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Census returns for Thimbleby House

Thimbleby House

1841Bilton Wilson (62)
Independent Sarah Wilson (30)
1851Ann Simpson (Head) s (52) Gentlewoman
Arthur W. M. Close nephew (5) Clergyman's son
Mary Leake (28) Houseservant
1861Bilton J. Wilson (82) Landed proprietor 23 acres
Sarah Wilson wife (50)
Margaret Hardisty s (55) Cook
Esther Atkinson s (21) Housemaid
1871 VillageRobert S. Close m (59) Vicar Kirby Ravensworth
Maria Close wife (52)
Elisabeth Stoddart (18) Housemaid
1881 Bilton GarthRobert S. Close mar (69) Vicar of Kirby Ravensworth
Maria Close wife (63)
Edward Close unmarr son (23)
Nora E. Close daughter (21)
Ellen Pattinson servant (21) Cook
Hannah Hodgson housemaid (23)
1891 Bilton GarthFrederick H. Saunders (42) General Practitioner
Margaret wife (35)
Charles Chambers s (40) Boarder living on own means
? Sidebottom m (47) Cotton Merchant
Arthur N. Neville s (31) Assistant-studying medicine
John Culverwell wid (50) Butler, Domestic Servant
Isabella Dodsworth s (20) Cook
Susannah Barker s (18) Housemaid
Myddleton Morrell s (19) Groom
1901 Bilton GarthJohn Ashby (44) Surgeon
Jane E. Ashby (37) wife
Joe E. Ashby (11) son
Harold C. Ashby (9) son
John Ashby (4) son
George S. Ashby (7 months) son
Elizabeth Brown (37) Cook
Hetty Fletcher (22) Housemaid
Winifred M. Wood (19) Nurse
Alexander Lawson (29) Visitor-Physician & Surgeon
1911 Bilton GarthAshby John m.22years (54) Surgeon
Jane Ellen m. (47)
Harold Crowther s. (19) Architect's apprentice
George Stanley s. (10) Scholar
Brown Elizabeth (42) Cook
Fletcher Harriet Ann (32) Housemaid

N.B. The returns for 1841 - 1871 do not use the description "Bilton Garth" but it has been assumed that it was the same dwelling visited throughout the entire period of the census returns.

Census returns for Thimbleby House

Thimbleby House