Stoke (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)
Stoke in the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Peter Hope (part of)

Description of Boundaries and Contents of Enumeration District.
“the whole of Civil Parish of Stoke, Comprising Stoke Hall Knouchley Stoke Toll Bar house, Stoke Farm, Flora Cottages and Goatscliffe the whole in the Parliamentary Division of West Derbyshire.”
The Enumerator was Mr. William Kenyon.

Photocopies (which I still have) were taken from T.N.A. microfilm formerly at Myddleton Place, London. 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.

F65/P1/S1 : Goatscliffe

  • BERRESFORD : Joseph : Head : M : 49 : Quarryman Gritstone : [E] : DBY : Matlock
  • BERRESFORD : Lydia : Wife : M : 42 : DBY : Matlock
  • BERRESFORD : Annie : Daur : 15 : DBY : Matlock
  • BERRESFORD : David : Son : 12 : Scholar : DBY : Matlock
  • BERRESFORD : Herbert : Son : 5 : Scholar : DBY : Walton
  • BERRESFORD : William : Son : 3 : DBY : Walton
  • WAIN : Wilfred : Lodger : S : 26 : Quarryman Gritstone : [E] : YKS : Wadley
  • WAIN : Fred : Lodger : S : 24 : Quarryman Gritstone : [E] : YKS : Wadley

F65/P1/S2 : Goatscliffe

  • CROOKS : Joseph : Head : M : 24 : Quarryman Gritstone : [E] : YKS : Ecclesall
  • CROOKS : Ellen : Wife : M : 21 : DBY : Crich
  • CROOKS : Robert : Son : 1 : DBY : Crich
  • GREENHOUGH : Robert : Brother in Law : S : 19 : Quarryman [Stone] : [E] : DBY : Crich

F65/P1/S3 : Goatscliffe

  • TURNER : George A : Head : M : 24 : Stone Merchant : [R] : YKS : Worral
  • TURNER : Mary E : Wife : 26 : DBY : Hathersage
  • TURNER : Joseph J : Son : 2mo : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • WATTS : Myra : Servant : S : 15 : Domestic Servant : DBY : Hathersage
  • LIVERSIDGE : William : Servant : S : 32 : Farm Servant : [E] : YKS : Eckinton

F65/P1/S4 : Flora Cottages

  • BROOKE : Thomas : Head : M : 43 : Silver Smith : [R] : WAR : -
  • BROOKE : Mary A : Wife : M : 39 : YKS : Sheffield
  • BROOKE : Georgina : Daur : S : 21 : YKS : Sheffield : [1]

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Age||Status annotated '20'.

F65/P1/S5 : Flora Cottages

  • TRICKETT : Charles E : Head : M : 33 : Commercial Traveller : [E] : YKS : Sheffield
  • TRICKETT : Olivia C : Wife : M : 35 : IRL : -
  • TRICKETT : William E : Son : 6 : YKS : Sheffield
  • TRICKETT : Herbert H : Son : 4 : IRL : -
  • TRICKETT : Olivia F : Daur : 2 : YKS : Sheffield
  • TRICKETT : Charles E : Son : 5mo : DBY : Stoke
  • STRUTT : Emma : Servant : S : 29 : Domestic Servant : YKS : Sheffield

F65/P2/S6 : Stoke Farm

  • CROSSLAND : Thomas J : Head : M : 31 : Farm Bailiff : [E] : DBY : Outseats
  • CROSSLAND : Emma B : Wife : M : 29 : DBY : Grindleford Bridge
  • CROSSLAND : Harry : Son : 4 : DBY : Stoke
  • CROSSLAND : Bertha : Daur : 4 : DBY : Stoke
  • CROSSLAND : Percy : Daur [Sic] : 1 : DBY : Stoke : [1]
  • SOUCH : Albert : Servant : S : 15 : Farm Servant : [E] : YKS : Sheffield : [2]
  • BUTT : Margaret : Serv : S : 14 : General Servant Domestic : UNK : N/K : [3]

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] "Percy" really is entered as a daughter, but with his age in the Male column.
[2] This Surname from Zouch as in Ashby de la?
[3] It says 'N K' on the Form.

F65/P2/S7 : Stoke Hall

  • HOBSON : Edwin : Head : M : 65 : Gardener & Caretaker (2) : DBY : Hope : [1]
  • HOBSON : Charity : Wife : M : 61 : Caretaker : DBY : Bradwell

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Bracketed (2) Sic.

F65/P2/S8 : Stoke Bar

  • STANLEY : Thomas : Head : M : 40 : Quarryman [Stone] : [E] : YKS : Oughterbridge
  • STANLEY : Avis : Wife : M : 36 : YKS : Holdworth
  • STANLEY : Charles W : Son : 1 : YKS : Worral

F65/P2/S9

  • TASKER : Mary : Head : S : 48 : Living on Her Own Means : LAN : Marsden

F65/P2/S10 : Knouchley

  • THORPE : Henry : Head : S : 56 : Farmer : [R] : DBY : Derwent
  • THORPE : Matilda : Sister : S : 52 : House Keeper [Dom] : DBY : Derwent
  • THORPE : Ernest : Nephew : S : 15 : Farmers Assistant [Ag] : [E] : DBY : Stoke : [1]
  • MASON : Millicent : Niece : 5 : LAN : Oldham
  • TURNER : George H : Serv : S : 20 : Farm Servant : [E] : DBY : Brampton
  • PEARSON : Samuel : Serv : S : 18 : Farm Servant : [E] : DBY : Bradwell

Transcriber's Note(s) :
[1] Has 'X' in 'Disabled' Column. Not sure whether this is meaningful, or just a mark-up during counting.

End of The Parish of Stoke

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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