Bibliography of Nottinghamshire Folk Plays & Related Customs

I.T.Jones Collection (1881, Census - Messingham)

Source:
[Anon. (Auth.)]
Larceny by Morris Dancers: 1881 Census - Messingham
I.T.Jones Collection, Recorded 8th Apr. 1881, Ref.L4-3

Census returns housed in Lincoln Library. 1881 Census reel 24 covers Messingham recorded on 8/4/1881. The following names match those of the defendants listed in the register of Brigg Petty Sessions 11/4/1881.

a. George Altoft, age 21, unmarried agricultural labourer, lived in London Road, born Yaddlethorpe, Lincs

b. George Henry Crampton, age 27, unmarried agricultural labourer, lived in School Lane, born Holme, Lincs.

c. George Jackson, age 28, unmarried agricultural labourer, lived in School Lane, born Messingham.

d. John William Richardson, age 21, unmarried agricultural labourer, lived in Cow Street, born Messingham.

Index Terms:
Locations: Messingham, Lincs. (SE8904)
Years: Recorded 1881
Subjects: Census
People: Mr. Idwal Tudor Jones (Col.); Mr. George Altoft (Perf.); Mr. George Henry Crampton (Perf.); Mr. George Jackson (Perf.); Mr. John William Richardson (Perf.)
Archives: Ref.: TD00576; I.T.Jones Collection, Ref.L4-3

Indexed by Idwal Jones. Last updated Feb.2005

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