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lennon2011
11-03-13, 15:06
Can anyone figure this job out?

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I think the last 2 words say house keeper but I'm not to sure.

Cheers guys...

Karamazov
11-03-13, 15:08
Can anyone figure this job out?

16743

I think the last 2 words say house keeper but I'm not to sure.

Cheers guys...

Cordwainer and beer(?) house keeper

Janet
11-03-13, 15:09
Cordwainer and Beer house keeper

Janet

PeteW1959
11-03-13, 15:15
Cordwainer and beer house keeper

lennon2011
11-03-13, 15:17
Cheers guys. I knew that my guy was a cordwainer from later censuses but not the beer house keeper.

Darksecretz
11-03-13, 19:45
Can anyone figure this job out?

16743

I think the last 2 words say house keeper but I'm not to sure.

Cheers guys...

Cordwainer & Beerhouse Keeper! :smilee:

lennon2011
11-03-13, 21:36
cheers DS, I'm now trying to trace that up, see if there's any mention of a pub owned by John Phillips in Stainton Village. No luck so far.

Darksecretz
11-03-13, 22:03
cheers DS, I'm now trying to trace that up, see if there's any mention of a pub owned by John Phillips in Stainton Village. No luck so far.

Phil has an interesting article here:

http://www.historyhouse.co.uk/articles/beerhouse.html

lennon2011
11-03-13, 22:13
Well well, what would you know, I read that one earlier lol. I wanted to know WHAT beerhouse keeper meant, I'll have a search of the archives.

lennon2011
12-03-13, 14:02
Hmm is it me or does the census just say house number 13, great stainton village? i honestly cannot find a street address..

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Janet in Yorkshire
12-03-13, 14:26
Most of the villages I've researched in were very small and didn't have specific names for all the streets, although some might be named - e.g Back Street, York Road.

I think your example is Schedule no 12.

The schedule numbers are interesting. I've researched the village where I live in each census 1841 - 1911; the schedule numbers do not follow the same "route" around the village settlement and wider parish for each census. Some returns start with the Rectory as number 1 whilst another starts with North Field farm (outside the village settlement) as number 1 or the school house, whilst yet another starts in North Road, but on the edge of the village settlement.
So, comparing the residents of schedule 1 in each census won't tell me who lived in the same property at each successive census.
However, because I know some information about the village & its former residents (my lot were here before 1841) I can use that to help me work out the census "route" plotted for each decade and also who was in the same property and who had moved to a different location within the village. Knowing the history of the place helps me understand that "Chapel cottages" meant the original Wesleyan chapel converted into 2 residences, and NOT the present-day terrace named "Chapel Row," built after and next to the replacement Wesleyan chapel, but recorded in census as "New Cottages."

Jay

lennon2011
12-03-13, 15:03
It's the 1861 census.
In 1841 they are in the same village- children are being born between 1840-50.
In 1851 they are in the same village- house 15 this time.
In 1871 - N/A
In 1881- Middlesbrough- 37 Jamieson/Jameson Street.
In 1891- Middlesbrough- 2 grandchildren living with him- don't know parents yet.

lennon2011
18-03-13, 17:40
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Hi guys I have a new JOB taken from the baptism of Ellen Elizabeth Phillips. Cheers guys...

Karamazov
18-03-13, 18:10
16747

Hi guys I have a new JOB taken from the baptism of Ellen Elizabeth Phillips. Cheers guys...

constable

lennon2011
18-03-13, 18:14
Really? Cheers. Maybe there is a little truth to the police/murder story yet.