at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1851
Children Elizabeth Ladbury aged 13, a Needle Maker Labeller, William Ladbury aged 11 a Errand Boy and George Ladbury aged 10 a Pin Maker Wire Drawer

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Ladbury

a


at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1851
Servant Elizabeth Bearcroft aged 12, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

George Buggins

a

Needle Maker Scourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1851
Servant Elizabeth Hawkes aged 9 a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Harvey Allcock

a

Fish Hook Manufacturer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1851
Son Thomas Bartleet aged 14 a Master Needle Scourer

Occupied By:

Eliza Bartleet

a

Needle Maker Paperer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1851
Step-children William Cund aged 13 a Needle Maker & Nathan Cund aged 9, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Charles Burston

a

Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1851
Children Thomas Duggins aged 14, Elizabeth Duggins aged 12,  Caroline Duggins aged 10 & Esther Duggins aged 6, Needle Straighteners

Occupied By:

James Duggins

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Servant Sarah Hardinger aged 12, Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

James Young

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Daughter Emma Walker aged 14, a Needle Stamper

Occupied By:

Thomas Walker (widower)

a

Shoe Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Sons Henry Forrester aged 13, a Needle Hardener & Samuel Forrester aged 10, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Samuel Forrester

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Son John Guest aged 12, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

John Guest

a

Grocer & Beerseller

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Son Edward Emms aged 11, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Emms (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Children Sarah Houghton aged 13, a Needle Straightener & Charles Houghton aged 11, a Needle Straightener

Occupied By:

David Houghton

a

Brick Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Son Edwin Brewster aged 13, a Needle Spitter

Occupied By:

Ann Brewster (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Beoley Street

In

1851
Daughter Emma Parsons aged 11, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Joseph Parsons

a

Bricklayer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Chapel Green

In

1851
Son Henry Yates aged 14,a  Sail Needle Maker

Occupied By:

Elijah Yates

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Chapel Green

In

1851
Son Charles Ladds aged 13, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Thomas Ladds

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Chapel Green South

In

1851
Nephew Robert Atkins aged 11, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

Benjamin Partridge (widower)

a

Carpenter

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Chapel Green South

In

1851
Servant Ester Canning aged 12, a General Servant

Occupied By:

Edward Humphries

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Chapel Green South

In

1851
Servant Sarah Roff aged 12, a General Servant

Occupied By:

William Spencer

a

Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

29
Evesham Street

In

1851
Son John Bryan aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

John Bryan

a

Hairdresser

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

35
Evesham Street

In

1851
Son, John Allen aged 14, a Butcher

Occupied By:

Henry Allen

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Evesham Street

In

1851
Servant Sarah Dadley aged 14, a General Servant

Occupied By:

Ann Shrimpton

a

Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Son Joseph Parsons aged 13, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

William Parsons

a

Chelsea Pensioner

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Servant Frederick Cook aged 12, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Edward Middleton

a

Baker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Daughter Harriet Thornton aged 14, a Dressmaker

Occupied By:

William Thornton

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Son John Palmer aged 10, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

William Palmer

a

Shoe Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Servant Jane Street aged 14, a House Servant

Occupied By:

William Davis

a

Shoe Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Servant Mary Grasser aged 13, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Uriah Dunn

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Children William Gibbons aged 13, a Needle Pointer & Julia Gibbons aged 8, a NurseGirl

Occupied By:

Sarah Gibbons (widow)

a

Needle Straightener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Son William Lloyd aged 13, an Assistant in Warehouse

Occupied By:

John Lloyd

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Servant Harriet Neblett aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

John James

a

Needle Manufacturer & Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1851
Son James Freeman aged 11, a Cooper

Occupied By:

James Freeman

a

Cooper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1851
Son Theophilius Lee aged 14, a Needle Maker Scourer

Occupied By:

Michael Lee

a

Needle Manufacturer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1851
Grandson Richard Mogg aged 12, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Sarah Mogg (widow)

a

Needle Straightener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1851
Son Richard Young aged 12, a Wheel Screwer?

Occupied By:

Charles Young

a

Needle Maker Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Servant John Smith aged 13, Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

William James

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Servant Emma Day aged 14, a House Servant

Occupied By:

Charles Davis

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Daughter Ellen Hawkes aged 12, a Needle Paperer

Occupied By:

Ellen Hawkes (widow)

a

Needle Straightener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Son Thomas Humphries aged 11, a Needle Eyer

Occupied By:

Henry Humphries

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Daughter Jane Burston aged 11, a Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

John Burston

a

Needle Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Son Walter Young aged 14, a Sail Needle Maker

Occupied By:

John Young

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
New End

In

1851
Son John Field aged 12, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Thomas Field

a

Needle Scourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1851
Son David Prescott aged 14, a Woodman

Occupied By:

John Prescott

a

Woodman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1851
Daughter Harriet Webb aged 12,a  Needle Straightener

Occupied By:

Mary Ann Webb

a

Needle Straightener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1851
Son Job Jefferies aged 12, a Printer

Occupied By:

William Jefferies

a

Rural Police Officer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1851
Children Samuel Millward aged 14, Mary Millward aged 12 & Ann Elizabeth Millward aged 10, Needle Makers

Occupied By:

William Millward

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1851
Son Walter Roberts aged 14, a Wheelwright

Occupied By:

Edward Roberts

a

Wheelwright

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Children Harriet Shakle aged 14, a Paperer, Mary Shakle aged 10, Shop Girl & Martha Shakle aged 8, Nurse girl

Occupied By:

Thomas Shakle

a

Tailor

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Children Ann Jones aged 10, a Pin Sheeter and William Henry Jones aged 8, Needle Splitter

Occupied By:

William Henry Jones

a

Pin Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Servant Sophia White aged 12, House Girl

Occupied By:

Joseph Taylor

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Housekeeper's daughter Ann Downs aged 12, Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

John Whatton

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Daughter Elizabeth Webb aged 13,a  Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

John Webb

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Daughter Ann Mence aged 13, a Needle Driller

Occupied By:

John Mence

a

Clay Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1851
Daughters Mary A. Blundell aged 9, Nurse Girl & Sarah Blundell aged 7, Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Enoch Blundell

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Son Elijah Wilkes aged 10, Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Solomon Wilkes

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Harriet Giles aged 12, Pin Maker

Occupied By:

William Giles

a

Day Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Elizabeth Edwards aged 12, a Shop Girl & Thomas Edwards aged 9, Shop Boy

Occupied By:

William Edwards

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Son William Henry Clayton aged 9, Wheel Turner

Occupied By:

William Clayton

a

Day Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Son Edwin Apperleby aged 13, Brick Maker

Occupied By:

William Apperley

a

Brick Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Children Mary Harwood aged 12, a Shop Girl & George Harwood aged 10, Shop Boy

Occupied By:

Tobias Harwood

a

Needle Stamper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Maria Tandy aged 14, Pin Maker

Occupied By:

Thomas Tandy

a

Pin Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Children Rebecca Smith aged 14, a Needle Straightener & Mary Ann Smith aged 12, Shop Girl

Occupied By:

Thomas Smith

a

Bricklayer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Mary Ann Wilks aged 11, a Shop Girl & Niece Phoebe Poole aged 13, Wheel Turner

Occupied By:

William Wilks

a

Coal Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Step-children Elizabeth Gregory aged 14, & Sarah Gregory aged 12, Needle Straighteners

Occupied By:

Thomas Price

a

Sail & Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughters Louisa Green aged 14, Shop Girl & Maria Green aged 12, Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

William Green

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Grandchildren Thomas Haynes aged 12, a Fish Hook Maker & Henry Haynes aged 10, Shop Boy

Occupied By:

Richard Haines

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Elizabeth Allbutt aged 11, Shop Girl

Occupied By:

Matthew Allbutt

a

Needle Straightener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Son William Mogg aged 11, Wheel Turner

Occupied By:

Mary Ann Mogg (widow)

a

Needle Driller

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Granddaughter Eliza Wilkes aged 13 Shop Girl

Occupied By:

John Wilkes

a

Day Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Children Sarah George aged 12, a Needle Paperer & John George aged 10, Needle Stamper

Occupied By:

John George

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Step-sons Alexander Yoxall aged 14, Shop Boy & Thomas Yoxall aged 12, Shop Boy

Occupied By:

George Smith

a

Bricklayer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Prudence Randel aged 12, Pin Maker

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Randel (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Eliza Wilks aged 13, Shop Girl

Occupied By:

Edward Wilks (widower)

a

Wheel Turner

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Children James Danks aged 14, File Driller? & Sarah Ann Danks aged 11, Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Thomas Danks

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1851
Daughter Mary Ann Hugh aged 14, a Needle Driller

Occupied By:

Thomas Hugh (widower)

a

Day Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Sons Frederick Melen aged 12, and James Melen aged 10, were  Assistants.

Occupied By:

William Melen

a

Swivel Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Daughter Sarah A Atkins aged 14, a Dressmaker

Occupied By:

William Atkins

a

Journeyman Carpenter

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Servant Eliza Lilley aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

William Adams

a

Needle Manufacturer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Grandson Will Atkins aged 10 and a Needle Maker Labeller

Occupied By:

Samuel Atkins

a

Journeyman Shoemaker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Step-daughter Mary Milward aged 14, a Needle Maker Paperer

Occupied By:

Joseph Peakman

a

Needle Maker Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Daughter Emma Dewes aged 14,  classed as a Nurse

Occupied By:

John H Dewes

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Son James Newell aged 12, a Tailor and Lodger John Mitchell aged 12 a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Janmes Newell

a

Tailor

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Daughters Ellen Spencer aged 14 and Susan Spencer aged 10 were Fish Hook Makers

Occupied By:

James Spencer

a

Wheelwright

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Servant Sarah Wiggett aged 13, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

David Webster

a

Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Road

In

1851
Daughter, Elizabeth Maries 13, Needle Maker Driller

Occupied By:

James Maries

a

Printer