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Census returns for for No 1 Thimbleby Cottages

No 1 Thimbleby Cottages

We can be confident about the record for 1901 since that can be connected to the records of deeds. Earlier entries are largely guesswork due to the absence of an address and the assumption has to be made that what is described in the returns as "Police station" is No.1 and that the police station had not changed its location over the years. This would, however, suggest a date for construction of the house as early as 1861 which may not be consistent with its appearance.

18611861Nicholas Lamb (41) Police officer, Mary (wife) (37), John W. (12) son - scholar, Hannah M. (10) daughter - scholar and Jane A. (4) daughter.
1871Thomas W. Musgrove (29) Police officer, Jane (wife) (37), Mary M. (6) daughter - scholar, George L. (4) son, John H. (2) son and Thomas (4 months) son.
1881Aaron Tidswell (35) Police West Riding, Emma (34) wife, Everett (8) son and Annie (4) daughter
1891
(Police Station)
Charles Woodhall (32) Police constable West Riding, Emma (31) wife and Elizabeth (10) daughter - scholar.
1901George Briggs (36) Police constable, Sarah Briggs (36) wife, May (10) daughter and Edgar (3) son.
Census returns for for No 1 Thimbleby Cottages

No 1 Thimbleby Cottages