1891/04/05 UK Census

References

    1. Mary Williams
    2. Mary Williams 19 general servant, aunt Anne Davies.
    1. Helena Davies Tangye
    2. 1 March 1877? CMT says 1877.
    1. William Reid
    2. Mary Strong
    3. Residence, Family of William Reid and Mary Strong
    1. Elizabeth Massey
    2. 42 in 1891 census.
    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. Jonah Davies and George Massey were both training at Bangor in 1891, and Jonah later married George's sister Isabella.
    2. George Massey
    1. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    2. Flour mill engineer
    1. Nancy/Nancey (Massey)
    2. Residence, Family of David Massey and Nancy/Nancey (Massey)
    3. David Massey
    1. Alexander Reid
    2. Residence, Family of Alexander Reid and Mary Cecilia Marples
    3. Mary Cecilia Marples
    1. William Henry Tangye
    2. Residence, Family of William Henry Tangye and Emily Ann Treloar Davies
    3. Emily Ann Treloar Davies
    1. Estyn Douglas ApSimon
    2. Is the exact date family Bible? Reg. Ormskirt Q4!! Birkdale is 1901 census.
    1. Helena Davies Tangye
    2. Residence, Helena Davies Tangye
    1. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    2. Residence, Family of Thomas Jones/ApSimon and Anna Elizabeth Thompson
    3. Anna Elizabeth Thompson
    1. Birth, Janet Reid
    2. Janet Reid
    1. 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911: Aberdare 1871/2. JJ&ETREE says 1871/2, but father is dead by 1871.
    2. Mary Williams
    1. James Arthur Davis Tangye
    2. CMT says 1882.
    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. Elizabeth Jones
    2. Elizabeth Jones
    3. Elizabeth 89, "living on own means", daughter Elizabeth Williams, adopted daughter (?) Edith Jones
    1. Very small compared to Willow Hall. 1893 Liverpool Mercury ad for an iron chapel is marvellous.
    2. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    3. Anna Elizabeth Thompson
    1. 3rd quarter in Births, Redruth. 1891 says 1875-6 Camborne. Births gives Fanny Treloar D. Tangye, 1891 Fanny Tangye.
    2. Fanny Treloar/Trelour Davies Tangye
    1. 1891 census says 1851-2, tbennett54 says 4th quarter 1845, OPC 1874 marriage 22.
    2. Emily Ann Treloar Davies
    1. Calico Printers Warehouseman.
    2. Albert Matthews
    1. Living with his parents.
    2. Estyn Douglas ApSimon
    1. 1891: Anne Davis, 47, widow, lodging house keeper. JONESFAM: Later, probably in 1888, Anne moved across Durdham Down to keep a lodging house in Upper Belgrave Road, St John's parish, Clifton, overlooking the Downs; Wright's Bristol and Suburban Street Directory for 1889 lists Mrs John Davies, lodging house, at no. 27. In 1891 her lodgers included a Mrs Emma Robinson, with her son Edward, 21, and daughters Edith, 16, and Isabella, 14.
    2. Anne/Ann Jones
    1. Jonah Davies and George Massey were both training at Bangor in 1891, and Jonah later married George's sister Isabella.
    2. Jonah Rees Davies
    1. William Henry Tangye
    2. Warehouseman.
    1. Q4. Record says Redruth, of which Camborne is district for purposes of registration.
    2. William Henry Tangye
    1. Marylebone in 1901 census.
    2. Laura Eliza Chard
    1. Birth, Alexander Reid
    2. Alexander Reid
    1. Elizabeth Massey
    2. Cook Domestic Servant.
    1. Nancy/Nancey (Massey)
    2. Elizabeth Massey
    3. Albert Matthews
    4. Nancy Massey, head, 71, is living with Elizabeth Warburton married (not widowed) daughter 42, Albert Matthews grandson 19 and Caleb Whittaker lodger.
    1. David Jones/Ap Simon/ApSimon
    2. Surely the same one. Apprentice to chemist James A Seys, living with his family, born N Wales, aged 18.