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A baker, living at cnr Parry and Sturt Sts, Charleville. 
CONTOJOHN, Paneyeotis "Peter" (I5811)
 
152
A concert for the benefit of Mrs Delgaty and family will be given at Kaitangata this evening. The programme, which will be found in our advertising columns, possesses merits that should secure a full attendance. Mr Delgaty was well known to many in Balclutha and Kaitangata and throughout the Clutha district, and we are sure his old acquaintances will only be too glad to do what is in their power to make the concert successful in a pecuniary point of view. Regarding Balclutha we would point out that on many occasions the good people of Kaitangata have arranged for special trains to enable them to patronise similar entertainments in Balclutha. We have an opportunity of returning the compliment to-night. A special train will leave here at 6 30 p.m. returning at the close of the concert. There is thus no excuse left for non-attendance, and we hope to see both the train and the hall crowded.

The Concert in Gray's Hall, Kaitangata, on Friday evening, 1st inst., for the benefit of Mrs Delgaty, was a complete success in every respect. The purpose for which it was got up was praiseworthy in the extreme, and we were glad to see the public responded in a manner worthy of the occasion. Mr William Shore occupied the chair, and briefly, but feelingly, alluded to the object which had called them together that evening. He said he was glad to see such a large attendance for such a laudable purpose, but from the first time the question of the concert had been mooted, he had little doubt of the result, knowing the generous and sympathising hearts of the people of the district. He concluded by reading a letter of thanks from Mrs Delgaty, which he very truly observed spoke far more eloquently to them than any of the stereotyped phrases commonly used by Chairmen on similar occasions. He wished to thank them one and all for their attendance, and felt quite sure the pleasure the performers felt in giving their service was equalled by that of the audience in giving their assistance to such a benevolent object as the one that had called them together that evening. The programme was then gone through in first-class style, both vocal and instrumental. The usual votes of thanks to the performers, and the Chairman, brought the Concert to a close. A dance followed, which was patronised by old and young till an early hour the following morning, The proceeds amounted to L31. 
CASSIDY, Annie (I8343)
 
153
A highly respected resident of the Marburg district, Mr. William Henry Dance, died at his late residence on Tuesday. Deceased was born in Devonshire, England, in 1866, and when l8 years of age he came to Queensland in the ship New Guinea. He landed in Brisbane in 1885, and proceeded to the Darling Downs. In 1888 he moved to Marburg, and purchased land, on which he carried on farming and dairying successfully. Deceased, who was a Freemason, was a member of the Walloon Shire Council up to the time it was abolished, and he represented the Marburg division in the Rosewood Shire Council for six years. He was Chairman of the council for a term, and was a member of the Marburg State and Rural School committee, and was treasurer till he died. For many years deceased was a vice-president of the Marburg Show Society, and was a trustee of the Marburg Show Grounds. He took a great interest in agricultural shows, and was a frequent exhibitor in horse and cattle sections. The late Mr. Dance leaves a widow, nine sons, four daughters, and 25 grandchildren. The funeral, which was largely attended, took place on Wednesday, to the Marburg Church of England Cemetery. 
DANCE, William Henry (I11092)
 
154
A kitchen tea was given by Mrs. W. Hermann on Saturday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. Goodman, Lowood, in honour of her niece, Miss Hilda Goodman, who will shortly be married to Mr. Walter Pointing (writes our Lowood correspondent). A large number of guests were present. Dancing, cards, and singing were enjoyed, and a happy time was spent. A large number of useful gifts were presented. During the evening Mr. J. W. Huston, on behalf of the guests, thanked Mrs. W. Hermann, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Goodman, for the splendid way in which they had been entertained, and for the happy time spent. He wished the intended bride and bridegroom every happiness and prosperity in their new life. Mr. W. Pointing responded, and thanked them all for their good wishes and useful presents.

1923 'SOCIAL NOTES.', Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), 6 June, p. 8 Edition: DAILY., viewed 5 September, 2013, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article120051681 
Family F1133
 
155
A Lowood Auction Sale.
It is announced that the sale will take place at Lowood next Wednesday of the old established general store of Mr. H. Kitzelmann, together with the stock, &c. The offering will also include a cream depot and plant. The whole will be first offered as a going concern. The auctioneers are Messrs. Klatt, and Co., and Mr. Klatt advises that the sale will be conducted in both German and English. Further particulars are advertised. 
KITZELMANN, Hermann (I5984)
 
156 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3211)
 
157
A NONAGENARIAN PLAINTIFF.

Before Mr Justice Poole in the Civil court on Wednesday, John Bell Bennett, of Naracoorte, brought an action against his son, Patrick Bennett, to set aside the transfer of a farm. The plaintiff alleged fraud, misrepresentation, and undue influence against the defendant. The plaintiff stated that he was 93 years of age. Up to November 16, 1923, he was the registered proprietor of 1,153 acres of land near Naracoorte known as Bellvue, and owned 1,200 sheep and other live stock, and also plant, farming implements, and tools. On March 26, 1923, he alleged that he had been induced by fraud to sign an agreement of that date that he would not alter his will, and that on November 16 he had been further induced to sign an agreement and transfer whereby he assigned to the defendant all his farm, stock, plant, and implements, in consideration of the defendant agreeing to provide him with a home for the remainder of his life, and £200 a year. On November 10, 1924, the defendant ordered the plaintiff to leave the farm and refused to allow him to live there. The plaintiff claimed a rescission of the contract and a declaration that the agreements were void, and a return of the farm and the stock and implements, and an account of the proceeds of the farm since November. 1923. The defendant denied all the allegations of fraud, misrepresentation, and undue influence, and alleged that the agreement and transfer were signed after the plaintiff had had competent and independent advice, that he voluntarily left the farm, and that the defendant was willing to carry out the agreement. Mr W. A. Rollison, with Mr H. G. Alderman, appeared for the plaintiff. Mr G. C. Ligertwood represented the defendant. 
BENNETT, John Bell (I9936)
 
158
A PIONEER SQUATTER. 

MANDURAMA, Wednesday.

Mr. William Montagu Rothery died at Cliefden, near Lyndhurst, early this morning. He was born in Devonshire, England, in 1809, came to Cliefden in January, 1831, where he has resided ever since. He married shortly after coming to Cliefden the daughter of Major Lockyer, for many years Sergeant-at-Arms in the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales. Mr Rothery was the oldest member of the Australian Club. He leaves five sons and two daughters. Mrs Rothery died ten years ago. Deceased was the first squatter in Australia who sent wool direct to England. He dealt with Messrs Balme and Co., London wool brokers, for 68 years. 
ROTHERY, William Montagu (I1324)
 
159
A well-known resident of the Marburg district, Mr. George Blandford Dance, has passed away at the age of 60 years. The deceased was born in Devonshire, England, and coming to this country 42 years ago had resided in the Marburg district continuously. He chiefly followed farming and dairying, and was the first in the district to erect a silo for the conservation of fodder. He greatly interested himself in sport, and visited various shows throughout Queensland and northern New South Wales with his well-known hunters and jumpers. He took a great interest in the Marburg Rifle Club, of which he was captain for a number of years, and also occupied the position of secretary of the G.U.O.O.F. Last year he was appointed secretary of the Marburg and District A. and I. Association. Eighteen months ago, owing to ill-health he retired from active work, and resided in Marburg. 
DANCE, George Blandford (I11080)
 
160
A WESTERN PIONEER GONE.

A pioneer of the west in the person of Mr John Robinson, of Dubbo, has away at the age of 70 years. Mr Robinson was born at the Ovens Diggings in 1841. Coming to New South Wales as a young man, he followed the occupation of a carrier, and for years he and his brother were the best known carriers between Bathurst and Sydney. 
ROBINSON, John (I10534)
 
161
According to the Copenhagen Police Register, on 1 May 1892 he was living with his father, worker Jensen,  at 22 Kongensgade lille.
On 24 June 1892 he was at Steenlille near Vexø with farmer Anders Rasmussen. Vexø is now know as Veksø and is about 30 km north west of Copenhagen city 
HANSEN, Hans Peter (I1280)
 
162
Address 26 Ruston Street, Bow (three rooms)

1) Charles Richard Burton, head, 62, married, Packer Furnisher, born Grovener Square, London
2) Catherine Burton, wife, 62, married, 38 years, 9 children born alive, 4 children living, 5 children died, born Hackney, London
3) Nellie May Burton, daughter, single, 23, Cardboard box maker, born Old Ford, London
4) William Burton, son, single, 18, Mill Hand, Sherry Stour Rd, born Old Ford, London
5) Jennie Bland, boarder, single, 22, Show card mounting, born Hackney
6) Samuel John Steel, head, 30, married, Carman, born Bow, London
7) Rosetta Steel, wife, married, 28, born Bow, London
8) Samuel John Steel, son, 6, born Bow, London
9) Alfred George Steel, son, 5, born Bow, London
10) Albert Arthur Steel, son, 2, born Bow, London 
STEELE, Alfred George (I5364)
 
163
Address 34 Port Street, Burslem (four rooms)

1) William Henry Turner, head, 31, Canal Companies Carter, Canal, worker, born Hatton, Derbyshire
2) Lucy Turner, wife, 31 married 10 years, no children born alive, Colour Grinder, Pottery works, born Hanley, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, William Henry (I9075)
 
164
Address 34 Port Street, Burslem (four rooms)

1) William Henry Turner, head, 31, Canal Companies Carter, Canal, worker, born Hatton, Derbyshire
2) Lucy Turner, wife, 31 married 10 years, no children born alive, Colour Grinder, Pottery works, born Hanley, Staffordshire 
MELLOR, Lucy (I9100)
 
165
Address: 1 Promise Square, West Gate, Great Driffield, Yorkshire

1) Robert Brown, head, married, 27, labourer, born Driffield, Yorkshire
2) Betsey Brown, wife, married, 22, born Stowbrow, Yorkshire
3) Sarah Brown, dau, 3, born Driffield, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Brown, son, 1, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Robert (I10823)
 
166
Address: 1 Promise Square, West Gate, Great Driffield, Yorkshire

1) Robert Brown, head, married, 27, labourer, born Driffield, Yorkshire
2) Betsey Brown, wife, married, 22, born Stowbrow, Yorkshire
3) Sarah Brown, dau, 3, born Driffield, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Brown, son, 1, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
COCKERILL, Elizabeth "Betsey" (I10826)
 
167
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOOORHOUSE, Ann (I8750)
 
168
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, William Henry (I9075)
 
169
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, David (I9079)
 
170
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, George (I9080)
 
171
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, Albert Austin Turner (I9084)
 
172
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, Dorothy (I9083)
 
173
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, Gertrude Annie "Nance" (I9082)
 
174
Address: 114 Fletcher Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

NB: Surname recorded as Turner, not Moorcroft

1) William H Turner, head, married, 40, Grocers Warehouse Packer, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Ann Turner, wife, married, 40, born Newton, Derbyshire
3) William H Turner, son, single, 21, Railway Carter, worker, born Scropton, Derbyshire
4) David Turner, son, 15, born Scropton, Derbyshire
5) George Turner, son, 11, born Scropton, Derbyshire
6) Gertrude Turner, dau, 6, born Longton, Staffordshire
7) Dorothy Turner, dau, 4, born Maer, Staffordshire
8) Albert Turner, son, 2, born Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire 
MOORCROFT, William Henry (I8749)
 
175
Address: 12 Harrison St, St Pancras, Middlesex

1) James Colston, head, married, 39, stone mason, born Scotland, Edinburgh
2) Bemme Colston, wife, married, 49, born Scotland, Edinburgh
3) Elgie Colston, dau, unmarried, 16, born Scotland, Edinburgh
4) William Colston, son, 11, born Scotland, Edinburgh


HO107; Piece: 1495; Enum. District: 16; Page: 717; Page: 9; Line: 12. St Pancras, Middlesex, England. Household of James Colston.

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James Colston 
COLSTON, William Edward (I25)
 
176
Address: 12 Harrison St, St Pancras, Middlesex

1) James Colston, head, married, 39, stone mason, born Scotland, Edinburgh
2) Bemme Colston, wife, married, 49, born Scotland, Edinburgh
3) Elgie Colston, dau, unmarried, 16, born Scotland, Edinburgh
4) William Colston, son, 11, born Scotland, Edinburgh


HO107; Piece: 1495; Enum. District: 16; Page: 717; Page: 9; Line: 12. St Pancras, Middlesex, England. Household of James Colston.

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James Colston 
COLSTON, James Forsyth (I443)
 
177
Address: 12 Harrison St, St Pancras, Middlesex

1) James Colston, head, married, 39, stone mason, born Scotland, Edinburgh
2) Bemme Colston, wife, married, 49, born Scotland, Edinburgh
3) Elgie Colston, dau, unmarried, 16, born Scotland, Edinburgh
4) William Colston, son, 11, born Scotland, Edinburgh


HO107; Piece: 1495; Enum. District: 16; Page: 717; Page: 9; Line: 12. St Pancras, Middlesex, England. Household of James Colston.

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James Colston 
WALKER, Jemima (I444)
 
178
Address: 12 Harrison St, St Pancras, Middlesex

1) James Colston, head, married, 39, stone mason, born Scotland, Edinburgh
2) Bemme Colston, wife, married, 49, born Scotland, Edinburgh
3) Elgie Colston, dau, unmarried, 16, born Scotland, Edinburgh
4) William Colston, son, 11, born Scotland, Edinburgh


HO107; Piece: 1495; Enum. District: 16; Page: 717; Page: 9; Line: 12. St Pancras, Middlesex, England. Household of James Colston.

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James Colston 
COLSTON, Elizabeth "Eliza" (I468)
 
179
Address: 2 Paradise Row, Great Driffield

John Allman, head, mar*, 83, gardener, born Driffield, Yorkshire

*John was a widower 
OLMAN, John (I9914)
 
180
Address: 35 Hartshill Road, Stoke-upon-Trent

1) William A Hales, head, married, 50, Engineer's Foreman, worker, born Tatenhill, Staffordshire
2) Annie E Hales, wife, married, 38, born Burslem, Staffordshire
3) William A Hales, son, single, 21, Plumber, worker, born Burton, Staffordshire
4) Frederick T Hales, son, single, 14, Commercial Clerk CC., born Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
5) Ethel Hales, daughter, single, 8, born Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
6) Sarah H Moorcroft, servant, single, 18, General Servant (domestic), born Scropton, Derbyshire 
MOORCROFT, Sarah Hannah (I9076)
 
181
Address: 39 Thistle Street

Surname First name(s) Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
ROUGHEAD George M 45 Victual Dealer Outside Census County (1841)
ROUGHEAD Mary F 40 Midlothian
ROUGHEAD Isabella F 13 Midlothian
ROUGHEAD William M 11 Midlothian
ROUGHEAD James M 8 Midlothian
ROUGHEAD George M 5 Midlothian 
ROUGHEAD, George (I1346)
 
182
Address: 42 Scarbro Rd, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 71, bricklayers labourer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 70, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) Minnie Edmund, granddaughter, 8, scholar, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Miriam (I10828)
 
183
Address: 42 Scarbro Rd, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 71, bricklayers labourer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 70, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) Minnie Edmund, granddaughter, 8, scholar, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, William (I10829)
 
184
Address: 61 East Gate North, Great Driffield

1) Jane Blaydon, head, widow, 65, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
2) James Whitehand, son, married, 26, gardener, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Jane (I10827)
 
185
Address: 61 East Gate North, Great Driffield

1) Jane Blaydon, head, widow, 65, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
2) James Whitehand, son, married, 26, gardener, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
WHITEHAND, James Robert (I10841)
 
186
Address: 9 Promise Square, West Gate, Great Driffield, Yorkshire

1) James Brown, head, married, 37, agricultural labourer, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
2) Elizabeth Brown, wife, married, 31, agricultural labourer wife, born Whitby, Yorkshire
3) Ann Brown, dau, 11, agricultural labourer daughter, born Driffield, Yorkshire
4) Harriot Brown, dau, 7, scholar, born Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Margaret Brown, dau, 5 months, born Driffield, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Harriet (I9913)
 
187
Address: 98 Wellington Street, Moss Side

1) CASSWELL, Alfred, head, 37, married, Car Conductor, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Billingboro, Lincs
2) CASSWELL, Emma Elizabeth, wife, 32, married 4½ years, 1 child born alive 1 child still living, born Newton Solney, Burton-on-Trent
3) CASSWELL, Reginald, son, 4, born Moss Side, Manchester
4) SHEFFIELD, George, boarder, 22, single, Car Conductor, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Peterboro, Northamptonshire
5) ALDEN, Albert, boarder, 46, single, Car Driver, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 
CASSWELL, Reginald (I9087)
 
188
Address: 98 Wellington Street, Moss Side

1) CASSWELL, Alfred, head, 37, married, Car Conductor, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Billingboro, Lincs
2) CASSWELL, Emma Elizabeth, wife, 32, married 4½ years, 1 child born alive 1 child still living, born Newton Solney, Burton-on-Trent
3) CASSWELL, Reginald, son, 4, born Moss Side, Manchester
4) SHEFFIELD, George, boarder, 22, single, Car Conductor, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Peterboro, Northamptonshire
5) ALDEN, Albert, boarder, 46, single, Car Driver, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 
MOORCROFT, Emma Elizabeth (I9074)
 
189
Address: 98 Wellington Street, Moss Side

1) CASSWELL, Alfred, head, 37, married, Car Conductor, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Billingboro, Lincs
2) CASSWELL, Emma Elizabeth, wife, 32, married 4½ years, 1 child born alive 1 child still living, born Newton Solney, Burton-on-Trent
3) CASSWELL, Reginald, son, 4, born Moss Side, Manchester
4) SHEFFIELD, George, boarder, 22, single, Car Conductor, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Peterboro, Northamptonshire
5) ALDEN, Albert, boarder, 46, single, Car Driver, Manchester, C. Tramways, born Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 
CASSWELL, Alfred (I9086)
 
190
Address: Baptist Lane, Kilham, Yorkshire

1) William Routledge, head, married, 66, cobbler, born Elvington, Yorkshire
2) Elizabeth Routledge, wife, married, 49, born Wetwang, Yorkshire
3) Mary Creyke, nurse child, 6, scholar, born Kilham, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Elizabeth "Betty" (I10825)
 
191
Address: Baptist Lane, Kilham, Yorkshire

1) William Routledge, head, married, 66, cobbler, born Elvington, Yorkshire
2) Elizabeth Routledge, wife, married, 49, born Wetwang, Yorkshire
3) Mary Creyke, nurse child, 6, scholar, born Kilham, Yorkshire 
ROUTLEDGE, William (I10831)
 
192
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Jane (I10827)
 
193
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
WHITEHAND, Mary (I10838)
 
194
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
WHITEHAND, Thomas (I10839)
 
195
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
WHITEHAND, Jane (I10840)
 
196
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
WHITEHAND, James Robert (I10841)
 
197
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
BLAYDON, John (I10842)
 
198
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
BLAYDON, Ellen (I10843)
 
199
Address: Bridge Street, Great Driffield

1) John Blaydon, head, married, 40, ag. labourer, born Yoxall, Staffordshire
2) Jane Blaydon, wife, married, 44, born Langtoft, Yorkshire
3) Mary Whitand, step dau, unmarried, 16, born Hull, Yorkshire
4) Thomas Whitand, step son, 14, shepherd's boy, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Jane, Whitand, step dau, 10, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
6) James Whitand, step son, 7, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
7) John Blaydon, son, 5, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire
8) Ellen Blaydon, dau, 1 born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
BLAYDON, John (I10832)
 
200
Address: Chapel Street, Ruston Parva, Yorkshire

1) William Rowley, head, married, 30, farm labourer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 30, born Southbourn, Yorkshire
3) Robert Rowley, son, 8, scholar, born Driffield, Yorkshire
4) Jane Rowley, dau, 6, scholar, born Driffield, Yorkshire
5) Thomas Rowley, son, 4, at home, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) William Rowley, son, 1, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Miriam (I10828)
 

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