at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1871
Servant Ellen E Kings aged 12, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Fredrick Smith

a

Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Adelaide Street

In

1871
Boarder William  Hodgetts aged 14 a Erand Boy

Occupied By:

Charles F Ladbury

a

Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

27
Alcester Street

In

1871
Sons William Cashmore aged 14,a  Needle Straightener & George Cashmore aged 12, a Needle Burnisher

Occupied By:

John Cashmore

a

Fruiterer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Son John Edwin Young aged 14, a Boot Shop Assistant

Occupied By:

John Whittle

a

Manager of Boot Shop

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Sons Alfred Millward aged 14 & William H. Millward aged 12,  Machine Needle Makers

Occupied By:

William Millward

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Servant Julia Jerred aged 14, a General Servant

Occupied By:

Joseph Thompson

a

Fishing Tackle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Son Charles Shrimpton aged 14, a Warehouseman

Occupied By:

John Shrimpton

a

Fancy Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Sister-in-law Louisa Field aged 14, a  Draper's assistant

Occupied By:

John Knowles

a

Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Step-daughter Kate Bull aged 14, a Dressmaker

Occupied By:

George Bull

a

Needle Scourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Daughter Mary L. Pritchard aged 12, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Fanny Pritchard (widow)

a

Needle Hander

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Alcester Street

In

1871
Servant Sarah A. Denley aged 14, a General Servant

Occupied By:

Samuel Sparrow

a

Teacher of Music

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

6
Clarks Yard

In

1871
Sons Frank Crow aged 14 & Joseph Crow 9, Needle makers

Occupied By:

James Crow

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

6
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter Mary Elizabeth Crow aged 14, an assistant in Public House

Occupied By:

Thomas Upton Crow

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

82
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter Annie Clews aged 13, a Needle Paperer

Occupied By:

John Clews

a

Warehouseman in Needle Manufactory

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

133
Evesham Street

In

1871
Son Frederick James aged 13, a Needle Finisher

Occupied By:

Richard James

a

Beerhouse Keeper & Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

131
Evesham Street

In

1871
Children Sarah Ann Hobday aged 14, a Dressmaker & Francis W. Hobday aged 13, Needle Finisher

Occupied By:

Sarah Hobday (widow)

a

Earthenware & Glass Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

107
Evesham Street

In

1871
Son William Crow aged 13, a Needler

Occupied By:

Charles Crow

a

Needle Stamper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

72
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter Florence Ludgate aged 14, a Needle Paperer

Occupied By:

Samuel Ludgate

a

Needle Stamper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

69
Evesham Street

In

1871
Niece Annie Chadwick aged 14, a Dressmaker

Occupied By:

Robert Baxter

a

Watch & Clock Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

31
Evesham Street

In

1871
Servant Jane Holt aged 14, General Servant

Occupied By:

John London

a

Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Evesham Street

In

1871
Servant Emma Dipple aged 12, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Thomas Gardner

a

Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

55
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter Elizabeth Shropshire aged 12, a General Servant

Occupied By:

David Shropshire

a

Haberdasher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

2 & 4
Evesham Street

In

1871
Servant Susan Spencer aged 11, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

Moses Cranmore

a

Master Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter Fanny Wilks aged 14, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

William Wilks

a

Boot Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Son Thomas Styler aged 12, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Arthur Styler

a

Bricklayer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Son Thomas aged 14, a Needle Cutter

Occupied By:

David Hill

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Servant Mary Alice Aston aged 10, a General Domestic

Occupied By:

David Sealey

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Grandson James Farr aged 13, a Fish Hook Filer

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Farr (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter Mary Spencer aged 14, a Needle Labeller

Occupied By:

Ellen Spencer

a

Fishing Tackle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Evesham Street

In

1871
Daughter, Ellen Andrews aged 13, a Needle Hander

Occupied By:

Maria Andrews (widow)

a

Dressmaker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1871
Servant Harriet Crisp aged 14, a Domestic Servant

Occupied By:

John Thomas

a

Wine, Spirit, Ale and Porter Merchant

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1871
Sons Joseph Davis aged 12 and William Davis aged 10 were Erand Boys

Occupied By:

Joseph Davis

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Littleworth

In

1871
Son Joseph Partridge aged 13, a Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

Edwin Partridge

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

32
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Daughter Louise 13, Needle trade

Occupied By:

Ann Briggs

a

Needle Trade

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

55
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Son Thomas Devey aged 14, a Baker

Occupied By:

Thomas Devey

a

Baker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

27
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Children Harry Vincent aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker & Elizabeth Vincent aged 13, Needle Driller

Occupied By:

John Vincent

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

17
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Son William Taylor aged 13, Fish Hook Maker

Occupied By:

George Taylor (widower)

a

Green Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

4
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Son William H. Taylor aged 13, Needle Scourer

Occupied By:

William Taylor

a

Coal Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Children Kate Todd aged 13, a Fishing Tackle Maker, Arthur Todd aged 12, Fish Hook Maker & Elizabeth Todd aged 11, Fishing Tackle Maker

Occupied By:

Francis Todd

a

Shoe Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Sons William E. Marris aged 14, a Needle Maker & Thomas Marris aged 12, Errand Boy

Occupied By:

John Maries

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Red Lion Street

In

1871
Daughter Maria aged 13, a Needle Header

Occupied By:

Charles Croxall

a

Groom

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

16
Silver Street

In

1871
Son Thomas Fletcher aged 14, Needle Worker

Occupied By:

Joseph Fletcher

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Children Sidney Styler aged 13, Needle Trade & Margaret Styler aged 11, Needle Trade.

Occupied By:

Diana Styler (widow)

a

Glover

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Sons, Dan Andrews aged 14, Tinworker & Joseph Andrews aged 12, Needle Trade

Occupied By:

John Andrews

a

Paper Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Son Owen Louch aged 13, Needle Trade

Occupied By:

Maria Louch (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Son George Chatterley aged 14, & Grandson Joseph Chatterley aged 12, Needle Makers

Occupied By:

Job Chatterley

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Son James McDermott aged 11, Needle Making

Occupied By:

James McDermott

a

Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Daughter Amelia Lester aged 13, Fish Hook Trade

Occupied By:

Elizabeth Lester

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Son WilliamTaylor aged 13, Errand Boy

Occupied By:

Caroline Taylor

a

Needle Trade

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1871
Children Elizabeth Cooper aged 13, Needle Driller & William Cooper aged 11, Wire Straightener

Occupied By:

Hannah Cooper (widow)

a

Laundress

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Vine Street

In

1871
Sons Alfred Henry Duggins aged 13, Errand Boy and Jonas Duggins aged 11, Palm Maker

Occupied By:

Joseph Duggins

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
William Street

In

1871
Son George Jones aged 13, a Warehouse Boy

Occupied By:

David Jones

a

Needle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
William Street

In

1871
Son Paul James aged 12, a Telegraph Boy

Occupied By:

Thomas James

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1871
Children John Thomas Smith aged 13,  a Needle Fitter and Elizabeth Smith aged 11, a Needle Paperer

Occupied By:

Thomas Smith

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1871
Son Alfred Sealey aged 13, a Fish Hook Cutter-out

Occupied By:

Daniel Sealey

a

Needle Polisher and Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1871
Daughter Ann Elizabeth Houghton aged 14, a Needle Case Maker

Occupied By:

Emma  Houghton

a

Needle Paperer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1871
Children Elizabeth H Hill aged 14, a Needle Labeller and Ernest F Hill aged 12, a Erand Boy

Occupied By:

Frederick Hill

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1871
Children Charles Wilkinson aged 14, a Fish Hook Maker and Matilda Wilkinson aged 13, a Needle Maker

Occupied By:

John Wilkinson

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Windsor Street

In

1871
Granddaughter Elizabeth Prescott aged 14, Bright-work in Needles

Occupied By:

Thomas Fowler

a

Fish Hook Maker