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Census returns for Manor Farm

Manor Farm House

1841John HENSON (54) Farmer
Sarah HENSON (25) f. s.
William HENSON (23) m. s.
Ann HENSON (20) f. s.
John HENSON (15)
1851John HENSON Head wdr. (63) Farmer 88 acres emp. 2 b. Clifton
John HENSON son u. (24) b. Tong
Ellen MARSHALL niece u. (19) Domestic servant b. Tong
1861Ruth BROTHERTON Head w. (66) Farmer 23 acres emp. 3 lab. b. Hamps.
William BROTHERTON son s (26) Agr. Labb. Hamps.
Elizabeth ASHTON serv. s (21) House serv. b. Hamps.
Richard REDLEY lodger m (53) stonemason b. Ossett
1871Thomas SIGSWORTH Head m (54) Farmer 110 acres emp.1 lab. b. Huby
Sarah SIGSWORTH wife m (47) b. Pateley Bridge
Ann SIGSWORTH dau s (23) b. Huby
Sarah S. J. SIGSWORTH SIGSWORTH dau s (21) b. Tollerton
Thomas J. SIGSWORTH son s (19) b. Tollerton
Jane E. SIGSWORTH dau s (15) b. Youlton
Hannah J. SIGSWORTH SIGSWORTHdau s (11) scholar b. Youlton
Albert E.W. SIGSWORTH son s (2) b. Hampsthwaite
James ASHTON serv. s (21) Farm servant b. Hamps.
1881 Manor HouseThomas SIGSWORTH m Head (64) Farmer 91 acres emp. 1 b. Huby
Sarah SIGSWORTH m wife (58) b. Fellbeck
Jane SIGSWORTH unm daug (25) Farmers daughter b. Youlton
Theresa SIGSWORTH unm daug (21) Farmers daughter b. Youlton
Albert E. SIGSWORTH s son (12) b. Hamps.
Sarah A BROWN unm visitor (24) dressmaker b. Huby
Henry JACKSON unm servant (21) farm servant (indoor) b. Howestern
1891 Manor HouseSarah SIGSWORTH Head wid (67) Farmer b. Fellbeck
Jane SIGSWORTH daus (35) general servant b. Youlton
Theresa SIGSWORTH daus (31) general servant b. Youlton
Albert E.W. SIGSWORTH son s (22) farmers son b. Hamps.
Abel KAY SIGSWORTH serv wid (37) horse breather (sic) b. Hamps.
William FOREST serv s (20) farm servant b. Hamps.
Joseph BOWERS serv s (16) farm servant b. Hamps.
1901 Manor HouseSarah SIGSWORTH Head w f (77) Farmer b. Pateley Bridge
Jane E. SIGSWORTH daus f (45) Farmers daughter b. Alne
H. Theresa SIGSWORTH daus f (41) Invalid Rheumation b. Alne
Albert E.W. SIGSWORTH son M (32) Farmer b. Hamps.
Mary E. SIGSWORTH dau in law m f (25) b. Leeds
Robert W. ELLIS serv s M (17) ploughman on farm b. Hamps.
Charles E THOMPSON serv s M (14) general help on farm b. Haard
1911 Manor House FarmFred HORNER son (21) Farmers son working on farm b.Tanfield
Sarah PORRITT servant W (58) Housekeeper domestic b.Whitby

Note:

Prior to 1881 no name for the property was recorded on the census. The occupants for the previous decades have been identified because of their position in the census lists (next to the record of the clergy), their occupations and the connection of the name Henson with "Henson Close" mentioned in deeds associated with the property.

Census returns for Manor Farm

Manor Farm House