheet: 00
 
GWILLIAM, Sarah (I166)
 
17 (Research):1851 Census
Elmbridge, Clent

1861 Census Elmbridge, Clent
(in a row of houses almost together)

Thomas BARBER Head Mar 25 Bricklayer Worcesrter, Clent
Mary Ann BARBER Wife Mar 20 Worcester, Elmbridge


Elizah INSTON Head Un 21 ? Worcester, Elmbridge

John INSTON Head Mar 59 Carpenter Worcester, Elmbridge
Sarah INSTON Wife Mar 51 Worcester, Defford
Joseph INSTON Son Un 23 Carpenter Worcester, Elmbridge
Henry INSTON Son 12 Scholar Worcester, 
INSTON, John (I159)
 
18 (Research):1851 Census
Upton on Severn, Hanley Castle, Great Malvern

1861 Census Elmbridge, Clent
(in a row of houses almost together)

Thomas BARBER Head Mar 25 Bricklayer Worcesrter, Clent
Mary Ann BARBER Wife Mar 20 Worcester, Elmbridge


Elizah INSTON Head Un 21 ? Worcester, Elmbridge

John INSTON Head Mar 59 Carpenter Worcester, Elmbridge
Sarah INSTON Wife Mar 51 Worcester, Defford
Joseph INSTON Son Un 23 Carpenter Worcester, Elmbridge
Henry INSTON Son 12 Scholar Worcester, Elmbridge


1881 Census
Thomas BARBER Head M Male 45 Clent Bricklayer
Mary BARBER Wife M Female 39 Elmbridge
John BARBER Son U Male 16 Clent Bricklayers Labr
Thomas BARBER Son U Male 8 Clent Scholar
William BARBER Son U Male 4 Clent Scholar
Sarah BARBER Daur U Female 1 Clent

1901 Census Clent
111 Holy Grove
Thomas BARBER Head M 65 Bricklayer, Worc. Clent
Mary A BARBER Wife M 60 , Worc Elmbridge

 
BARBER, Thomas (I178)
 
19 (Research):1851 Census INSTON, William Herbert (I992)
 
20 (Research):1861 Census
Elmbridge, Clent
 
INSTON, Mary Anne (I169)
 
21 (Research):1861 Census Codsall, Shropshire
Railway Street

John TURNER Head Mar 48 Ag Lab Codsall, Staffs
Maria TURNER Wife Mar 42 Codsall, Staffs
Fanny TURNER Daur 11 Scholar Codsall, Staffs
George TURNER Son 8 Scholar Codsall, Staffs
Ann TURNER Daur 4 Scholar Codsall, Staffs

1881 Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
John TURNER Head M Male 58 Codsall, Stafford, England Ag Lab
Maria TURNER Wife M Female 58 Codsall, Stafford, England
George TURNER Son U Male 28 Codsall, Stafford, England Ag Lab
Samson FELLOWS G Son Male 2 Codsall, Stafford, England

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Source Information:
Dwelling Wolverhampton Rd
Census Place Codsall, Stafford, England
Family History Library Film 1341668
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2789 / 54
Page Number 23
 
TURNER, John (I1055)
 
22 (Research):1861 Census Derby
46 ? Street
Samuel BRADSHAW Head Mar 39 Labourer Derby, Oleston
Emma BRADSHAW Wife Mar 40 Derby, Kirk Langley
Sarah BRADSHAW Daur Un 19 Derby, Kirk Langley
Eliza BRADSHAW Daur Un 17 Derby, Kirk Langley
Mary A BRADSHAW Daur Un 9 Derby, Kirk Derby


HeExtract: 1881 British Census
Dwelling: 5 Park Place
Census Place: Greenwich, Kent, England
Source: FHL Film 1341168 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0724 Folio 52 Page 12

From LDS
Eliza
Female
Christening: 15 JUN 1845 Kirk Langley, Derby, England
Father: Samuel Bradshaw
Mother: Emma
Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:
C135642 Film

1891 Census

Eliza CHERRY, Head, Widow, 47, Female, Derby
Arthur Wilkins CHERRY, Son, S, 15, Male, Staines, Coppersmith spout finisher
Thomas B Byng CHERRY, Son, S, 12, Male, Greenwich, Errand boy
Irene Wilhelmina CHERRY, Daughter, S, 10, Female, Greenwich, Scholar
Frederick Clifford CHERRY, Son, S, 9, Male, Greenwick, Scholar
Thomas OLIVER, Lodger, S, 22, Male, Hatton, Railway Guard

176 Cookey Road
Bordesley RG12/2410
 
BRADSHAW, Eliza (I589)
 
23 (Research):1871 census RENNIE, Elizabeth (I352)
 
24 (Research):1871 Census Aston, Birmingham, Duddleston & Nechells
270 & 271 Gt Lister St

William HEATON«tab»«tab»Head«tab»M 43 Confectioner
Betsey HEATON«tab»«tab»Wife«tab»M 33 Confectioner's wife
William A HEATON «tab»Son«tab»U 19 Printer
Ann M HEATON«tab»«tab»Daur«tab»U 21 Confectioner's Daur
Mary HEATON«tab»«tab»Daur«tab»U 18 Glass polisher
Emily HEATON«tab»«tab»Daur«tab»U 16 Waitress
John J HEATON«tab»«tab»Son«tab»U 12 Scholar
Martha HEATON«tab»«tab»Daur«tab»U 7 Scholar
Mary Ann HEATON«tab»Daur«tab»U 6 Scholar
Harry HEATON«tab»«tab»Son«tab»U 1
All born in Warwickshire, Birmingham

It looks like Betsey is his second wife - the four older children are surely too old for her. (Probably a transcription error - 1861 census shows her ten years older than William hence 53 not 33 in 1871)

From 1881 Census

Dwelling Staniforth St Court 6 House 5
Census Place Birmingham, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341717
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3001 / 59
Page Number 10

Christening from LDS shows father and mother - It looks like I got it wrong with birth in Jan 1850 and parents Alfred Eaton and Mary Bayliss.

1837 online has 1861 census as Ann M Heaton Aston
1861 Census
276 Grt Lister St

William HEATON«tab»Head«tab»Mar«tab»33«tab»Confectioner«tab»Birmingham
Betsy HEATON«tab»Wife«tab»Mar«tab»43«tab»«tab»«tab»Birmingham
Ann M HEATON«tab»Daur«tab»«tab»11«tab»Scholar«tab»«tab»Birmingham
William«tab»HEATON«tab»Son«tab»«tab»10«tab»Scholar«tab»«tab»Birmingham
Mary HEATON«tab»Daur«tab»«tab»8«tab»Scholar«tab»«tab»Birmingham
Emily HEATON«tab»Daur«tab»«tab»6«tab»Scholar«tab»«tab»Birmingham
Joseph HEATON«tab»Son«tab»«tab»2«tab»«tab»«tab»Birmingham
Marrian HEATON«tab»Daur«tab»«tab»2 mo«tab»«tab»«tab»Birmingham

 
HEATON, Ann Maria (I321)
 
25 (Research):1871 Census, Chatteris
15 Rayments Lane

Johnson ANGOOD Head W 74 Retired farmer Chatteris
Una E ANGOOD G. Daur U 15 Scholar Chatteris

Death JUN 1872 N. Witchford 3b 354 (age 75) 
ANGOOD, Johnson (I671)
 
26 (Research):1871 Census, Saint Mary, Southampton
28 Liverpool St

Frederick HORTON Head M 46 Printer and Reader (unemployed) - Birmingham
Mary Ann HORTON Wife M 37 - Essex, Tolleshunt Darcy
Edward G HORTON Son U 16 Gasfitter & Bellhanger - Essex, Messing
Mary Ann S HORTON Daur U 15 Scholar - Southampton
Eliza E HORTON Daur U 10 Scholar - Southampton
Henry J HORTON Son U 7 Scholar - Southampton
Oliver HORTON Son U 4 Scholar - Southampton
Edgar HORTON Son U 2 - Southampton

Census 1861 Southampton, St Mary
20 College Street

Frederick HORTON Head Mar 36 Printer Compositor Warwick Birmingham
Mary Ann HORTON Wife Mar 28 Essex, Tolleshunt Darcy
Edward HORTON Son 6 Scholar Essex, Messing
Mary Ann HORTON Daur 5 Southampton
Eliza E HORTON Daur 5m Southampton
 
HORTON, Frederick (I609)
 
27 (Research):1871 Census, Shoreditch, Hackney
Watson Pl

Thomas BASON Head M 53 Army A...... Berks, Buckland
Elizabeth BASON Wife M 50 Berks, Buckland
Thomas P BASON Son U 10 Scholar Northampton
Richard BASON Son U 7 Kent, Greenwich
Fredrick W BASON Son U 5 Kent, Greenwich


A Thomas Bason was born in Buckland in 26/11/1769 ti Edwd Bason and Eliz.
An Edward Basson was married in Buckland 27/2/1769 to Elizabeth Nicholas
A Robert Bason was born 05 OCT 1682 Lillingstone Dayrell to Robert and Katherine
A William Bason was christened 23 MAR 1766 Leckhampstead
A William Bason married Elizabeth Amborough 07 OCT 1776 Maids Moreton,
A Thomas Bason married Mary Baldwin 27 DEC 1770 Leckhampstead
A Frances Bason married James Baldwin 15 AUG 1773 Leckhampstead


 
BASON, Thomas (I610)
 
28 (Research):1871 Census, Shrewley, Hatton
Shrewley Common
James MULLIS Head M 64 Landowner - Worcestershire, Treddington
Lucy MULLIS Wife M 59 Wife - Warwickshire, Tamworth (Tanworth?)

In spite of the census record showing Treddington (with two Ds) in Worcester, there is no such place. There is a Trediington in Gloucester and one in Warwickshire and the latter seems more likely.

IGI has a record of a James Mullis christened 25 Jan 1807 (the right age) in Tredington, Warwick. George & Sarah Mullis are the parents. 
MULLIS, James (I1063)
 
29 (Research):1881 Census

William MULLIS Head M Male 40 Yardley, Worcester, England Gardener (Domestic Serv)
Ann J. MULLIS Wife M Female 34 Dudley, Stafford, England
George E. MULLIS Son U Male 18 Yardley, Worcester, England Machine Fitter
Howard R. MULLIS Son Male 17 Yardley, Worcester, England Tin Plate Worker
Alice L. MULLIS Daur Female 15 Hatton, Warwick, England Pearl Button Maker
Eliza A. MULLIS Daur Female 12 Rowington, Warwick, England Scholar
William MULLIS Son Male 5 m Bham, Warwick, England

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Source Information:
Dwelling No 2 Oak Pl
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341723
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3025 / 80
Page Number 10

1901 Census

Howard R Mullis Head M 37 M /Railway Ship Lamp Maker On Tin Copper Or Brass Employer /Warwick Rowington
Charlotte A Mullis Wife M 34 F / /Warwick Aston
Elsie Mullis Daughter S 11 F / /Warwick Aston
Howard J Mullis Son 9 M / /Warwick Aston
Horace Mullis Son 8 M / /Warwick Aston
Harold Mullis Son 6 M / /Warwick Aston
Dorothy S C Mullis Daughter 5 F / /Warwick Aston
Madeline Mullis Daughter 2 F / /Warwick Aston
Gwendoline Mullis Daughter 4M F / /Warwick Aston
William Mullis Brother S 20 M /Railway Ship Lamp Maker In Tin Copper Worker /Warwick Aston

PRO Reference Schedule Number
RG13 2866 34 21 112

Address
495 Green Lane
Civil Parish Rural District
Aston
Town or Village or Hamlet Parliamentary Borough or Division
Bordesley Division Birmingham
Ecclesiastical Parish Administrative County
St Oswalds Birmingham
County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District

Census 1911 Solihull, Warwickshire

William M 1881
Irene Wilhelmena F 1881
Eric Bradshaw M 1908
Alfred M 1911
 
MULLIS, William (I117)
 
30 (Research):1881 Census

Samson FELLOWS Head M Male 31 Shifnal, Shropshire, England Plate Layer Railway
Ann FELLOWS Wife M Female 26 Codsall, Stafford, England
Joseph FELLOWS Son Male 5 Codsall, Stafford, England Scholar
George FELLOWS Son Male 6 m Codsall, Stafford, England

Source Information:
Dwelling Bridgenorth Road
Census Place Tettenhall, Stafford, England
Family History Library Film 1341667
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2788 / 55
Page Number 6


1891 Census

Samson FELLOWS, Head, M, Male, 42, Salop Shifnal, Worker, Railway Platelayer
Annie FELLOWS, Wife, M, 38, Female, Staffordshire Codsall
Joseph FELLOWS, Son, S, 15, Male, Staffordshire Codsall, Worker, Rope Spinner
Louisa FELLOWS. Daughter, S, 14, Female, Staffordshire Codsall, Worker, Tin Cleaner
Samson FELLOWS, Son, S, 12, Male, Staffordshire Codsall, Scholar
George FELLOWS, Son, S, 10, Male, Staffordshire Codsall, Scholar
Harriet FELLOWS, Daughter, S, 8, Female, Staffordshire Wolverhampton, Scholar
William FELLOWS, Son, S, 6, Male, Staffordshire Wolverhampton, Scholar
Martha FELLOWS, Daughter, S, 6m, Female, Staffordshire Wolverhampton, Scholar

Source Information:
Dwelling 17 Fox's Lane
Census Place Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
Public Records Office Reference RG12
Piece / Folio 2232 /
Page Number 38


1901 Census

Sanson FELLOWS, Head, M, Male, 51, Shropshire, Worker, Railway Platelayer
Annie FELLOWS, Wife, M, Female, 47, Staffs
George FELLOWS, Son, S, 20, Male, Staffs, Worker, Coal Miner Below
Harriet FELLOWS, Daughter, S, 17, Female, Staffs
William FELLOWS, Servant, S, 16, Male, Staffs, Worker, Coal Miner Below Ground
Martha FELLOWS, Daughter, S, 10, Female, Staffs
Mary FELLOWS, Daughter, S, 8, Female, Shropshire
Harry FELLOWS, Servant, S, 6, Male, Shropshire
James FELLOWS, Son, S, 5, Male, Shropshire
Frank FELLOWS, Son, S, 2, Male, Shropshire

Source Information:
Dwelling Aqueduct
Census Place Madeley, Shropshire, England
Public Records Office Reference RG13
Piece / Folio 2528 / 90
Page Number 7


1850 JUN Samuel DUDLEY XVIII 364
1850 SEP Samuel DUDLEY XVIII 338
1850 SEP Samuel WOLVERHAMPTON XVII 357
1850 DEC Samuel DUDLEY XVIII 308

1849 Followes Sampson Shiffnall XVIII 141

1901 Census Shropshire, Madeley
37 Aqueduct
Samson FELLOWS Head M 51 Railway Platelayer, Shropshire
Annie FELLOWS Wife M 47 , Staffs
George FELLOWS Son S 20 Coal miner below ground, Staffs
Harriett FELLOWS Daur S 17 , Staffs
William FELLOWS Son S 16 Coal miner below ground, Staffs
Martha FELLOWS Daur S 10 , Staffs
Mary FELLOWS Daur S 8 , Shropshire
Harry FELLOWS Son S 6 , Shropshire
James FELLOWS Son S 5 , Shropshire
FELLOWES, Sampson (I103)
 
31 (Research):1881 Census

William HOLLIOAK Head M Male 52 N K, Shropshire, England Metal Roller
Elizabeth HOLLIOAK Wife M Female 52 Netherton, Worcester, England
Clara HOLLIOAK Dau U Female 21 Birmingham, Warwick, England Dressmaker
William H. HOLLIOAK Son U Male 18 Birmingham, Warwick, England Metal Roller
Ethelda HOLLIOAK Dau U Female 17 Aston, Warwick, England Domestic Servt
Amelia HOLLIOAK Dau Female 9 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar
Rosa HOLLIOAK Dau Female 8 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar
Elizabeth HOLLIOAK Dau Female 7 Aston, Warwick, England Scholar

Source Information:
Dwelling 10 Yates St
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341727
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3042 / 103
Page Number 12


IGI has a William HOLLIOAKE christened 26 DEC 1834 St Martin Birmingham, but he woulkd have been 6ys old according to census above. Parents George and Catharine





 
HOLLIOAK, William (I1559)
 
32 (Research):1881 Census

William MACE Head M Male 44 Cheadle, Stafford, England Coal Miner
Mary Ann MACE Wife M Female 33 Leek, Stafford, England Silk Winder
Harry MACE Son Male 5 Leek, Stafford, England Scholar
Minnie MACE Daur Female 1 Leek, Stafford, England

Source Information:
Dwelling 57 London Rd
Census Place Leek & Lowe, Stafford, England
Family History Library Film 1341656
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2738 / 114
Page Number 14
 
MACE, William Robert (I1536)
 
33 (Research):1881 Census
William MULLIS Head M Male 40 Yardley, Worcester, England Gardener (Domestic Serv)
Ann J. MULLIS Wife M Female 34 Dudley, Stafford, England
George E. MULLIS Son U Male 18 Yardley, Worcester, England Machine Fitter
Howard R. MULLIS Son Male 17 Yardley, Worcester, England Tin Plate Worker
Alice L. MULLIS Daur Female 15 Hatton, Warwick, England Pearl Button Maker
Eliza A. MULLIS Daur Female 12 Rowington, Warwick, England Scholar
William MULLIS Son Male 5 m Bham, Warwick, England

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Source Information:
Dwelling No 2 Oak Pl
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341723
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3025 / 80
Page Number 10

1911 Census

 
MULLIS, William (I621)
 
34 (Research):1881 Census - see father
1901 cesnsu marrieg to Robert Middleton
 
HOLLYOAK, Etheldra Mary (I1540)
 
35 (Research):1881 census has :

Dwelling Smarts Lane
Census Place Chatteris, Cambridge, England
Family History Library Film 1341403
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1688 / 67
Page Number 7

Sarah cam from N. Witchford (I can only find Wicthford between Chatteris and Ely) More Triplows from around there are ..

Catherine d. 1837
Robert d. 1839
Male d.1839
Isaac d 1840
Mary d.1840
Sarah m. 1842 = (George Watkinson, Edward Jarman or Joseph Gage)
Elizabeth d. 1843
Joseph m. 1846 = (Sarah Turner or Elizabeth Titman)
Mary Ann b.1849
John b. 1853
Mary Ann m. 1854 = (Robinson Norman or Ephraim Rowton)
Mary Longlon m 1859 = Charles Dickerson
Mary Elizabeth b. 1859
Herbert b.1862
John b. 1862
Thomas m. 1868 = (Betsey Litchfield or Naomi Shaw)
William m. 1868 = (Lydia Glover or Emily Mace)


 
TRIPLOW, Sarah (I682)
 
36 (Research):1881 census has :

Occupation Farmer Of 290 Acres

Dwelling Smarts Lane
Census Place Chatteris, Cambridge, England
Family History Library Film 1341403
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1688 / 67
Page Number 7

1871 Census, Chatteris
7 Smart's Lane
Johnson ANGOOD Head M 42 Farmer of 380 acres, employing 8 men, 11 women, 4 boys Chatteris
Sarah ANGOOD Wife M 36 Chatteris
Tom H G ANGOOD Son U 8 Scholar Chatteris
Florence E ANGOOD Daur U 13 Scholar Chatteris
Kate E ANGOOD Daur U 6 Scholar Chatteris
Thomas A Goodwin Nephew U 18 Undergraduate of Oxford University, Student of Law Bedford
Jane ANGEL Serv U 18 General Serv Chatteris

N.B. John (65) and Sarah (66) Triplow next door - also farmers

Death MAR 1908 N.Witchford 3b 374 
ANGOOD, Johnson (I689)
 
37 (Research):1881 census has:

Birth Year <1859>
Birthplace Leeds Farnley, York, England
Age 22
Occupation Cloth Weaver
Marital Status U
Head of Household Godfrey FIRTH
Relation Daur

Dwelling 41 Wallace St
Census Place Wortley In Bramley, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342080
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4504 / 112
Page Number 34

Census 1911 ANGOOOD Bramley W.Yorkshire

Mary Elizabeth F 1859
Samuel Godfrey M 1882
Elsie F 1889
Eleanor F 1894
Jessie F 1897

also at Holbeck

William W(oodstock) M 1856 (Brother of Thomas)
Eliza F 1860
Ernest M 1884
George M 1890
Florence Agnes F 1893
Gilbert M 1899

Did she move near her brother-in-law after death of Thomas?
 
FIRTH, Mary Elizabeth (I84)
 
38 (Research):1881 census has:

Birth Year <1865>
Occupation Worsted Spinner (C)

Dwelling 13 Crowther St
Census Place Kidderminster Borough, Worcester, England
Family History Library Film 1341696
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2902 / 79
Page Number 20
 
RENNIE, Clara (I356)
 
39 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling 13 Crowther St
Census Place Kidderminster Borough, Worcester, England
Family History Library Film 1341696
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2902 / 79
Page Number 20

1871 Census, Kidderminster South
21 Park Street

John RENNIE Head M 49 Carpet weaver
Elizabeth RENNIE Wife M 47
Elizabeth RENNIE Daur U 16 Worsted weaver
Emma RENNIE Daur U 14 Doffen(?) Spinner
Laura RENNIE Daur U 12 Horse hair server
John RENNIE Son U 10 Scholar
Charles RENNIE Son U 7 Scholar
Clara RENNIE Daur U 5 Scholar
Cora RENNIE Daur U 31
All Kidderminster

1861 Census Kidderminster South Ward
54 Wood St

John RENNIE Head Mar 39 Messenger & Bill Poster Worcs, Kidderminster
Elizabeth RENNIE Wife Mar 37 Worcs, Kidderminster
William RENNIE Son Un 16 Messenger & Bill Poster Worcs, Kidderminster
Charlotte RENNIE Daur 10 Scholar Worcs, Kidderminster
Hannah RENNIE Daur 8 Scholar Worcs, Kidderminster
Elizabeth RENNIE Daur 6 Scholar Worcs, Kidderminster
Emma RENNIE Daur 4 Scholar Worcs, Kidderminster
Louisa Jane Daur 2 Scholar Worcs, Kidderminster
John Son 10m Worcs, Kidderminster

 
RENNY, John (I347)
 
40 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling 13 Crowther St
Census Place Kidderminster Borough, Worcester, England
Family History Library Film 1341696
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2902 / 79
Page Number 20

Deaths Rennie, Elizabeth Age 67 March 1892 Kidderminster Hereford and Worcester Shropshire Staffordshire Worcestershire 6c 161 
PHAYSEY, Elisabeth (I348)
 
41 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling 5 Park Place
Census Place Greenwich, Kent, England
Family History Library Film 1341168
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0724 / 52
Page Number 12
 
CHERRY, Irene Wilhelmena (I118)
 
42 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling Albert R. ...
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341726
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3041 / 33
Page Number 57

Census 1911 JARRETT Kings Norton, Worcestershire
Stephen M 1879
Lily Jessica F 1880
Elane F 1907
Kathlene Sophia F 1909
 
HORTON, Lilley Jessica (I141)
 
43 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling Albert R. ...
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341726
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3041 / 33
Page Number 57
 
HORTON, Frederick Lucius (I137)
 
44 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling Smarts Lane
Census Place Chatteris, Cambridge, England
Family History Library Film 1341403
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1688 / 67
Page Number 7
 
ANGOOD, Katie (I579)
 
45 (Research):1881 census has:

Dwelling Smarts Lane
Census Place Chatteris, Cambridge, England
Family History Library Film 1341403
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1688 / 67
Page Number 7
 
ANGOOD, Florence Eleanor (I697)
 
46 (Research):1881 census has:

Occupation Scholar

Dwelling Albert R. ...
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341726
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3041 / 33
Page Number 57

1891

39 Gottingham Rd
Telegraoph clerk

1901 Census in Yardley
Head of family
Sorting Clerk, Telegraphist 
HORTON, Harcourt Ernest (I135)
 
47 (Research):1881 census has:

Occupation Scholar

Dwelling Albert R. ...
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341726
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3041 / 33
Page Number 57
 
HORTON, Francis A (I136)
 
48 (Research):1881 census has:

Occupation Scholar

Dwelling Albert R. ...
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341726
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3041 / 33
Page Number 57
 
HORTON, Nellie U (I140)
 
49 (Research):1881 census has:

Occupation Worsted Spinner (C)

Dwelling 13 Crowther St
Census Place Kidderminster Borough, Worcester, England
Family History Library Film 1341696
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2902 / 79
Page Number 20
 
RENNIE, Cora-Dora-Rose (I357)
 
50 (Research):1881 census has:

Fredrick T. HORTON, Head, M, Male, 32, Birmingham Warwick England, Office Of Inland Revenue
Sophiah HORTON, Wife, M, Female, 29, Buckingham Buckingham England, Office Of Inland Revenue Wife
Edward L. HORTON, Son, S, Male, 9, Wexford, Hereford, England
Frances A. HORTON, Son, S, Male, 8 , Brampton Oxford England, Scholar
Harcourt E. HORTON, Son, S, Male, 7, Brockhampton Hereford England, Scholar
Nellie U. HORTON, Daur, S, Female, 5, Weldon Northampton England, Scholar
Frederick L. HORTON, Son, S, Male, 3, Weldon Northampton England
Lilley J. HORTON, Daur, S, Female, 1, Campletton Argyll Scotland

Source Information:
Dwelling Albert R. ...
Census Place Aston, Warwick, England
Family History Library Film 1341726
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3041 / 33
Page Number 57

1891 Census

Sophia HORTON, Head, M, 39, Female, Winslow
Harcourt HORTON, Son, S, 17, Male Telegraph Clerk. Birkhampstead
Nellie HORTON, Daughter, S, Female, 15, Northampton Weedon
Frederic HORTON, Son, S, 13, Male, Northampton Weedon
Lily J HORTON, Daughter, S, Female, 10, Scotland
Frank HORTON, Son, S, 8, Male, Birminhgam
Emily K Horton, Daughter, S, 6, Female, Birmingham
Mary M Horton, Daughter, S, 3, Female, Birmingham
Chalmers HORTON, Son, S, 3m, Male, Birminhgam

39 Gottingham Rd

Aston RG12/2433 
BASON, Sophia (I132)
 

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