ALVELEY VILLAGE
SHROPSHIRE, ENGLAND

 
FACTS ABOUT SOME OF THE ALVELEY FOLK OF 1871


ANDREWS WILLIAM, (thirty-five) farms 84 acres at Boathole. He and his wife Eliza have three children; William, Eliza and Jane.
AINSWORTH HENRY, (fifty) is a Farm Bailiff. He and his wife Leah live at Shropshire House with their five children; William (fourteen), Edward (twelve), Richard (eleven), Abraham(seven) and Amelia (four).
ASHCROFT WILLIAM, (fourteen) is employed as a servant at Lowe Farm.
BACHE THOMAS, (Born Alveley about 1796- widower), farms 338 acres at The Greenhouse. His forty-two year old daughter Mary also lives at the Farm
BAKER ALICE, (widow) lives with her niece Mary Potter at Mayhouse.
BASIN RICHARD, (Born Kinlet) is a thirty-one year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (daughter of Richard Scriven) live at 2 Dye Lane They were married at Alveley Church in May 1865 and have four children; Agnes (seven), Emma (five), William (three) and Charles (one).
BELCHER WILLIAM, (twenty-three) is a Gardener (at Coton Hall??). he and his wife Elizabeth live at Coton Lodges with their two sons Thomas (two) and William (two months).
BENNETT THOMAS, is a sixty-five year old Alveley born agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah (maiden name Broome) live at No 3 New Row with their three younger children; Harriet (fifteen), George (thirteen), and James(ten).
BENNETT THOMAS, (aged seventeen- son of Thomas & Sarah Bennett) is employed as a domestic servant HallClose.
BINNALL THOMAS, is a thirty-four year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Hannah (thirty-two) live at 2 The Stank.
BIRKIN GEORGE, (seventy-one) is a retired farmer, living at 5 Turley Green with his two children; Thomas (thirty-six) and Elizabeth (twenty-four).
BISHTON JOHN, (eighteen) is employed as a servant at Coton Farm.
BLOUNT JOHN, is a thirty-two year old farm labourer. He and his wife Ann live at Quatt Gate. They have two children.
BLUNT THOMAS, (fifty) is an agricultural labourer- living with relatives at 1 The Stank.
BRAZIER ANN,(widow- aged sixty-six) is employed as a domestic servant at 55 Alveley.
BROXTON JANE, (seventeen) is employed as a servant at "The Squirrel Inn"
BULLOCK THOMAS, (twenty-seven) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah (daughter of John Link) live at Nether Hollies Cottages. They were married at Alveley Church October 9th 1865 and have two children; Mary (three) and William (five).
BUTLER JAMES, (thirty-two) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife
Harriet live at 41 Alveley with their two children; Henry (eleven) and Harriet (two).
BUTLER WILLIAM, (fifty-five) is employed as stone quarryman. He and his wife Jane live at 46 Alveley with his wife Jane and their two daughters Mary (seven) and Agnes (one).
BOWEN THOMAS, (twenty-three) is employed as a Groom (at Coton Hall?)
He lodges at Baggs Cottage, Coton.
BRIGGS THOMAS, (aged eighteen) is a Butcher. He lives with his grandmother Mary Hobbis at "The Three Horse Shoes"
BROOKES HERBERT, aged fifteen lives at The Hadleys with his Aunt and Uncle John & Eliza Clarke.
BREWER JOHN, (Born Highley), is a fifty-three year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Jane (forty-eight) live at 30 Alveley with their four children; Jane (fourteen), Benjamin (nine), Ann (eight) and John (five).
BROOM MARY, is a forty year old agricultural labourer. She lives at 6 Turley Green with her twelve year old son William.
BROOM WILLIAM, (aged twenty-two- son of Sarah Bennett) is employed as a quarry labourer. He and his wife Ann (thirty-two) live at 5 Daddlebrook with their little daughter Amy (one).
BRISTOE GEORGE, (aged thirty)is a farm servant living at 1 Turley Green.
BOURNE MARY, (forty) is an agricultural servant, living at 6 Turley green with her twelve year old son William.
CAREY ELIZA,(aged sixteen) is employed as Housemaid at the Vicarage.
CARTER WILLIAM, (widow- aged sixty-four) is employed as a farm servant at Coton Farm.
CARTER WILLIAM, is a twenty-nine year ld agricultural labourer. He and his wife Emma (twenty-six) have three sons Arthur (five), William (three) and Albert (five months).
CHALLINGER RICHARD, is a forty year old farm labourer. He and his wife Mary live at Greenhouse Lodge with their five children; Mary (ten), Emma (eight), John (five) Elizabeth (two) and Margaret (four months).


CHAPMAN JOHN,is a sixty-four year old labourer living at Baggs Cottage with his wife Frances (sixty-two)and their thirteen year old granddaughter Olive.
CLARK JOHN INSTAN, (born 1831) is Butcher & Innkeeper at "The Squirrel" Inn. He and his wife Emma (born Lichfield June 1832) have two sons Stephen (three) and Robert (two).
CLARK STEPHEN, (Born Alveley) is a sixty-three year old farmer of 23 acres. He and his wife Sarah (sixty-nine) live at 4 Turley Green.
CLARKE JOHN, (forty-nine) farms 161 acres at Hadleys Farm. He and his wife Eliza (thirty-one) have two children; Henry (five) and Ann (three).
CLIFTON HENRY, (twenty-eight) is an agricultural labourer, lodging at Baggs Cottage Coton.
CLINTON SARAH, is a sixty-nine year old widow, living at 48 Alveley with her twenty-six year old daughter Ann.
CLINTON THOMAS, (forty-seven) is an agricultural labourer. He and his Alveley born wife Mary (forty-eight) live at 13 Alveley with four of their children; William (twenty) agricultural labourer, Sarah (eleven), Harriet (nine) and John (five).
CONSIDINCE ROBERT AUGUSTUS WELLESLEY, (aged sixty-two) is incumbent at Alveley Parish Church- married to Mary (second wife). They live at the vicarage (22 Alveley).
COLEBATCH WILLIAM, (thirty-five) farms 83 acres at Little London.
COLLINS DINAH, (twenty-six) is employed as a domestic servant at The Butts Farm.
COX MARGERY,(widow aged sixty-nine) lives at 1 Turley Green- farmer of 14 acres (also recorded as a Wheelwright).
CROW JOHN, (seventy-four) is an ex-paper maker. He and his wife Elizabeth (sixty-eight) live at 1 Alveley (next to the church). Elizabeth is a dressmaker.
CROW EDWARD, (aged seventy-four) is a retired farmer. He and his wife Sussannah (sixty-nine) live at 12 Alveley.
DAVIES SAMUEL, (aged sixty-six) is a Miller. He and his wife Mary (sixty-three) live at Crowsmill House with their thirty-one year old daughter Mary.
DAY GEORGE, (nineteen) is employed as a farm servant at Little London.
DAY THOMAS, is a forty-five year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Ann (twenty-three) live at Clacker Cottage.
DAY JOHN, is a sixty-three year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah (forty-nine) live at 2 Cookscross.
DIXON WILLIAM, aged fifty farms at The Lakehouse - about 150 acres. His wife Frances is forty-eight. Their nephew Francis Mullens (six) lives with them.
DOLITTLE JOHN, is Victualler at The Finger Inn.
DOVEY THOMAS, (thirty-five) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (daughter of Richard & Harriet Yates) have a six month old daughter named Hannah.
DOVEY SARAH, aged sixty-eight, lives at Button Hall.
DOVEY JOHN, (aged forty-eight- son of Sarah Dovey) lives at Button Hall.
DOVEY HANNAH, (aged seven) lives at Button Hall with her grandmother and Uncle.
DOWNTON SAMUEL, (born Kinlet 1821- son of Thomas & Sarah Downton) is a Tailor. He and his Alveley born wife Sarah (daughter of John Lane) live at 9 Alveley with seven of their children; John (twenty) is a Tailor, Thomas (sixteen) is a labourer, Mary fourteen, William thirteen, Henry (known as Harry) is eleven, Frederick eight, and James six.
DULSTON ELIZA, aged thirty-nine, lives with relatives at Lowe Farm. Her two children, George (eleven) and Rosetta (nine) live with her.
EDWARDS JOHN, is a miller living at Bowhills.
ELCOCK WILLIAM, (born Chelmarsh 1827) is a thrashing machine Proprietor. He and his wife Harriet (born Alveley about 1833-maiden name Monk) live at 39 Alveley. Son John (fourteen) is employed as a farm servant. They have six other children; William (eleven), Mary (ten), Robert (eight), Elizabeth (seven) Catherine (four) and Alfred (two).
ELCOCK GEORGE, (twenty-four) is a Wheelwright. He and his wife Ellen (maiden name Welch) live at Six Ashes. They were married at Chelmarsh in 1870. Daughter Ellen Jane is seven months old.
ELKS WILLIAM, is an agricultural labourer. He lives at Coton Cottages with his sister Mary; a thirty-three year old Cook.
EVANS JOYCE HANNAH, (aged eighteen) is employed as a domestic servant at Hadleys Farm.
EVANS JOHN, (sixty-seven) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (aged fifty-eight- maiden name Blunt) live at 1 The Stank, with their sixteen year old son William (agricultural labourer).
EVANS THOMAS, is a sixty-six year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah live at 7 New Row.
EVANS THOMAS, (fifty-seven) is an agricultural labourer. He and his fifty year old wife Elizabeth live at 49 Alveley with their two sons Frederick (ten) and Herbert(four).
FARLOW JOHN, (seventeen) is employed as a farm servant at Pool Hall.

FISHER RICHARD, (fifty-six) is a retired farmer. He and his wife Ann (sixty-seven)live at 40 Alveley.
FISHER HARRIET, (aged sixty-Born Upper Arley) is recorded as Cousin to Michael Fellows She is employed as House Superintendent at HallClose.
FLETCHER HARRIET, (twenty-three) is a domestic servant at 1 Turley Green
FELLOWS MICHAEL, (born Claverley about 1811) farms 146 acres at HallClose. He employs three labourers, three boys and a keeper.
FLETCHER ANNE, (thirty-one) is employed as a domestic servant at The Greenhouse.
FRANCE JOHN, (born Highley about 1839) is a stone quarryman. He and his wife Mary (born Broseley about 1843- daughter of Edward Morris) were married at Alveley Church May 1864 and live at Wright's Cottage with their four children; Sarah (seven), Henry (six), William (four) and John (two).
FRANCE WILLIAM, (born Highley about 1841- brother of John), is a stone quarryman. He and his wife Mary (aged thirty-four) live at 35 Alveley.with their four children, Albert Brazier (seven), John (six), Mary (four) and new born Miriam. William France and Mary Brazier were married at Alveley Church May 23rd 1870.(Children John (six) and Mary (four) are by William's first marriage)
FOXALL JAMES, (seventy-four) farms 10 acres. He lives at 55 Alveley. His wife Lucy died July 1846- buried at Alveley.
FOXALL HARRY SMITH, (born 1822 son of James & Lucy Foxall) is a Gardener. He and his wife Eliza (daughter of Thomas Hayward) live at Cardoll Place. They were married at Alveley Church February 12th 1850.
FOXALL CHRISTOPHER, (thirty-three) is a Bricklayer. He and his wife Eliza (twenty-nine) live at 8 Alveley with their four children; Christopher (six), James (five) Fanny (one) and baby Sarah (one month).
FOURACRES MARY, (twenty-one) is employed as a domestic servant at Little London.
GIBSON JOHN, (aged fifty-son of John Gibson) is a Blacksmith at Allam Bridge- married to Mary (forty-eight).
GIBSON RICHARD, (fifty-one) is a Groom. He and his daughter Eliza (twelve) live at Greenhouse Lodge.
GILES EDWARD, (aged forty-three-widower) is an agricultural labourer, living at 4 Dye Lane with his children; Thomas (nineteen) Elizabeth (fifteen) and Edward (twenty-one). Thomas and Edward are employed as agricultural labourers.
GILES EDWARD, aged two, lives with relatives at 4 Dye Lane.
GREEN FREDERICK, (twenty-five) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Olive (twenty-nine) live at 6 Alveley with their daughter Ann (one).
GREEN WILLIAM, (sixteen) is an Alveley born farm servant at High Barns.
GRETTON WILLIAM, farms 267 acres at Little Coton. Son James is thirty-six. Daughter Eliza is forty-five. Niece Mary (nine) also lives at the Farm.
GRIFFITHS JOHN, (forty-seven) is a Gardener. He and his wife Elizabeth (live at six ashes??) With their five children; Charles (fourteen), John (eight), Frederick(six), Elizabeth(four) and Alfred (two).
GRIFFITHS WILLIAM, (aged sixty-nine-widower of Sarah Griffiths)is a tailor. He and his two daughters Mary (thirty-five) and Emma (thirty) live at 45 Alveley. Emma is a Shop woman.
GUTTON WILLIAM, (forty) farms 193 acres at High Barns (Coton). - married to Harriet. Daughter Ann is six.
GWINNAP SARAH, (aged fifty-eight- widow) lives with her brother James at Fen Green House.
HANSON WILLIAM, (forty-two) is a gamekeeper (Coton estate??) He and his wife Martha live at Coton Lodge with their six daughters; Emily, Mary, Jane, Sarah, Annie, and Lucy.
HARDWICK JOHN, is employed as a Gardener at The Greenhouse.
HARLEY JOHN, (born 1831) is Innkeeper at "The Royal Oak". His wife Sarah was born in Alveley April 1835 daughter of Benjamin & Frances Webb.
HARRIS VINCENT, (nineteen) is employed as a farm servant at The Butts.
HARRIS HENRY, (fourteen) is a farm servant at High House.
HARRIS GEORGE, (seventy-two) farms 162 acres at Lowe Farm - married to Elizabeth sixty-seven.
HARRIS MESHACH, (son of George & Elizabeth Harris) lives with his parents at Lowe farm. Son George is eleven.
HARRIS MARY, (sixty) is an agricultural labourer, living at 3 Lowe Lane.
HAY WILLIAM, (fifty-two) is an agricultural labourer. He and his fifty year old wife Mary (maiden name Nicholls) live at 4 Papermill Place with three of their children; George (sixteen-gardener) Henry (eleven), and Michael (six). Anne Nicholls (mother-in-law) aged seventy-two lives with them (Dressmaker).
HAYS ELIZABETH, (born Alveley about 1842) is a dressmaker, living at 29 Alveley with her two children Adeline (eight) and Henrietta (three).
HAYWARD JOHN, (forty-three) farms 180 acres at The Butts Farm. His seventy year old mother Mary lives with him.
HAYWARD THOMAS, (forty-one) farms 56 acres at Hillhouse. He and his wife Mary (thirty-five) have three children; Henry (five), Jessie (three) and Frances (one).

HAYWARD JOHN,(forty-three) is a labourer. He and his wife Elizabeth live at 36 Alveley with their four children; Sarah (seven), William (seven), Alice (two), and Mary (three months).
HAYWARD GEORGE, (forty-four) is a Bricklayer. He and his wife Hannah (twenty-five) live at 31 Alveley with their baby daughter Sarah
HAYWARD HANNAH, (widow- aged seventy-one) lives at 8 New Row.
HAYCOX WILLIAM, (forty-nine) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah (forty-eight) live at Crowsmill Cottage, with their children; William (sixteen), fanny (fourteen), William (eleven) and John (nine).
HEAD WILLIAM, (sixteen) is employed as a servant at HallClose.
HEAD JOHN, is Beer retailer at "Kitlands".
HEAD GEORGE, (born Romsley- aged twenty-one) is employed as a domestic servant at Church House.
HEAD GEORGE, (aged twenty-four- son of Ann Head) is an Alveley born Wheelwright. He and his wife Augusta (twenty-four) live at 1 Birdsgreen with their two children; George (three) and John (one).
HERD HENRY, is a Wheelwright at Hammer House.
HIGGINS ELIZABETH, (twenty-three) is employed as a domestic servant at The Greenhouse.
HIGGINS JOHN, (thirty) is a Gardener employed at The Greenhouse.
HIGGS JOHN, (sixty-two) is a retired butcher lodging at "The Three Horse Shoes". His wife Ann died May 1843, aged twenty-eight.
HIGGS HENRY, (fifty-five) is a labourer- living at Alveley Lane (Wood Barn) (?)
HIGGS WILLIAM, (born Alveley about 1829 son of John & Ann Higgs) is a Butcher. He and his thirty-five year old wife Emma live at 20 Alveley with their two sons William (three) and John (ten months).
HINTON WILLIAM, is a miller at Allam Bridge.
HOBBIS MARY, (widow-aged sixty-five) is Victualler at "The Three Horse Shoes".
HOBBS LOUISA, (forty-seven) lives with her sister Mary Potter at Mayhouse.
HOBBS WILLIAM, is a miller at Allam Bridge. Daughter Eliza is thirty-nine.
HODGKISS MARY, (widow) is a sixty year old Housekeeper, living at Greenhouse Lodge.
HOLLOWAY SARAH, (seventy-six) is a farm servant living at 1 Dye Lane.
HOLLOWAY GEORGE, is a thirty-nine year old farm labourer. He and his wife Sarah (thirty-five) live at 42 Alveley with children; Ellen (ten), William (eight), Elizabeth (five) and Amelia (one).
HOLT THOMAS, aged thirty-five, is Alveley Police Officer. He and his wife Mary live at 11 Alveley.
HUDSON GEORGE, (fifty-three) lives at Coton Lodges (gardeners Cottage). He and his wife Eliza share their home with their nineteen year ld daughter Anna (dressmaker).
HUGHES ELIZABETH, (eighteen) is employed asa domestic servant at Little Coton Farm.
HUGHES WILLIAM, (sixteen) is employed as servant at Butts Farm.
HUNT JOSEPH, (twenty-nine) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (twenty-one) have a two year old son named Albert.
JAY THOMAS, (sixty-one) is a stone sawyer. He and his wife Eliza live at 25 Alveley.
JENNINGS JOHN, and his wife Phoebe live at 10 Alveley. John (farm labourer) was born at Spring Mill Alveley January 12th 1846, son of George & Rosanna Jennings.
His wife Phoebe Elizabeth was born about 1848, daughter of Hannah Tolley. They were married at Alveley Church 8th September 1869 and have two children; Hannah (born 1870) and Elizabeth (three months).
JENNINGS WILLIAM, (born 1825, son of William & Elizabeth Jennings) is employed as a stone sawyer. He and his wife Anne (twenty-nine -maiden name Francis) live at "New Inns" (Also known as 27 Alveley). They were married at Alveley Church 9th May 1870.
JENNINGS WILLIAM, (born Kidderminster 1785) is a retired Shoemaker, living with his son & daughter-in-law at "New Inns. His wife Elizabeth died 24th December 1869- buried at Alveley.
JONES DAVID, (forty-nine) is a Carpenter. He and his wife Mary (forty-nine) live at 44 Alveley with their eight year old son David. Another son Arthur (twelve) is employed as a farm servant at Church House.
JONES MARY, is a seamstress living at Hammer House.
JONES ELLEN, is a sixty-eight year old widow, living at Wright's Cottage with the France Family.
JONES RICHARD, (forty-one) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah (forty-five) live at 2 Birdsgreen.
LANE THOMAS, (sixty-four) is a quarry master, mason and farmer of 35 acres. In the quarry he employs ten men and two boys, and at the farm three labourers. He and his wife Ann (fifty-four) live at 23 Alveley.
LANE THOMAS, (fifty) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Ann (thirty-eight) live at 4 Daddlebrook with their three children; Benjamin (nine), John (seven) and Jane (five).
LANE GEORGE and WILLIAM, are Wheelwright's at Hammer House.
LANE WILLIAM, (thirty-nine) is a stone quarryman, lodging at 41 Alveley.
LANE SARAH, (widow) lives at 28 Alveley with her sister-in-law Jane Lane.


LEWIS MARY, (aged fifty-widow of Thomas Lewis) lives at 19 Alveley with her two sons Edwin (nine) and James (eight).
LEWIS JOHN, (fifty-six) is as sawyer. He and his wife Jane (fifty-eight) live at 2 Papermill Place with their seven year old granddaughter Louisa Lewis.
LINK JOHN, (fifty-three) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Eliza live at Merricks Cottage with their son William (eleven- farm servant).
LINK GEORGE, (aged twenty-six- son of John & Eliza Link) is as stone quarryman. He and his wife Ann (twenty-one) live at 7 Alveley with their seven month old son Arthur.
LITTLEFORD GEORGE, (born Quatt-aged twenty-eight) is a Wheelwright. He and his wife Harriet live at 18 Alveley with their two children; Fanny (four) and Walter (four months).
LLOYD EDWARD, is a thirty-one year old Shoemaker. He and his wife Eliza live at Rose Cottage with their two year old son John.
MALPAS MARIA, (sixteen) is employed as servant at Hay Farm.
MARKHAM FLORENCE, (twelve) is employed as a servant at 4 Turley Green.
MASSEY CHARLES, (born Stottesdon 1844) is a Blacksmith lodging with George & Emma Wall.
MASSEY MARGERY, (aged fifty- widow of William Massey) farms 6 acres at Turley Green.
MASSEY JOHN, (forty-three) is a waggoner. He and his wife Ann live at Kingsnordley with their four children; William, Thomas, Mary and Hannah.
MATTHEWS EDWARD,(aged fifty) is an agricultural labourer lodging at 2 Daddlebrook.
MEREDITH WILLIAM, (widow- aged seventy) is an agricultural labourer.
MEREDITH WILLIAM, (twenty) is employed as a domestic servant at The Lakehouse.
MIDDLETON CAROLINE, (seventeen) is employed as a domestic servant by Webbs of Allam bridge.
MIDDLETON ANNIE, (aged two) lives with the Hayward Family at 31 Alveley.
MILLWARD SARAH, (forty-nine) is employed as a Laundress at Coton Hall.
MINIFIE RICHARD, farms 270 acres at Coton Farm. He and his wife Emma
(twenty-six) have four children; William (seven), Myra (three), Elizabeth (three) and James (two). The children have a governess by the surname of Morgan.
MOLINEAUX WILLIAM, (forty-nine) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Isabella live at six ashes with their five children; Michael, Harriet, Anne, Dan and Ada.
MONCK ROBERT, (seventy-one) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (sixty-six) live at Woods Cottage with their daughter Caroline (aged forty-five).
MORGAN WILLIAM, (thirty-five) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Jane live at Quatt Gate with their two sons Thomas and John.
MORRIS RICHARD, (sixty) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Elizabeth (fifty-five) live at 1 Pottersloade with their two sons; Richard (eighteen- agricultural labourer) William (twenty-four-carpenter).
MORRIS EDWARD, (aged thirteen- son of Richard & Elizabeth Morris) is employed as a farm servant at Little London.
MORRIS HANNAH, (twenty-four) is employed as a general servant at Coton Farm.
MORRIS WILLIAM, (aged sixty-nine- widower of Sarah Morris) farms 120 acres at Church House employing two men and a boy. His wife Sarah died November 23rd 1869, aged 63.
NEW JOHN, (nineteen) is a servant at High Barns.
NICKHALLS WILLIAM, (sixty-five) is a Butcher lodging at 4 Daddlebrook
OVERTON THOMAS, (nineteen) is employed as a farm servant at Hay farm.
PACKWOOD RICHARD, (fifty-one) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Ann (forty-nine) live at 51 Alveley.
PALMER JAMES, (thirty-three) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary live at 5 New Row.
PARKER EDWARD, is a thirty-nine year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Miriam live at New Barn Cottage with their children; Edward(thirteen), George (eleven), Frederick (eight), Edith (seven), Walter (five), Sydney (two) and Percy (new born).
PARTON THOMAS, (thirty-four) is an Alveley born agricultural labourer. He and his wife Emma (thirty-three) live at 3 Dye Lane with their five children; Elizabeth (nine), Thomas (seven), Mary (five), Eliza (three) and William (nine months).
PASSEY JOHN, (fifty-two) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Emma (forty-eight) live at Paradise Cottage with their twelve year old son James.
PAINTER, the following children (surname PAINTER) live with their grandfather William Griffiths at 45 Alveley- William (eight), Annie (six), James (four) and Sarah (two).
PASKINS JAMES, (forty-seven) is an agricultural labourer, lodging at 46 Alveley.
PARRY WILLIAM, (sixteen) is a farm servant at 4 Turley Green.
PARRY JOHN, (fifty-eight) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Elsie (forty-six) live at 1 Papermill Place with their six children; Samuel (twelve- farm servant), Hannah (eight), Thomas (six), Alfred (four) Sarah (two) and Jane (new born).

PEARCE WILLIAM, of Fenn Green House farms 41 acres.
PICKERING THOMAS, (forty-one) is Schoolmaster. His wife Ann (thirty-five) is schoolmistress. They live at 15 Alveley with their three children; Annie, Thomas, and John.
PITT CHARLES, is a forty-three year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Sarah live at Tuck Hill with their five children; William, Elizabeth, Thomas, Joseph, and Mary.
PREECE ELIZABETH, (twenty-four) is employed as a servant at HallClose.
PREECE MARGARET, (fifty-eight) is employed as a general servant at Church Farm.
PREECE EMMA, (eighteen) is employed as servant at The Lakehouse.
PREECE WILLIAM, is a sixty-two year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Ann (fifty-eight) live at Upper Onions Cottage.
PRICE JOHN, is a thirty-nine year old farm labourer.He and his thirty year old wife Ann live at Papermill with their three daughters Sarah (seven), Fanny (four) and Louisa (two).
POUNTNEY STEPHEN, is a fifty-eight year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Ann (sixty) live at Rowell Cottage.
POUNTNEY JAMES, is a thirty-one year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Harriet live at Fimbrells (4 Lowe Lane) with their five children; Elizabeth(seven), Ada (six), Richard (four), Maria (two) and Jossie (five months).
POTTER MARY,(widow)farms 35 acres at Mayhouse, employing two labourers. She was born in Kidderminster about 1821- maiden name Hobbs.
REYNOLDS GEORGE, is a twenty-seven year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Ann (twenty-four) live at 5 Cookscross with their nine month old daughter Emily.
ROWLANDS JOHN, is a thirty year old farm servant at Coton Farm.
ROWLEY RICHARD, (forty-three) is a Quarry master & Commercial Agent. He and his wife Catherine (forty-three) live at 34 Alveley with their children; George (sixteen) and Rebecca (ten).
SHINTON EDWARD,(aged seventeen) is employed as a Page at Coton Hall.
SHUTT JOSEPH, is a sixty-one year old farm Bailiff. He and his wife Eliza (fifty-four) live at Lindridge with sons Samuel (sixteen) and Thomas (thirteen).

STOKES MARY, (aged ten) lives with her aunt & uncle Christopher & Eliza Foxall at 8 Alveley.
SCRIVEN JAMES, (seventy-seven) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (seventy-five) live at 6 New Row.
SCRIVEN SAMUEL, (born Alveley 1828- son of James & Mary Scriven) is a drainer (land drains). He and his wife Fanny (thirty-six- maiden name Maisfield) live at the newly developed 6 Daddlebrook.
SCRIVEN JAMES, is a thirty-five year old Alveley born stone quarryman. He and his wife Emma (thirty-three) live at 17 Alveley with their children; Caroline (thirteen), Sarah (eleven) and Thursa (three).
SCRIVEN OBEDIENCE, (servant) lives at 3 Papermill .She was born Bridgnorth about 1814, daughter of Sarah Scriven.
SCRIVEN THOMAS, (born Alveley 1840 -son of Obedience Scriven) is a farm servant at Little Coton Farm.
SCRIVEN ROSANNA, (aged thirty-two- widow of Jeffrey Scriven) lives at 2 New Row, with children; Jeffrey Jacob (eleven), William (eight) and Phoebe (eight months).
SCRIVEN WILLIAM, is a twenty-nine year old Alveley born agricultural labourer. He and his wife Amy (twenty-four) live at 37 Alveley with their two daughters Fanny (three) and Harriet (one).
SCRIVEN RICHARD, (widower of Esther Scriven) is sixty-seven. He lives at 56 Alveley with his two sons; Charles (twenty-six) and Joseph (twenty-one). They are all employed as agricultural labourers.
SMITH WILLIAM,(widower) is a fifty-eight year old agricultural labourer at Moor House.
SMITH JOSEPH, is a fifty-eight year old agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary live at 47 Alveley with children; Joseph (twenty- agricultural labourer), Rosanna (seventeen), and Alfred (thirteen- farm servant).
SMITH MARTHA, (twenty-two) is employed as a domestic servant at Pool Hall.
STANLEY JOHN, is a nineteen ear old farm servant at Little London.
STOCKALL ELIZA, (aged sixty-four-widow of John Stockall) farms 10 acres at Cookscross.
THATCHER RICHARD, (aged eighty-three- son of William Thatcher) is an agricultural labourer. He and his wife Mary (sixty-one) live at Cookscross.
THOMAS JOHN, (born Alveley- aged sixty-nine) is a farmer of 130 acres at Broadlane. His wife Elizabeth (born Enville) is seventy-one.
THOMAS RICHARD, (aged forty-eight) is a Coachman (at Coton Hall??) He and his wife Ann live at Coton Lodges with their six children; Joseph (fifteen- Stable Boy), Elizabeth (fourteen), Annie (eleven), Sarah (twelve), Catherine (ten) and Fanny (eight).
TICER GEORGE, (thirty-five) is employed as a farm servant at Hadleys Farm
TOLLEY ALFRED, (thirteen) is employed as a domestic servant at Lakehouse.


TOLLEY HANNAH, is a fifty-two year old agricultural labourer, living at Lowe Lane with her eleven year old daughter Mary.
TOMLISON, the following Tomlinson children live with their granparents Richard & Hannah Yates at 57 Alveley; Richard (twelve), Ada (six) and Lavena (four).
TOVEY EMANUEL, (aged forty-six- son of Mary Tovey) is a Blacksmith, lodging at Allam bridge.
TROTH SARAH, is a ninety year old widow. She lives with her brother and sister-in-law James & Mary Scriven at 6 New Row.
VEAL RICHARD, (born Alveley) is a seventy-nine year old farmer of 63 acres at High House. His wife Ann is fifty-seven. Daughter Edna is thirty-two.
VERNER MARY, aged thirty, is employed as a Cook at the Vicarage.
WATKINS GEORGE, (born Bridgnorth) is an eighteen year old domestic servant at "The Squirrel Inn".
WALKER JANE, is a thirteen year old servant at 18 Alveley.
WALL GEORGE, is a twenty-seven year old Wheelwright. He and his wife Emma (twenty-five) live at 43 Alveley with their little daughter Mary (one).
WAKEMAN, resides at Coton Hall. Offley Francis Drake Wakeman, eldest son of Rev. Wakeman died 20th July 1865, aged 29.
WARDER JOHN, (aged fifty-eight) farms 180 acres at The Hay. He and his wife Elizabeth share their home with five of their children; Thomas (twenty), Fanny (seventeen), Mary (fourteen), Sophia (twelve), and Richard (twelve)
WEBB BENJAMIN, farms 60 acres at Allam Bridge. His wife Frances is sixty-four.
WELCH ELIZABETH, is a seventy-eight year old widow, living at 3 Turley Green.
WIER WILLIAM, (born Alveley 1794- son of John & Elizabeth Wier) farms 30 acres. He and his wife Mary (born Eardington 1811) live at 4 Cookscross. They have two sons; John (born 1840) and William (born 1846).
WILLIAMS SAMUEL, is a fifty-seven year old stone quarryman. He and his wife Ann (forty-six) live at 26 Alveley.
WILLIAMS ELIZABETH, (widow-aged sixty-three) is employed as a domestic servant at Moor House.
WILLIAMS MARTHA, is a seventy-one year old widow living at 21 Alveley.
WILLIAMS SAMUEL, is a fifty-seven year old stone quarryman- married to Ann.
WILLIAMS EDMUND, is a twenty-eight year old stone quarryman. He and his wife Jane (twenty-five) live at 32 Alveley with their children; Henry (six), Edith (three) and Mary (one).
WILLIAMS THOMAS, is a seventy-two year old labourer. He lives at 33 Alveley with his daughter Mary (aged twenty-nine- described in the 1871 census as "Imbecile from birth").
WRIGHT PHOEBE, (widow) lives at 1 New Row.
WRIGHT THOMAS, is a twenty-seven year old Alveley born stone quarry man. He and his wife Jane Ann live at 3 Alveley with their two sons George (five) and William (two).
WOOD GEORGE, is a forty-two year old Alveley born stone quarryman. He and his wife Sarah live at 2 Pottersloade with their seven children; Ann (thirteen), George (eleven), Hannah (nine), Alice (seven), James (five), John (three) and Jeffrey (one).
WOOD ANN, (aged forty-five) lives at 1 Daddlebrook with her two unmarried brothers William (forty-two) and John (forty-one).Both men are employed as stone quarrymen. (They are the children of James and Mary Wood.).
WOOD HANNAH, is a seventy-eight year old widow. She lives at 2 Daddlebrook with her son John, a fifty-one year old stone quarryman, and grandaughter Luisa Rowley (eighteen).
WOOD JAMES, (thirty-eight) is a miner. He lives at 3 Daddlebrook with his mother Druscilla (widow of Jeffrey Wood) and his seventy-five year old Spinster Aunt, Sybil.
WOOD GEORGE, (aged thirty-six-son of James & Mary Wood) is a stone sawyer. He and his wife Ellen (thirty) live at 5 Alveley with their eight year old son Henry.
YARDLEY THOMAS, (aged thirty-eight) is Innkeeper & Blacksmith at "The Bell Inn" (4 Alveley). He and his forty-two year old wife Ellen have seven children; Louisa (thirteen), Alice (eleven), Henry (nine), James (eight), Richard (five), John (two ) and Thomas (nine months).
Proceedings against the occupier of "The Bell Inn"
December 17th 1870: allowed Gambling Fined 10s and 19s 4d costs.
February 4th 1871: allowed Gambling Fined œ1 and 11s.
YATES RICHARD, is a seventy-one year old Alveley born Carpenter. He and his wife Hannah (fifty-two) live at 57 Alveley.
YATES WILLIAM, (sixty-five) is a retired Wheelwright. He and his wife Sarah live at 16 Alveley, with their daughter Emma Turley, a thirty- one year old dressmaker.

 

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