Descendants of Mr Thomas JAMES born Dorsetshire 1798

Notes


46. Miss Ida Patience LAWTON

1901 Census: aged 4 years, living with Sam & Harriet Tuton (cousins) at 2 Warwick Road, Batley Carr, Batley. Her mother had passed away in 1899.


47. Miss Janet LAWTON

Birth registration: Dewsbury, W Yorkshire GRO Ref 9b 661


49. Mr Fred JAMES

1891 Census - aged 2 living at 39 Albion Street, Dewsbury.

1901 Census - aged 12 living at 12 Upper Cross Street, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 22 living at Fearnside Cottage, Chickenley Heath with his parents.
Occupation - Wrought Iron Pulley Maker.

At the time of his marriage, Fred resided at 119 Middle Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.

In April 1959 he resided at 158 Old Bank Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.


Miss Ethel HIRST

At the time of her Christening, Ethel was with her parents at 6 Harriott Street, Dewsbury.

1891 Census: Living in Earlsheaton, Dewsbury with her parents and brother Fred.

1901 Census: Living at 12 Victoria Road, Dewsbury with her parents and brothers Fred and John Arthur.
Occupation: Machine Carpet Rug Binder.

At the time of her marriage, Ethel resided at 375 Victoria Crescent, Leeds Road, Dewsbury.
Fred and Ethel moved to 158 Old Bank Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.

Registered death Dewsbury Vol 2b Page 306


50. Mr Thomas Mitchell JAMES

1901 Census - aged 8 living at 12 Upper Cross Street, Dewsbury.

In April 1959 he resided at 76 Francis Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.


51. Mr Harry JAMES

1901 Census - aged 1 living at 12 Upper Cross Street, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 11, living with his family at Fearnside Cottage, Chickenley Heath. Still attending school.

Naval Service Record:  Service No. J43115 11th AUG 1915 Boy II class on HMS Ganges - was warehouse boy in civilian life.
11th FEB 1916 Boy I class on HMS Ganges, boys training establishment at Shotley, near Ipswich.
13th MAR 1916 Boy I class on HMS Prince George - Majestic-class battleship at Chatham.
15th SEP 1916 Boy I class on HMS Pembroke I - Royal Naval Shore Establishment at Chatham.
30th NOV 1916 Boy I class on HMS Egmont (Port Said) - RN Depot.
26th OCT 1917 Signed up as Ordinary Seaman for 12 years - on HMS Egmont (Port Said) - RN Depot.
8th MAY 1918 Able Seaman on HMS Egmont (Port Said)- RN Depot.
1st JUL 1918 Able Seaman on HMS Duke (Port Said) - RN Depot.
17th APR 1919 Able Seaman on HMS Hannibal (Port Said)- Majestic-class battleship, disarmed.
12th JUL 1919 Able Seaman on HMS Victory I (Portsmouth land base?).
2nd MAR 1920 Able Seaman on HMS Antrim - Devonshire-class armoured cruiser - wireless and ASDIC trials ship in 1920.
25th FEB 1921 Able Seaman on HMS Excellent (Royal Naval gunnery school, Whale Island, Portsmouth).
18th OCT 1921 Invalid in Haslar Royal Naval Navy Hospital (Gosport).
15th NOV 1921 Invalided out of Royal Navy (Neurasthenia).

He became a Foreman Welder.


Miss Ethel SCHOFIELD

1901 Census - aged 3 months, living with parents at 19 Elmund Street, Dewsbury.

1911 Census - aged 10, living with parents at 19 Elmwood Street, Dewsbury.

1948 - from marriage certificate to Fred Stott 27/3/1948 - profession shown as Blanket weaver


53. Miss Amy Harrison BROOKE

Baptism on 4 Sept 1888 at St John the Baptist, Daw Green, Dewsbury, the same time as Harrison James, son of Thomas James (Amy's grandfather)


Mr James Edgar BAILEY

1911 Census: aged 27 years, living with his wife and son at 85 Mill Lane, Hanging Heaton, Dewsbury.
Occupation: Colliery Agent.


85. Miss Norah KING

Nora died in 1990 from a brain tumor. Photo is Nora aged 15 years

Occupation: Weaver


Mr George ROBSON

Occupation: Plate Layer


Mr John Walter STEER

Occupation: Wood worker