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Miss Emma Chapman. 
                      
1st Lady Superintendent, 1898 - 1926

                                     See also, 1911 Census of St George's, at foot of page.

                          Miss Emma Chapman.
         Miss Emma Chapman, in her teenage years.                                             Born 1862, Eynesbury, Huntingdonshire.

The two photographs of Emma Chapman, taken later in her life, were identified by Kath Moore (302) aged 92.

Emma Chapman was born 14 Dec 1862 in Eynesbury, Huntingdonshire. (Probably in Back Street or Front Street, Eynesbury.),     St. Neots, Hunts. Vol 3b Page 302. She was the fifth of seven children born to William Charles Chapman and his wife, Sarah nee Jarvis, who were married 24 July 1851 in Eynesbury Church. 

Her siblings were all born in Eynesbury.                       

Name Born Notes
Charles   15 Apr 1852 Baptized 9 May 1852 in Eynesbury Church of England Church.
Albert Ebenezer    Baptized 26 Nov 1853 died in infancy and buried 28 Feb 1855
George James 1857 Baptized 10 Aug 1856 in Eynesbury Church of England Church.
George James 1860 Baptized 29 Apr 1860
Emma 1862 Baptized 15 Mar 1863
Edwin 1865 Baptized 26 Nov 1865 died 12/5/1866 aged 9 months
Walter 1867 Baptized 9 June 1867

The last four children were all baptized in the St Neot's Wesleyan Methodist Church, which suggests that the parents, William & Sarah Chapman must have converted to Methodism.

Her father died, aged 40 on 23 Mar 1871. BMD Ref: St. Neots March Quarter 1871 Volume 3b Page 224 (Emma would have been 8 years old at the time).

Photo of Miss Emma Chapman taken in her teenage years and copy of 'On & Off Duty' publication, kindly provided by
Keith Philip Chapman, great grandson of Miss Chapman's brother, Charles Chapman.

                                                         
                                                         The International Christian Police Association magazine
                                              On & Off Duty, which includes a tribute to Emma Chapman,
                                              written in 1937 by Miss Mary Lister. 
    
                          
 

                          

                            The final few paragraphs of the tribute to Emma Chapman were written by
                            Dr W. M. Crawford Watson. At the time he was Honorary Medical Officer to
                            St George's, he served in this capacity from 1898 until his retirement in 1939.
             
                           
Dr Crawford Watson and his wife generously gifted the 1914 - 1918
                            War Memorial to St George's, for details see Services page on this website.         
     

 Footnote: Rev A R South Phillips writes in the Eynesbury Parish Magazine:- Our dear friend Canon Reed has supplied us with an interesting item of news.  Fifty years ago, when he was reigning over our schools at Eynesbury, one of his scholars was Emma Chapman, a little girl living with her mother in Montagu Street.  She must have been unusually capable, persevering and trustworthy, for she afterwards became Matron of a large Orphanage in Harrogate, and on her recent retirement after twenty-five years of faithful service, the Governors of the Orphanage have presented her with an expression of grateful appreciation of her services and a cheque for £500.  Canon Reed, in his letter to me says, “I think that a few words in your Parish Magazine about the meritorious and successful career of Miss Emma Chapman might encourage the present generation of Eynesbury people to persevere in well-doing.” 

Reprinted in the St Neots Advertiser on 8th February 1924

(Samuel Reed was headmaster at Eynesbury from 1872 to 1875.)

Extracts from the story  'EMMA CHAPMAN, A GIRL FROM THE BACK STREET'
written by George Basson

Background: Family and Early Life

Emma’s paternal grandfather, Farrell Chapman, was born at Buckden in 1804.  By 1841 he had moved to Eynesbury and the 1851 Census shows Farrell, aged 47, as living in the High Street (Berkley Street), Eynesbury, his occupation being that of paper manufacturer, along with his wife, Mary, and seven children.  One of these, William Charles Chapman, Emma’s father, born at Eynesbury, was at this time also involved in the paper manufacture trade.

Emma Chapman was born on 14th December 1862 in Back Street (Montagu Street), Eynesbury.  She was baptised in the Wesleyan Methodist chapel at Tempsford on 15th March 1863.  Emma was the fifth of seven children, born to William Charles Chapman and his wife Sarah (née Jarvis, born in 1827 at Little Barford)  Her brothers and sisters were Charles (born 15th April 1852), Albert Ebenezer (baptised 26th November 1853), George James (baptised 10th August 1856), Elizabeth (born 22nd February 1860), Edwin William (born 19th May 1865) and Walter (born 14th April 1867).  The 1861 Census shows that her father William’s occupation was that of a papermaker.  Tragedy was to hit the family in March 1871 as William passed away at the early age of only 41.  In the 1871 Census, Sarah, now recently widowed, was shown as being a grocer.  Her sons, Charles and George, both bachelors, were shown as bricklayer’s apprentices, the other children were listed as scholars; also living at the homestead was Mary, age 27, a spinster sister in law.

By 1881 Sarah was still listed as a shopkeeper, and her daughter Elizabeth as a dressmaker, son Walter had no occupation listed, but Emma was by now a Pupil Teacher, and they were all living in Montagu Street, Eynesbury.  The Census of 1891 shows many changes.  Sarah, now aged 64, was still working in her grocer’s shop, but was living alone.  Emma, aged 27, had moved to Southwold in Suffolk to take up the position as a certified nurse in the household of Henry Negus, a Boatman Coastguard.
 

Southwold and elsewhere, Nursing and Teaching

Whether or not Emma Chapman applied for the position of certified nurse through the local press, (i.e. the St Neots Advertiser), where Situations Vacant were advertised, especially by a Mrs Sawford’s Registry Office, of the Market Square, St Neots, is not known.
However, the family she went to work for in Southwold were Henry Negus and his wife Mary, and their children Clifford (born 1881), Lena (born 1883) both born in Portsmouth, and Sidney P (born 1889), and Daisy (born 1891), both born at Southwold.  Henry Negus had been a former Able Seaman, and in 1881 he was serving on board H.M.S ASSISTANCE at Portsmouth.  H.M.S ASSISTANCE was an iron hull, screw, store ship, of some 2,515 tons, carrying two guns.  She was launched in 1874 and sold in 1897.

As well as her nursing, Emma was also a qualified teacher, having trained at St Margaret’s College, London.  She taught in two schools, one of which was Casterton School, Kirkby Lonsdale  Here she was involved in nursing as well as teaching.

Emma’s mother, Sarah, sadly passed away, aged 71, in 1898.  The year of Sarah’s death is significant as this was also the year in which Emma took up the position of Lady Superintendent at the Police Orphanage in Harrogate, Yorkshire.  Emma was a devout Christian and at one time had hoped to go as a missionary but a chest problem had prevented this.  At a Christian convention she was introduced to Catherine Gurney by the Rev A G Whaley and it was this meeting that led to her appointment.

She is remembered as being “a tall, very well built lady who wore glasses.  She wore her hair drawn back from her face and in a bun at the back of her head, her face was round with ‘crinkly’ skin”.  She was very strict and not averse to using the cane, even on quite young children.

The years of the First World War must have been particularly difficult ones for Emma.  Boys whom she had seen grow up from her earliest days at the Orphanage joined the forces, and news would come through from time to time of yet another casualty.  The St George’s First World War Memorial, illustrated below, has on it the names of thirty-seven men who enlisted, ten of whom died.

Emma resigned her position at the Orphanage in the summer of 1926 due to ill health, and retired to Hertfordshire on a generous pension awarded her by the General and Finance Committee of St George’s.

In our own locality Emma Chapman’s years of service at St George’s were referred to in the Eynesbury Parish Magazine in 1924 by the Rev Alexander Robert South Phillips, who had been supplied by an old friend Canon Reed with the story of one of his past scholars, a little girl living with her mother in Montagu Street.  He notes that on her retirement the Governors of the Orphanage presented her with a cheque for £500 and an expression of grateful appreciation of her services.

After her retirement Emma moved to Berkhamsted where she shared a house with her friend, Miss Austin, who had been a missionary in Africa.  She maintained her links with St George’s by regular monthly letters.  Emma Chapman died on 13th December 1936, one day short of her seventy-fourth birthday.  A wreath made by Mr. Adams, gardener at St. George’s from 1898, was sent in the name of the children of St. George’s, and a number of old girls and boys living in London went to Hertfordshire for the funeral service.

The Closure of St George’s Owing to the declining number of children in need, the Orphanage closed in 1956.  A total of 644 children had passed through the doors of St George’s through the years, and a local Eynesbury lass had been part of the history of the Orphanage.

 

                      Sarah Chapman.

                               
                            Sarah Chapman nee Jarvis         St Mary's, Church of England Church, Eynesbury.

T
he 1861 Census taken at Front Street, Eynesbury, Hunts., shows

Father: William C. aged 30 Born c 1831 Eynesbury.   Occ: Papermaker
  Mother: Sarah  aged 34 Born c 1827 Little Barford Bedfordshire
  Brother: Charles aged  8  
  Brother: George J aged  4  
  Sister: Elizabeth aged  1  

The 1871 Census taken at Back Street, Eynesbury, Hunts., shows

  Mother: Sarah aged 44 Widow.  Occ: Grocer
  Brother: Charles aged 18 Bach.    Occ: Bricklayer’s Apprentice
  Brother: George J. aged 14 Occ: Bricklayer’s Apprentice
  Sister: Elizabeth aged 11 Scholar
  Brother: Walter aged  3 Scholar
    Emma aged  8 Scholar


T
here is also Sarah Chapman’s spinster sister in law, Mary Jane Chapman, aged 27, Dressmaker, living in the household. (She was probably helping the widowed Sarah with the children, whilst Sarah was running her grocer’s shop.)                       

The 1881 Census taken at Montagu Street, Eynesbury, Hunts., shows

  Mother: Sarah aged 53 Widow      Shopkeeper
  Sister: Elizabeth aged 21 Spinster    Dressmaker
  Brother: Walter aged 13  
    Emma aged 18 Spinster    Pupil Teacher


T
he 1891 Census taken at Montagu Street, Eynesbury, Hunts., shows
                              
Mother:            Sarah            aged 64   Widow.  Grocer.   Living alone.
 

Sarah Chapman died, 6 Apr,1898 at 23 Fairfax Rd, Bedford, Bedfordshire, aged 71, June Qtr. 1898  Bedford Vol 3b Page 187 

One old girl describes Miss Emma Chapman as a tall, very well built lady who wore glasses. She wore her hair drawn back from her face and in a bun at the back of her head, her face was round with 'crinkly' skin. One old boy of St George's recalls that when he first entered St George's as a small boy and met Miss Chapman, he was very frightened of her.
Miss Chapman was a very strict lady who even doled out the cane to 5 year olds and, when the time came for her to retire from St George's, the announcement resulted in a great deal of cheering by the children.

 

                                                           Text of the Will of Sarah Chapman (1827 – 1898) 

This is the last will and testament of me Sarah Chapman of 3 Montagu Street  Eynesbury near St Neots in the County of Huntingdonshire made this Fifteenth day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and ninety seven. I hereby revoke all Wills made by me at any time heretofore. I appoint my sons Charles Chapman of Bowbridge Lane Newark on Trent, George Chapman Old Cross Hertford, Walter Chapman Foster Hill Road Bedford to be my Executors and direct that all my debts and funeral Expenses shall be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease. I give and bequeath unto my children Charles Chapman, George James Chapman, Elizabeth Jones, Emma Chapman and Walter Chapman my property consisting of five cottages No 1,2,3,4,5 Montagu Street Eynesbury Huntingdonshire, the value of the same cottages to be equally divided among them. Sixty pounds that I have lent to my daughter Elizabeth Jones to be paid to the executors at my decease or deducted from her share of the value of the cottages. Of my household furniture I bequeath to Mr Charles Chapman the Chest of Drawers, Matthew Henry’s Commentaries, Popular Educators, looking glass. To George James Chapman, Mahogany Pembroke Table, couch, Large Bible and Prayer book, Coffer. To Elizabeth Jones chest of drawers, second size feather bed, bolsters and pillows, To Emma Chapman my own feather bed, bolster and pillows, two pairs of blankets, two pairs of best sheets, six pillowslips, counterpane and best linen tablecloth, small chest of drawers, little round mahogany table, silver tablespoon two silver teaspoons, my armchair, galvanic battery. To Walter Chapman small feather bed bolster and pillows and piano. The old china tea service to be equally divided amongst all my children. The rest of my household furniture and personal belongings to be disposed of as approved by my two daughters Elizabeth Jones and Emma Chapman. In the event of the death of any of the above their share to be given to their children or to whom they may appoint. 

Sarah Chapman

Signed by the said Testator Sarah Chapman in the presence of us, present at the same time, who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses. 

William H. Sinester, Charles Tyser

                                          
                                 
Sarah Chapman. Probate Registry, 5 Apr 1898.

 
The year of Sarah’s death is significant, as this was also the year in which her daughter, Emma, took up the position of Lady Superintendent at the N.P.O.
The 1891 Census taken at 2, Victory Buildings, Victory Street, Southwold, Suffolk shows Emma Chapman, aged 27, to be employed as a Certified Nurse in the household of:

  Henry Negus aged 34 Born c 1857 St. Pancaras. Occ: Boatman Coastguard
  Mary A. aged 28 Born c 1863 Fordingbridge Hants.
  Clifford H. aged 10 Born c 1881 Portsmouth Hants.
  Lena M. aged 8 Born c 1883 Portsmouth Hants.
  Sydney P. aged 2 Born c 1889 Southwold Suffolk
  Daisy aged 2 Born 1891 Southwold Suffolk 

Southwold is on the east coast, about 14 miles south of Lowestoft and not too far from Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Emma may have been caring for the newly born baby and the mother.
Miss Chapman may have answered an advertisement, or may have already been known to Miss Gurney, through her Nursing profession with her nursing abilities, Emma would have been the ideal person to care for the very young Police Orphans, having lost her own father, at the age of  6.

Further research into Emma Chapman’s family shows that her paternal grandfather, Farrell Chapman, was born c 1804 in Buckden, Hunts. His wife, Mary, was born c 1806 in St. Neots, Hunts. The 1851 Census taken in Eynesbury shows Farrell to be a Paper Manufacturer. There are seven offspring, ranging from 4 years old to 23 years old, including William Charles Chapman, aged 20, bachelor and a Paper Manufacturer. 

The 1841 Census, also taken in Eynesbury, shows Farrell, aged 37, married with five children and to have the same occupation. 

Emma Chapman’s mother, Sarah nee Jarvis is shown on the 1841 Census, taken in Little Barford, Beds., as the 14 years old daughter of Philip Jarvis, aged c 40, Agricultural Labourer, and his wife, Mary, aged c 35. There are five other children, ranging from 15 years old to one month old. 

The 1851 Census taken at High Street, St. Neots, Hunts., shows Sarah Jarvis, spinster, aged 24,  to be employed as a servant in the household of John George, aged 29, bachelor. Butcher, who also has his widower uncle, John Stevenson, aged 58, also a Butcher, living in the house.  Interestingly, their next door neighbours are Henry Chapman aged  56. Publican Brewer Maltser, his wife, Hannah, 54 and offspring, Thomas, 24, Brewer; George, 20, Coach Maker and Mary, 15.  

Sarah Jarvis’ future husband, William Charles Chapman, may have been related to this family and may have visited their home, thus meeting Sarah, marrying and later producing their child, Emma Chapman.
S
arah Jarvis and William Charles Chapman were married September Quarter 1851 St. Neots, Hunts. Vol. 14 Page 301
(Eynesbury is in the St. Neots’ Diocese.) 

Miss Chapman's paternal uncle, James Page Chapman, born 1833 in Eynesbury served as a Police Officer for many years and on
retirement took a position as School Attendance Officer.

Miss Emma Chapman died, aged 73, 13 December, 1936, on the eve of her 74th birthday. Berkhamsted Vol. 3a Page 1217
She lived a further 10 years after her retirement, due to ill health, from the N.P.O
Berkhamsted is in Hertfordshire and reasonably near to the Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire County borders.

 Census information researched by Elsie Gale, formerly Pickering, nee Bradley.  

                                                 

Text of the Will of William Charles Chapman (1831 – 1871) 

This is the last will and testament of me William Charles Chapman of Eynesbury in the County of Huntingdon, Papermaker. First, I direct all my just debts funeral and Testamentary expenses to be paid by my executors hereinafter named out of such money as shall belong or accrue to me at the time of my decease. And I give and bequeath the remainder of such money and particularly that which will accrue to me on account of the Policy of Assurance on my life granted by the Star Life Assurance Society and all my household goods and furniture and all other property of whatsoever kind which I may be possessed of at the time of my decease Unto my dear wife Sarah Chapman for the purpose of providing in the best manner possible according to circumstances a home and maintenance for herself and such child or children as I may leave at the time of my decease. If my said wife shall die leaving any child of mine under the age of twenty one years then I direct that the above property or such of it as may remain be applied in the best manner possible for the maintenance or in assistance of such child or children. And when each of them shall have attained the age of twenty one years Then I direct that such of the above described property as shall remain shall be equally divided amongst them or if there be only one be given to him or her entirely. If my said wife shall live until each of my children shall have attained his or her majority Then I wish and direct that the remainder of the property above described be possessed by her absolutely for her own sole use and maintenance And I appoint my said dear wife Sarah Chapman and my brother James Chapman of Eynesbury Papermaker and my brother-in-law Henry Peter Chandler of St Neots, Shoemaker, Executrix and Executors of this my will and guardians of my dear child or children. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this seventeenth day of March One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Five. 

William Charles Chapman 

Signed by the said testator William Charles Chapman on the seventeen day of March One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Five and declared by him to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who at the same time in his presence and the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses. 

Alfred Arundel, Schoolmaster, Eynesbury                              Harriet Elizabeth Arundel      


                                                      1911 Census: St George's House.

1911 Census details for: St George's House, Northern Police Orphanage, Otley Road, Harrogate.
Name Relation Married/Single Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where born
Chapman, Emma Head Single F 47 1864 Superintendent Hunts Eynesbury
Phipps, Gladys Mary Assistant Single F 32 1879 Sick Nurse London Hounslow
Parish, Laura Assistant Single F 38 1873 Girls Matron Essex Ardleigh
Atkinson, Louisa Assistant Single F 29 1882 Boys Matron Lincs Lacery
Armstrong, Helen Assistant Single F 22 1889 Asst Girls Matron Lancs Liverpool
Heap, Bertha Assistant Single F 17 1894 Asst Boys Matron Manchester
Butter, Sarah Servant Single F 41 1870 Cook Yorks Sheffield
Ardey, Fanny Servant Single F 39 1872 Needle woman Middlesex Haworth
Scott Georgina Polly Servant Single F 23 1888 Housemaid Northumberland Bathlury
Buchanan, Rose Annie Orphan Single F 15 1896 Training in housework Lancs New Broughton
Lowe, Joseph Orphan Single M 16 1895 None Co Durham Sunderland
Andrews, Gladys Gwendoline Orphan Single F 15 1896 Training in Housework Yorks Hull
Thomas, Vincent Henry Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Flintshire Hollywell
Thomas, Mona Orphan Single F 15 1896 Training in Housework Flintshire Hollywell
Smith, Gertrude Mabel Orphan Single F 15 1896 Training in Housework Yorks Sutton
Bowes, Margaret Lillian Orphan Single F 14 1897 Training in Housework Co Durham Sunderland
Bowes, Edith Annie Orphan Single F 13 1898 School Co Durham Pelton
Hargreaves, Maud Orphan Single F 14 1897 Training in Housework Lancs Manchester
Rigley, Martha Orphan Single F 12 1899 School Notts Nottingham
Crawford, Sarah Orphan Single F 13 1898 School Northumberland Eastford
Smith, Doris Orphan Single F 12 1899 School Yorks Batley
Smith, Hettie Orphan Single F 14 1897 School Yorks Batley
Forsyth, Emily Elizabeth Orphan Single F 13 1898 School Yorks Chapelthorpe
Forsyth, Maud Orphan Single F 15 1896 Training in Housework Yorks Chapelthorpe
Forsyth, Annie Orphan Single F 10 1901 School Yorks Chapelthorpe
Walkington, Gladys Dora Orphan Single F 14 1987 Training in Housework Yorks Hull
Keeble, Jane Orphan Single F 11 1900 School Essex Harrick
Keeble, Robert Edward Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Essex Harrick
Ward, Ada Kirk Orphan Single F 13 1898 School Lancs Manchester
Clayton, Charles Richard Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Lancs Ulverston
Cook, John Raymond Orphan Single M 10 1901 School Northumberland Newcastle
Cook, Edith Mary Orphan Single F 14 1897 School Co Durham Gasforth
Brook, Baden Orphan Single M 10 1901 School Yorks Leeds
Crawford, Mary Orphan Single F 11 1900 School Holy Island
Parkes, Leonard Cecil Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Yorks Pocklington
Whiteley, Norman Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Yorks Huddersfield
Whiteley, Dora Orphan Single F 10 1901 School Yorks Huddersfield
Bowes, Mary Orphan Single F 10 1901 School Co Durham Pelton
Clayton, Marion Orphan Single F 10 1901 School Lancs Broughton Sussex
Fisher, Albert Orphan Single M 10 1901 School Yorks Hull
Fisher, Ivy Orphan Single F 11 1900 School Yorks Hull
Cotterill, Sydney Orphan Single M 9 1902 School Lancs Manchester
Whipp, James Edward Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Lancs Southport
Donnelly, John Orphan Single M 10 1901 School Northumberland Newcastle
Donnelly, Catherine Orphan Single F 13 1898 School Northumberland Newcastle
Houd, Charles Albert Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Yorks Bradford
Waude, Albert Orphan Single M 9 1902 School Yorks Goole
Gill, Elizabeth Orphan Single F 12 1899 School Yorks Bradford
Bracken, James Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Cumberland
Bracken, Hannah Orphan Single F 7 1904 School Cumberland
Conagham, John Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Yorks Wakefield
Conagham, Dorothy Elizabeth Orphan Single F 7 1904 School Yorks Wakefield
Clayton, John Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Lancs Broughton
Stephenson, Gordon Orphan Single M 13 1898 School Yorks Hull
Fisher, Violet Orphan Single F 7 1904 School Yorks Hull
Sykes, Cyril Clement Orphan Single M 11 1900 School Yorks Hull
Edwards, Frank Orphan Single M 9 1902 School Yorks Wakefield
Grant, Henry Thomas Orphan Single M 6 1905 School Lancs Manchester
Williams, Albert Edward Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Lancs Manchester
Williams, Florence Sybil Orphan Single F 11 1900 School Yorks Scarborough
Bracken, Margaret Orphan Single F 5 1906 School Cumberland Arthurst
Bracken, Ernest Orphan Single M 5 1906 School Cumberland Arthurst
Taylor, Arlham Orphan Single M 7 1904 School Northumberland Wallsend
Whipp, Kathleen Orphan Single F 12 1899 School Lancs Liverpool
Hampson, Herbert Orphan Single M 11 1900 School Lancs Blackburn
Hampson, Edward Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Lancs Blackburn
Goddard, Clarice Evelyn Orphan Single F 13 1898 School Yorks Rotherham
Goddard, Louisa Emytrude Orphan Single F 11 1900 School Yorks Rotherham
Leighton, Frederick Orphan Single M 6 1905 School Co Durham Sunderland
Leighton, Mary Elizabeth Orphan Single F 7 1904 School Co Durham Sunderland
Toan, Hilda Orphan Single F 6 1905 School Yorks Bradford
Toan, William Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Yorks Bradford
Hunt, Reginald Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Yorks Hull
McLaren, Florence Orphan Single F 12 1899 School Flint Connelis Quays
McLaren, Doris Orphan Single F 7 1904 School Flints Hammer
McLaren, Elsie Orphan Single F 6 1905 School Flints Hammer
Parry, Ralph Orphan Single M 10 1901 School Salop Market Dreighton
Parry, Edward Orphan Single M 8 1903 School Salop Market Dreighton
Whipp, Pricilla Orphan Single F 6 1905 School Lancs Orkton
Ord, Robert Orphan Single M 5 1906 School Co Durham Sunderland
Ord, Elsie Isabella Orphan Single F 8 1903 School Co Durham Sunderland
Foster, May Orphan Single F 8 1903 School Lancs Liverpool
Halliday, Rierish Orphan Single M 14 1897 School Lancs Hindley
Philley, George Orphan Single M 18 1893 Student Teacher Yorks Sheffield
Adams, John Servant Married 16years M 46 1865 Gardener Domestic Liverton Devon
Adams, Louisa Kate Gardeners wife Married F 45 1866   Upton Pyne Devon
Adams, May Elizabeth Gardeners daughter Single F 10 1901 School Yorks Harrogate
Wood, Harry Servant Single M 26 1885 Gardener Domestic Yorks Utterley

               
                                         

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