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Where in 1881?

Residents of Inkpen Common (Berkshire):

Jane Black (66) with her grand-daughter Britannia Black (17) and Thomas Black (79), who was her husband's brother. Jane and Britannia are shown as Licensed Hawkers and Thomas as Agricultural Labourer

Morris Black (22) with wife Annie (22) and daughter Rhoda (3). Morris is also an Agricultural Labourer

Amos Black (40) with wife Mary (36) and children Amos (18), Mary (16), Nelson (13), Leander (11), Trainette (9), Sarah (6) and Henry (4). Amos is shown as a Horsedealer, Amos jnr as "Dealer's son", and the two Mary's Licensed Hawkers. The other children apart from the youngest are all at school.

John Black (36) with wife Mary Ann (35) and children Caroline (13), Bella (11), Maria (9), Trisolume (7), Virtina (4) and Alice (1). John is a Hawker.

Click here to see who was still there in 1891 and how close they lived to each other...

Residents of New Street, Andover (Hampshire):

At number 155: Henry Black (37) with wife Rosa (37) and children Harry (14), Thomas (12), Mary (8), Frederick (6), Elias (4), Samuel (2) and Alfred (8m). Henry is a Licensed Hawker and all the children apart from the youngest are at school.

At number 121: Charles Stockwell (26) with wife Rhoda (27) and children Rose (4), Kate (1) and Lily (7w). Charles is a General Labourer

Residents of Titcombe, Kintbury (Berkshire):

Henry Hamblin (39) with wife Arabella (29) and children Arthur (8), Maurice (7), Mary J (5) and Henry M (3). Henry is an Agricultural Labourer. Arabella appears in the 1881 CDs as Havabala!

Temporary Residents of Durrington (Wiltshire):

Walter Black (40) with wife Eliza (36) and children John (18), Charlotte (13), Henry (10), Walter (9), Jinnet (7), Leonard (5), Alice (4) and Edward (1). Walter is a Hawker of Brushes and their address is shown as "Travelling Hawkers"

Residents of Blue Barn Cottages, Batdon (Wiltshire):

Although Clementina had died her family were living here

Residents of West Fields Con, Newbury (Berkshire):

Jamima was a widow

Residents of The City, Newbury (Berkshire):

Mary had married Richard Williams but by this time she was a widow with children Absolem, Jane and Job. This is quite close to where Jamima lived

 
Amos
Clementine
John
Jamima
Walter
Mary
Henry
Alice
Matthew
Thomas
Arabella
Rhoda
Maurice
Rosanna
 
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