1901/03/31 UK Census

References

    1. Margaret Ellen Jones
    2. Cook domestic.
    1. Soap packer.
    2. Elizabeth Caroline Chard
    1. Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon
    2. APPRENTICE TO (OR MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMAN) i.e. Thomas.
    1. Antoinette/Anna Catherina/Anna Christine/Anne Catherine/Ann Catherine Lejeune
    2. Married to WHT1, not WHT2. 1901 suggests 1867-8, 1911 1865-6. Deaths suggests 1866/7. May not have been born in Antwerp but simply resident there before coming to UK.
    1. 1879 is favoured: brother Edgar apparently born 1880.
    2. Sydney F. Cowtan
    1. Exact date is from Jim Rowe. A William James Chard is also born in Pancras on 17 Oct 1856.
    2. William Henry Chard
    1. George Rhys Davies
    2. Births says Q1 in registration district Highworth. Censuses say Swindon.
    1. Living with parents.
    2. Janet Reid
    1. Commission agent.
    2. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    1. Margaret Ellen Jones
    2. Parish register for Margaret's wedding in 1901: Albert is widower, father's name John Matthews, spouse Margaret Ellen Jones single, father's name Robert Jones.
    1. Emmeline G. Cowtan
    2. Birth, Emmeline G. Cowtan
    1. Birth, Alexander Reid
    2. Alexander Reid
    1. Birth, Hannah (Vivash)
    2. Hannah (Vivash)
    1. Emma Treadwell
    2. Death registered Q1. Daughter Daisy born 1891-2. Not in 1901 census.
    1. Francis Abraham Cowtan
    2. Piano tuner.
    1. Jonah Rees Davies
    2. JONAHFAM: "registered as 27 Nov!" 1939 gives exact date, but estimate? 1881 is 1870-1.
    1. Thomas Trevor ApSimon
    2. Joseph Henry ApSimon
    3. Thomas, Annie, Joe, TTA, ATA, EDA, Harriet (sister in law), Mary Anne Jones 24 Rhos Denbigh servant
    4. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    5. Estyn Douglas ApSimon
    6. Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon
    7. Harriet Agnes Thompson
    8. Anna Elizabeth Thompson
    1. Estyn Douglas ApSimon
    2. Is the exact date family Bible? Reg. Ormskirt Q4!! Birkdale is 1901 census.
    1. William Henry Tangye
    2. Births says 3rd quarter 1878 Redruth (there's a Caroline Tangye born then-ish/there-ish too - possible twin). Afterwards it's always Camborne. 1911 census says 30 (1880-1), 1901 says 22 (1878-9), 1891 12 (1878-9). Pretend he was younger for reasons of business/love? Death register consistent with birth. 1939 register says 28 May 1876.
    1. Isabella Massey
    2. Birth, Isabella Massey
    1. One of five boarders living with Emily Wood, widow, and her teenage daughters and son.
    2. William Henry Tangye
    1. Frederick Vivash
    2. Birth, Frederick Vivash
    1. Mary Cecilia Marples
    2. Birth, Mary Cecilia Marples
    1. 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911: Aberdare 1871/2. JJ&ETREE says 1871/2, but father is dead by 1871.
    2. Mary Williams
    1. Elizabeth Caroline Chard
    2. Birth, Elizabeth Caroline Chard
    1. In the 1901 census Margaret is visiting Albert. Parish register: Albert is widower, father's name John Matthews, spouse Margaret Ellen Jones single, father's name Robert Jones.
    2. Albert Matthews
    3. Margaret Ellen Jones
    1. 1901 census says 1880-1, 1880 from some family tree, Jim gives exact date.
    2. Edgar Gladstone Cowtan
    1. John Davies
    2. Residence, John Davies
    1. Harriet Agnes Thompson
    2. LIVING ON OWN MEANS
    1. Joseph Henry ApSimon
    2. CASHIER TO (OR MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMAN) i.e. presumably employed by Thomas.
    1. WHT not on census, presumably travelling: Antoinette is listed as Wife rather than Head.
    2. Fanny Treloar/Trelour Davies Tangye
    3. James Arthur Davis Tangye
    4. William Henry Tangye
    5. Antoinette/Anna Catherina/Anna Christine/Anne Catherine/Ann Catherine Lejeune
    6. Helena Davies Tangye
    1. William Thomas Simon/ApSimon
    2. Registered Q2 1864 as William Thomas Simon, though Deaths suggests 1862-3 and there is a William Simon registered in 1863. ApSimon comes in the 1901 and 1911 censuses. There was idle speculation that he was a son of Simon Jones Bala by Jane Rowlands while Grace was still alive, but no even vaguely circumstantial evidence.
    1. Birth, Frederick Vivash
    2. Frederick Vivash
    1. Marylebone in 1901 census.
    2. Laura Eliza Chard
    1. 1901: 18A, i.e. Studley House. AD 56, widow, head, boarding house keeper. Also probate on AD's estate and AD's tombstone. JONESFAM: probably in 1894, she moved to a nearby house, then newly built in the gap between the two adjoining terraces of houses, since the 1895 directory has an unnumbered entry: -- Miss Anne Davies, Studley House, interpolated between nos. 19 and 18, whereas the 1896 directory has: 18a Mrs Anne Davies, Studley House.
    2. Anne/Ann Jones
    1. Frederick Vivash 49 Tottenham Foreman of asphalte works, Hannah Vivash 50 Rye, David Vivash 18 Tottenham Asphalte labourer, Hannah Vivash 17 Tottenham, Frederick Vivash 14 Tottenham, Ethel Vivash 9 Tottenham.
    2. Ethel Vivash
    3. Hannah (Vivash)
    4. Hannah Vivash
    5. Frederick Vivash
    6. David James Vivash
    7. Frederick Vivash
    1. Wood carver.
    2. William Henry Chard
    1. Reginald H. Cowtan
    2. Birth, Reginald H. Cowtan
    1. William Thomas Simon/ApSimon
    2. Police constable.
    1. Elizabeth Jones
    2. Mary Williams
    3. Elizabeth Williams born 1837/8 Llan-Fair-ar-y-Bryn, living with head of house Anne Davies, sister, and daughter Mary Williams 29 housemaid (domestic) (she was general servant in 1891, now another one aged 15) (relationship to Anne Davies is of servant (rather than niece), but same person who is identified as Elizabeth Williams' daughter in 1911.). JONESFAM: Elizabeth probably came to live with Anne Davies in 1896, after their mother died.
    1. Birth, Elizabeth Jones
    2. Elizabeth Jones
    1. David James Vivash
    2. Asphalte labourer.
    1. Alexander Reid
    2. Steam ship owner. What kind of steamship? Birkenhead docks were full of them and Reids. Given that his Scottish father also dealt in ships, perhaps they're part of the Glaswegian maritime dynasty which built, owned, traded and insured ships - see e.g. John Reid & Co, did business with Liverpool and went bust in 1891.
    1. Henry Robert Chard
    2. Elizabeth Maslen
    3. Residence, Elizabeth Caroline Chard
    4. Elizabeth Caroline Chard
    5. William Francis Chard
    6. Laura Eliza Chard
    7. William Henry Chard
    1. Employed by tobacconist.
    2. William Henry Tangye
    1. Stockkeeper (calico printer)
    2. Albert Matthews
    1. Horace Cowtan
    2. Birth, Horace Cowtan
    1. Birth, Ethel Vivash
    2. Ethel Vivash
    1. JONESFAM: We were surprised to find also there, Anne's grandson, George Rhys Davies (Arthur's uncle), age 4, "Schoolboy". With the birth of his sister Nancy, Arthur's mother, expected only 4 months later, George had (presumably?) been sent to stay with grandma, leaving his mother Isabella Davies with only his 3 year-old brother John to look after.
    2. George Rhys Davies
    1. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    2. Thomas is born as Jones and listed as such in the 1851 census. By 1861, however, he is Apsimon.
    1. Birth, Janet Reid
    2. Janet Reid
    1. John Davies
    2. Reg Q3 Highworth. 1901 census says he's 2.
    1. 1901/1911 give 1837/8. 1851 gives 1836/7.
    2. Elizabeth Jones
    1. Daisy M. Cowtan
    2. Birth, Daisy M. Cowtan
    1. Residence, Family of Jonah Rees Davies and Isabella Massey
    2. Isabella Massey
    3. Jonah Rees Davies
    1. Notting Hill in 1901 census.
    2. Violet May Chard
    1. James Arthur Davis Tangye
    2. Auctioneer's clerk.
    1. Thomas Trevor ApSimon
    2. TRAVELLER TO (OR MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMAN), i.e. working for his father.
    1. Frederick Vivash
    2. Foreman of asphalte works.
    1. Albert Matthews
    2. 1881: 9, born in Altrincham. Births: Albert Mathews born Q4 Altrincham. Cheshire Parish Registers: Albert Mathews, parents John & Mary Matthews, baptised 21 Jan 1872 St George's. 1901: born 1871-2 St George's parish, Altrincham.
    1. Birth, Hannah Vivash
    2. Hannah Vivash
    1. Haven't seen entry, assuming no. 11.
    2. Daisy M. Cowtan
    3. Francis Abraham Cowtan
    4. Sydney F. Cowtan
    5. Emmeline G. Cowtan
    6. Horace Cowtan
    7. Reginald H. Cowtan
    8. Edgar Gladstone Cowtan
    1. Laura Eliza Chard
    2. Perfume finisher.
    1. Alexander Reid
    2. Mary Cecilia Marples
    3. Residence, Family of Alexander Reid and Mary Cecilia Marples
    1. WHT is married to Antoinette from Antwerp in 1893-4 according to 1911 census. tbennett54 says 4th quarter 1893.
    2. Emily Ann Treloar Davies