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201 1871 census - difficult to read occupation Caruicus?????
lived Lurley Street?? 
SQUIRES Robert J (I5965)
202 1871 census George, Henry and james lived with Barbara Smith and John Smith at George Lane.
All 3 were labourers.

1861 census indicates being born at Barking, Essex 
SQUIRES James (I5964)
203 1872 2484 33 IKIN Albert Edward (Bert) (I2343)
204 1876 2512 33 IKIN Annie Evelyn (Nance) (I2345)
205 1878 342 33 COOLEY Harry William Albert (I2281)
206 1881 - census - coal miner
1891 Bridge Sreeet, Polesworth lived with his sister Ann smith 
MILLERSHIP Henry (I12757)
207 1881 - Coal miner MILLERSHIP William (I12666)
208 1881 census
Samuel Ogden 31 carder, Martha 29, Herbert 6, Ann H 3, Peter 2 Samuel 38 Grafton Street, Hyde. Newton

1891 censes brother James living with Samuel
Samuel 41 carder cotton mill, Martha 39, Herbert 16 cop packer mill cotton, Ann H 13 cotton ? spinner , Peter 12, Samuel 10, Elizabeth 9, Edith 7, Beatrice 3, Sarah 2, James 10/12, James 43 - brother goods porter railway 29 Evening Street, Failsworth

1901 census Samuel 51 Carder Cotton mill, Martha 49, Ann H 23, Peter 22 Mi??? cotton mill, Sam 20 Electrical Engineers Apprentice, Elizabeth 19,, cotton frame ? Edith 17 as Elizabeth, Beatrice 13, tailoress apprentice, Sarah 12, James 10, Fred 7, Lewis 6 lived at 37 Timson??? StreetFailsworth 
OGDEN Samuel (I6558)
209 1881 census Lena Selina (I6928)
210 1881 census - James 35 publican, Lena 28, Mary H 7, Sarah A 2 Thomas 6 weeks, with Ada Booth 24 domestic servant, George Howard 27 boarder railway servant and Thomas Howard 25 boarder railway servant
100 Hebers Middleton on Oldham 
OGDEN James (I6557)
211 1881 Scotland Census 3/4 April 1881
lived 54 Wellington St Greenock
Sugar House labourer

Employed by Queensland Railway

1892 - Knox MOORE not there

MOORE Knox 43 Storeman Stores Southern division p. 170 og G.G. 30 June 1901.

1910 - MOORE Knox 56 Labourer Stores Branch Southern Districts. p. 880

1919 Moore K S Labourer Stores Souther Districts Brisbane p. 1508

1894 - Lived Marquis Street, Thompson Estate

Electoral Roll 1913 - Division of Oxley Subdivision of Coorparoo
Elizabeth, boot machinist
James, painter
Jane, home duties
Knox, labourer
Knox, jnr, carter
Margaret Jane, machinist 
MOORE Knox (I4721)
212 1886 877 33 COOLEY Clarence Hulbert (I2293)
213 1887 - Lived Middle Flat

Agnew James husband of Norah Agnew died at Umaralla on Tuesday 21.6.1892. Inquiry held. Manaro Mercury 25.6.1892. [Accessed Jan 2003].
Inquest held 22nd June 1892
Result Natural  causes £550 cash or property possessed.

A well known and popular resident of Numeralla died suddenly on Wednesday from heart disease. 27th June 1892 (2nd July Town & Country, Cooma) 
AGNEW James (I4432)
214 1887 961 33 COOLEY Annie May (I2294)
215 1891 - Coal miner
1841 Male Servant
1891 Census Dales lane, Polesworth, Warwickshire 
ALLSOP Thomas (I12639)
216 1891 - Dales Lane, Polesworth ALLSOP Mary (I12755)
217 1891 - Dales lane, Polesworth,
1901 - Boelshill/Glascote, War, England 
ALLSOP Sarah Anne (I14138)
218 1891 - Polesworth Errand boy
1891 Dales Lane, Polesworth 
ALLSOP William (I14136)
219 1891 census
Selina 38 widow (but not husband is living with his brother) landlady pub Mary H 17, Sarah A 12 drapers shopwoman, Thomas 10, James 9, Alfred 8, Selina 6, Bertha 5
34 & 36 Hebers Red Lion Inn Middleton (next to Bird in hand)

1901 census
Jacob Kershaw 54 retired nurseryman, Selina Kershaw 48 , Mary Howard 27 confectioner own account, Sarah A 22 dressmaker own account, Thomas 20 plumber apprentice, James 19 labourer bleachworks, Alfred 18 labourer bleachworks, Selina 16 silk hatband weaver, Bertha 15
23 fielding Street, Middleton 
Lena Selina (I6928)
220 1891 Census - Bridge Stree, Polesworth ALLSOP Joseph (I13620)
221 1891 Census - Daughter Catherine Hammond and family lived next door WREN Catherine (I14480)
222 1891 Census Bridge street, polesworth ALLSOP Edward Arthur (I13621)
223 1891 Census Dales Lane, Polesworth, Warwickshire ALLSOP Robert (I12761)
224 1891 Polesworth, Scholar, Bridge Street, Polesworth
1901 Polesworth Coal miner fitter 
ALLSOP Thomas Bassett (I13616)
225 1896 on baptism - not a death emigration?? KELLER Karl August (I9474)
226 19 electoral roll

Also Beverley Joan, dressmaker, Brian John welder, Emily Grace homeduties, 
SKURRIE Thomas Albert Edwin (I2323)
227 1901 - Coal miner horse driver, Polesworth
1891 - Dales Lane, 
ALLSOP Ernest Herny (I14141)
228 1901 - lived in house 5 Granahan, farmer
1911 census - lived in house 32 Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
9 children, 7 still alive including Mary, Joseph, Patrick and Bernard 
LAGAN Michael (I7066)
229 1901 - polesworth Coal Miner Night Man MILLERSHIP John (I12756)
230 1901 - Solicitor’s clerk LAGAN Daniel (I7060)
231 1901 census
Herbert 26 potatoe chip looks like Restaurant keeper?? works on own account, Vine 26 and Clifford 3 538 Oldham Road, North Manchester, Newton Heath 
OGDEN Herbert (I6917)
232 1901 census - lived house 3 in Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
1911 census - lived house 31 in Granahan farmer and contractor
Cassie Scullin is a granddaughter aged 5
Maggie and Daniel have moved away from home - still alive 
LAGAN Charles (I7055)
233 1901 census - lived in house 4 Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
Andrew’s uncle Patrick lived with them. He was 97 years old in 1901. Could be our Rosy Lagan’s brother

1911 census - lived in house 28 Granahan (Swatragh, Londonderry)
Rose Bradley aged 6 niece lived with them. 
LAGAN Andrew (I7074)
234 1901 Census - soldier
1891 - Dales Lane, Polesworth 
ALLSOP Charley (I12754)
235 1901 census - Wilnecote, Staff, England

Children 1861 ceonsus
Joshua, Samuel, An, Enoch, Maria, Horatio, John

Some differences to names I have - nd to check 
ALLSOP Mary Ann (I12617)
236 1901 lived West Derby, Lancashire. MEACOCK William Henry (I7013)
237 1901 Polesworth, Warwickshire
Coal Miner Road Man 
ALLSOP John (I12616)
238 1901 Tamworth, Staffordshire ALLSOP Clara (I14134)
239 1903 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth, Ruthven street, merchant and home duties
1905 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth, Jane, Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, merhant, home duties and shop assistant.
1908, 1913 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth, Jane, Klein Street, Toowoomba, merchant and home duties and shop assistant
1919- Graham, Harriet Elizabeth and Jane, Brisbane Road, Redcliffe, merchant and home duties
1925, 1936 - Graham, Harriet Elizabeth and Jane, Bay Street, Southport, no occupation given and both home duties
1943, 1949 - Harriet Elizabeth and Jane, Bay Street, Southport, both home duties
1954 - Jane, Bay Street, Southport, home duties 
REYNOLDS Harriett Elizabeth (I12769)
240 1903 - Philip Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, horsetrainer
1905 - as 1903
Town Watchman Dies in Sleep
Tenterfield’s town night-watchman, Mr Phillip Merchant (68), was found deat at 1:30 p.m. yesterday in the billiard room at the School of Arts.
When the librarian, Miss L Curran, opened the billiard room yesterday, she found the late Mr Merchant, as she thought, asleep on some chairs in front of the fireplace. When he did not rouse to her call, Miss Curran investigated, and found him dead. She called Mr C Blcoh, who in turn called the Ambulance.
Deceased had been in ill-health for some time, and it is presumed that he flet ill and lay down some time after 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The rooms are closed late at night, and not reopened until Miss Curran comes on duty the next day.
The late Mr Merchant was cleaner at the School of Arts, and his work had been done, and everything was made ready as was usual.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, which apparently occurred n a sleep.
1930 Philip Richard and Rose - Tenterfield, labourer and home duties«s114 Thursday October 11, 1951» 
MERCHANT Philip Richard (I4517)
241 1903, 1905-Samuel and Emma , Maryland Street, blacksmith and home duties.
1925 - Emma Stanthorpe, housewife

Lived Stanthorpe 1921 
HOOTON Emma (I4568)
242 1903, 1906 - Riley Street, Fremantle. clerk
1910 - the Camp, Riley road, Clarement, civil servant
1916 - The Camp, Riley road, Claremont, civil servant and married
1925 Samuel and Annie 36 2nd avenue Maylands, engineer and home duties
1936 Samuel only 22 Langham street, Hollywood
A Samuel Ogden left Fremantle aboard SS Balranald (P & O) and arrived in London on 11 September 1930. Via Suez.
Samuel left ship at Plymouth, 3rd class address in England 21 Winchester Road, Oxford, Retired Secretary, aged 64. 
OGDEN Samuel (I6851)
243 1903, 1906 - James and Annie, Kennedy Street, Maylands boiler maker and home duties
1910 - 1925 James and Annie, 9th Avenue, Maylands, boilermaker and home duties 
OGDEN James (I6852)
244 1905 - Tollbar Creek

SMH 12 March 1945, p. 10
MCDONALD - March 10, 1945 at a private hospital, Mosman, Matilda Mary, beloved wife of A. J. McDonald of 8 Almora Street, Balmoral, late of Hawkesbury district, aged 76 years. Requiescat in Pace.
MCDONALD - The funeral of the late Mrs Matilda Mary McDonald will leave the Blessed Sacrament Church, Clifton Gardens. This (Monday) MOrning, at 11 o’clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. Wood Coffill? Limited. 
MYLAN Matilda Mary (I4410)
245 1906 - Andrew was a produce merchant, Jane domestic duties.

Lived Murwillumbah 1927
1930 - farmer at Dunbible - 9 km south of Murwillumbah
1936 - dairy farmer - Murwillumbah

Possibly had a grandson Mervyn who died on the 18 October 1968 aged 45 Buired Murwillumbah General cemetery Section F Presbyterian

Also a Doreen Muriel who died on the 6 July 1974 aged 45 buried Section F - Presbyterian
She was the wife of Mervyn Howard Waters.

Also a Howard James Silas Waters married Beryl Florence Welbourn in Murwillumbah in 1936 10261

The Courier Mail (Brisbane) Friday 16 July 1937, p. 5
The death is announced of Mr Andrew James Waters, of Murwillumbah, at the age of 76. He was born at Kelly’s Plais, where he was engged in the produce and timber industries for many years. He came to the Tweed about 30 years ago, and resided at Stoker’s Siding, where he conducted a sawmill, and later engaged in dairying. He had been an activ member of the Salvation Army for 51 years. 
WATERS Andrew James (I343)
246 1908 - Butcher GARNER George William (I8134)
247 1908 - Heinrich George Matin and Anna Madelene, Maryland street, storekeeper and home duties ELLEVSEN Heinrich George Martin (I13059)
248 1908 - Hermann, Stanthorpe,
1949 - “Dell Dee”, Toohey rod, Tarragindi, blacksmith

Centenary of the Ellevsen Family - Border Post 8 Jun 1982
...Herman married Ethel Peel. He had a blacksmith shop behind Sheahan’s Hotel but moved to Toowoomba and carried on his business in Ruthven Street. 
ELLEVSEN Herrmann (I4815)
249 1910 -1919 - Farmer at Swanwater West, Victoria HODGSON Joseph James (I12619)
250 1911 Census

Robert H Sneyd 70 Landowner
Elizabeth 48
William S 28 Farmer
Frederick B 22 Veterinary Surgeon
Francis H 20 Clerk Bank of Ireland,Boys still single Malahide Road
Church of Ireland
Married for 30 years 9 children born alive and 7 still living

Servants Julia Donnelly 26, domestic and general servant and Elizabeth Byrne 16 domestic and house and parlor maid Both RC and single
The census return is signed by Robert Hardcastle Sneyd This was written in the early 1900s
The next turn on the left led. off the Main Street at the Big Tree Public House at the end of North Street. This road led to Balheary. No houses on this road near the town.
Starting from the south again; on the right side from O'Tooles Pub, the first turn was a small Cul de Sac, with about six cottages, called John's Lane. Next turn, Malahide Road. Walshs, Pump Contractors, had a cottage and store yard on the right of this road, and further on a large gentleman farmer's residence in its own grounds, Sneyds, a big Protestant farmer.-
Next to Sneyds was Longs of Malahide Road, a big farmyard and nice residence and gardens. Nicholas Long leased all Colonel Foster's lands, and had many acres of his own adjoining his house. His fields, called Barry's Pax', were often used for football matches. A considerable amount of his land was rented from Colonel Foster on the eleven months system, that is for only eleven months of the year, excluding the month of May. During this month, there was greatest growth of grass. He let people of the town graze their cows in milking fields at a small weekly amount per each cow, usually one cow for each family. 
SNEYD Robert Hardcastle (I683)

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