at:

Were the following Young Workers:

3
Adelaide Street

In

1901
Daughter Clara Styler aged 14, a Fish Hook Bender

Occupied By:

John Styler

a

Coal Hawker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

23
Adelaide Street

In

1901
Daughter Annie Duggins aged 13, a Fish Hook Bender

Occupied By:

Frank Duggins

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

27
Adelaide Street

In

1901
Daughter Nellie Wills aged 13, a Nurse Girl

Occupied By:

Albert Penfield Wills

a

Stock Keeper Factory

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

1
Adelaide Street

In

1901
Son Howard Wheeler aged 14, a Warehouse Boy

Occupied By:

Reuben Wheeler

a

Fish Hook Bearder

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

39
Alcester Street

In

1901
Children Alfred Court aged 14, & Herbert Court 13, Fish Hook Flatteners

Occupied By:

Sarah A. Court (widow)

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

29
Alcester Street

In

1901
Servant Amelia Dadley aged 14, a General Servant

Occupied By:

John Gough Millward

a

Beerhouse Keeper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

33
Alcester Street

In

1901
Son Percy J. Dyer aged 14,  a Saddlers Assistant

Occupied By:

John Dyer

a

Ironmonger & General Dealer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

38
Alcester Street

In

1901
Daughter Nellie Hopkins aged 14, an Artificial Fly Dresser

Occupied By:

Mary Ann Hopkins (widow)

a

Fancy Draper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

137
Evesham Street

In

1901
Son Harry T. Humphries aged 13, a Solicitor's Clerk

Occupied By:

Edward George Humphries

a

Butcher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

111
Evesham Street

In

1901
Son Ralph Coleman aged 14, a Needle Manufacturer's Office Boy

Occupied By:

Augustine Coleman

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

90
Evesham Street

In

1901
Servant Bertie Boon aged 14, a Grocer's assistant

Occupied By:

George Harry Dawkins

a

Grocer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

72
Evesham Street

In

1901
Daughter Mary A. Ludgate aged 14, Fly Dresser

Occupied By:

Charles Ludgate

a

Fish Hook Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

76
Evesham Street

In

1901
Granddaughter Elizabeth Blackford aged 14, a Fishing Tackle Maker

Occupied By:

Henry Blackford

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

6
Izods Yard

In

1901
Daughter Amy Jones aged 13, Needle Eyer

Occupied By:

Robert Jones

a

Bicycle Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

59
Oakly Road

In

1901
Son Frank I Ashfield aged 13, a Barbers Assistant

Occupied By:

William Ashfield

a

Retail Grocer Porter

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

23
Oakly Road

In

1901
Boarder Alfred Johnson aged 14, a Warehouseman Needles

Occupied By:

Emily Dobbins

a

Gut Line Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

35
Oakly Road

In

1901
Son Harold Moberley aged 14, a Rod Maker

Occupied By:

Alfred Moberley

a

Needle Pointer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

61
Oakly Road

In

1901
Daughter Sarah Savery aged 14, a Needle Hander

Occupied By:

George Savery

a

Needle Finisher

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

103
Oakly Road

In

1901
Son Edward Knight aged 14, a Spoke Maker

Occupied By:

Edward W. Knight (widower)

a

Turner of Chain Wheels

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

109
Oakly Road

In

1901
Son Hubert Chatterley aged 14, a Needle Spitter

Occupied By:

Alfred Chatterley

a

Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

53
Oakly Road

In

1901
Children Elsie M. Hunt aged 14, a Dressmaker's Apprentice & William Hunt aged 13, Publishers Office Boy

Occupied By:

Henry Hunt

a

Needle Maker Filer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

49
Oakly Road

In

1901
Daughter Nellie Cooper aged 14, a Fish Hook Paperer

Occupied By:

Wiliam R. J. Cooper

a

Railway Engine Driver

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Oakly Road

In

1901
Son George H. Sealey 14, Clerk Warehouse-Fishing Tackle

Occupied By:

George Sealey

a

Fishing Tackle Commercial Traveller

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

45
Park Road

In

1901
Son George Jelf aged 14 a Chemists Apprentice

Occupied By:

George Jelf

a

Engineer's Pattern Maker

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

12
Park Road

In

1901
Servant Annie Powell aged 13, a General Servant

Occupied By:

Sidney L Huins

a

Boot Factor

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

16
Park Road

In

1901
Son James S Smith aged 14, a Clerk Commercial

Occupied By:

William E Smith

a

Mineral Water Manufacturer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

41
Red Lion Street

In

1901
Son Harry Cartwright aged 14 Chain Wheel Worker

Occupied By:

Thomas Cartwright

a

Fish Hook Filer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

19
Red Lion Street

In

1901
Daughter Sarah Brough aged 14, Fish Hook ?

Occupied By:

Alfred Brough

a

Railway Plate Layer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

8
Red Lion Street

In

1901
Daughter Harriet Prescott aged 14,  Hair ? Wrapper

Occupied By:

Reuben Prescott

a

Fish Hook Filer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

10
Red Lion Street

In

1901
Son Thomas Cund aged 14, ? Fish Hook Factory

Occupied By:

Thomas Cund

a

Inn Keeper

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

2
Silver Street

In

1901
Son Tom Bennett aged 14, Office Boy

Occupied By:

John H. Bennett

a

Bricklayer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

Unknown
Silver Street

In

1901
Daughter Elizabeth French aged 14, a Fish Hook Filer

Occupied By:

Walter French

a

General Labourer

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

24
Windsor Street

In

1901
Daughters Ada F Chillingworth aged 14 and Margrett Chillingworth aged 13 were Fishing Tackle Makers

Occupied By:

Charles Chillingworth

a

Coachman Livery Stable

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

14
Worcester Road

In

1901
Son Harold Smallwood aged 14, an Office Boy, Council Offices

Occupied By:

John Smallwood

a

Warehouseman

at:

Were the following Young Workers:

2
Worcester Road

In

1901
Son James H. Wilkes aged 14, a Commercial Clerk

Occupied By:

Charles Wilkes

a

Rod Maker