Section B Households

Ferry House

(Picture c.1904)
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HENRY ROBERT HUCKS, 52
Ferryman
(1858-1938)
1584
BERTHA ELIZABETH HUCKS, 27
Housekeeper
(1883-
Picture also shows RUTH EMILY HUCKS (1891-1980) (not in 1911 census)
HENRY ROBERT, born Mereworth; died at 41 Holcombe Road, Rochester 24 November 1938; buried Snodland cemetery 28 November 1938
bertha-elizabeth-hucks-albert-william-knott-wedding-1919BERTHA ELIZABETH; born Birling; bapt. there 8 October 1883; married Albert William Knott, All Saints, Snodland, 9 June 1919 (picture)

1 Church Terrace, High Street

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Owen Burrluck, 33
Stoker
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Minnie Burrluck, 35
Wife
1587
Minnie Burrluck, 14
Daughter (pictured)
1588
James Burrluck, 5
Son
1589
Owen Burrluck, 2
Son
1590
Lottie Burrluck, 8 months
Daughter

2 Church Terrace, High Street

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Arthur Monk, 40
Cement labourer (pictured)
1592
Sarah Monk, 34 (pictured)
Wife
1593
Doris Monk, 9
Daughter
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Arthur Monk, 8
Son (pictured)
1595
Bessie Monk, 6
Daughter
1597
Ronald Monk, 2
Son
1598
Nelson Monk. 4 months
son

4 Church Terrace, High Street

peterscSILAS PETERS, 57
(1853-1914)
Lighterman
and
1605
HENRY VICTOR THOMAS PETERS, 15
( 1895- )
Houseboy

 

 

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BETSY EMMA PETERS, 58
(1852-1927)
and
EMILY FLORENCE
(1890-)
(not on census; married 1908
In Strood district)

 

 

 

6 Church Terrace, High Street

1610
Albert Monk, 63
Cement miller
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Louisa Monk, 65
Wife (pictured)
1612
Margaret May Monk, 17
Granddaughter

1610a-adelaide-monk-d-of-1610[not in census]:
Adelaide Monk
Daughter
(1884- )

3 Mill Row

1636
William Still, 57
General labourer
1637
Annie Still, 53
Wife
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Ralph Still, 24
Machinist cutting lead fibre
(Lead Wool Company)

(Picture 1920)

 

 

 

1639
William Still, 20
Labourer, fire cement
(Lead Wool Company)

3 Railway Terrace, High Street

1678
Agnes Moody, 50
Paper sorter; widow

1679
William [John] Moody, 19
Confectioner and tobacconist [at J.H.Burke]
Killed in WWI
(1891-1917)
1680
Marie Moody, 18
Dressmaker
(1892- )
1681
Frank [Josiah] Moody, 16
Labourer
(1894-1977)
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Percy Moody, 13
Grocer’s assistant
(1897-1957)
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May Moody, 10
(1901-1952)
Picture c.1917

 

 

 

2 Railway Terrace, High Street

1684
WILLIAM BANKS 65
Labourer
(1847-1921)
1685
ELIZABETH BANKS, 64
wife
(1848-1915)
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WALTER JOHN BANKS, 28
Labourer, paper mill
(1884-1917)
Killed in WWI

1687
BERTHA AGNES BANKS, 23
Sorter [paper mill]
(1888- )
1688
ALICE LOUISA BANKS,
School; granddaughter

1 Railway Terrace, High Street
1689
Alfred George Parris, 47
Chalk worker
(1864-1916)
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Mary Ellen Parris, 48
Wife
(1862-1930)

(Picture 1920)

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Cicely Mary Ellen Parris, 26

(Picture 1920)

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William Henry Parris, 22
Cement labourer
(1889-1948)

(Picture 1920)

1693
James Capon Parris, 21
Labourer
1694
Alfred Thomas Parris, 16
Reeler, paper mill
1695
Ernest Albert Parris, 14
Farm boy
1696
Violet Ruth Parris, 12
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Grace Evelina Parris, 10

(Picture 1920)

 

 

 

1698
Elsie Constance Naomi Parris, 8
1699
Alfred Richard John Parris, 6

[5] Railway Place, High Street

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WILLIAM REYNOLDS, 54
Bricklayer, paper mill
(1857-1931)
1701
MARY ANN REYNOLDS, 52
Wife (nee Stevens)
(1857-1937)
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ERNEST WILLIAM REYNOLDS, 18
Baker’s assistant
(1893- )
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CHARLES REYNOLDS, 16
Reeler boy, paper mill
(1894-)

 

Nyanza House, High Street

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1723
John Palmer, 59
Physician and surgeon
1724
Emma Appleton, 51
Servant

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1725
Edward Ansell, 22
Servant [chauffeur]

 

 

 

1 May Street

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JOHN ALFRED GOLDING, 28
Pipe fitter, paper mill
(1883- )

1742
EDITH ELIZABETH GOLDING, 24
Wife
(1887- )
Nee CHAPMAN; marr. 1906
1743
JOHN ALFRED GOLDING, 2
(1909- )
1744
ERNEST WILLIAM GOLDING, 4m
(1910- )

2 Portland Place [now 15] May Street

1771
George Chapman, 63
Cement labourer
(1846-1915)
1772
Elizabeth Anne Chapman, 62
Wife
(1849-1927)
1773
Frederick Thomas Chapman, 33
(1877-)
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Edgar Belson Chapman, 29
Cement labourer
(1881-)
Wounded in WWI
(1904)

1775
Harold William Chapman, 27
Compositor
(1884-)
1776
Frank Septimus Chapman, 22
Cooper’s labourer
(1888-1915)
Discharged from WWI as medically unfit
1777
Bertie Sydney Chapman, 20
Machine boy
(1890-1945)
Other children (not on census:
Fitzall George (1870-); Ernest John (1872-); Annie Eliza (1875-) = Baldwin; Edith Elizabeth (1886-) = Golding

3 Portland Place, May Street

1778
Edgar Lewis Fuller Hayward, 36
Dairyman
1779
Clara Hayward, 33
Wife
1780
Charles William Hayward, 11
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Edith Hayward, 8 (pictured)
1782
Dorothy Hayward, 5
1783
Ivy Haward, 3
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Nora Hayward, 2 (pictured)

1 Springvale Place [now 19] May Street

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ALFRED MECOY, 62
(1848- )
Fitter’s labourer

1786
EMILY MECOY, 47
( 1863-)
1787
DAISY MECOY, 29
(1881- )
Sorter
1788
EDWIN MECOY, 21
(1889- )
Cutterman
1789
GRACE MECOY, 15
(1897 )
At home

1 Western Cottages [formerly 35] May Street

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Henry George Mayatt, 35
Labourer, paper mill
(1877-1972)
(Picture 1904)
1818
Kate Elizabeth Mayatt, 31
Paper sorter, paper mill
1819
Violet Lily Mayatt, 9

44 May Street

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JOSEPH RAVULUS PHILIPS MAYATT, 62
Paper maker
(1849-1925)
1848
ELIZA ELLEN MAYATT, 60
Paper sorter
(1851-1942)
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ALFRED MAYATT, 28
Labourer, paper mill
(1882-1954)
1850
RUPERT MAYATT, 11
Grandson
(1900-1918: killed WWI)

 

45 May Street

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GEORGE HARDING  PECK, 35
(1877- )
Carpenter, paper mill
Emigrated to Canada in April 1911
1852
MARY PECK, 30
(1880- )
1853
ELLEN ELIZABETH PECK, 10
(1901- )
1854
ARTHUR ALBERT PECK, 8
(1903- )
1855
MAUDE MARION PECK, 7
(1904- )
1856
LILIAN AGNES PECK, 5
(1906- )
1857
DORIS MAY PECK, 3
(1908- )

Millbrook, East Street

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William Fowler, 40
Paper maker
1866
Eliza Fowler, 42
Wife
1867
Florence Fowler, 18
Paper sorter

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Frederick Fowler, 16
Roller in lead wool
(1895-1915)
Killed in WWI

1869
Eleanor May Fowler, 14
At home
1870
Edith Rose Fowler, 11
At home
1871
Hilda Grace Fowler, 9
At home
1872
Leonard James Fowler, 6
At home
1873
Joseph Fowler, 4
At home

Millbrook, East Street

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DAVID REID, 59
(1852-)
Engineer
1875
ELIZABETH REID, 59
(1852-)
1876
JESSIE REID, 24
(1875-)
Paper sorter

[58] May Street

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JAMES EDGELER, 57
(1853-1936 )
Gardener [to Hook family]
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FANNY EDGELER, 61
(1849-1926 )

 

 

 

 

14 May Street

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JOHN LEWIS, 50
( )
Paper mill hand

 

 

 

1919
Alfred Fairman, 47
Waterman (barge)
(1864-1943)
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Lucy Fairman, 33
Wife
fairman-alfred-1

1921
Alfred Fairman, 11
(1899- )
1922
Alice Fairman, 10
1923
Hilda Fairman, 7
1924
Arthur Fairman, 5
1925
Allen Fairman, 3
1926
Bert Fairman, 1

5 [now 26] May Street

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LEWIS EDWARD CARR, 53
(1859-1937)
Blacksmith, paper mill

1960
ALICE CARR, 52
(1860-1951)
1961
MARY ELIZABETH CARR, 15
(1896- )
1962
ALICE LOUSIE CARR, 14
(1898- )

4 May Street

1966
Thomas Burgess, 41
Cement labourer
1967
Jane Burgess, 36
Wife
1968
Frederick Finch, 55
Boarder; chalk digger
1969
George Burgess, 12
1970
Dolly Burgess,, 9
1971
Jessie Burgess, 7
1972
Lizzy Burgess, 4
1973
John Burgess, 1
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David Finch, 12
Boarder’s son
Picture 1912
British Schools
1975
Evelyn Finch, 7
Boarder’s daughter

1 East Street

1989
Joseph Gunner, 29
Labourer, paper mill
1990
Sophia Gunner, 29
Wife
1991
William Gunner, 6
1992
Joseph Gunner, 5
1993
Harry Gunner, 3
1994
Jack Gunner, 1
cowen1995
Herbert Cowen, 21
Boarder; Labourer, paper mill

1996
William Cowen, 15
Boarder; Labourer, paper mill
1997
Eliza Cowen, 19
Boarder; paper sorter
1998
Rona Cowen, 17
Boarder, paper sorter

4 East Street

2008
William Golding, 42
Fishmonger
2009
Ellen Jane Golding, 45
Wife
2010
William Leonard Golding, 17
Paper bag maker
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George Edward Golding, 16
Paper bag printer
(1895-1918)
Killed in WWI

2012
Cyril Clarence Golding, 11
Scholar
2013
Olive Mabel Golding, 9
2014
Edward Charles Golding, 8
2015
Nellie Freda Golding

7 [later 16] East Street [demolished]

2026
Jabez Fowle, 77
Police pensioner
( )
2027
Mary Ann Fowle, 78
Wife
( )
2028
William Fowle, 54
Labourer
( )

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Albert Fowle, 38
Paper maker
( )

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Albert Ernest Fowle, 22
Grandson; printer
Cricket (1906)
(1912 Cricket)        (1909 Football)

8 East Street

2031
George William Viney, 42
Paper maker
2032
Maryann Maria Viney, 41
Wife
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Aubrey Gerald Gower, 14
Cutter boy; nephew

 

 

 

9 East Street
sharp-f2034
Franklyn Sharp, 49
Labourer at paper mill
2035
Jane Sharp, 35
Wife
2036
Alma Sharp, 7
Emily Sharp, 4

12 East Street

2045
Albert Henry Sell, 43
Labourer
2046
Edith Sell, 44
wife
2047
Ella Lavinia Sell, 20
At home
2048
Albert Henry Sell, 19
Labourer
2049
Harold James Leslie Sell, 12
Scholar
sell2050
Arthur Herbert Sell, 11
Scholar
Killed in WWI
(1899-1918)

 

1 Vine Cottages, East Street [demolished]

2058
MARY ANN LUCAS, 65
Widow [of Edward, d.1903]
(1847-1923)
2059
EDWARD LUCAS, 34
Papermaker’s labourer
(1877-1950)
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CHARLIE LUCAS, 26
Fitter’s labourer
(1884-1948)
2062
ALBERT JOHN LUCAS, 22
Cement labourer
(1888-1961)
2063
EMILY CONSTANCE MORTLEY, 14
Niece
(1897- )

2 Vine Cottages, East Street [demolished]

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CHRISTOPHER ANDREWS, 51
(1860-1937)
Smith’s mate, striker
2073
MARY ANDREWS, 51
(1860-1937)
Nee SAUNDERS
2074
ELIBRIS ANDREWS, 19
(1891-)
Paper bag maker, paper bag factory
2075
GERALD ANDREWS, 13
(1897-)
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RUPERT ANDREWS, 12
(1898-1917)
Killed in action
2077
MILDRED ANDREWS, 10
(1900-)
Married HOPKINS, 1926
2078
EDWARD ANDREWS, 8
(1903-)
2079
RUTH ANDREWS, 6
(1907-)

2 [later 3] Vine Cottages, East Street [demolished]

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WILLIAM PECK, 44
(1867-1947)
Carpenter, paper mill
2081
CLARA PECK, 42
(1869-1944)
2082
REGINALD PECK, 13
(1897- )
2083
ANNIE PECK, 11
2084
EVELYN PECK, 8
(1903-
2085
VERA PECK, 6
(1905- )
2086
LAURA PECK, 4

2 Brook Street

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James Stroud, 54
Cement labourer
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Elizabeth Stroud, 53
Wife
2097
John Stroud, 22
Cement labourer
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Albert [George] Stroud, 20
Waiter (canteen)

2099
Annie Stroud, 16
Nurse (maid)
2100
William Stroud, 13
School
2101
Thomas Stroud, 8
school

4 Brook Street [next to paper bag factory]

2108
WIILLIAM SEMARK, 59
(1852-1926)
2109
ELIZABETH SEMARK, 57
(1854-1930)
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RICHARD SEMARK, 15
(1896-)
Errand boy, public house
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JOE WHITELOCK, 49
( )
Boarder: engineer

 

 

 

1 The Brook

2112
DANIEL ALFRED SAUL, 57
( 1853-1940)
Labourer, paper mill
2113
MARY ANN SAUL, 54
(1857-1918)
(nee BRAMLEY)
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STEPHEN OLIVER SAUL, 19
(1893-)
Labourer, cement works

 

 

 

 

 

3 The Brook

2121
Charles Bishop, 58
Labourer
2122
Anne Weller Bishop, 55
Wife
2123
Ethel Grace Bishop, 17
At home
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Albert Henry Bishop, 13
(1898-1917)
Killed in WWI

 

 

School House, Brook Street

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Charles Godfrey, 51
Headmaster; elementary schoolmaster
(1860-1928)

2161
Edith Ellen Godfrey, 50
(1861-1920)
2162
Edith Gladys Godfrey, 22
Uncertificated elementary teacher
(1888-)
2163
Dorothy Godfrey, 17
(1894-)
2164
William Francis Godfrey, 12
scholar
(1899-)
Fought in WWI

3 Brook Street

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Margaret Viney, 64
School cleaner
(1847-1928)
Picture c.1928

 

 

 

 

Red Lion, Snodland

2240
William Gash, 52
Publican and lighterman
2241
Eliza Harriet Gash, 46
Wife
2242
Alice Kate Gash, 21
At home
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William Gash, 19
Help in business
(1891- )
WWI: Enlisted in Australia
Awarded Military Cross, 1917
2244
Nellie Irene Gash, 14
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Stanley Victor Gash, 12
Scholar
Picture 1923
2246
Hilda Annie Gash, 9
scholar

High Street

2248
William H. Johnson, 53
Cooper, tub maker
2249
Robert Johnson, 14
Scholar
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William [George] Johnson, 14
Scholar
(1897-1917)
Killed in WWI

2251
Ernest H Johnson, 12
Scholar
2252
John Excel, 26
Gas stoker; boarder
2253
Mary Holland, 77
Mother-in-law

Rectory

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Charles de Rocfort Wall, 46
Clergyman
(Picture 1928)
2302
Faith Constance Wall, 33
Wife
2303
Jack Christopher Wall, 9
2304
Mary Isobel Wall, 6
2305
Ellen Elizabeth Stevens, 19
Cook
2306
Louisa May Stevens, 18
housemaid

Post Office, High Street

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The following are named in the 1911 census as post office workers/at the Post Office:
632: Henry Thomas White, 37, postman [4th from left]
1468: A H Lambert, 22, postman, [2nd from left]
1927: James Edward Maynard, 27, postman [3rd from left]
2307: Horace Verrall, 48, sub-postmaster
2308: Selina Verrall, 45, wife
2309: Horace Victor Verrall, 19, subpostmaster’s assistant [7th from left]
2310: Percy Edwin Verrall. 18
2311: Walter John Verrall, 15, clerk to cement manufacturer
2312: Reginald Charles Spencer Verrall, 14, telegraph messenger
2313: Thomas Frederick Verrall, 9
2314: Margaret Lena Verrall, 12
2315: Dorothy Lillian Verrall, 6
3349: Helen Newman, 22, post office clerk
3679: Florence E. Mayger, 16, postal
2307
Horace Verrall, 46
sub postmaster
2308
Selina Verrall, 45
Wife
2309
Horace Victor Verrall, 19
Sub postmaster’s assistant
2310
Percy Edwin Verrall, 18
Clerk to cement works
2311
Walter John Verrall, 15
Telegraph messenger
2312
Reginald Charles Spencer Verrall, 14
None
2313
Thomas Frederick Verrall, 9
2314
Margaret Lena Verrall, 12
Scholar
2315
Dorothy Lillian Verrall, 6
scholar

[38] High Street

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2320
William Charles Betts, 37
Boot dealer
(1874- )
2321
Annie Lorenza Betts, 38
Wife
(1874- )
322
Mary Lauree Betts, 13
(1898-1927)
2323
Edith Christobel Betts, 1
(1910- )
2324
Sydney Cave Partrick, 25
Assistant
( )

13 Malling Road

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Stephen Collison, 35
Butcher (shopkeeper)
2355
Edith Helen Collison, 33
Wife
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Stuart Stephen Collison, 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

23 Malling Road

2366
Edward Quarrington, 56
Greengrocer
2367
Eliza Quarrington, 53
Assisting in business
2368
Filmer Quarrington, 29
Carrier
2369
Nellie Quarrington, 26
Shop assistant
2370
Elizabeth Quarrington, 24
Domestic help
2371
Arthur Quarrington, 19
Greengrocer’s assistant
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Walter Quarrington, 17
Van boy
1893-1915
Killed in WWI

 

 

29 Malling Road

2383
Agnes Jane Hines, 75
Mother; widow
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William Wallace Hines, 50
Waterman (barge)

2385
Alice Maud Hines, 43
Dressmaker
2386
William Wallace Hines, 21
Waterman (barge)
2387
Maud Hines, 20
Dressmaker
2388
Ernest Henry Hines, 17
Clerk
hines-nec2389
Nellie Evan Crosswell Hines, 15
Picture 1921

2390
Annie Gladys Hines, 14
School
2391
Ethel Agnes Hines, 12
2392
Harry John Hines, 9
2393
Alfred Sidney Hines, 8
2394
May Lilian Hines, 6

33 Malling Road

2403
William May, 48
Paper worker
2404
Mildred May, 48
Wife
2405
Harry May, 17
Labourer, paper  mill
2406
Ivy May, 15
At home
may-lily2407
Lilly May, 11
Picture 1912
British Schools

2408
Annie May, 8
2409
Freda May, 2

The Forge [43] Malling Road

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Charles William Hinds, 45
Blacksmith
(1866-1940)

2441
Mary Hinds, 47
Wife
(1864-1912)
2442
Henry Oliver Hinds, 18
Wheelwright
(1893- )
2443
Frederick Charles Hinds, 16
Blacksmith
(1895- )
2444
Mabel Mary Hinds, 14
(1897-)

2 Cox’s Cottages, Malling Road

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Frederick [Thomas] Guyatt, 43
General labourer, cement works
(1867- )
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Eleanor Guyatt, 42
Wife

 

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Leonard [Arthur] Guyatt, 13
Scholar
(1898-1917)
Killed in WWI
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Ivy [Eleanor Jessie] Guyatt, 10
Scholar

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Eva Maud Guyatt, 7
Scholar
2451
Charles F. Horning, 15
Nephew; general labourer
2452
Albert Guyatt, 46
Boarder; general labourer

4 Cox’s Cottages, Malling Road

2460
George Francis, 46
Wood cutter
2461
Elizabeth Francis, 46
Wife
2462
Nowell Francis, 20
Wood cutter
2463
May Francis, 16
Parlour maid
2464
George Francis, 11
2465
Doris Francis, 5
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Leonard Francis, 4

2467
James William Francis, 22
Cement labourer
2468
Elizabeth Francis, 21
wife of JWF
2469
William Eli Francis, 7 months

10 Cox’s Cottages, Malling Road

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Thomas Bates, 59
Unemployed bargeman
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Eliza Bates, 59
Wife
2497
Florence Bates, 29
Daughter
2498
Lily May, 31
Daughter, widow
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Earnest May, 4 (pictured)
Grandson
2500
Lily May, 2
Granddaughter
2501
Nellie May, under 1 month
Granddaughter
2502
Frank Tate, 15
nephew
2495a-rosetta-bates-1873-1965-d-of-2495[not in census]:
Rosetta Bates (daughter)
(1873-1965)

1 Rose Villas, Malling Road

2510
Henry Harris, 51
Cement labourer
2511
Frances Harris, 42
Wife
2512
Daisy Harris, 22
Daughter
2513
Violet Harris, 18
Daughter; rag sorter
2514-henry-harris-18982514
Harry/Henry Harris, 14
labourer (pictured)
2515
Lily Harris, 18 [13?]
Daughter
2516
Albert Harris, 4
Son
2517
Rose Harris, 5
Daughter
2518
Jack Harris, 3
son

4 Rose Villas, Malling Road

2531
Annie Roots, 43
Widow
2532
Willie Roots, 18
Paper maker
2533
Ethel Roots, 15
Domestic servant
roots2534
Frederick Roots, 12
Scholar
(1898-1918)
Killed in WWI

2535
Frederick Sales, 19
Cement labourer; boarder
2536
Ernest Singyard, 24
Cement labourer

4 Wells Terrace, Malling Road

2547
Frederick George Abery, 33
Blacksmith, cement works
2548
Elizabeth Louisa Abery, 39
Wife
2549
Flossy May Abery, 9
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Hester Naomi Caroline Abery, 4

2551
Frederick George Sidney Abery, 1

 

7 Oxford Street

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William Brooker, 31
Platelayer on S.E.Railway
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Emma Laura Brooker, 28
Wife
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2621
Elsie Clara Brooker, 8
Scholar
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2622
George Arthur Brooker, 6
Scholar
2623
Mahala May Brooker, 2
Daughter
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John William Brooker, 1
son

 

5 Oxford Street

2632
Stephen Saunders, 40
Waterman (barge)
2633
Charlotte Saunders, 40
Wife
2634
Maude Saunders, 13
Scholar
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Helen Saunders, 12
Scholar
Picture 1912
British Schools

2636
Ethel Saunders, 10
Scholar
2637
Edna Saunders, 9
Scholar
2638
George Saunders, 7
Scholar
2639
Doris Saunders, 4
2640
Stephen Saunders, 2
2641
Charlotte Saunders, 4 months

21 Oxford Street

3 rooms
2669
ENOCH GRICE, 80
(1834- )
2670
ELIZA JANE GRICE, 58
(1850- )
2671
IVY ELIZA GRICE, 16
At home
(1894-1912)
1 room
2672
MAY ANN NORTH, 36
Charring; widow
(1875)
(NB: Samuel North, her husband, a cement labourer born at Capel, was a boarder in Bramley Road in 1901, but died before the 1911 census)
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GLADYS LOUISA MARY NORTH, 4
(1907-)

2674
SAMUEL RICHARD JOHN NORTH, 2
(1909-)

 

15 Oxford Street

2694
FREDERICK HICKMOTT, 51
Lime worker
(1858-1933)
2695
FRANCES ANN HICKMOTT, 51
(1860-1931 )
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FREDERICK HENRY HICKMOTT, 20
Engineer’s apprentice, paper mill
(1891-1970)
2697
WALTER JOHN HICKMOTT, 6
(1904- )

 

1 Oldbury Villas, Malling Road

2778
John Alfred Burrluck, 40
Cement labourer
2779
Eliza Ann Burrluck, 39
Wife
2780
Henry William Burrluck, 14
Apprentice
2781
Leonard John Burrluck, 13
Scholar
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Evelyn Eleanor Burrluck, 11
Scholar (pictured)
2783
Frederick Hubert Burrluck, 9
Son
2784
George Albert Burrluck, 4
Son
2785
Eileen Emily Burrluck, 2
daughter

2 Oldbury Villas, Malling Road

2786
JAMES THORPE HARDY, 44
Paper maker
(1867- )
2787
MARY JANE FLORENCE HARDY, 42
Wife
(1869- )
2788
JOSEPH WILLIAM HARDY, 16
Baker’s assistamt
(1895- )
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CHARLES REGINALD HARDY, 14
Cutter boy
[paper mill]
(1897- )
2790
HERBERT THOMAS HARDY, 7
(1903- )
2791
ASHLEY GATHORNE HARDY, 3
(1908-)

3 Raymead Villas

2797
William Frank Mills, 47
Cask making, cement trade
2798
Louise Sarah Mills, 48
Wife
2799
Kathleen Bessie Mills, 17
Dressmaker (apprentice)
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Gladys Louise Mills, 12
Picture 1912
British Schools

 

Malling Road

2854
Thomas Fever, 45
Cement burner
2855
Julia Fever, 45
Wife
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Grace Fever, 12
Scholar

 

 

Woodcroft, Malling Road

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2881
ROBERT HEANE SMITH, 46
(1865-1954)
Secretary to Company (Paper Mill)
2882
HARRIET SMITH (nee PEARCE), 45
(1866- )
2883
HAROLD ROBERT SMITH, 18
(1893-1918)
Pupil Elementary Teacher
Killed in WWI
2884
KATHLEEN SMITH, 15
(1896- )
2885
DORIS MABEL SMITH, 12
(1899- )