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Christiana Pattison/Sorrell/Stephenson

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alviegal

alviegal Report 6 Feb 2010 21:32

One of the boys in 1901? Coatham is very near Redcar.


1901 census transcription details for: 10, Tod Point Road, Coatham
National Archive Reference:
RG number: RG13 Piece: 4570 Folio: 131 Page: 41

Reg. District: Guisbrough Sub District: Marske
Parish: Coatham Enum. District: 6
Ecclesiastical District: Christ Church City/Municipal Borough:
Address: 10, Tod Point Road, Coatham
County: Yorkshire (North riding)
Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation ,
Disability Where Born
SORRELL, Thos Head Married M 72 1829 Furnace Laborer
Bennison
Yorkshire
SORRELL, Sophia Wife Married F 70 1831
D K
Co Not Std
Eng
SORRELL, Thomas Nephew Single M 16 1885 Furnace Laborer
Coatham
Yorkshire
HUGHES, Fredk Boarder Single M 38 1863 Furnace Laborer
Ireland


Another at school.


1901 census transcription details for: Sir W Turners Hospital, Kirkleatham, Kirkleatham
National Archive Reference:
RG number: RG13 Piece: 4569 Folio: 70 Page: 15

Reg. District: Guisbrough Sub District: Marske
Parish: Kirkleatham Enum. District: 4
Ecclesiastical District: St Cuthberts City/Municipal Borough:
Address: Sir W Turners Hospital, Kirkleatham, Kirkleatham
County: Yorkshire (North riding)
Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation ,
Disability Where Born
BLAND, Thomas Master Married M 65 1836 Schoolmaster
Barnard Castle
Durham
BLAND, Isabella Wife Married F 62 1839
Staindrop
Durham
BLAND, Earnest E Son Single M 31 1870 Assistant Master B A Partner
Redcar
Yorkshire
BLAND, Gertrude E Daughter Single F 29 1872
Redcar
Yorkshire
IVERSEN, Henrik Boarder Single M 19 1882 Student
Norway (Foreign Subject)
ELEISON, Enar Boarder Single M 21 1880 Student
Norway (Foreign Subject)
WOOFT, Elizabeth Servant Single F 18 1883 General Servant (Domestic)
Staindrop
Durham
COCKERELL, Emily Servant Single F 18 1883 Housemaid Domestic
Skelton on Cleveland
Yorkshire
ATKINSON, Alfred Servant Single M 16 1885 General Servant Domestic
Marske
Yorkshire
PINKNEY, William Scholar M 14 1887 Attending School
Redcar
Yorkshire
WRAY, Thomas W Scholar M 13 1888 Attending School
Warringby Nr Redcar
Yorkshire
>>>SORRIL, Alfred Scholar M 13 1888 Attending School
Warringby Nr Redcar
Yorkshire
TURNER, Thomas N Scholar M 12 1889 Attending School
South Bank
Yorkshire
WALLACE, John J Scholar M 9 1892 Attending School
Warrenby Redcar
Yorkshire
ATKINSON, William Boarder Widower M 78 1823 Retired Sailor
Coatham Redcar
Yorkshire
PIERCE, William Boarder Widower M 86 1815 Retired Stableman
Richmond
Yorkshire
BELL, William Boarder Widower M 79 1822 Retired Labourer
Marton
Yorkshire
ANSELL, Walter Boarder Widower M 68 1833 Retired Butler
Swannington
Leicestershire
RUCROFT, Ruben Boarder Widower M 74 1827 Retired Butler
Reeth
Yorkshire
TENNARD, Robert Boarder Widower M 64 1837 Labourer On Roads
Lythe
Yorkshire
BENNISON, Emma Matron Single F 49 1852 Schoolmistress
Coatham Redcar
Yorkshire
KEYWORTH, Mary Scholar F 13 1888 Attending School
Darlington
Durham
CROSSLEY, Edith Scholar F 13 1888 Attending School
Redcar
Yorkshire
WALLACE, Barbara Scholar F 12 1889 Attending School
Staithes
Yorkshire
FLETCHER, William Servant Widower M 60 1841 General Servant
Peckering
Yorkshire
WALTON, Mary Tenant Widow F 61 1840 Charwoman
Thornaby
Yorkshire
WALLER, Elizabeth Tenant Single F 63 1838 Dressmaker
Acklam
Yorkshire
SYLVESTER, Mary Inmate Single F 79 1822 Retired Schoolmistress
Wath on Durn
Yorkshire
MITCHELL, Elizabeth Tenant Widow F 68 1833
Darlington
Durham
LEGGETT, Susan Inmate Widow F 78 1823
Shipdam
Norfolk
FORSYTHE, Margaret Inmate Single F 94 1807 Retired Housekeeper
Belford
Northumberland
PARKER, Maria Nurse Married F 48 1853 Hospital Nurse
Newton Le Willows
Yorkshire
PARKER, Elizabeth E Nurses Daur F 13 1888
Middleton Queanar
Yorkshire
PARKER, Edith M Nurses Daur F 10 1891
Middleton Queanar
Yorkshire
PARKER, Tom Nurses Son M 6 1895
Northallerton
Yorkshire
YARROW, Eleanor Inmate Widow F 76 1825
Pickering
Yorkshire
RUTHERFORD, Anne J Tenant Single F 37 1864 Living On Own Means
Warfdale
Yorkshire
RUTHERFORD, Mary Tenant Single F 28 1873 Living On Own Means
Kirkleatham
Yorkshire
SWINBANK, Elizabeth Servant Single F 39 1862 General Servant (Domestic)
Darlington
Durham

Gwyn in Kent

Gwyn in Kent Report 6 Feb 2010 21:26

I'll take a slow look, but my immediate thought is have you got the correct 1st marriage?

Was she really that young ?

Do you have her father recorded on a marriage that you KNOW to be correct?

Gwyn

Peter

Peter Report 6 Feb 2010 21:13

Hello all,

I am pieceing together the life of a relation of mine, and it is a little confusing. If I add my findings here can others check to see if I am on the right lines or whether I am being mistaken?

Christiana Pattison was born in 1868 in Stokesley, Yorkshire the daughter of James and Hannah Pattison. She is living with her family in 1881:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
James PATTINSON Head M Male 40 York, England Tinner
Hannah PATTINSON Wife M Female 39 Stockton On Tees
Edward STEPHENSON Uncle W Male 66 Brafferton, Durham, England Hawker
Isaac PATTINSON Son Male 17 Stockton
Christiana PATTINSON Daur Female 15 Guisbro, York, England
Mary Ann PATTINSON Daur Female 13 Stokesley, York, England
Isabella PATTINSON Daur Female 9 Redcar, York, England Scholar
Annie PATTINSON Niece Female 12 Hartlepool, Durham, England Scholar
Margaret PATTINSON Daur Female 7 Redcar, York, England Scholar
Edward PATTINSON Son Male 4 Redcar, York, England Scholar
Lavinia PATTINSON Daur Female 3 Redcar, York, England Scholar
Hanibal PATTINSON Son Male 1 Redcar, York, England

Source Information:
Dwelling 63 Red Lion St
Census Place Redcar, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342166
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4841 / 74
Page Number 58

She was married in September 1881 to James Sorrell, and the couple seemed to have settled in Redcar, North Yorkshire, and had at least three children (1891 Census, 1 Albert Place, Redcar, Yorkshire). These children were:

1 - Thomas Sorrell - b 1885
2 - Alfus Sorrell - b 1888
3 - John W. Sorrell - 1890

Here in 1891 her birthplace is recorded as Stokesley, North Yorkshire. James Sorrell was working as an employed joiner. I cannot find a death for James, but it seems that Christiana married under her married name of Sorrell to Thomas Stephenson in 1894; she was recorded as a widow, although strangely her father was not recorded on the marriage certificate. No father was mentioned at all.

In 1901 she and her husband Thomas Stephenson (a plater helper) and two daughters are living in St. Hilda`s, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire and although the document states she was a year older than she actually was, it also records herself as being born in Redcar, Yorkshire.

Her two daughters are:

Margaret Stephenson, b 1895
Seliana Stephenson, b 1900

Both girls were born in Middlesbrough.

I can see no sign of Christiana in the 1911 although the only suitable death I can find in for 1923 in Thirsk.

Can anyone see Christiana in the 1911? Also, do my findings seem correct? Something just doesn't seem right to me with this; for example, why can I not find a death for James Sorrell, and why are her young boys (Sorrell) not living with her and Thomas Stephenson in 1901. I've not even found the boys in 1901. Also, when Christiana and Thomas Stephenson married, why did she not mention her father James Pattison?

I'd be glad of any help!

Thank you!