Stoke (Derbyshire) 1901 Census

Transcription from film/fiche of original Census returns held by The National Archives.
Reference RG13/3268
Registrar's Sub-District of Tideswell
Enumeration District, No. 7
Ecclesiastical Parish of Hope, St Peter (part of)

Description of Enumeration District.
“Civil Parish Stoke (entire)
Stoke Hall - Stoke Farm - Stoke Toll Bar House - Flora Cottages - Knoughley (sic) Farm and Goatscliff”

The Enumerator was George Ezra Warhurst.

These transcriptions are from photocopies/images of original returns obtained from various sources. Whilst I have taken every care to transcribe accurately, mistakes are always possible, so in case of doubt, please check the original source for yourself. Thank you.

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.

Please note also there are two additional fields on 1901 Census forms. They are headed: "Worker, Employer or Own Account" & "At Home" and in this presentation are shown in square brackets [] immediately after Occupation. Marital Status is indicated by a single letter - ‘M’=Married, ‘S’=Single, ‘W’=Widowed.

F70/P11/S1 : Goatscliffe Cottages

  • BOWRING : Ezekiel Green : Head : M : 39 : Labourer Carter [Carm] : [Worker] : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • BOWRING : Hannah Elizabeth : Wife : M : 35 : DBY : Eyam
  • MARSHALL : George : Father in Law : Widr : 66 : Labourer Carter [Carm] : [Worker] : DBY : Stoney Middleton
  • LEWIS : William : Boarder : S : 20 : Police Constable : WOR : Rock

F70/P11/S[-]

  • 1 Uninhabited/in Occupation

F70/P11/S2 : Goatscliffe Cottages

  • PATRICK : Elizabeth : Head : S : 36 : School Mistress National : LAN : Liverpool

F70/P11/S3 : Goatscliffe Cottages

  • GRAYSON : George : Head : Widr : 72 : Coachman Retired [Groom] : YKS : Farnbery Leeds
  • BANKS : Mary : Niece : S : 36 : YKS : Bradford

F70/P11/S[-]

  • 1 Uninhabited/Not in Occupation

F70/P11/S4 : Goatscliffe Cottages

  • GREGORY : John : Head : M : 39 : Traction Engine Driver : [Worker] : UNK : Does Not Know
  • GREGORY : Emma Jane : Wife : M : 39 : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : Joe : Son : S : 16 : Stone Dresser Gritstone Quarry : [Worker] : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : Herbert : Son : S : 15 : (Gritstone) Quarry Labourer : [Worker] : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : Mabel : Daughter : 12 : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : Florence : Daughter : 8 : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : John Thomas : Son : 7 : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : Cyril : Son : 4 : YKS : Bradfield
  • GREGORY : Clifford : Son : 1 : YKS : Bradfield

F70/P11/S5 : Goatscliffe Farm

  • GLEADALL : John Henry : Head : M : 29 : Tailor & Farmer : [Own Account] : [Y] : YKS : Anston : [1]
  • GLEADALL : Georgina : Wife : M : 28 : DBY : Wirksworth
  • GLEADALL : Gladys : Daughter : <1mo : DBY : Stoke : [2]

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] 'At Home' is crossed out.
[2] Says 'under' 1 month.

F70/P11/S6 : Stoke

  • TURNER : George Arnold : Head : M : 35 : Manager Gritstone Stone Quarry : [Worker] : YKS : Worrall
  • TURNER : Mary Eliz : Wife : M : 37 : DBY : Hathersage
  • TURNER : Joseph John : Son : 10 : DBY : Stoke
  • TURNER : George Arnold : Son : 7 : DBY : Stoke
  • COWIN : George : Bro in Law : M : 35 : Clerk Commercial [Cl] : [Worker] : YKS : Sheffield : [1]
  • COWIN : Agnes : Sister in Law : M : 30 : DBY : Hathersage
  • COWIN : George Leslie : Nephew : 6 : LAN : Liverpool

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] 'Worker' is crossed out.

F70/P12/S7 : Cottage

  • UTTLEY : Willis : Head : M : 33 : Stone Mason : [Worker] : YKS : Grenoside
  • UTTLEY : Rebbeca : Wife : M : 33 : NTT : Teversall
  • UTTLEY : Charles : Son : 9 : CHS : Crowden
  • UTTLEY : Fred : Son : 7 : CHS : Crowden
  • UTTLEY : Willis : Son : 4 : DBY : Stoke
  • UTTLEY : Harold : Son : 1 : DBY : Stoke

F70/P12/S8

  • UTTLEY : Rachael : Head : Wid : 63 : Living on Own Means : YKS : Sheffield
  • NAYLER : Elizabeth : Boarder : Wid : 74 : Living on Own Means : YKS : Sheffield

F70/P12/S9 : Flora Cottages

  • OUTRAM : George : Head : M : 39 : Game Keeper : DBY : Grindleford Bridge : [1]
  • OUTRAM : Mary : Wife : M : 38 : DBY : Froggatt
  • OUTRAM : Maggie : Daughter : 14 : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • OUTRAM : Mary Ashton : Daughter : 11 : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • OUTRAM : Maurrice : Son : 7 : DBY : Grindleford Bridge

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] The Employer/Employed/Own Account is blank!?

F70/P12/S[-] : Cottage

  • 1 Uninhabited/in Occupation

F70/P12/S10 : Stoke Cottage

  • TEMPLE : Edith : Head : S : 56 : Living on Own Means : LND : Bloomsberry London
  • DRURY : Mary Eliz : Visitor : S : 40 : Living on Own Means : LND : Marylebone London
  • BILNER : Emma : Serv : M : 37 : Cook Domestic : SFK : Framsden

F70/P12/S11 : Stoke Hall

  • HARDY : Hannah Maria : Head : Wid : 50 : Caretaker : YKS : Sheffield
  • HARDY : Charles Kershaw : Son : S : 18 : [?]Grocers Apprentice : YKS : Ranmoor : [1]
  • HASLAM : Mary Emily : Sister : S : 34 : Sisters Help [Caret] : YKS : Cross Pool Sheffield

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] What I've interpreted as 'Grocers' is partially obscured by an ink blot.

F70/P12/S12 : Stoke Toll Bar

  • HAWKSWORTH : Harry : Head : M : 27 : Gardiner Domestic [G] : YKS : Bradfield
  • HAWKSWORTH : Susan : Wife : M : 27 : YKS : Abbeydale
  • HAWKSWORTH : Alice : Daughter : 4 : DBY : Baslow
  • HAWKSWORTH : Henry : Son : 1 : DBY : Stoke

F70/P12/S[-] : Stoke Hall Cottage

  • 1 Uninhabited/in Occupation

F71/P13/S13 : Knoughley Farm

  • TITTERTON : Charles : Head : M : 63 : Farmer : [Employer] : STS : Grindon
  • TITTERTON : Hannah : Wife : M : 59 : STS : Cheddleton
  • TITTERTON : Ellen : Daughter : S : 33 : STS : Cauldon
  • TITTERTON : Ada Mary : Daughter : S : 31 : STS : Cauldon
  • TITTERTON : Charles : Son : S : 27 : Farmers Son [Rel] : [Worker] : STS : Hilderstone
  • TITTERTON : Hannah : Daughter : S : 20 : DBY : Morton
  • BARNHAM : William : Serv : S : 24 : Farm Servant [Ag L] : [Worker] : NTT : Blydworth : [1]
  • GAFFREY : William : Serv : S : 54 : Farm Labourer : [Worker] : IRL : Galway : [2]

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Alternative spelling 'Blidworth'.
[2] Donahougue (in 'Where Born') crossed out.

F71/P13/S[-] : Cottage

  • 1 Uninhabited/Not in Occupation

End of The Civil Parish of Stoke

Eyam Woodlands (Derbyshire) 1901 Census

Transcription by Rosemary Lockie © 2002

TABLE I. - SUMMARY OF CIVIL PARISHES
(To be filled in by the ENUMERATOR.)
Cols: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
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
Uninhabited Build-
ing
Males Females TOTAL
In Occupation Not in Occupation
1 to 10  Eyam Woodlands (entire) 57 57 9 1 3 31 130 139 269
14 to 15  Nether Padley (entire) 9 9 1     2 17 27 44
11 to 13  Stoke (entire) 13 13 3 2   3 30 27 57
.......                    
....... Total of Enumeration Book ... 79 79 13 3 3 36 177 193 370

Note: All three sections of this district have been transcribed.

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