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RG: Ball, Ezra (1851) and family
RG: Ball, Ezra (1851) and family
At the time of the 1851 census, Ezra was living with Mary and their extended family. They had both been married before and each had children from these previous unions.
Ball Ezra     M Head 34 Coal miner         Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Mary M Wife 33 Coal miner's wife Derbyshire, S Normanton
Hunt James S Son 16 Miner Derbyshire, Belper
Hunt John S Son 12 Derbyshire, Belper
Ball Sarah S Dau 12 Derbyshire, Belper
Ball William S Son 9 Derbyshire, Belper
Hunt Samuel S Son 8 Derbyshire, Belper
Ball Reuben S Son 7 Derbyshire, Belper

Mansfield Worsop HO107 2123 283 21 
 
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RG: Ball, Ezra (1861) and family
RG: Ball, Ezra (1861) and family
Ten years on, Ezra and Mary have moved north to Clay Cross, a small town near Chesterfield, and have children of their own. Samuel (Mary's youngest son from her previous marriage) is listed as Ball. Also noted is coal miner and lodger, William Marriott. Although not yet established, it is likely that he is related to Mary - and probably her brother. On this occasion, all but two births are credited to South Normanton.
Ball Ezra       M Head 41  Coal miner                   Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Mary M Wife 41 Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Sarah S Dau 23 Hose seamer Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball William S Son 18 Coal miner Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Reuben S Son 16 Coal miner Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Mary A S Dau 9 Scholar Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Henry S Son 6 Scholar Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Ezra S Son 3 Derbyshire, Clay Cross
Ball Johnathan S Son 11mo Derbyshire, Clay Cross

Chesterfield Ashover RG9 2525 111 48 
 
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RG: Ball, Ezra (1871) and family
RG: Ball, Ezra (1871) and family
The family are still living at Tunnel Row. Note the youngest child, Samuel, described here at "son". He is correctly identified as "grandson" on the 1881 return although his parentage has not yet been established.
Ball Ezra       M Head 53  Coal Miner  Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Mary M Wife 53 Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Reuben S Son 26 Coal Miner Derbsyhire, S Normanton
Ball Henry S Son 16 Coal Miner Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Ezra S Son 14 Coal Miner Derbyshire, S Normanton
Ball Jonathan S Son 12 Coal Miner Derbyshire, Clay Cross
Ball Samuel S Son 3 Derbyshire, Clay Cross

Chesterfield Ashover RG10 3606 13 19 
 
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RG: Ball, Ezra (1881) and family
RG: Ball, Ezra (1881) and family
The family have moved a short distance to Bailey's Square in the town. Note grandson Samuel and grand daughter Mary Ann Hunt, the daughter of one of Mary's sons from her previous marriage.
Ball Ezra      M Head  65  Labourer              Derby S Normanton
Ball Mary M Wife 63 Derby S Normanton
Ball Jonathan S Son 21 Coal Miner Derby Clay Cross
Ball Samuel S GSon 13 Labourer Derby Clay Cross
Hunt Mary Ann S GDau 23 Domestic Servant Derby Clay Cross
Chesterfield Ashover RG11 3427 130 5
 
 
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RG: Ball, Samuel (1881) and family
RG: Ball, Samuel (1881) and family
The family of William Ball (Mary Naylor's husband) resident in Lees Lane, South Normanton
They lived next door to the Primitive Methodist Chapel.
Ball Samuel  M Head 39 Coal Miner    S Normanton
Ball Sarah M Wife 37 S Normanton
Ball William S Son 18 Pupil Teacher S Normanton
Ball Abraham S Son 15 Coal Miner S Normanton
Ball Sarah A S Dau 13 S Normanton
Ball Hiram S Son 11 Scholar S Normanton
Ball Samuel S Son 6 Scholar S Normanton
Ball Edward S Son 1mo S Normanton

Ref: England RG11/3313 Mansfield Blackwell 120 27 
 
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RG: Beadsworth, Alice Rebecca (1881) and family
RG: Beadsworth, Alice Rebecca (1881) and family
Alice Rebecca Beadsworth lived in Corby Road with her son and daughter in 1881. This was prior to her marriage to Charles Crane.
Beesworth Alice   S Head 25 Tailoress Northampton, Cottingham
Beesworth Rebecca S Dau 7 Scholar Northampton, Cottingham
Beesworth Ernest S Son 1 Northampton, Cottingham
English Census RG11/1579 Kettering Cottingham 34 29  
 
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RG: Claypole, Frederick (1851) and family
RG: Claypole, Frederick (1851) and family
Living next door to his parents
Claypole Frederick Head M 22 Agricultural Labourer Great Easton
Claypole Sarah Wife M 29 Great Easton
Claypole Henry Son S 5 Great Easton
Claypole Albert Son S 1mo Great Easton

Ref: England Census HO107 2093 Uppingham 276 26 
 
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RG: Claypole, Henry (1841) and family
RG: Claypole, Henry (1841) and family
The family are living in the Great Bowden area of Market Harborough
Claypole Henry     40 Labourer     Born this county
Claypole Hannah 40 Born this county
Claypole Elizabeth 20 Stay maker Born this county
Claypole Thomas 15 Brush maker Born this county
Claypole Henry 15 Coal dealer Born this county
Claypole Joseph 15 Carpet maker Born this county
Claypole Job 15 Carpet maker Born this county
Claypole Frederick 10 Born this county
Claypole Sarah 10 Born this county
Claypole Hannah 7 Born this county
Claypole Ebenezer 2 Born this county
Claypole Ann 1mo Born this county

Ref: England Census HO107 589 Market Harborough Bowden Magna 1 17 28
 
 
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RG: Claypole, Henry (1851) and family
RG: Claypole, Henry (1851) and family
Henry and Hannah Claypole moved back to Great Easton. Note: grandson Ebenezer with surname Redhead. Their son, Frederick and family live next door on one side. Living on the other side is Thomas Claypole and family.
Claypole Henry     Head  M 54 Pauper                Great Easton
Claypole Hannah Wife M 54 Pauper Medbourne
Claypole Job Son S 23 Agricultural Labourer Great Easton
Claypole Sarah Dau S 20 Lace Runner Great Easton
Claypole Hannah Dau S 17 Lace Runner Great Easton
Claypole Anne Dau S 10 Harborough
Ebenezer Redhead Gson S 12 Scholar Harborough

Ref: England Census HO107 2093 Uppingham 276 26 
 
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RG: Claypole, John (1851) and Family
RG: Claypole, John (1851) and Family
This is the first reference to Sarah (Anne) Claypole, the seven year old daughter of John and Ann living in Cottingham.
Claypole John   M Head 34 Carter  Leicester, Great Easton
Claypole Ann M Wife 34 Northampton, Benefield
Claypole Thomas S Son 9 Scholar Northampton, Cottingham
Claypole Sarah S Dau 7 Northampton, Cottingham
Claypole Mary S Dau 4 Northampton, Cottingham
English Census HO107/1744 Kettering 575 32 
 
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RG: Claypole, John (1871) and family
RG: Claypole, John (1871) and family
The Claypole family were living in Barrack Yard, part of Blind Lane in 1871. They were also bringing up their granddaughter Elizabeth Alice (daughter of Sarah Ann Claypole)
Claypole John      M Head 57 Blacksmith            Great Easton, Leicestershire
Claypole Ann M Wife 58 Oundle, Northamptonshire
Claypole Mary S Dau 26 Servant (at home ill) Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Claypole John S Son 20 Labourer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Claypole William S Son 10 Bird Scarer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Claypole Elizabeth S GDau 4 Scholar Cottingham, Northamptonshire
English Census RG10/1506 Kettering Corby 36 27 
 
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RG: Claypole, John (1881) and family
RG: Claypole, John (1881) and family
John and Ann Claypole were living at Corby Road with their unmarried daughter, Mary, and youngest son, William. Granddaughter Elizabeth Alice (14) has moved away and was been employed as a domestic servant by Amelia Walton, widow, The Farm House, Bringhurst, Leicestershire.
Claypole John    M Head 64 Blacksmith            Leicestershire, Great Easton
Claypole Ann M Wife 65 Northampton, Benefield
Claypole Mary S Dau 34 Dressmaker Northampton, Cottingham
Claypole William S Son 21 Agricultural labourer Northampton, Cottingham
English Census RG11/1579 Kettering Cottingham 34 29 
 
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RG: Claypole, Sarah Ann (1871) and family
RG: Claypole, Sarah Ann (1871) and family
This is the year before she married John Craxford. She is living in Blind Lane with her son, Thomas, who was murdered in 1875.
Claypole Sarah Ann S Head 27 Lace Runner Cottingham, Northampton
Claypole Thomas S Son 1 Cottingham, Northampton
It is of note that her parents, John and Ann Claypole, lived with her daughter Elizabeth Alice three doors away in one direction while her next door neighbours in the other direction were the family of Amos and Sophia Crane. Also note the next door property is marked 'U' (uninhabited) on the census return
English Census RG10/1506 Kettering Corby 36 27 
 
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RG: Claypole, Thomas (1851) and family
RG: Claypole, Thomas (1851) and family
The family is living in Great Easton. Presumed neighbours are the family of his uncle Henry
Claypole Thomas   Head M 29 Agricultural Labourer Great Easton
Claypole Frances Wife M 30 Medbourne
Claypole Rose Ann Dau S 2 Great Easton

Ref: England Census HO107 2093 Uppingham 276 26 
 
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RG: Cook, Joseph (1861) and family
RG: Cook, Joseph (1861) and family
The family were resident in Church Street, Grandborough, Buckinghamshire
Cook Joseph  M Head 33 Farm Labourer Grandborough, Bucks
Cook Mary A M Wife 31 Lacemaker Grandborough, Bucks
Cook Roseann S Dau 8 Scholar Grandborough, Bucks
Cook Walter S Son 7 Scholar Grandborough, Bucks
Cook George S Son 4 Scholar Grandborough, Bucks
Cook Levi S Son 1 Grandborough, Bucks

Ref: England Census RG9/870 Winslow 102 7 
 
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RG: Cook, Walter (1871)
RG: Cook, Walter (1871)
Walter was working as an agricultural labourer on a farm near Watford, Hertfordshire
Paris Andrew   Head M 32 Agricultural Labourer Basingstoke, Hampshire
Paris Emma Wife M 32 Backington
Webb William StSn S 11 Scholar Watford, Hertfordshire
Webb James StSn S 9 Scholar Watford, Hertfordshire
Paris Mary A Dau S 7mo Watford, Hertfordshire
Jordan Charles Brdr S 20 Cowman Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
Cook Walter Brdr S 17 Cowman Grandborough, Buckinghamshire

Ref: England Census RG10/1381 Watford 150 9 
 
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RG: Cook, Walter (1881) and family
RG: Cook, Walter (1881) and family
Cook Walter       Head M 27 Waggoner  Grandborough, Buckinghamshire
Cook Elizabeth Wife M 31 Lubenham, Leicestershire
Cook Jesse Haddon Dau S 4 Leicester
Cook Mary Ann Dau S 7mo Leicester

Ref: England Census RG11/3179 Leicester West 30 21 
 
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RG: Cook, Walter (1891) and family
RG: Cook, Walter (1891) and family
Jewry Wall Street was in the area of Leicester around the Great Central Railway Station.
Cook Walter        Head M 37 Grocer's Assistant Granboro, Buckinghamshire
Cook Elizabeth Wife M 41 Lubenham, Leicestershire
Cook Jessie Haddon Dau S 14 Shoe Fitter Leicester
Cook Mary Ann Dau S 10 Scholar Leicester
Cook George Son S 8 Leicester
Cook Annie Dau S 3 Leicester
Cook Elizabeth Dau S 1 Leicester

Ref: England Census RG12/2542 Leicester West 61 16 
 
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RG: Cook, Walter (1901) and family
RG: Cook, Walter (1901) and family
Walter and his family were living at 35 Tudor Road, Leicester. Elijah Benson subsequently married daughter Jessie. Nellie Youle was taken in by the family and ultimately adopted.
Cook   Walter    M Head 47 Foreman Stableman Grandborough Bucks
Cook Elizabeth M Wife 51 Lubenham, Leics
Cook Jessie H S Dau 24 Fitter Boot&Shoe Leicester
Cook Mary A S Dau 20 Tailoress Leicester
Cook George S Son 18 Warehouseman Leicester
Cook Ada A S Dau 13 Packer Boot&Shoe Leicester
Cook Elizabeth S Dau 12 Schoolgirl Leicester
Youle Nellie S Brdr 6 Schoolgirl Leicester
Benson Elijah S Brdr 25 Insurance Agent Kidsgrove, Staffs

Ref: England Census RG13/3009 Leicester South 20 4 
 
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RG: Crane, Amos (1851) and family
RG: Crane, Amos (1851) and family
Amos and Sophia are living with their two youngest sons. Older sons are living with her mother.
Crane Amos    Head M 28  Agricultural Labourer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Sophia Wife S 25 Housework Harringworth, Northamptonshire
Crane Charles Son S 2 Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane James Son S 8mo Cottingham, Northamptonshire

Ref: England Census. HO107 Kettering 1744 571 25 
 
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RG: Crane, Amos (1871) and family
RG: Crane, Amos (1871) and family
The family of Amos and Sophia Crane were next door neighbours to Sarah Ann Claypole prior to her marriage to John Craxford. Their son Charles married Alice Beadsworth while John and Sarah's daughter Louisa married Arthur Beadsworth. Their grandson, Leonard Crane, married Arthur and Louisa's daughter, Eva.
Crane Amos      M Head 49 Pauper                Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Sophia M Wife 46 Harringworth, Northamptonshire
Crane Charles S Son 22 Agricultural labourer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane James S Son 20 Agricultural labourer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane John S Son 16 Agricultural labourer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Harriett S Dau 13 Assisting at home Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Betsy Ann S Dau 11 Scholar Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Alfred S Son 7 Bird scaring Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Harry S Son 6 Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Louisa S Dau 3 Cottingham, Northamptonshire
English Census RG10/1506 Kettering Corby 36 26 
 
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RG: Crane, Henry (1851) and family
RG: Crane, Henry (1851) and family
Henry Crane was living at George Street, Cottingham with Mary Sculthorpe (his lodger) and daughter. They married later that year.
Crane Henry     S Head 21  Agricultural labourer Middleton, Northamptonshire
Sculthorpe Mary S Ldgr 22 Lace maker Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Sculthorpe Emma S Dau 8mo Cottingham, Northamptonshire
English Census HO107/1746 Kettering Cottingham 571  
 
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RG: Crane, Mary (1851) and family
RG: Crane, Mary (1851) and family
Mary is living in George Street with her three children. Next door but one neighbour is her brother Amos
Crane Mary    Head S 35   Lace maker Middleton, Northamptonshire
Crane Thomas Son S 17 Agricultural Labourer Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Louisa Dau S 4 Scholar Cottingham, Northamptonshire
Crane Charles Son S 9mo Cottingham, Northamptonshire

Ref: England Census. HO107 Kettering 1744 571 25 
 
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RG: Crane, Mary (1881) and family
RG: Crane, Mary (1881) and family
Mary Crane was living with five of her children in Church Street, Cottingham at the time of the 1881 census. Husband Henry had been committed to Broadmoor for the murder of Sarah Ann Claypole's son, Thomas Christopher, in 1875.
Sons Henry (19) and James (17) were lodging at 61 West Street, Northampton, the home of Thomas and Emily Tilley
Crane Mary      M Head 55                       Northampton, Cottingham
Crane Charles S Son 35 Agricultural Labourer Northampton, Cottingham
Crane William S Son 18 Agricultural Labourer Northampton, Cottingham
Crane Lewis S Son 16 Agricultural Labourer Northampton, Cottingham
Crane Charlotte S Dau 12 Northampton, Cottingham
Crane Walter S Son 9 Northampton, Cottingham
English Census RG11/1579 Kettering Corby 29 20  
 
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RG: Craxford, Harriett (1851) and family
RG: Craxford, Harriett (1851) and family
Before moving to Folkestone, in Kent, the family lived in Lambeth, London. There is no record of husband, John, in the census return.
Craxford Harriett  W Head 54 Wife to timber merchant Wandsworth, Surrey
Craxford Frederick S Son 33 Lambeth, Surrey
Craxford Anne S Dau 23 Lambeth, Surrey
Craxford Jane S Dau 21 Lambeth, Surrey
Craxford John S Son 20 St Pancras, Middx
Mansall Louisa S Svnt 15 Domestic Lambeth, Surrey
England Census HO107/1569 Lambeth Waterloo Road First 18 28 
 
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RG: Craxford, Harriett (1861) and family
RG: Craxford, Harriett (1861) and family
After the death of her husband, John, Harriett continued to live at Belle Vue Cottage, Folkestone. Harriet and Mary Ann were the daughters of her daughter, Emma , and husband James Copeland Jones.
Craxford Harriett  W Head 62 Independent      Wandsworth, London
Craxford Frederick S Son 41 Timber Merchant St Pancras, Middx
Craxford John S Son 27 Independent Lambeth, Surrey
Jones Harriett S GDau 12 Scholar Bromley Middx
Jones Mary Ann S GDau 6 Scholar Lambeth, Surrey
Salace Eliza S Serv 18 Domestic Servant Margate, Kent
England Census: RG9/551 Elham Folkestone 146 44 
 
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RG: Craxford, James (1871) and family
RG: Craxford, James (1871) and family
James Craxford lived with his second wife Sarah Shaw in Middleton,Northamptonshire.
Craxford James M Head 64 Agricultural Labourer Northampton, Middleton
Craxford Sarah M Wife 49 Northampton, Raunds

English Census RG10/1506 Northampton Middleton 21 84 
 
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RG: Craxford, James (1881) and family
RG: Craxford, James (1881) and family
1881. The family were living in Sussex Street. The family had been associated with No.8. for many years and have taken over No.7. as well. The youngest two children (Catherine and Robert) appear on the next page of the census.
Craxford James       M Head 35 Greengrocer Surrey, Lambeth
Craxford Frances A M Wife 32 Norfolk, Drayton
Craxford Elizabeth M S Dau 16 Middx, Clerkenwell
Craxford Frederick S Son 11 Scholar Middx, Clerkenwell
Craxford James S Son 10 Scholar Middx, Clerkenwell
Craxford Alice S Dau 8 Scholar Middx, Clerkenwell
Craxford Henry S Son 4 Middx, Clerkenwell
Craxford Catherine S Dau 2 Middx, Clerkenwell
Craxford Robert S Son 9mo Middx, Clerkenwell

Ref: England. RG11/353 Holborn Pentonville 43 18 
 
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RG: Craxford, James (1891)
RG: Craxford, James (1891)
Working as a servant for the Keeley family, farmers of Barrowash, Spondon

Ref: England Census RG12/2726 Shardlow Spondon 128 34  
 
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RG: Craxford, James (1901)
RG: Craxford, James (1901)
Employed as a railway worker he was lodging in Leicester with John and Lizzie Scott

Ref: England Census RG13/2999 Leicester North East 148 12 
 

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