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CIRENCESTER (Gloucestershire) UNION WORKHOUSE 1891 CENSUS

P.R.O. Reference # RG12/2033 : Folios 144-148 : Pages 1-6

Transcribed by Tony Woodward © 2002

A full description of the district, and notes on the abbreviations and codes used in this transcription, can be found following the census listing.

Cirencester Union Workhouse

NO
SURNAME
FORENAME(S)
REL
CON
SEX
AGE
OCCUPATION
EMP
CTY
BIRTHPLACE
NOTES
  Folio 146 Page 1
01 PART William IM W M 62 Watercress Seller   GLS Maiseyhampton
02 WHEELER William IM W M 82 Nursery Gardener   GLS Cirencester
03 ARKELL Charles IM S M 38 Farm Labourer   GLS Cirencester
04 PARROTT Edward IM W M 69 Shoemaker (Journeyman)   OXF Charlbury
05 COLLETT Thomas IM W M 69 Road Labourer   WIL Kemble Blind
06 BOWLEY John Ody IM S M 16 -   WIL Somerford Keynes
07 ELSEGOOD George IM W M 49 Gardener (Domestic)   KEN Cliffe
08 ELSEGOOD Robert G IM S M 19 Discharged from RN Training Ship   GLS Poulton Dumb
09 TOWNSEND William IM S M 58 Farm Labourer   GLS Poulton
10 EVANS John IM W M 52 Farm Labourer   MON Raglan
11 HOWARD George IM S M 52 General Labourer   DEV Newton
12 JONES George IM S M 41 General Labourer   CHS Chester
13 HENDERSON George IM S M 25 Groom (Stableman)   KEN Ashford
14 SIMS LOUISA IM M F 38 Charwoman   WIL Bradford
15 BEAMES John IM S M 61 Farm Labourer   WIL Somerford Keynes
16 TOWNSEND George IM W M 68 Hurdle Maker   GLS Preston
17 SMITH Edwin IM M M 64 Farm Labourer   GLS Cirencester
18 JORDAN Richard IM W M 72 Farm Labourer   GLS Upper Leigh
19 COOPER Thomas IM S M 60 Cooper (Journeyman)   GLS Cirencester
20 MANN Stephen IM W M 70 Stone Mason (Journeyman)   GLS Doughton
21 WITHERS George IM S M 45 General Labourer   GLS Cirencester
22 COWLEY Julius IM S M 59 Mason's Labourer   GLS Fairford
23 WOOD Henry IM M M 59 Farmer   GLS Siddington
24 SCOTT George IM W M 70 Ostler   WAR Birmingham
25 ELLIOT John IM M M 73 General Labourer   GLS Cirencester
  Folio 146 Page 2
01 WOOD William IM S M 43 Mason's Labourer   GLS Cirencester
02 KING John IM S M 54 Farm Labourer   GLS Fairford
03 JONES Richard IM S M 72 Shoemaker   WIL Oaksey
04 RICKETTS William IM W M 67 Farm Labourer   GLS Down Ampney
05 BROAD Emmanuel IM S M 63 General Labourer   GLS Cirencester
06 BROWN Richard IM S M 57 Farm Labourer   GLS North Cerney
07 CURTIS William IM S M 22 -   GLS Cirencester Imbecile (from childhood)
08 TOWNSEND William IM S M 65 Railway Labourer   GLS Coates
09 TRUSTHAM Richard H IM S M 22 -   GLS Fairford Imbecile (from childhood)
10 BELCHER Enoch IM S M 52 -   GLS Down Ampney Imbecile (from childhood)
11 BRIDGES Rebecca IM S F 42 Sempstress   GLS Cirencester
12 BRIDGES Albert Edward IM - M 12 Scholar   WAR Birmingham
13 BRIDGES Dan IM - M 8 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
14 MAY Ellen IM S F 21 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Fairford
15 BOULTON Kate IM S F 23 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Bibury
16 BOULTON Maggie IM - F 3m     GLS Cirencester
17 STEPHENS Richard IM W M 79 Nursery Gardener   WAR Warwick
18 FARR John IM W M 73 Tailor (Journeyman)   WIL Milton Lilbourne
19 CHURCH Thomas IM S M 62 Farm Labourer   GLS Quenington
20 STRANGE Thomas IM S M 72 Quarryman Slate dresser   GLS Ampney St Peter
21 WORVILL John IM W M 79 Farm Labourer   GLS Winchcomb
22 JONES John IM S M 62 Cater   GLS Ampney St Peter
23 CARTER William IM S M 54 Domestic Servant (under Baker)   GLS Upton St Leonards
24 BUNCE Joshua IM W M 72 Farm Labourer   OXF Shilton
25 BELLENGER Joseph IM M M 62 Farm Labourer   WIL Latton
  Folio 147 Page 3
01 MORSE Joseph IM W M 81 Farm Labourer   GLS Siddington Blind
02 LOOKER Thomas IM M M 52 Farm Labourer   GLS South Cerney
03 PAINE William IM S M 55 House Painter (Journeyman)   GLS Cirencester
04 LAFFORD Robert IM S M 61 General Labourer   GLS Maiseyhampton
05 ILES John IM S M 55 General Labourer   GLS Rodborough
06 HUGHES George IM S M 52 -   GLS Cirencester Imbecile
07 SHAYLER Richard IM S M 38 Hatter (Journeyman)   GLS Cirencester Imbecile
08 MERCHANT Harry IM S M 35 Mason's Labourer   GLS Cirencester
09 GREENWOOD Lewis IM S M 22 -   GLS Cirencester Imbecile (from childhood)
10 HULBERT George IM W M 53 Shoemaker (Journeyman)   GLS Cirencester
11 BLACKWOOD John IM W M 50 Farm Labourer   WIL Eastcourt
12 MIDWINTER Edward IM S M 86 Farm Labourer   GLS Winstone
13 WITTS Henry IM S M 72 Carter   GLS Cirencester
14 GRIFFIN William IM W M 71 Quarryman (Stone)   GLS Poulton
15 SNOW James IM W M 73 Farm Labourer   GLS Winstone
16 MAWBY Robert IM M M 52 Outfitter's assistant   WAR Atherstone
17 SESSIONS William IM W M 73 Tailor (Journeyman)   GLS Cirencester
18 MIDWINTER William IM M M 78 Farm Labourer   GLS Winstone
19 JONES George IM S M 35 Farm Labourer   LND Clapham [Surrey]
20 KENT James IM S M 28 Seaman RN (Discharged)   GLS Quenington
21 SHERMER Richard IM W M 73 Farm Labourer   GLS Driffield
22 MESSENGER William IM W M 71 Farm Labourer   GLS South Cerney
23 HODGES Rachel IM W F 79     GLS Barnsley
24 WICKS Susan IM W F 74     GLS Down Ampney
25 SMITH Sarah IM W F 68     GLS Hazleton
  Folio 147 Page 4
01 DAWES Sarah IM S F 70 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Fairford
02 LUDLOW Harriet IM W F 69     GLS Cirencester
03 FISHER Susan W IM W F 91     WIL Malmesbury
04 WAITE Mary A IM W F 79     GLS Cirencester
05 NOAD Elizabeth IM M F 38 General Servant (Domestic)   WIL Crudwell
06 NOAD Henry J IM - M 12 Scholar   SOM Bath
07 NOAD Frederick IM - M 9m     GLS Cirencester
08 LONG Sarah IM S F 20 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Cirencester
09 JONES Charlotte IM S F 43 General Servant (Domestic)   LND Clapham [Surrey]
10 TAYLOR Mary IM W F 30 Charwoman   WIL Hannington
11 SCRIVEN Georgina IM S F 34     GLS Ampney St Peter
12 ASH Prudence IM W F 72 Farm Labourer   GLS Bisley
13 SPENCER Mary IM S F 69 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Baunton Imbecile
14 IRELAND Mary IM M F 43     GLS Maiseyhampton Imbecile
15 HEMMING Ellen IM S F 28     GLS Lechlade Imbecile (from birth)
16 CREW Sarah IM W F 70     GLS Cirencester Imbecile
17 DOWNING Elizabeth IM S F 36     LND (locality not known) Imbecile (from birth)
18 ASH Ellen IM S F 36     GLS Cirencester Imbecile (from birth)
19 WEAVING Emma IM M F 50 Farm Labourer   GLS Sutgrove
20 WEAVING Frederick IM M   13 Scholar   GLS Churchdown
21 WEAVING Edwin IM M 10       GLS Cirencester
22 ROBERTS Elizabeth IM W F 84     GLS Sapperton
23 WALKER Elizabeth IM W F 78     GLS Cirencester Blind & Deaf
24 PERRY Alice M M IM S F 21 Hotel Waitress   GLS Cirencester
25 PERRY Constance A IM - F 4m     GLS Cirencester
  Folio 148 Page 5
01 WilliamS Eliza IM S F 35 Charwoman   WIL Kemble
02 HUNT Hannah IM W F 76     NFK Thetford
03 EVANS Hannah IM W F 92     GLS Beverstone
04 SMETUS Caroline IM W F 79       Germany
05 PEART Susan IM S F 53     GLS Kempsford
06 CURTIS Emily IM S F 50     GLS South Cerney Imbecile
07 DANCE Lydia Jane IM S F 20 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Stratton
08 DANCE Florence IM F 2m       GLS Daglingworth
09 DAVIS Ellen IM S F 21     GLS Ampney St Peter
10 MORSE Elizabeth IM S F 26 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Barnsley
11 JUGGINS Jane IM S F 29     GLS Duntisbourne Abbotts Imbecile from birth
12 NORRIS Maria IM W F 74     GLS Barnsley
13 GOSLING Sarah Ann IM W F 32 Needlewoman   GLS Kempsford
14 GOSLING Harry IM - M 11 Scholar   GLS Kempsford
15 GOSLING Margaret E IM - F 9 Scholar   GLS Kempsford
16 GOSLING Charles J IM - M 7 Scholar   GLS Kempsford
17 GOSLING Hephzibah IM - F 6 Scholar   GLS Kempsford
18 GOSLING Lilian IM - F 11m -   GLS Cirencester
19 SMITH Susannah IM S F 24 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Cirencester
20 SMITH Charles S IM - M 7 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
21 SMITH George E IM - M 6 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
22 SMITH Elsie M IM - F 3 -   GLS Cirencester
23 JONES Agnes IM - F 9 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
24 VINES Mary Ann IM - F 13 Scholar   GLS Sapperton
25 VINES Frank IM - M 11 Scholar   GLS Sapperton
  Folio 148 Page 6
01 JONES Amelia IM S F 32 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS South Cerney
02 JONES Ernest H IM - M 10 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
03 JONES William C IM - M 8 Scholar   LND Poplar
04 JONES Esther A IM - F 2 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
05 WALKER Frank IM - M 14 Scholar   GLS Avening
06 TAYLOR William H IM - M 8 Scholar   GLS Cirencester
07 WAKEFIELD Elizabeth IM S F 53 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS North Cerney
08 WEAVING Elizabeth A IM S F 19 Dressmaker (apprentice)     Not known
09 CURTIS Ruth A IM M F 27 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Chedworth
10 SMITH Alice M IM S F 21 General Servant (Domestic)   GLS Cirencester
11 SMITH Eveline A IM - F 2     GLS Cirencester
12 CLAPHAM Sophia IM S F 26     GLS North Cerney Imbecile (from birth)
13 TAYLOR Fanny IM - F 2     GLS Cirencester
14 FREEMAN Robert C HE M M 46 Master of the Workhouse X GLS Cirencester
15 FREEMAN Emily J MA M F 46 Matron of the Workhouse X GLS Cirencester
16 FREEMAN Robert W SO S M 17 Draper's apprentice X GLS Cirencester
17 FREEMAN Thomas E TE S M 25 Schoolmistress X GLS Cirencester
18 WHEELER Mary A NU M F 30 Workhouse Nurse X MON Bedwellty
19 MARTIN George PO M M 33 Workhouse Porter X GLS Westbury on Severn
20 MARTIN Harriet AS M F 34 Workhouse Assistant Matron X GLS Cinderford

NOTES

COLUMN HEADERS:

NO:

There are 25 lines on each Page in a census book for an institution. This is the line number.

REL:

"RELATION to Head of Family, or Position in the Institution":
AS = Assistant
HE = Head
IM = Inmate
MA = Matron
NU = Nurse
PO = Porter
SO = Son
TE = Teacher

CON:

"CONDITION as to Marriage", [i.e. marital status]:>
M = Married
S = Single
W = Widow or Widower

SEX and AGE:

The original census form has separate columns for the ages of males and females, but I have used just one column for age and added a column containing M or F to indicate whether the person is male or female.

EMP:

This column is an amalgamation of three columns in the original census form:
E = Employer
X = Employed
N = Neither Employer nor Employed (N.B. this could mean either out of work or self-employed).

CTY:

County of birth. This has been standardized to a three-letter "Chapman" county code.

The column listing infirmities has been omitted.  Details are given in the NOTES column.

CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES 1891

Registration District: 331 Cirencester (Glos.)
Registration Sub-district: 2B Cirencester
Enumeration District No.:  
Chief Resident Officer: Robt. Freeman
Registrar: Robt. Freeman
Superintendent Registrar: W. L. Cooke[?]

ENUMERATION BOOK
For the undermentioned Institution.

Name: Cirencester Union Workhouse
Description: Workhouse
Where Situated: Cirencester (Tithing of Chesterton)
This institution is situated within the Boundaries of the
Civil Parish of: Cirencester
Urban Sanitary District: Cirencester
Town of: Cirencester
Parliamentary Division: Cirencester
Civil Parish of: Cirencester
Ecclesiastical Parish of: Cirencester

1891 POPULATION

SUMMARY
  Males Females Total
Total Number of Officers 2 4 6
Number in Officers' Families 1   1
OTHER CLASSES OF INMATES      
Able-bodied 4 8 12
Not able-bodied 56 37 93
Children 16 12 28
Casuals 4 1 5
TOTAL 83 62 145

[Contributed by Tony Woodward on 2nd April 2002]

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