at:

Were the following Young Workers:

3
Adelaide Street

In

1891
Son Walter Coton aged 14, a Office Boy

Occupied By:

William Coton

a

Filer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Adelaide Street

In

1891
Daughter Emily M Palmer aged 13, a Fishing Tackle

Occupied By:

Arthur Palmer

a

Engine Driver

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

31
Alcester Street

In

1891
Servant Emily Baylis aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Thomas Steele

a

Baker & Confectioner

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

33
Alcester Street

In

1891
Children Arthur William Dyer aged 14, Lithographic Printer & Elsie Dyer aged 13, a Mother's Help

Occupied By:

John Dyer

a

Ironmonger & General Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

25
Alcester Street

In

1891
Son Reuben Mills aged 14, a Needle Threader

Occupied By:

Reuben Mills

a

Beerhouse Keeper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

23
Alcester Street

In

1891
Servant Ellen Bonneham aged 13, a General Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Edwin Francis Corfield

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

19
Alcester Street

In

1891
Servant Emily Heming aged 14, a General Servant

Occupied By:

Charles Palmer

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

9
Alcester Street

In

1891
Niece Elsie Mary Huband aged 12, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Charles Avery

a

Cabinet Maker & Upholsterer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

8
Alcester Street

In

1891
Daughter Bertha C. Ford aged 14, a Fly Dresser

Occupied By:

Randolph Albert Ford

a

Boot Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

38
Alcester Street

In

1891
Son John Maynard aged 14, a Warehouseman, Needles

Occupied By:

William Maynard

a

Foreman Fishing Tackle

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Bk7
Alcester Street

In

1891
Daughter Fanny Powell aged 13, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

James Joseph Powell (widower)

a

Fishing (something) Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

2
Clarks Yard

In

1891
Daughter Florence Thornton aged 14, a Fish Hook Filer

Occupied By:

Thomas Thornton

a

Fish Hook Filer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

47
Evesham Street

In

1891
Son Robert Shrimpton aged 13, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

John Shrimpton

a

Needle Manufacturer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

125
Evesham Street

In

1891
Sons William H. Gregory aged 14, a Fish Hook Filer & Charles Gregory aged 13, Needle Hardener

Occupied By:

William H. Gregory

a

Tobacconist

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

137
Evesham Street

In

1891
Servant Fanny Hitchman aged 14, a General Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Edward George Humphries

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

129
Evesham Street

In

1891
Daughter Annie L. aged 14, Apprentice Dressmaking

Occupied By:

James H. Bott

a

Fishing Rod Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

121
Evesham Street

In

1891
Daughter Ann Glover aged 13, a School Teacher

Occupied By:

Martha Glover (widow)

a

Dressmaker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

91
Evesham Street

In

1891
Children Thomas Wedgebury aged 12 & Fred Wedgebury aged 10, Needle Makers

Occupied By:

Mary Wedgebury (widow)

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

72
Evesham Street

In

1891
Grandchildren May Ludgate aged 14, a Fishing Tackle Maker & Ada Ludgate aged 13, Fishing Tackle

Occupied By:

Mary Ludgate (widow)

a

Needle Paperer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

87
Evesham Street

In

1891
Daughter Maria Green aged 14, Needle Factory

Occupied By:

James Green

a

Groom

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

12 & 14
Evesham Street

In

1891
Niece Ada Louisa Goven aged 14, a Milliners Apprentice

Occupied By:

Sylvanus Francis Cooper

a

Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

77a
Evesham Street

In

1891
Daughters Florence George aged 14 & Alice George aged 12, Needle Workers

Occupied By:

Edwin George

a

Utility

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

C1H2
Evesham Street

In

1891
Daughter Bessie E. Houghton aged 13, Artificial Fly Dresser

Occupied By:

Joseph Houghton

a

Needle Hardner

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Izods Yard

In

1891
Son Harry Smith 14, worker

Occupied By:

Harriet Smith (widow)

a

Needle Paperer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

12
Park Road

In

1891
Son Sidney L Huins aged 14, an Assistant in Book Shop

Occupied By:

James Huins

a

Boot Factor

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Park Road

In

1891
Servant Florence Wright aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Alfred Cardew Truscott

a

Commercial Traveller

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

5
Park Road

In

1891
Servant Rose Ellen Mutton aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Stephen Elgar Thorrold

a

Civil Engineer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

31
Park Road

In

1891
Daughter Ada Wall aged 13, a Box Maker

Occupied By:

Charles Wall

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

39
Park Road

In

1891
Son Fred Moss aged 14, a Warehouse Boy

Occupied By:

Alexander Moss

a

Retired Police Sergeant

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

41
Park Road

In

1891
Daughter Florence M Dolphin aged 13, a Fly Dresser

Occupied By:

Francis C Dolphin

a

Engine Fitter

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

11
Park Road

In

1891
Servant Ada Robinson aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

William Edward Hemming

a

Fishing Tackle Manufacturer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

31
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Daughter Florence Charmer aged 14, Envelope Maker

Occupied By:

Charles Randle

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

43
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Son William Freeman aged 12,a  Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Amos Freeman

a

Shoe Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

29
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Son Frank Birch aged 12, Painter

Occupied By:

Alfred Birch

a

Hawker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

27
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Daughter Polly Tolley aged 12, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Joseph Tolley

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

19
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Children John Brough aged 12, Fish Hook Flattener & Alice Brough aged 11, Fish Hook Flattener

Occupied By:

Alfred Brough

a

Plate Layer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

14
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Annie Andrews aged 14, a Rod Polisher

Occupied By:

William Andrews

a

Baker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

10
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Son Edgar Apperley aged 14, Printer

Occupied By:

Edwin Apperley

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

6
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Daughter Sarah aged 14, a Dressmaker Apprentice

Occupied By:

Handel Pitt

a

Blacksmith

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

53
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Step-daughter Ellen Morris aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

William Whittington

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

22
Red Lion Street

In

1891
Daughter Alice aged 14, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

Joseph Moon

a


at:

Were the following Young Workers:

8
Silver Street

In

1891
Step-son Frederick Ladbury aged 14, a Fish Hook Flattener

Occupied By:

Walter Farr

a

Indeterminable entry

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

45
Silver Street

In

1891
Daughter Susannah Heath aged 12, Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Grace Ellen James (widow)

a

Fish Hook Bender

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

39
Silver Street

In

1891
Son James T. Andrews aged 12, a Fish Hook Flattener

Occupied By:

Martha Andrews (widow)

a

Coal Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

9
Silver Street

In

1891
Children Kate Hemming aged 12, Fish Hook Flattener & George Hemming aged 11, Needle Worker

Occupied By:

Louisa Hemmings

a

Needle Eyer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

4
Silver Street

In

1891
Son David Johnson aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Walter Richard Johnson

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

2
Silver Street

In

1891
Son Harry Bennett aged 14, a Fish Hook Flattener

Occupied By:

John H. Bennett

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

19
Silver Street

In

1891
Son George Richmond aged 14, Needle Splitter

Occupied By:

Mary Ann Richmond

a

Fish Hook Bender

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

18
Windsor Street

In

1891
Daughter Clara Willis aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

John Willis

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

20
Windsor Street

In

1891
Daughter Annie E Fowler aged 13, a Needle Paperer

Occupied By:

Felix Fowler

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

10
Worcester Road

In

1891
Daughter Nellie Chatterley aged 14, a Fishing Tackle Maker

Occupied By:

Alfred Chatterley

a

Fish Hook Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

4
Worcester Road

In

1891
Grandson Charles V. Chambers aged 13, a Butcher

Occupied By:

Edith A. Chambers (widow)

a

Living on own Means

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

5
Worcester Road

In

1891
Daughter Rose Brookes aged 13, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Bertha Brookes (widow)

a

Needle Sticker