1805 Info 2a for John Crompton
His first son, Thomas Crompton, Thomas' wife Margaret elizabeth Duggleby

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Thomas CROMPTON, the first child of John and Ann, was born on 03 June 1837 at Houndales, Nafferton and was christened at Nafferton on 11 July1837.

In 1851 Thomas was a pupil at Yeoman's School, Lord Mayor's Walk, York, a school of 39 pupil, whose age ranged from 8 to 16 years. The name suggests that it attracted the sons of yeomen farmers to a prestigious location in York. It was in close proximity to York Minster and what was then St John's College, York, established in 1841 as a church college for training teachers.

1851 Census Sun/Mon 30/31st March 1851
Source:     FHL Film  TNA Ref H1O7
            Piece 2353 Folio 209 Page 38 Sched 158 
Dwelling:   Yeoman's School, Lord Mayor's Walk    
Place:      York [St Giles], York ER, England

Name             Rel   Mar  Age  Occupation                  Birthplace 
Thomas Crompton             13   Scholar                     Yorks, Nafferton
Aerial photograph Lord Mayor's Walk - 40kB jpg Lord Mayors Walk, York - 69kB jpg
Above: Aerial photograph of Lord Mayor's Walk, York Above: Lord Mayor's Walk, York showing the approximate position of Yeoman's School
1861 Census Sun/Mon. 7/8th April 1861
Source:     FHL Film  TNA Ref RG09
            Piece 3606 Folio 72 Page 14 Sched 9
Dwelling:       
Place:      Lowthorpe, York, England

Name              Rel   Mar  Age  Occupation              Birthplace 
Thomas  Crompton  Head   U   23   Farmer of 210 acres     Yorks, Nafferton 
                                  employing 2 lab 2 boys
Rachael Pearson   Serv   U   39   House Keeper            Yorks, Skipsea Brough
Elizabeth Cooper  Serv   U   15                           Yorks, Burton Agnes
Mark Temple       Serv   U   26   Forman [Stet]           Yorks, Cayton 
George Heath      Serv   U   33   Ag Lab                  Middlesex, Longford
Jerimia Lampleigh Serv   U   15   Plough Boy              Yorks, Thornholme
John  Whiting     Serv   U   13   Crowtenter              Yorks, Ottringham
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Industrial relations at Lowthorpe

Driffield Times
Saturday June 14, 1862
LOWTHORPE Robert MIGGLESBY, farm servant of Nafferton, was charged by his master, Thomas CROMPTON, farmer, of the same place, with   absenting himself from his service on the 9th inst. Ordered to return to his place, to pay 16s 6s costs, with abatement of 10s from his wages.

Source: Driffield and Wolds Genealogy


Thomas' marriage

On 04 October 1865 Thomas married Margaret Elizabeth Duggleby of Beswick Hall, Barmston.

HULL PACKET
15th October 1865
Hull Packet wedding announcement - 15kB gif
GRO Marriages 
Margaret Elizabeth Duggleby   Thomas Crompton   4thQt1865 Beverly 9d 221

Margaret Elizabeth Duggleby was born 01 May1846 (GRO reg: Bridlington XXIII 35) at Barmston, three miles south of Bridlington. She was part of the large Duggleby family who had farmed Beswick Hall for over 300 years. Her father William, the third son, probably had to find his own farm as Beswick was farmed by his father and eldest brother.

1871 Census Sun/Mon. 2/3rd April 1871
Source:      FHL Film  TNA Ref RG10
             Piece 4805 Folio 61 Page 4 Sched 12
Dwelling:
Place:       Lowthorpe, York, England

Name                  Rel   Mar  Age Occupation                  Birthplace
Thomas Crompton      Head    M   33  Farmer of 420 acres b       Yorks, Nafferton
                                     employing 1 shepherd 4 labs
Margaret E Crompton  Wife    M   24                              Yorks, Barmston
Thomas Crompton      Son          3                              Yorks, Lowthorpe
Mary jane Cole       Serv    U   20  General Servant             Yorks, Buford                   
Harriet Mooring      Serv    U   19  General Servant             Yorks, West Sutton
Francis Fairbottom   Serv    U   22  Farm servant                Yorks, Nafferton
George Knott         Serv    U   20  Farm Servant                Yorks, Howden
Charles Thorley      Serv    U   19  Farm Servant                Yorks, Ruston Parva
Thomas Masson        Serv    U   15  Farm Servant                Yorks, Driffield
George Hodson        Serv    U   14  Farm Servant                Yorks, Rudstone
John Deighton        Serv    U   21  Farm Servant                Yorks, Rudstone

The enumerator's descriptions gives no indication which farm belonged to Thomas. However, the Enumerator's Lowthorpe trail leads from Tithe Farm, Wansford, past Cattleholme and Railway Cottages to Crompton and The Lodge. This suggests the Crompton's farmed Well Close Farm. Sleights was only accessible from Nafferton.

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HULL PACKET

Source: Yorkshire Research - Owners of Land in the East Riding of Yorkshire, 1871

An accident at Lowthorpe

Driffield Times
Saturday 6 September 1873
LOWTHORPE On Tuesday last, an accident occurred which terminated fatally on Wednesday. A lad went into Mr Thomas CROMPTON's stackyard with a waggon loaded with corn, when the horses, two young ones, suddenly took fright and ran away. The foreman, who was on a stack instantly jumped down and seized the horses, in order to stop them; but he was overpowered   and knocked down, one of the front wheels of the waggon passing over his body and the hind wheel driving over him before it crushing him most horribly. The poor fellow lingered until Wednesday at noon. The deceased's name is Daniel TWIDDLE, he is 26 years of age and leaves a widow and one child. - Accidental death.

Source: Driffield and Wolds Genealogy


1881 Census   Sun/Mon 2/3rd April 1881
Source:       FHL Film  TNA Ref RG11
              Piece 4792 Folio 57 Page 17 Sched 19
Dwelling:       
Place:        Lowthorpe, York, England

Name                      Rel  Mar Age Occupation               Birthplace 
Thomas Crompton           Head  M  43  Farmer of 575 acres,     Yorks, Nafferton
                                       employ 8 men and 6 boys
Margaret Crompton         Wife  M  34                           Yorks, Barmston
Charles William Crompton   Son      9  Scholar                  Yorks, Lowthorpe
Mary Agnes Crompton        Dau      7  Scholar                  Yorks, Lowthorpe
John Henry Crompton        Son      5  Scholar                  Yorks, Lowthorpe
Richard Cecil Crompton     Son      4                           Yorks, Lowthorpe
Margaret L. Crompton       Dau      1m                          Yorks, Lowthorpe
Mary Ann Laytham          Govn  U  21  Governess teacher        Bedford, Wymington
Annie Kitchen             Serv  U  23  Domestic Serv            Yorks, Malton
Mary Elliot               Serv  U  19  Domestic Serv            Yorks, Hull Bridge
Sarah Thurlow             Serv  U  13  Nursemaid                Yorks, Ruston Parva
John Sykes                Serv  U  21  Farm Serv Indoors        Yorks, Sherburn
William Hudson            Serv  U  21  Farm Serv Indoors        Yorks, Barythorpe 
Thomas Sharp              Serv  U  16  Ag Lab                   Yorks, Wetwang
David Walker              Serv  U  16  Ag Lab                   Yorks, Huggate   
Henry Greenlow            Serv  U  15  Ag Lab                   Yorks, Nafferton
Francis Bell              Serv  M  49  Farm Lab                 Lincoln, Keadby
George Davison      Ratcatcher  M  62  Ratcatcher               Yorks, Killington
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Their eldest son, Thomas, was away at a boarding school.

1881 Census  Sun/Mon 2/3rd April 1881
Source:      FHL Film  TNA Ref RG11
             Piece: 4732; Folio: 63; Page: 20; 
Dwelling:    West Green Grammar School
Place:       Parish of Pocklington, York, England

Name              Rel     Mar  Age  Occupation            Birthplace 
Thomas Crompton   Boarder       13  Scholar               Lowthorpe
THOMAS CROMPTON
of Lowthorpe
Born June 3rd 1837
Died August 4th 1890

The memory of the lost is blessed


On the right base is recorded

Also of
his wife
Margaret Elizabeth
died March 30th 1936
in her 90th year


On the left base is the memorial to their son John Henry killed in action at 3rd Ypres.
Thomas' gravestone - 45kBjpg

Margaret Elizabeth DUGGLEBY/CROMPTON/WILLIAMS

GRO birth
Duggleby Margaret Elizabeth Bridlington vol. XXIII page 35 2nd Quarter 1846

Margaret Elizabeth was born in 1846 at Barmston, some three miles south of Bridlington. She was part of the large Duggleby family of Beswick Hall, which they had farmed for over 300 years. Her father William, being the third son, probably had to find his own farm as Beswick was being farmed by his father and eldest brother.

Margaret Elizabeth was widowed on 4 August 1890, when Thomas died. The 1891 census suggests that she took on the responsibility for the farm along with Charles William, her eldest son.

1805info2a, sheet 5
1891 Census   Sun/Mon 5/6th April 1891
Source:       FHL Film  TNA Ref RG12
              Piece 3953 Folio 65 Page 18 Sched 20
Dwelling:     
Place:        Lowthorpe, York, England

Name                 Rel  Mar Age Occupation       Birthplace
Margaret E Crompton  Head Wid 44  Farmer           Yorks, Barmston
Charles W Crompton   Son   U  19  Farmer's son     Yorks, Lowthorpe
Mary A Crompton      Dau      17                   Yorks, Lowthorpe
John H Crompton      Son      15  Scholar          Yorks, Lowthorpe
Richard C Crompton   Son      14  Scholar          Yorks, Lowthorpe
Margaret L Crompton  Dau      10  Scholar          Yorks, Lowthorpe
Constance E Crompton Dau       8  Scholar          Yorks, Lowthorpe
William E Crompton   Son       7  Scholar          Yorks, Lowthorpe
Arthur M Crompton    Son       3  Scholar          Yorks, Lowthorpe
Mary E S Watson      Serv  U  23  Governess School Yorks, Ackworth
Frances A Mainprize? Serv  U  20  Domestic serv    Yorks, Gembling
Mary J Clubley       Serv  U  19  Domestic serv    Yorks, Carnaby
Source: Bulmer's trade directory Lowthorpe 1892
Farmers                                 
Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Crompton
It has been established that Margaret Elizabeth Crompton was married, for the second time, to Thomas WILLIAMS in the third quarter of 1894 in Scarborough. However, in the 1901 census, even though Margaret's condition is given as 'married' Thomas WILLIAMS is not mentioned. In Mary Agnes' wedding photograph, dated Bridlington 20 June 1900, Margaret Elizabeth appears in her widows weeds, looking like Queen Victoria. It is therefore assumed that Thomas WILLIAMS had recently died.

GRO death records have been searched for Thomas WILLIAMS' death but there is no firm evidence of a Thomas WILLIAMS dying in the East Riding between 1894 and 1901. His place of death was expected to be Nafferton, however a Thomas WILLIAMS, aged 52, died in Beverley in the 2nd quarter of 1894 (GRO ref: Beverley 9d 57).

On the 1911 census Margaret Elizabeth is recorded as a widow. Against the years married the enumerator has crossed out 10. Does this suggest she was widowed in 1904? Again there are no matching records.

Right: Margaret Elizabeth WILLIAMS at Mary Agnes's wedding 20 June 1900
Margaret Elizabeth Williams circa 1900
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1901 Census   Sun/Mon 31st March/1st April 1901
Source:       FHL Film  TNA Ref RG13
              Piece 4524 Folio 94 Page 27  Sched 199                       
Dwelling:     'Annandale', 2 Cambridge Street 
Place:        Bridlington, York ER, England

Name                 Rel  Mar Age Occupation      Status   Birthplace
Margaret Williams    Head Wid 54  Retired farmer           Yorks, Barmston
Margaret L Crompton  Dau   U  20                           Yorks, Lowthorpe
Constance E Crompton Dau   U  18                           Yorks, Lowthorpe
Arthur M Crompton    Son   U  13                           Yorks, Lowthorpe
Right: A map locating 2 Cambridge Street, Bridlington Map locating Cambridge Street Bridlington - 52kB jpg
2 Cambridge Street, Bridlington 2010 - 39kB jpg Left: 2 Cambridge Street, Bridlington in 2010

The photograph shows the corner of Quay Street and Cambridge Street. The doors facing are numbers 4 and 6. It is believed that the door to number 2 is under the pharmacy shop front.
1805info2a, sheet 7
The blocked window, to the left of the street name, suggests an entrance to the right of the wheelie bin door. It is possible that the entrance to this property included the corner bay window and the feature corner 'attic' window. In its hey-day this must have been a more salubrious property, over looking an ornamental garden.

Right: Close-up of 2 Cambridge Street, Bridlington 2010
Close-up of 2 Cambridge Street, Bridlington 2010 - 38kB jpg

By the time of the 1911 census Margaret Elizabeth had returned to Nafferton.

1911 Census:      Sun/Mon 2nd April/3rd April 1911
Source:   TNA Ref:        RG14 PN28859  
          Reg. Gen. Ref:  RG78 PN1659  En.Dist: 4 Sched: 22A
          RegDist: Driffield SubDist: Driffield
Dwelling: Driffield Road              
Place:    Nafferton, Driffield, Yorkshire East Riding              
Rooms in dwelling, other than scullery, landing, lobby, closet, bathroom: 7
Years married: - Not completed         
Children:      - Not completed 

Name                         Rel  Mar Age  Occupation                Birthplace 
Margaret Elizabeth Williams  Head  W   69  None                      Yorks, Barmston   
Margaret Louisa Crompton      Dau  U   30  Vocalist/Teacher Singing  Yorks, Lowthorpe 
Constance Eleanor Crompton    Dau  U   28                            Yorks, Lowthorpe  
Catherine Haye Simpson       Comp  U   20  Lady Help                 Scotland, Edinburgh
Edith Precious               Serv  U   20  General Servant           Yorks, Seaton Ross
The exact location of the 1911 house can not be determined. On the enumerators round the house was four dwellings from one end and seven from the other. There are two possibilities. One of these properties or ...

Right: Driffield Road, Nafferton in 2010; towards North Street and High Street: houses which would easily accommodate two grown daughters and two servants.
Driffield Road, Nafferton - 27kB jpg
1805info2a, sheet 8
Sunnyside, 14 Driffield Road, Nafferton 2010 - 38kB jpg ... or Sunnyside, the temporary home of Thomas CROMPTON (b.1863) before he moved into Westfield Farm.

Left: Sunnyside, 14 Driffield Road, Nafferton 2010
From the evidence of John Henry CROMPTON's war record, at the Australian War Memorial, Margaret Elizabeth moved in later life to the coast. The effects of her dead son were sent, on 29 November 1918, to 7 Princess Royal Terrace, Scarborough.

In October 2010 11 Princess Royal Terrace was for sale at £235000. It was described as:
‘Located on the south side of Scarborough and laid out over five floors this substantial eight bedroomed property has been recently run as a guest house but would make a substantial family home or possibly student accommodation (subject to relevant permissions being obtained). The property briefly comprises eight bedrooms, nine bath/shower rooms, three reception rooms, spacious kitchen, utility room plus a workshop/store to the basement level/owners accommodation. Outside the property has lawned gardens to both the front and rear plus also at the rear there is a decked patio area, garden shed plus additional hard standing. Viewing cannot be recommended highly enough to fully appreciate the finish, lawned rear garden and potential on offer with this spacious terraced home.
7 Princes Royal Terrace Scarborough 2010 - 33kB jpg
Right: 7 Princes Royal Terrace, Scarborough in 2010
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Map of Princes Royal Terrace, Scarborough - 11kB gif Map of Scarborough - 20kB gif
Left and above: Maps locating
7 Princess Royal Terrace, Scarborough [YO11 2RP]
The photograph on the right shows an elderly Margaret Elizabeth at the home of her son Charlie, at Hall Green Farm, Wakefield.  It was taken between John Henry's return from Canada and his sailing to Australia - 27 April and 31 July 1914. John Henry has marked the back of the photograph 'My mother, brother Charlie's wife and little girl and brother Walter'. It is possible that the two brothers took Margaret Elizabeth to Hall Green Farm.

Right: - left to right Walter, John Henry
Anne Elizabeth, Ruthie and Margaret Elizabeth
Source: Alex Postan's papers, Wainwright, Alberta
Walter, John Henry, Anne Elizabeth, Ruthie, Margaret Elizabeth at Hall Green 1914 - 40kB jpg

1805info2a, sheet 10

Her death

Although Margaret Elizabeth died in Newcastle she returned to Lowthorpe to be buried with Thomas and next to two of her infant children. The memorial to John Henry, her son killed in World War 1 is also recorded on the memorial.

Then, on 4 November 1922, the Australian National Memorial Plaque, Memorial Scroll and 'Where the Australians Rest' were sent to her at 18 Kingswood Avenue, High West Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne. It is possible that she lived with her son Walter.

Map locating 18 KIngswood Avenue, High West Jesmond - 38kB jpg 18 KIngswood Avenue, High West Jesmond - 31kB jpg
Above: Map locating 18 KIngswood Avenue, High West Jesmond

Right: 18 KIngswood Avenue, High West Jesmond

ALSO OF
HIS WIFE
MARGARET ELIZABETH
DIED MARCH 30TH 1936
IN HER 90TH YEAR



Right: Margaret Elizabeth's memorial at Lowthorpe
Margaret Elizabeth's memorial at Lowthorpe - 26kB jpg
GRO deaths
Margaret E Williams 89 Newcastle T 106 234 1st Quarter 1936

Thomas WILLIAMS - Margaret Elizabeth's second husband

Thomas WILLIAMS, Margaret Elizabeth's second husband, had been married before.

In 1861 a Thomas WILLIAMS and his young wife, who he may have met in his capacity as a 'commercial traveller, were living in Great Driffield on a street of tradesmen who employed workers.

1861 Census Sun/Mon. 7/8th April 1861
Source:     FHL Film  TNA Ref RG09
            Piece: 3607 Folio: 63 Page: 18
Dwelling:   New Road    
Place:      Great Driffield, York, England

Name             Rel   Mar  Age  Occupation            Birthplace 
Thomas Williams  Head   M   25   Commercial traveller  Yorks, Barton Le Street
Mary A Williams  Wife   M   21                         Yorks, Leeds
Mary Swift       M-i-L Wid  57                         Middlesex, London  
Jane Grayson     Bord        8                         Yorks, Sledmere  

Logically therefore, his wife's maiden name was Mary A SWIFT, was born in Leeds in 1839. In 1851 her mother, much travelled for the time, was lodging in a house in Scarborough, supported by her son. Mary was recorded as another lodger.

Source: GRO Births
Swift  Mary Ann   1st Quarter 1839  Leeds  vol.23 page 420

However, a FreeBMD search between 1858 and 1861 matches the marriage of a Thomas WILLIAMS to a Mary Squires of Leeds. GRO Marriages show no marriages for Mary SWIFT in 1858, but one in 1859, which according to FreeBMD, did not marry a Thomas WILLIAMS.

Source: GRO Marriages
Williams  Thomas  2nd Quarter 1858  Leeds  vol.9d page 358 
Squires  Mary     2nd Quarter 1858  Leeds  vol.9d page 358
Swift  Mary Ann   1st Quarter 1859  Leeds  vol.9b page 428
1805info2a, sheet 11

Shortly after the 1861 census Mary ann died ...

Source: GRO Deaths
Williams Mary Ann 4th Quarter 1862  Driffield   vol.9d page 187

... and Thomas' second marriage followed soon after ...

Source: GRO Marriages
Williams Thomas    3rd Quarter 1863  Driffield  vol.9d page 375
Lamplugh Ellen     3rd Quarter 1863  Driffield  vol.9d page 375

... to Ellen LAMPLUGH, born in Burton Agnes, to ...

Source: IGI v.4/5 Batch:   Source: C105901  Type: FC female christening
Ellen Lamplugh 15 February 1829, Burton Agnes, Yorkshire
Father:  James Lamplugh    Mother:  Jane

... but had moved to Great Driffield by the time of the 1841 census. Her now widowed mother, described as being [of] 'Independent' [means], hints at a family of some past standing.

1841 Census Sun/Mon  6/7 June 1841
Source:   FHL Film TNA Ref HO107
          Piece 1217 Book: 2 Folio: 15 Page: 23 Line: 7
Dwelling:
Place:    Great Driffield, York
  
Name              Age  Occupation   Born in County
Jane Lamplugh      45  Independent        Y
Jeremiah Lamplugh  20                     Y
Ellen Lamplugh     12                     Y

Note: Ages are often rounded to the nearest five years
1851 Census Sun/Mon 30/31st March 1851
Source:     FHL Film  TNA Ref HO7
            Piece: 2366 Folio: 93 Page: 7 Sched: 17
Dwelling:       
Place:      Great Kelk, York, England

Name            Rel   Mar  Age  Occupation                       Birthplace 
Robert Danby    Head   M   39   Farmer of 250 acres employing 2  Yorks, Faston 
                                labourers and boys & 1 indoors 
Jemima Danby    Wife   M   38                                    Yorks, Granton
...
Ellen Lamplagh  Vis    U   20   Niece?                           Yorks, Tholaham
1851 Census Sun/Mon 30/31st March 1851
Source:     FHL Film  TNA Ref HO7
            Piece: 2366; Folio: 366; Page: 4;
Dwelling:   Church Lane    
Place:      Great Driffield, York, England

Name                   Rel   Mar  Age  Occupation  Birthplace 
Jane Lamplugh          Head  Wid   54  Annuitant   Yorks, Granton 
James Alfred Lamplugh  GSon   U     8  Scholar     Yorks, Kilham

There is no obvious census data for an Ellen LAMPLUGH born 1831 ±2 years, in the 1861 census. In 1871 Thomas was living in the same road, with Ellen and their new son, but it was now an area of a solicitor, annuitants with servants, governess and gardener. Note how Thomas' has changed his occupation.

1805info2a, sheet 12
1871 Census Sun/Mon. 2/3rd April 1871. 
Source:      FHL Film  TNA Ref RG10
             Piece: 4807 Folio: 19 Page: 32 
Dwelling:    New Road
Place:       Great Driffield, York ER, England

Name              Rel   Mar  Age  Occupation           Birthplace
Thomas Williams   Head   M    35  Provisions merchant  Yorks, Barton Le Street
Ellen Williams    Wife   M    40                       Yorks, Thornholme
George C Williams Son          1                       Yorks, Driffield
Jane Armitage     Serv   U    19  Domestic servant     Yorks, Harum [Harpham] 

Note: Barton le Street is north-west of Malton.

In 1881 Thomas had retired to Scarborough to the Westborough, a road passing the station and leading to the sea front. The census page shows that professional people and annuitants, with a single servant, lived there. John henry CROMPTON, nominated his mother Margaret elizabeth CROMPTON, then of 55 Westborough Road, Scarborough, as his next of kin in his Australian Army attestation papers. Perhaps Margaret elizabeth and Thomas first met here ...

1881 Census  Sun/Mon 2/3rd April 1881
Source:      FHL Film  TNA Ref RG11
             Piece: 4804 Folio: 103 Page: 4  Sched: 14                       
Dwelling:    Rose Villa, Westboro, [next to 56 Westborough] 
Place:       Scarborough, York ER, England

Name             Rel  Mar Age Occupation      Birthplace
Thos. Williams   Head  M  45  Retired Tanner  Yorks, Barton Le Street
Ellen Williams   Wife  M  49                  Yorks, Thornholme
Geo. D. Williams Son      11  Scholar         Yorks, Driffield
An... Rose       Serv     17  Servant         Yorks, Thirsk
54 Westborough is on the left and 56 on the right. It is believed the Rose Villa is the central green door.

Right: 54-56 Westborough, Scarborough

By 1891 Thomas WILLIAMS and his family had moved 250m down the A171 to 69 Falsgrove Road.
54-56 Westborough, Scarborough - 38kB jpg
1805info2a, sheet 13
1891 Census   Sun/Mon 5/6th April 1891
Source:       FHL Film  TNA Ref RG12
              Piece: 3968 Folio 5 Page 3 Sched: 20
Dwelling:     69 Falsgrove Road
Place:        Scarborough, York ER, England

Name            Rel  Mar Age Occupation                  Birthplace
Thomas Williams Head  M   53 Commercial traveller        Yorks, Malton
Ellen Williams  Wife  M   58                             Yorks, Driffield 
Elizabeth Burn  Serv  U   20 General Servant (Domestic)  Yorks, Driffield

Ellen died in 1893 ... .

Source: GRO Deaths
Williams  Ellen  60  3rd Quarter 1893 Scarborough 9d 301 

... and Thomas remarried, for the third time, one year later in the third quarter of 1894 (GRO ref: Scarborough 9d 543).

There is no obvious record of Thomas WILLIAM's death.


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