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James Marriott

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James Marriott (c1839- )

1851 Living at Blonk Street, Brightside, Sheffield: John Marriott (age 43 born Brightside), Jobsmith. With his wife Sarah Marriott (age 40 born Sheffield) and their eight children; Ann Marriott (age 19 born Brightside); George Marriott (age 17 born Brightside), Jobsmith; Charles Marriott (age 15 born Brightside), Jobsmith; Maria Marriott (age 13 born Brightside); James Marriott (age 12 born Brightside), Errand Boy; John Marriott (age 10 born Brightside); Frederick Marriott (age 8 born Brightside); and Jane Marriott (age 1 born Brightside). [1]

1861 Living at Blonk Street, Sheffield: Sarah Marriott (age 50 born Sheffield), Chain manufacturer - Widow. With her four children; Maria Marriott (age 23 born Sheffield),Drop? Maker; James Marriott (age 22 born Sheffield), Chain Jobsmith; Frederick Marriott (age 18 born Sheffield), Chain Jobsmith; and Jane Marriott (age 11 born Sheffield).[2]

1869 James Marriott, Blacksmith of Blonk Street accused of receiving stolen good.[3]

1911 Living at 39 Neville Street, Sheffield: James Marriott (age 72 born Sheffield), Tool Maker - Moulders - Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Marriott (age 45 born Sheffield). Married eight years and no children.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. Sheffield Independent - Wednesday 03 November 1869
  4. 1911 Census