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Whose child is Emma ? 
GINN, Henry (I450)
 
2
1861 Census
24 Meer Sides Soham, Cambs

Jonathan Easey Head Mar 33 Ag Lab Cambs, Soham
Ann Easey Wife Mar 33 Cambs, Soham
Ann E Easey Daur 8 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Benjamin Easey Son 6 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Jonathan Easey Son 3 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Eliza Easey Daur 1 Cambs, Soham

1881 Census

Dwelling: Mere Side
Census Place: Soham, Cambridge, England
Source: FHL Film 1341401 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1680 Folio 94 Page 3
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Ann EASEY M 52 F Soham, Cambridge, England
Rel: Head
William EASEY 14 M Soham, Cambridge, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Ag Lab
Lucy EASEY 12 F Soham, Cambridge, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
George EASEY 10 M Soham, Cambridge, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar 
PLEASANCE, Ann (I851)
 
3
1861 Census
24 Meer Sides Soham, Cambs

Jonathan Easey Head Mar 33 Ag Lab Cambs, Soham
Ann Easey Wife Mar 33 Cambs, Soham
Ann E Easey Daur 8 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Benjamin Easey Son 6 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Jonathan Easey Son 3 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Eliza Easey Daur 1 Cambs, Soham 
EASEY, Ann Elizabeth (I878)
 
4
1861 Census
24 Meer Sides Soham, Cambs

Jonathan Easey Head Mar 33 Ag Lab Cambs, Soham
Ann Easey Wife Mar 33 Cambs, Soham
Ann E Easey Daur 8 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Benjamin Easey Son 6 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Jonathan Easey Son 3 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Eliza Easey Daur 1 Cambs, Soham 
EASEY, Benjamin (I879)
 
5
1861 Census
24 Meer Sides Soham, Cambs

Jonathan Easey Head Mar 33 Ag Lab Cambs, Soham
Ann Easey Wife Mar 33 Cambs, Soham
Ann E Easey Daur 8 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Benjamin Easey Son 6 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Jonathan Easey Son 3 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Eliza Easey Daur 1 Cambs, Soham


1881 Census

Dwelling: Hurn Parish
Census Place: Holbeach, Lincoln, England
Source: FHL Film 1341765 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3210 Folio 88 Page 10
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Chas. LOWETH M 54 M Stilton, Huntingdon, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farmer 214 Acres 6 Labourers & 1 Boy
Sarah LOWETH M 62 F Holbeach, Lincoln, England
Rel: Wife
Maria E. LOWETH U 23 F Fleet, Lincoln, England
Rel: Daug
Arthur F. LOWETH U 22 M Gedney, Lincoln, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Farmers Son
Eliza EASY U 21 F Soham, Cambridge, England
Rel: Serv
Occ: (Domestic)
Robt. W. LEWIS U 21 M Bradford, York, England
Rel: Lodger
Occ: Student Of Theology 
EASEY, Eliza (I881)
 
6
1861 Census
24 Meer Sides Soham, Cambs

Jonathan Easey Head Mar 33 Ag Lab Cambs, Soham
Ann Easey Wife Mar 33 Cambs, Soham
Ann E Easey Daur 8 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Benjamin Easey Son 6 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Jonathan Easey Son 3 Scholar Cambs, Soham
Eliza Easey Daur 1 Cambs, Soham 
EASEY, Jonathan (I882)
 
7
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury

1871 Census
Green Head Lane, Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 52 Wool Salesman Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 54 Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Clara Brook Daur Single 18 Dress Maker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
William Brook Son Single 16 Organ Builder App Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Eleanor Brook Daur 12 Scholar Yorkshire, Huddersfield

Taken from a scan of Birth cert for Eleanor Mary Pleasance, scan sent by C. Sutcliffe
Details from a scan of marriage cert supplied by C. Sutcliffe
Was witness at the wedding of daughter Eleanor Mary Pleasance to Thomas Townsley

1881 Census
Dwelling: 36 Shakespeare St
Census Place: Bradford, York, England
Source: FHL Film 1342063 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4446 Folio 41 Page 31
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Fredk. Chapman PLEASANCE M 33 M Cambridge, Cambridge, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Piano Tuner
Clara PLEASANCE M 28 F Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Wife
Albt. Wm. Brook PLEASANCE 7 M Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Elizth. Emilie PLEASANCE 5 F Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Percival PLEASANCE 2 M Bradford, York, England
Rel: Son
Geo. Fredk. PLEASANCE 1 m M Bradford, York, England
Rel: Son
Geo. BROOK 38 M Bolton, Lancashire, England
Rel: Brother In Law
Occ: Billiard Room Proprietor

1891 ensus
Civil Parish of Bradford
Municipal Borough of Bradford, Municipal Ward South,
Urban Sanitary District Bradford, Parliamentary Borough of Bradford East

163 ????? Street

Frederick Pleasance Head M 43 Pianoforte Tuner Emp Cambridge
Clara Pleasance Wife M 38 Yorks, Huddersfield
Elizabeth Pleasance Daur S 15 Worsted Spinner Emp Yorks, Huddersfield
Percival Pleasance Son S 12 Industrial Training Yorks, Bradford
George Pleasance Son S 10 Scholar Yorks, Bradford
Eleanor Pleasance Daur S 7 Scholar Yorks, Bradford
Isabell Pleasance Daur S 7 Scholar Yorks, Bradford
Mabel Pleasance Daur S 1 Yorks, Bradford


1901 Census

Civil Parish of Bradford
Ecclesiastical Parish of Bradford St Clements
County Borough of Bradford, Ward of Municipal Borough of Bradford Moor
Parliamentary Borough of Bradford Eastern

192 Folkestone St

Clara Pleasance Head Wid 48 Yorkshire, Huddersfield
William Pleasance Son M 27 Wool Comber Worker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Elizabeth Pleasance Daur S 25 Worsted Spinner Worker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Eleanor Mary Pleasance Daur S 17 Worsted Twister Worker Yorkshire, Bradford
Isabella Pleasance Daur S 17 Worsted Winder Worker Yorkshire, Bradford
Mabel Pleasance Daur S 11 Yorkshire, Bradford
Florence Pleasance D-In-Law M 24 Yorkshire, Bradford 
BROOK, Clara (I2344)
 
8
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury


1881 Census

Dwelling: 36 Shakespeare St
Census Place: Bradford, York, England
Source: FHL Film 1342063 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4446 Folio 41 Page 31
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Fredk. Chapman PLEASANCE M 33 M Cambridge, Cambridge, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Piano Tuner
Clara PLEASANCE M 28 F Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Wife
Albt. Wm. Brook PLEASANCE 7 M Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Elizth. Emilie PLEASANCE 5 F Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Percival PLEASANCE 2 M Bradford, York, England
Rel: Son
Geo. Fredk. PLEASANCE 1 m M Bradford, York, England
Rel: Son
Geo. BROOK 38 M Bolton, Lancashire, England
Rel: Brother In Law
Occ: Billiard Room Proprietor 
BROOK, George (I2353)
 
9
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury

1871 Census
Green Head Lane, Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 52 Wool Salesman Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 54 Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Clara Brook Daur Single 18 Dress Maker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
William Brook Son Single 16 Organ Builder App Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Eleanor Brook Daur 12 Scholar Yorkshire, Huddersfield

1881 Census

Dwelling: 5 Ram Yard
Census Place: The Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, Cambridge, England
Source: FHL Film 1341399 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1670 Folio 109 Page 9
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
William BROOK M 26 M Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Organ Builder & Metal Hand
Emilie J. BROOK M 26 F Cambridge, Cambridge, England
Rel: Wife
Frederic J. BROOK 2 M Huddersfield, York, England
Rel: Son 
BROOK, William (I3232)
 
10
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury

1871 Census
Green Head Lane, Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 52 Wool Salesman Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 54 Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Clara Brook Daur Single 18 Dress Maker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
William Brook Son Single 16 Organ Builder App Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Eleanor Brook Daur 12 Scholar Yorkshire, Huddersfield 
Sarah (I3331)
 
11
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury 
BROOK, Henry (I3332)
 
12
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury 
BROOK, Elizabeth (I3333)
 
13
1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury

1871 Census
Green Head Lane, Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 52 Wool Salesman Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 54 Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Clara Brook Daur Single 18 Dress Maker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
William Brook Son Single 16 Organ Builder App Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Eleanor Brook Daur 12 Scholar Yorkshire, Huddersfield 
BROOK, Eleanor (I3334)
 
14
1861 Census
Stanhope St, Westoe, South Shields
Jane Nicholson Head Wid 66 Durham, South Shields
Margaret Orwin Daur Mar 33 Durham, South Shields
Robert Orwin G-Son 4 Durham, South Shields 
Jane (I3382)
 
15
1881 Census

Dwelling: 413 Garscube Ropad
Census Place: Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203658 GRO Ref Volume 644-8 EnumDist 58 Page 7
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Archd. HADDOW M 43 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Mechanic
Jane HADDOW M 40 F Campsie, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Mechanics Wife
John HADDOW U 19 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Robt. HADDOW U 17 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Butcher
Marion HADDOW U 14 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Weaver
Jane HADDOW 12 F Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HADDOW 9 M Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
James HADDOW 6 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Harriet HADDOW 3 m F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur 
HADDOW, John (I2449)
 
16
1881 Census

Dwelling: 413 Garscube Ropad
Census Place: Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203658 GRO Ref Volume 644-8 EnumDist 58 Page 7
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Archd. HADDOW M 43 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Mechanic
Jane HADDOW M 40 F Campsie, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Mechanics Wife
John HADDOW U 19 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Robt. HADDOW U 17 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Butcher
Marion HADDOW U 14 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Weaver
Jane HADDOW 12 F Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HADDOW 9 M Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
James HADDOW 6 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Harriet HADDOW 3 m F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur 
HADDOW, Robert (I2450)
 
17
1881 Census

Dwelling: 413 Garscube Ropad
Census Place: Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203658 GRO Ref Volume 644-8 EnumDist 58 Page 7
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Archd. HADDOW M 43 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Mechanic
Jane HADDOW M 40 F Campsie, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Mechanics Wife
John HADDOW U 19 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Robt. HADDOW U 17 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Butcher
Marion HADDOW U 14 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Weaver
Jane HADDOW 12 F Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HADDOW 9 M Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
James HADDOW 6 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Harriet HADDOW 3 m F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur 
HADDOW, Jane (I2451)
 
18
1881 Census

Dwelling: 413 Garscube Ropad
Census Place: Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203658 GRO Ref Volume 644-8 EnumDist 58 Page 7
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Archd. HADDOW M 43 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Mechanic
Jane HADDOW M 40 F Campsie, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Mechanics Wife
John HADDOW U 19 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Robt. HADDOW U 17 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Butcher
Marion HADDOW U 14 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Weaver
Jane HADDOW 12 F Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HADDOW 9 M Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
James HADDOW 6 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Harriet HADDOW 3 m F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur 
HADDOW, David (I2452)
 
19
1881 Census

Dwelling: 413 Garscube Ropad
Census Place: Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203658 GRO Ref Volume 644-8 EnumDist 58 Page 7
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Archd. HADDOW M 43 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Mechanic
Jane HADDOW M 40 F Campsie, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Mechanics Wife
John HADDOW U 19 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Robt. HADDOW U 17 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Butcher
Marion HADDOW U 14 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Weaver
Jane HADDOW 12 F Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HADDOW 9 M Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
James HADDOW 6 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Harriet HADDOW 3 m F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur 
HADDOW, James (I2453)
 
20
1881 Census

Dwelling: 413 Garscube Ropad
Census Place: Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203658 GRO Ref Volume 644-8 EnumDist 58 Page 7
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Archd. HADDOW M 43 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Mechanic
Jane HADDOW M 40 F Campsie, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Mechanics Wife
John HADDOW U 19 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Robt. HADDOW U 17 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Butcher
Marion HADDOW U 14 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Weaver
Jane HADDOW 12 F Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
David HADDOW 9 M Neilston, Renfrew, Scotland
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
James HADDOW 6 M Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Son
Harriet HADDOW 3 m F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur 
HADDOW, Harriet (I2454)
 
21
1891 Census

Civil Parish of Barony
Parish of Kelvinside
Parliamentary Burgh of Glasgow

35 Simpson St

Matthew Naismith Head Married 30 Iron Foundry Labourer Emp Stirlingshire Falkirk
Maggie Naismith Wife Married 25 Stirlingshire Falkirk
Mary Naismith Daur 3 Lanarkshire Glasgow
Alexander Naismith Son 1 Lanarkshre Glasgow

Marriage Date from Lookup @ GRO by Ian Orwin on 11 Dec 2002 
NAISMITH, Alexander (I2216)
 
22
1891 Census

Civil Parish of Barony
Parish of Kelvinside
Parliamentary Burgh of Glasgow

35 Simpson St

Matthew Naismith Head Married 30 Iron Foundry Labourer Emp Stirlingshire Falkirk
Maggie Naismith Wife Married 25 Stirlingshire Falkirk
Mary Naismith Daur 3 Lanarkshire Glasgow
Alexander Naismith Son 1 Lanarkshre Glasgow 
NAISMITH, Mary Lynch (I2218)
 
23
1891 Census
1 The Lees, Kingston, Hull
Frank Piper Head M 26 Schoolmaster Essex, Quendon
Emmeline Piper Wife M 25 Kent, Chatham
William E Piper Bro S 19 Coachman Domestic Servant Kent, Hemel Hempstead 
PIPER, William E (I3378)
 
24
1891 Census
St Marys, Kent

George WIlliam Ginn Head Mar 45 Steward & Clerk Kent, Deptford
Margaret Ginn Wife Mar 44 Kent, Deptford
Annis Margaret Ginn Daur S 23 Ireland
Florence Kate Ginn Daur S 20 Ireland
Albert Theo Ginn Son S 7 Scholar Kent, Chatham
Laurence Percival Ginn Son S 2 Kent, Chatham 
GINN, Albert Theo (I1155)
 
25
1891 Census
St Marys, Kent

George WIlliam Ginn Head Mar 45 Steward & Clerk Kent, Deptford
Margaret Ginn Wife Mar 44 Kent, Deptford
Annis Margaret Ginn Daur S 23 Ireland
Florence Kate Ginn Daur S 20 Ireland
Albert Theo Ginn Son S 7 Scholar Kent, Chatham
Laurence Percival Ginn Son S 2 Kent, Chatham 
GINN, Laurence Percival (I1156)
 
26
1901 Census

Ecclesiastical Parish of Barony
Parish of Kelvinside
Parliamentary Division of College

18 Simpson St

Alexander Naismith Head Married 37 IronMoulder Worker Stirlingshire Falkirk
Marion Naismith Wife Married 36 Lanarkshire, Glasgow
Alexander Naismith Son Single 8 Lanarkshire, Glasgow
Jeanie Naismith Daughter Single 6 Lanarkshire, Glasgow
Archibald Naismith Son Single 3 Lanarkshire, Glasgow 
NAISMITH, Archibald Haddow (I2455)
 
27
1901 Census

Ecclesiastical Parish of Barony
Parish of Kelvinside
Parliamentary Division of College

18 Simpson St

Alexander Naismith Head Married 37 IronMoulder Worker Stirlingshire Falkirk
Marion Naismith Wife Married 36 Lanarkshire, Glasgow
Alexander Naismith Son Single 8 Lanarkshire, Glasgow
Jeanie Naismith Daughter Single 6 Lanarkshire, Glasgow
Archibald Naismith Son Single 3 Lanarkshire, Glasgow 
NAISMITH, Jane Wilson (I2456)
 
28
Birth from 1891 census downloaded from Scotspeople website

1891 Census

Dwelling: 83 Haugh
Census Place: St Ninians, Bannockburn
Source: Scotspeople Website, download page 16 of St Ninians, Bannockburn

James Naismith M 32 M Falkirk, Stirling
Rel: Head
Occ: Dyehouse Labourer (Employed)
Mary Naismith M 25 F Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Wife
Occ:
Alexander Naismith 4 M Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Son
Occ:
Lizzie Naismith 7 F Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Isabella Naismith 2 F Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Daur

1901 Census

Dwelling: 56 Main St
Census Place: St Ninians, Bannockburn
Source: Scotspeople Website, download page 12 of St Ninians, Bannockburn

James Naismith M 42 M Falkirk, Stirling
Rel: Head
Occ: Wollen dye work Labourer
Annie Naismith M 40 F Eaglesham, Lanarkshire
Rel: Wife
Occ:
Agnes Paterson 14 F Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Daur
Occ: Millworker Wollen
Alexander Naismith 14 M Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Son
Occ: Millworker Wollen
Lizzie Naismith 12 F Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
John Naismith 2 M Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Son
Occ:
James Naismith 1 M Bannockburn, Stirling
Rel: Son
Occ:

Birth Details downloaded from Scotpeople web site.

Elizabeth Armstrong Naismith born 6th April 1884 Bannockburn
Father James Naismith Moulder (Domicil Dennyloanhead)
Mother Mary Naismith M.S. Stirling married 3 March 1883
Informant James Naismith Father 
NAISMITH, Elizabeth Armstrong (I2397)
 
29
Details taken from scan of marriage cert of C. Brook (daur) to F.C. Chapman, scan provided by C. Sutcliffe.

1861 Census
George St (West) Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 42 Ironfounder Yorkshire Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 44 Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Henry H Brook Son Single 22 Cloth Manufacturer Yorkshire Bolton
Elizabeth Brook Daur Single 20 Yorkshire Bolton
Clara Brook Daur 8 Yorkshire Huddersfield
George Brook Son 18 Scholar Yorkshire Bolton
William Brook Son 6 Scholar Yorkshire Huddersfiled
Eleanor Brook Daur 3 Scholar Yorkshire Almondbury

1871 Census
Green Head Lane, Huddersfield

Joseph Brook Head Married 52 Wool Salesman Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Sarah Brook Wife Married 54 Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Clara Brook Daur Single 18 Dress Maker Yorkshire, Huddersfield
William Brook Son Single 16 Organ Builder App Yorkshire, Huddersfield
Eleanor Brook Daur 12 Scholar Yorkshire, Huddersfield 
BROOK, Joseph (I2348)
 
30
Occupation given on the birth certificate of Alexander as Ploughman

Occupation given on the death cert of son Alexander as Woodyard Labourer

Informant on the death of Alexander was his son Robert 
WRIGHT, Alexander (I60)
 
31 Departed onboard the "Caledinia" SHIELS, Hugh Gray (I34620)
 
32 Departed onboard the "Caledinia" SHIELS, Hugh Gray (I34620)
 
33 He served, as a Soldier with the rank of Pioneer, in the Royal Engineers, in WWI.
After being wounded on the Continent he was repatriated to the UK where he died of his wounds 
AITKEN, William (I8926)
 
34 John and Margaret were married according to the rites of the Church of Scotland. Witnesses to the wedding were James Beaton and William Pow. Family F1793
 
35 John is the first recorded as a Tenant of Silvermine.

According to the Beaverbrook tree it indicates that John and Margaret had 8
children of which James was the third. 
AIKEN, John (I4849)
 
36 The following history of Allan's military/naval service needs further scrutiny. Dates do not tally.
There is a letter, in the Winston Spencer Churchill records, from Sir Max Aitken, dated 10 Sep 1914.
The letter is a letter of thanks from Sir Max thanking Winston Churchill for obtaining a commission for his brother Allan into the Royal Naval Division.
The "Who's Who" Information is suspect if the following is correct.
"Served with the Royal navy 1914-1916. Retiring from the navy becoming a Lieutenant in the RNR. He then joined the Canadian Army in which he served with the 11th CIF and the CEF as a Brigade Major. Awarded the Military Cross, when he was Major with the 4th Canadian Division WW1. He was wounded at Gallipoli, (something strange here because if he was injured at Gallipoli, which was evacuated in Dec 1915, whilst he was in the army, yet supposedly he was in the navy at that time. Also the 4th Canadian Division was formed by Canadians in the UK in 1916The following history of Allan's military/naval service needs further scrutiny. Dates do not tally.
There is a letter, in the Winston Spencer Churchill records, from Sir Max Aitken, dated 10 Sep 1914.
The letter is a letter of thanks from Sir Max thanking Winston Churchill for obtaining a commission for his brother Allan into the Royal Naval Division.
The "Who's Who" Information is suspect if the following is correct.
"Served with the Royal navy 1914-1916. Retiring from the navy becoming a Lieutenant in the RNR. He then joined the Canadian Army in which he served with the 11th CIF and the CEF as a Brigade Major. Awarded the Military Cross, when he was Major with the 4th Canadian Division WW1. He was wounded at Gallipoli, (something strange here because if he was injured at Gallipoli, which was evacuated in Dec 1915, whilst he was in the army, yet supposedly he was in the navy at that time. Also the 4th Canadian Division was formed by Canadians in the UK in 1916)

Allan was a Stockbroker dealing in securities for his brother, Lord Beaverbrook

He was a Vice President of Price Bros., Director of National Life Insurance and Weldon Investments Ltd. and others.

Allen A Aitken
Residence 1940 - St. Antoine; Westmount, Qu 
AITKEN, Allan Anderson (I7928)
 
37 There is an obituary for her in the Leelanau News (Michigan) which reads as follows.
"Services were held at St Christopher's Episcopal Church in Northport for Margaret Aitken Applebee of Northport who died March 30, 2008 at Munson Medical Centre. She was 84.

She was born Oct 22, 1923, on the island of St Kitts in the British West Indies, the daughter of Dr Arthur Noble Aitken and Frances Margaret (Hughes Aitken. Her husband, Roger, preceded her in death.

She was educated in Canada where she completed her bachelor's and master's degrees, writing her thesis on the development of Canadian nature poets. She was a journalist, social worker, artist, lover of nature, pets and gardens, and a devoted wife and mother. After many years of sailing from Northport, she and her husband moved to Northport permanently during their retirement.

She is survived by her 5 sons, Arthur Noble Applebee, of Albany, N.Y., Roger William Applebee of Champaign, Ill, Thomas Aitken Applebee, of Springfield, Ill., Charles Wendell Applebee of Urbana, Ill, and Geoffrey Alan Applebee of Northport, a sister Judith Aitken of Azle, Texas, and numerous, grandchildren and great grand-children.

Also preceding her in death was her sister Rahno Taylor, and a brother, William Aitken.

Burial is to be in Leelanau Township Cemetery." 
AITKEN, Margaret (I8901)
 
38 "Alexander France and Valda Crisp took over 'Gurteen' the France family farm at Levels, they then farmed at Seadown and subsequently, Methven. They retired in Ashburton." Kate Patterson nee France

In 2005 Alexander and Valda were retired in Ashburton. 
FRANCE, Alexander William (I8229)
 
39 "Beaverbrook Tree" quotes Jean as a child of James and Margaret but the LDS transcription of the OPR gives father as Thomas. Dates would indicate that Beaverbrook researcher is correct. AIKEN, Jean (I4873)
 
40 "Ernest Biggs and George Hannant were working together during the heaviest period of the blitz and were on their way to a garage fire caused by enemy action, when a heavy bomb burst near them. Hannant received injuries from which he later died and Biggs, badly hurt, had his right foot amputated. Although he was aware that he was fatally injured, Warden Hannant begged his fellow wardens to leave him and carry on with their fire-fighting job in order to save the district from further destruction. The two wardens had previously worked zealously in fire fighting bombs and they had also assisted in rescue operations. Hannant went to school at Sholing and, following an apprenticeship at Whites engineering and shipbuilding yard, was employed as an aircraft joiner. He had been married for three years and leaves a widow. He was a keen hockey and tennis player. Hannant joined the A.R.P. in September 1939." So uthern Evening Echo BBC - WW2 People's War - A Local Hero

Died in the Assembly Hall of Itchen School (latterly Itchen College), which was then being used as a casualty clearing station, having been severely injured in his legs by a nearby bomb blast.

George's wife, Marion, received the following letter from the Southern Regional Commissioner's Office:
Dear Mrs Hannant
I recently drew the attention of the Minister of Home Security to your late husband's gallant conduct on November 23, 1940 when during a heavy enemy air attack he courageously performed his duty in the face of the greatest danger, and in spite of the fact that he received serious injuries, which he knew to be fatal, he continued to encourage his colleagues in the performance of their duties. Mr Herbert Morrison felt that your late husband's courage and devotion to duty were deserving of high praise, and he took steps to bring the matter to the notice of His Majesty the King. I now have the pleasure of informing you, at the request of the Minister, that His Majesty has been graciously pleased to give orders for the publication of your late husband's name as having received an expresion of Commendation for his services. The notice will appear in a list to be published as a Supplement to the London Gazette on the evening of 28th February 1941.
Yours sincerely
Harold Butler
Regional Commissioner No 6 (Southern region)

 
HANNANT, George William (I22332)
 
41 "James Aitken died 16 June 1884 aged 69, wife Marion Aitken died 6 November 1885 aged 70, daughter Catherine died 25 November 1849 aged 14 , daughter Jane died 10 May 1876 aged 32."

Jane was a bridesmaid to two of her sisters

Informant on the death of Jane Aitken was William Paterson, occupier of the address where she died 
AITKEN, Jane (I4968)
 
42 "James Aitken died 16 June 1884 aged 69, wife Marion Aitken died 6 November 1885 aged 70, daughter Catherine died 25 November 1849 aged 14 , daughter Jane died 10 May 1876 aged 32." AITKEN, Catherine (I4964)
 
43 "William went to Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto.
Serving with the Toronto Scottish Regiment, he was a lieutenant 1923-1927.
Obtained a pilots licence and on the outbreak of WWII joined the RAF as a Fighter Reconnaissance Pilot, where he was wounded. After the war, in 1945, he contested the seat of West Derbyshire for the Conservative Party. In 1950 he became the Conservative MP for the seat of Bury St. Edmunds. He was a business man holding various Directorships. Director of Shop Investments Ltd. 8 Queen St., Mayfair London. Owner of Western Ground Rentals. He was also an executive with the London Evening Standard and the Manager of London Express News and Feature Services. He resided at Playford Hall near Ipswich, Suffolk, and at 28 Porchester St., London."
"Who Was Who 1961-1970"

In 1963 he was awarded a KBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours. 
AITKEN, Sir William Traven K.B.E. (I8888)
 
44 (Medical):1911 census states "consumptive spine from 1 year" BEVIS, Ethel Violet (I36413)
 
45 (Medical):accidental discharge of a rifle while hunting GUTHRIE, James Andrew (I38141)
 
46 (Medical):accidently shot through the head whilst acting as a marker at the volunteer rifle range RUMGAY, Andrew James (I37238)
 
47 (Medical):According to a medical site for antique terms; Probably it was Tabes Mesenterica, a wasting disease of childhood characterised by chronic inflammation of the lymphatic glands of the mesentery, attended with caseous degeneration.)
 
KIDD, James (I7815)
 
48 (Medical):after post mortem DRAKE, Peggy Patricia (I13855)
 
49 (Medical):Alexander Hamilton was the informant on the death of his father, James Hamilton in 1943 HAMILTON, Alexander Stirling (I9308)
 
50 (Medical):Alexander lived for only 1 hour KIDD, Alexander (I13304)
 

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