at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Sons John Watson aged 13, Joseph Watson aged 13, were Fish Hook Makers and William Watson aged 12 a Shoe Maker

Occupied By:

John S Watson

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Son Charles Lewis aged 10, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

Joseph Lewis

a

Needle Stamier

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Boarders John Burborough aged 12 a Erand Boy and Eliza Jane Burborough aged 9, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Joseph Strudwick

a

Paper Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Daughter Jane Eliza Hamis aged 14 a Fishery Tackle Maker

Occupied By:

Roland Hamis

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Servant Emma Hawkes aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

William Brewster

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Son George Moore aged 12, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

William Moore

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1861
Servant Jane Ann Minor aged 12 a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Henry Bradon Wiggins

a


at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Daughter Emily Ann Glover aged 12, a Box Maker

Occupied By:

Emily Glover (widow)

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Children William Downs aged 14, a Fish Hook Hardener & Ellen Downs aged 12, a Needler

Occupied By:

Sarah Downs

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Servant Fanny Allcock aged 14, a Maid

Occupied By:

James Clark (widower)

a

Timber Merchant

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Son William Swann aged 8, in Needle Trade

Occupied By:

Henry Swann

a

Needle Manufactory

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Sons William Whele aged 14, a Needle Maker & Jesse Whele 13, a Shop Boy

Occupied By:

Emma Whele (widow)

a

Ironmonger

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Grandchild Mary Emms aged 9, Needles

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Emms (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Son Henry Brown aged 13, an Office Boy

Occupied By:

Charles Brown

a

Police Sergeant

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1861
Daughter Ellen Hall aged 10, a Needle Straightener

Occupied By:

George Hall

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

87
Evesham Street

In

1861
Son Edmund Green aged 14, a Printer's Boy

Occupied By:

John Green

a

Foreman in Needle Manufacturing

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

4
Evesham Street

In

1861
Son Barnabas Palmer aged 14, a Draper's Assistant

Occupied By:

Job Palmer

a

Tailor & Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

133
Evesham Street

In

1861
Daughter Elizabeth James aged 14, a Needle Paperer

Occupied By:

Richard James

a

Beerhouse Keeper & Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

99
Evesham Street

In

1861
Son Thomas Osborne aged 11, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Michael Osborne

a

Iron Founder

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

89
Evesham Street

In

1861
Daughter Sarah J. Buckley 14, Needle Burnisher

Occupied By:

Henry Buckley

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

65
Evesham Street

In

1861
Sons George Johnson aged 14, a Shoe Maker, Frederick Johnson aged 11 & Walter Johnson aged 10, Part Scholar & part worker

Occupied By:

Benjamin Johnson

a

Grocer & Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

61
Evesham Street

In

1861
Servant Hannah Dunn aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Walter Brown

a

Malster & Corn Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

39
Evesham Street

In

1861
Niece Lucy Hill aged 12, an Assistant & Servant Walter Court aged 14, Errand Boy

Occupied By:

James Woodman

a

Baker & Confectioner

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

20
Evesham Street

In

1861
Sons Thomas Smith aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker and JohnSmith aged 13, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

George Smith

a

Beerhouse Keeper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

29
Evesham Street

In

1861
Servant Ann Gibbs aged 14, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

George Mustin

a

Beer Retailer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Son Elijah Wilks aged 13, a Needle Warehouse Worker

Occupied By:

William Wilks

a

Boot & Shoe Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Step-son William E. Andrews aged 11, an Errand Boy

Occupied By:

George Hemming

a

Needle Stamper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Daughter Charlotte Court aged 14, an Artificial Fly Maker

Occupied By:

Joseph Court

a

Needle Hardener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Servant Emma Green aged 10, a House Servant

Occupied By:

Joseph London

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Niece Emma Field aged 14, a Needle Worker

Occupied By:

Sarah Field

a

Needle Paperer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Daughter Sarah Smith aged 14, a Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

Sarah Smith (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1861
Grandson Thomas Ellis aged 14, a Needle Scourer

Occupied By:

Thomas Waters

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1861
George Hadley was aged 12 and a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Charles Hadley

a

Post Messenger

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1861
Son Thomas Young aged 13, Needles

Occupied By:

Hannah Young (widow)

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1861
James B Ladds was aged 14 was a Fish Hook Maker and Walter G Ladds  aged 9 was a Errand Boy

Occupied By:

James Ladds

a

Needle Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1861
Children Samuel Coombes aged 14 a Printer, George Coombes aged 12, a Needle Hander, Edward Coombes aged 10, a Needle Packer and Benjamin Coombes aged 8 a Needle

Occupied By:

Frederick Coombes

a

Journeyman Carperter

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

4
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Daughters Elizabeth Taylor aged 14, Needler, Sarah Taylor aged 11, Fish Hooks & Hannah Taylor aged 10, Fish Hooks

Occupied By:

William Taylor

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

18
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Daughter Harriet Vincent aged 14, a Needler

Occupied By:

Frederick Vincent

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Son George Willis aged 12, Needle Trade

Occupied By:

Joseph Willis

a

Cordwainer & Lamplighter

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Daughter Ellen White aged 13, Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

William White

a

Farm Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Lodger Harriet Palmer aged 13, Fishing Tackle

Occupied By:

Joseph Pully

a

Blacksmith

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Step-sons Joseph Spiers aged 14, a Needle Pointer & Channon? Spiers aged 9,  Needle Splitter

Occupied By:

John Spiers

a

Blacksmith

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Children Mellisa? Lester aged 12, Fish Hook Worker & Jane Lester aged 9, Fishing Tackle Worker

Occupied By:

John Lester

a

Fish Hook Filer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Son William Chatterley aged 14, a Needle Gritter

Occupied By:

Job Chatterley

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Step-son Thomas Knight aged 9, Needler

Occupied By:

James Goddard

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Son Alfred Southall aged 11, Needle Hardener

Occupied By:

Edwin Southall

a

Needle Hardener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Children Elizabeth Humphries aged 14, Walter Humphries aged 13 and Harriet Humphries aged 11, Needlers.

Occupied By:

Edward Humphries

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Children Ann Croxall aged 12, Fishing Tackle & Sarah Croxall aged 11, Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

Charles Croxall

a

Groom & Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1861
Son John Crook aged 14, Needler

Occupied By:

John Crook

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1861
Son Edward Lea aged 14, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Lea (widow)

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1861
Son Thomas Parsons aged 13, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

John Parsons

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1861
Children Ann Taylor aged 13, Needle Driller & Henry Taylor aged 10, Needle Trade

Occupied By:

Joseph Taylor

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1861
Children Edwin Duggins aged 12, Errand Boy & Harriet Duggins aged 10, Nurse

Occupied By:

Benjamin Duggins (widower)

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1861
Son George Hall aged 13, a Needle Eyer

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Hall (widow)

a

Needle Straightener

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1861
Daughter Selina Wilkes aged 8, a Fish Line Spinner

Occupied By:

William Wilkes

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1861
Sons Charles Andrews aged 10 & James Andrews aged 9, Needle Spillers

Occupied By:

Peter Andrews

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1861
Son William Randall aged 12, a Needle Spiller

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Randall (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Wapping

In

1861
Son Frederick Moore aged 7, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Noble Moore

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Son Frederick Davis aged 13, a Needle Finisher

Occupied By:

William Davis

a

Beer House Keeper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Daughter Sarah J Sealey aged 14, a Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

Eliza Sealey

a

Fishing Tackle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Daughter Sarah Mogg aged 14, a Dressmaker

Occupied By:

George Mogg

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Daughter Amelia Parr aged 14, a Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

George Parr

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Daughter Hannah Bready, aged 12 a Pupil Teacher

Occupied By:

Hannah Bready

a

Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Sisters Ann Millington aged 14 and Charlotte Millington aged 12 were Needle Pickers

Occupied By:

Harriet Millington

a

Needle Paperer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1861
Step-daughter Elizabeth Hollis, aged 13, a Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

John McQuay

a

Machinist