Nether Padley (Derbyshire) 1891 Census

Transcription from film/fiche of original Census returns held by The National Archives.
Registrar's Sub-District of Tideswell
Enumeration District, No. 7 (part of)
Nether Padley in the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Peter Hope (part of)

Description of Boundaries and Contents of Enumeration District.
“the Whole of the Civil Parish of Nether Padley, Comprising, Nether Padley Village, Tadgness, and the Grouse Inn, Padley Common the whole in the Parliamentary Division of West Derbyshire.”
The Enumerator was Mr. William Kenyon.

Addresses contain Folio (‘F’), Page (‘P’) and Census Schedule (‘S’) Numbering - for example ‘F18/P1/S1’ - Folio 18, Page 1, Schedule 1. The Folio is the number hand-stamped at the top right of each odd-numbered page and the Schedule is the household sequence adopted for the Census return. This is not necessarily a house number, nor even an indication that particular households are next to each other, but merely the order the Enumerator recorded the households.

In 1891 the Census form included three columns to be marked if the person was "Employer", "Employee", or "Neither". This transcription (and FreeCEN) encapsulate this as a single letter here enclosed in SQUARE [] BRACKETS, which when present will follow the Occupation field and indicate whether the person was an Employer (‘R’), Employee (‘E’) or "Neither Employer nor Employed" (‘N’).

F66/P3/S11 : Grouse Inn

  • WHITE : Thomas : Head : M : 57 : Licensed Victualler & Farmer : [R] : DBY : Padley
  • WHITE : Maria : Wife : M : 54 : [Pub] : DBY : Froggatt
  • WHITE : Samuel : Son : M : 32 : Farmers Assistant : [E] : DBY : Padley
  • WHITE : Sarah : Daur in Law : M : 33 : DBY : Hathersage
  • WHITE : Millicent : Grandaur : 10 : Scholar : DBY : Hathersage
  • WHITE : Maria : Grandaur : 8 : Scholar : DBY : Padley
  • WHITE : Sam : Granson : 4 : DBY : Padley
  • WHITE : Ellen E : Grandaur : 2 : DBY : Padley
  • HODGKINSON : George : Servant : S : 23 : Farm Labourer : [E] : DBY : Hathersage
  • HIGGINBOTHAM : Ellen : Servant : S : 18 : Servant Domestic : DBY : Hathersage

F66/P3/S12 : Padley Lane

  • EVANS : David : Head : M : 44 : Laborer in Tunnell [Plate] : [E] : MER : Bala
  • EVANS : Agnes : Wife : M : 43 : YKS : Sedberg : [1]
  • EVANS : Margaret A : Daur : S : 14 : Scholar : DBY : Old Whittington : [2]
  • EVANS : Susannah : Daur : 9 : Scholar : DBY : Old Whittington
  • EVANS : Eleana : Daur : 5 : Scholar : NBL : Millfield : [3]
  • GREEN : Tom : Boarder : S : 37 : [Plate] Laborer in Tunnell : [E] : LEI : - : [4]
  • TANSLEY : Edward : Boarder : S : 26 : [Plate] Laborer in Tunnell : [E] : NTH : Thornly : [5]
  • SMITH : John : Boarder : S : 32 : [Plate] Laborer in Tunnell : [E] : NTH : Rushden
  • DARRELL : George : Boarder : S : 22 : [Plate] Laborer in Tunnell : [E] : GLS : Strowd
  • LORD : Charles : Boarder : S : 41 : [Plate] Laborer in Tunnell : [E] : NTH : Guilsborough

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Presumably Sedbergh.
[2] Age||Status annotated '10'.
[3] Presumably Milfield.
[4] 'Where Born' entered just as 'Leicester'.
[5] Seems definitely Thornly not Thornby.

F66/P3/S13 : Padley Lane

  • GRANT : William : Head : M : 49 : Stone Mason : [E] : SCT : -
  • GRANT : May : Wife : M : 32 : CMN : - : [1]
  • GRANT : Elizabeth E : Daur : 3 : YKS : Ilkley
  • GRANT : Ruby : Daur : 1 : YKS : Ilkley
  • YOUNG : Harvey : Boarder : S : 21 : Stone Mason : [E] : SRY : Battersea
  • YOUNG : Abel : Boarder : S : 23 : [Plate] Tunnell Miner : [E] : LND : Clerkwell

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Says 'Wales, Carmaronshire'.

F66/P3/S14 : Padley Lane

  • ROWARTH : Nancy : Head : Widow : 68 : Living on Her Own Means : DBY : Glossop
  • MELLAND : Annie : Servant : 12 : General Servant Domestic : DBY : Bamford

F66/P3/S[-]

  • "Family away from Home".

F66/P4/S15 : Padley Farm

  • CROSSLAND : Henry R : Head : M : 41 : Farmer : [R] : DBY : Outseats
  • CROSSLAND : Mary Alice : Wife : M : 36 : DBY : Thornhill
  • CROSSLAND : Samuel R : Son : 13 : Scholar : DBY : Bamford
  • CROSSLAND : Hannah M : Daur : 11 : Scholar : DBY : Bamford
  • CROSSLAND : Mary Alice : Daur : 4 : Scholar : DBY : Nether Padley
  • MOSLEY : Mary : Servant : S : 18 : General Servant Domestic : DBY : Froggatt
  • LEASTON : Joseph : Servant : S : 23 : Farm Servant : [E] : DBY : Alton : [1]
  • HICKINSON : Thomas : Servant : S : 21 : Farm Servant : [E] : DBY : Thornhill

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Not sure about 'Alton' - s/b 'Aston'?

F66/P4/S16 : Toll Bar House

  • WHITE : Thomas : Head : Widr : 50 : Blacksmith : [N] : DBY : Eyam
  • WHITE : Robert W : Son : S : 24 : Tunnell Labourer [Plate] : [E] : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • WHITE : Walter J : Son : S : 17 : Tunnell Labourer [Plate] : [E] : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • WHITE : Thomas E : Son : 14 : Errand Lad [Post] : [E] : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • WHITE : Mary A : Daur : 12 : Scholar : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • WHITE : Charles H : Daur : 7 : Scholar : DBY : Grindleford Bridge : [1]

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Entered as 'Daur' but assume Son! Age was in the 'Male' Column.

End of The Civil Parish of Nether Padley

Stoke, Nether Padley, Eyam Woodlands (Derbyshire) 1891 Census

Transcription by Rosemary Lockie © 2002

TABLE I. - SUMMARY OF CIVIL PARISHES
(To be filled in by the ENUMERATOR.)
Pages of
Enumeration
Book
CIVIL PARISH or PARISHES.
Add after the name of each Civil Parish, the word "Entire" of "Part of" as the case may be.
Number of Schedules HOUSES Tenements of less than Five Rooms PERSONS
In-
habited
Unin-
habited
Build-
ing
Males Females TOTAL
1 to 2    Stoke "Entire" 10 10     2 28 18 46
3 to 4    Nether Padley "Entire" 6 7     1 22 20 42
5 to 14    Eyam Woodlands "Entire" 61 62 1   31 136 130 266
.......                  
....... Total of Enumeration Book ... 77 79 1   34 186 168 354

Note: The reason why the number of Inhabited Houses exceeds the number of Schedules is because of a Family in each of Nether Padley and Eyam Woodlands recorded as being away from home.

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