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Census returns - Joiners Arms

The Joiners Arms

1841Joseph RHODES (40) Innkeeper
Sarah RHODES(35)
Hannah RHODES (18)
1851Richard COOPER (31) Innkeeper m. b. Stokesley
Dorothy COOPER (27) wife m. b. Clint
Emily COOPER (4) dau. scholar b. Hampsthwaite
Mary COOPER (2) dau. b. Hampsthwaite
1861Robert WARDMAN Head m. (26) Innkeeper Joiner's Arms b. Felliscliffe
Mary WARDMAN wife m. (32) b. Clint
Rosanna LONG d. in l. (8) scholar b. Clint
Ellen LONG d. in l. (6) scholar b. Clint
Mary E. LONG d. in l. (4) b. Clint
Sarah SWALES serv. s. (19) Dom. Serv. b. Hampsthwaite
1871William Atkinson Head m. licensed victualler absent
Rebecca R. ATKINSON wife m. (37) b. LIN Wigton
Elizabeth ATKINSON dau. (16) b. Bishop Thornton
1881James TAYLOR m. Head (27) Innkeeper & Painter Joiner's Arms b. Leeds
Ada TAYLOR m. wife (25) Innkeeper's wife Joiner's Arms b. Birstwith
1891Ellen HAW Head m. (65) Innkeeper b. Kirby Malzeard
Sarah HAW dau. s. (47) servant domestic b. Grewelthorpe
1901James HAW Head w. (81) Innkeeper Pub b. Leeds
Sarah HAW dau. s. (53 [sic]) Manageress of Inn b. Grewelthorpe
Annie HAW grand dau. s. (48) Cook Domestic b. Knaresboro
James CLOUGH Grandson s. (10) b. Hampsthwaite
Census returns - Joiners Arms

The Joiners Arms