Section D Households

Ham Hill

 pel002
B404
Robert Thomas Langridge, 67
Builder and contractor
B405
Alice Langridge, 71
Grocer’s shop keeper
B406
Ernest Langridge, 41
Assists in grocer’s shop
B407
Maria Langridge, 37
B408
Alice Langridge, 33
Teacher, elementary
B409
Violet Emmeline Langridge, 30
Dressmaker
B410
Muriel Langridge, 27
Teacher, elementary
B411
Mary Mabel Langridge, 25

Ham Hill

B412
Alfred Capon, 57
Bricklayer’s labourer
B413
Agatha Capon, 55
Wife
B414
Percy Capon, 26
House painter
B415
Joseph Capon, 18
House painter
B416
Frances Capon, 15
capon-roseB417
Rose Capon, 12
Picture 1912
British Schools

[2] Crayford Terrace, Ham Hill

goble-fB495
Frederick Goble, 44
Cement labourer
goble-mB496
Margaret Goble, 50
Wife
B497
Alice Chapman, 36
Step-daughter; domestic servant
B498
Daisy Goble, 17
B499
Bertie Goble, 15
Labourer on farm
B500
Albert [Edward] Goble, 14
(1895-1914)
Killed in WWI: Pathfinder
B501
Archie Goble, 13
B502
William Goble, 12
B503
George Goble, 10
B504
Arthur Goble, 8
B505
Bertha Goble, 6
B507
Reginald Goble, 4
B508
Edith Goble, 1
gobleFurther Notes:
Frederick Goble (1892-1917), [son in navy, 19]
Killed in WWI: Negro
;

 

Ham Hill

B592
John Bridger, 70
Cement labourer
(1841-1932)
B593
Rebecca Bridger, 66
Wife
(1844-1913)

Brook Lane, Ham Hill

B596
Joseph Edward Maytum, 57
Cement labourer
maytum-mrsB597
Fanny Maytum, 50
Wife
B598
John Maytum, 24
Cement labourer
Served in WWI
B599
Alice Maud Maytum, 18
B600
Ivy Kathleen Maytum, 12
scholar
cogger-fB601
Frederick Joseph Cogger, 22
Cement labourer
Further Notes
Son: George Henry Maytum (1885-1955)
Son: Percy Maytum (1897-1917)
Killed in WWI
3 other children died young

Ham Hill

williams-ap-1B664
Rev. Andrew Pollok Williams, 35
Clerk in Holy Orders
Further Notes
Born Newmilns, Ayr, Scotland, 1875
8 Nov 1908 made priest with responsibility for Christ Church
Institution and Induction there 12 May 1911
Married Ada Brooker there on 6 June 1911
Resigned on 6 Oct 1927 and moved to All Hallows, Hoo.
Rector of Stansted 1931-1950; died 1954
Keen footballer (Snodland Invicta) and ran a boxing club

Ham Hill

pile-h-3B665
Horace Pile, 54
Jobbing gardener
( )
picture: 1912 cricket

B666
Mary Ellen Pile, 42
Wife; laundress
( )
B667
Barbara Pile, 15
B668
Leslie Pile, 12
B669
Allen Pile, 9
B670
Nellie Gordon, 21
Visitor, single

 

Fairview, Ham Hill

skinner-cB702
Charles [Thomas] Skinner, 28
Tying paper labourer
(1882-1957)
(Picture 1904, football)
B703
Rose Skinner, 28
Wife
(1883-1961)
B704
Evelyn [May] Skinner, 2
(1908-
B705
Charles Skinner, 7 months
(1910-
B706
Frederick Still, 75
Grandfather
(1833-1912)
B707
Matilda Still, 72
Grandmother
(1834-1921)

2 Hilda Terrace, Ham Hill

B725
William George Wimsett, 42
Labourer, cement works
B726
Emma Jane Wimsett, 42
Wife
B727
William Wimsett, 17
Labourer on farm
B728
Lizzie Wimsett, 16
wimsettfB729
Fred Wimsett, 14
Cycle repairer
(1897-1915)
Killed in WWI
B730
Annie Wimsett, 11
School
B731
Christopher Wimsett, 9
School
B732
Arthur Wimsett, 7
School
B733
Leonard Wimsett, 3
B734
Thomas Wimsett, 2
B735
William May, 30
Brother-in-law
Labourer, cement works
wimsettbFurther notes
[not in census]:
Bert Wimsett, (1890-1960) eldest son, Gloucestershire regiment,
Fought in WWI