Descendants of Mr Thomas JAMES born Dorsetshire 1798

Notes


24. Miss Ellen JAMES

1881 Census: Upper Cross St, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England.  Aged 19 years.
Occupation: Servant


Mr James Stead BARBER

1871 Census: Aged 7 years, living with his parents and sisters Sophia and Louisa at Bradford Road, Dewbury.

1881 Census: Aged 17 years, living with his parents and sisters Sophia, Louisa, and brother Arthur at Bradford Road, Dewbury.
Occupation: Pianoforte maker's Apprentice.

1891 Census: Aged 27 years, living with his wife Ellen and his daughter Claudine at Wakefield Road, Chickenley Heath, Earlsheaton.
Occupation: Cabinet Maker.

1901 Census: Aged 37 years, living with his wife Ellen, his daughter Claudine and son Horace at 7 Watergate Road, Dewsbury.
Occupation: Wood box packing maker.

1911 Census: Aged 47 years, Living with his wife Ellen and son Horace at 7 Watergate Road Dewsbury.
Occupation: Slater Labourer.
Horace aged 19 years was a Joiners Apprentice.


26. Miss Patience JAMES

1881 Census: Upper Cross St, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England.  Aged 11 years

1891 Census: Living in Wakefield Rd with her husband Joseph.
Occupation: Cloth Mender


Mr Joseph LAWTON

1891 Census: aged 20 years living at Wakefield Rd, Chickenley, Dewsbury, with his wife Patience.
Occupation: Cloth Fuller

1901 Census: aged 30 years, widower living in Nab Lane, Mirfield.


Marriage Notes for Miss Patience James and Mr Joseph LAWTON

Married either LAWTON  Joseph   or  DONNELLON  John Bernard


27. Mr William Herbert JAMES

1871 Census - aged 7, scholar, living at Wood Street, Dewsbury.

1881 Census - aged 16, Iron Moulder, living with parents at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury.

1891 Census - aged 27, Iron Moulder, living at 39 Albion Street, Dewsbury.

From the 1901 British Census, William and his wife Mary lived at 12 Upper Cross Street, Dewsbury, Yorkshire. At the same address was his oldest son, Fred (12), Tom (8) and Harry aged 1 year. Jack was born later during 1905.

1911 Census - aged 45, living with his wife Mary Alice and family at Fearnside Cottage, Chickenley Heath.
William was an Iron Moulder.
Fred, aged 22 was a Wrought Iron Pulley Maker.
Tom, aged 18 was a Coal Miner.
Hary and Jack, aged 11 and 6, were attending school.
(1911 Census - Yorkshire West Riding - Soothill Nether - ED 12 - Image 390)

After his father's death, William took over the family business


Miss Mary Alice MITCHELL

1871 Census: Aged 4 years, living with parents between Thornton Street and Tweedale Street, Hanging Heaton, Dewsbury.

1881 Census: Aged 14 years, living with parents at Cross Street.

Occupation: Nurse (Dom)

1891 Census - aged 25, living with family at 39 Albion Street, Dewsbury

1901 Census - aged 34, living with family at 12 Upper Cross Street, Dewsbury


48. Master Tom JAMES

Tom died in infancy aged 21 months


28. Miss Annie JAMES

1871 Census - aged 5, scholar, living at Wood Street.

1881 Census - aged 15 Years, living at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury.  
Occupation: Power Loom Weaver.

1901 Census - aged 35 Years, living with husband Lewis and daughter Amy Harrison Brooke at Commercial Road, Dewsbury.

England & Wales, National Probate.
Brooke, Annie of 7 Spring Street, Springfield, Dewsbury,Yorkshire (wife of Lewis Brooke)died 25th August 1909. Probate London 9th April 1936 to Amy Harrison Bailey (wife of James Edgar Bailey). Effects £285.


Mr Lewis BROOKE

1881 Census - aged 17 Years, living with parents at Wilson Wood, Batley Carr, Batley.
Occupation: Machine Warper Woolen.

1887 Occupation: Warehouseman

1901 Census - aged 37 Years, living with wife Annie and daughter Amy Harrison Brooke at Commercial Road, Dewsbury. RG13 4268
Occupation: Iron Founder.


29. Mr Harry JAMES

1871 Census - aged 2, living at Wood Street

1881 Census - aged 12, living at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
Occupation: Errand Boy.

1891 Census - aged 22, living at 3 Henry Street, Batley, with his wife Annie and daughter Emma.
Occupation: Iron Moulder.


Miss Annie MILNES

1901 Census - aged 30, living at 8 Woodfield Terrace, Batley Carr, now a widow with her daughter Emma and son Edward.
Occupation: Woolen Weaver


54. Miss Emma Maud JAMES

1901 Census - aged 12 years, living at 8 Woodfield Terrace, Batley, West Yorkshire, with her mother Annie and brother Edward.

1911 Census - aged 22 years, living with her aunt, Martha James, at 10 Warwick Road, Batley Carr.
Occupation - Weaver.


Mr Victor SYKES

Name: Victor Sykes (Death Record)
Birth Place: Batley, Yorks
Residence: Batley
Death Date: 17 May 1918
Rank: Private
Regiment: Northumberland Fusiliers
Battalion: 9th Battalion.
Number: 242062
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds
Theatre of War: Aldershot
Comments: Formerly 28989, K.R.R.

Name: Victor Sykes (Medal Record)
Regiment or Corps: Northumberland Fusiliers, Northumberland Fusiliers, Northumberland Fusiliers
Regimental Number: 44563, 5/6832, 242062

Grave/Memorial Reference: IX. A. 65.  BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY

Boulogne-sur-Mer is a large Channel port. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, one of the town cemeteries, lies in the district of St Martin Boulogne, just beyond the eastern (Chateau) corner of the Citadel (Haute-Ville). The cemetery is a large civil cemetery, split in two by the Rue de Dringhem, just south of the main road (RN42) to St Omer. The Commonwealth War Graves plot is located down the western edge of the southern section of the cemetery, with an entrance in the Rue de Dringhen. Car parking is available along the Rue de Dringhen.
Boulogne, was one of the three base ports most extensively used by the Commonwealth armies on the Western Front throughout the First World War. It was closed and cleared on the 27 August 1914 when the Allies were forced to fall back ahead of the German advance, but was opened again in October and from that month to the end of the war, Boulogne and Wimereux formed one of the chief hospital areas. Until June 1918, the dead from the hospitals at Boulogne itself were buried in the Cimetiere de L'Est, one of the town cemeteries, the Commonwealth graves forming a long, narrow strip along the right hand edge of the cemetery. In the spring of 1918, it was found that space was running short in the Eastern Cemetery in spite of repeated extensions to the south, and the site of the new cemetery at Terlincthun was chosen. During the Second World War, hospitals were again posted to Boulogne for a short time in May 1940. The town was taken by the Germans at the end of that month and remained in their hands until recaptured by the Canadians on 22 September 1944. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery contains 5,577 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and 224 from the Second World War. The Commonwealth plots were designed by Charles Holden.


55. Mr Edward JAMES

1901 Census - aged 8 years, living at 8 Woodfield Terrace, Batley, West Yorkshire, with his mother Annie and sister Emma.

1911 Census - aged 18 years, living with his aunt, Martha James, at 10 Warwick Road, Batley Carr.
Occupation - Apprentice Barber.

1913 possible marriage Edward James & Ethel Henderson (Leeds 9b 1115) Jul/Sept 1913


30. Miss Margaret JAMES

1871 Census - aged 11 months, living at Wood Street, Dewsbury

1881 Census - aged 10 years, living at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
Occupation: Scholar.

1901 Census - Aged 30 years, living with family at Thornhill, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 40 years, living with family at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.
Occupation


Mr David MAYALL

1881 census - aged 13 years living with parents at 1 South View, Thornhill, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
Occupation: Woolen Weaver.

1901 Census - Aged 33 years, living with family at Thornhill, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 43 years, living with his family at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.
Occupation - Power Loom Tuner.


Marriage Notes for Miss Margaret James and Mr David MAYALL

Ecclesiastical Parish: Thornhill Lees Holy Innocents.


56. Mr Tom James MAYALL

1901 Census - Aged 9 years, living with parents at Thornhill, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 19 years, living with parents at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.
Occupation - Car Conductor (Tram)


57. Miss Gertrude MAYALL

1901 Census - Aged 8 years, living with parents at Thornhill, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 18 years, living with parents at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.
Occupation - Cloth Weaver.


58. Mr Willie Vanson MAYALL

1901 Census - Aged 6 years, living with parents at Thornhill, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 16 years, living with parents at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.
Occupation - Drapers Assistant.


59. Mr Walter MAYALL

1911 Census - aged 14 years, living with parents at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.
Occupation - Bakers Errand Boy.


60. Miss Maggie MAYALL

1901 Census - Aged 2 years, living with parents at Thornhill, Dewsbury.


61. Mr Harrison MAYALL

1911 Census - aged 7 years, living with parents at Carlton House, Soothill Nether.


31. Miss Sarah JAMES

1881 Census - aged 8 years, living at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
Occupation: Scholar.

1891 Census - aged 18, living with parents at 2 Albion Street, Dewsbury.
Occupation: Dressmaker.


Mr Ernest BROADHEAD

1901 Census: aged 29 years, living with his family at 76 Dark Lane, Batley.
Occupation: Cloth Drawer in woolen mill.


32. Miss Edith Eugene JAMES

1881 Census - aged 6 years, living at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
Occupation: Scholar.

1891 Census - aged 16, living with parents at 2 Albion Street, Dewsbury.
Occupation: Woollen Weaver,

1901 Census: aged 24 years, living at the Craven Heifer Public House, with her husband Steel, her son Albert aged 3 years, his mother-in-law Ellen aged 61 years,  and a domestic servant Florence Evans aged 19 years.

1911 Census: aged 36 years, living at 7 King Street, Scarborough with her husband  and son.
Occupation: Lodging House Proprietor.


Mr Steel Farrar BROADBENT

1901 Census: aged 33 years, licenced victualler at the Craven Heifer Public House.
Registered at Victoria Road was his wife Edith, his son Albert aged 3 years, his mother Ellen aged 61 years, his uncle Joseph and a domestic servant Florence Evans aged 19 years.

1911 Census: aged 43 years, living at 7 King Street, Scarborough with his wife and son.
Occupation: Lodging House Proprietor.


64. Mr Albert BROADBENT

1911 Census: aged 13 years, living at 7 King Street, Scarborough with his parents.
Occupation: Solicitors Junior Clerk.


Registerd at Dewsbury ref GRO 9b 592   or   GRO 9b 687

Possible marriage to Ruby Cannings Jun 1931 or Nora Field Jun 1933


33. Miss Zillah JAMES

1881 Census - aged 3 years, living at Crackenedge Lane, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

1891 Census - aged 13, living with parents at 2 Albion Street, Dewsbury

At the time of her marriage living at Springfield Cottage, Dewsbury.


Mr Tom COULTHERD

1901 Census: aged 26 years, living in a boarding house in Wakefield Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.
Occupation: Book Binder.


35. Mr Harrison JAMES

1891 Census - aged 2 Years, living  with his parents at 2 Albion Street, Dewsbury.

Married in Scarborough June 1908. GRO ref 9d 742.  Rose Ann Watson.


36. Miss Carrie JAMES

1881 Census: 107 Castle Road, Scarborough, Yorkshire, England.
Aged 8 years, scholar.

1901 Census - aged 29, living at 6 Langdale Villas, Cemetery Road, Scarborough, Yorkshire, with parents. Carrie was a music teacher working from home.


Mr William Henry GAMBLE

Occupation: Leather Seller(Currier)