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Above - 1901 Census

1851 William Grubham
1861 William Grubham
1871 William Grubham
1881 William Grubham

1881 Phillip Grubham
1891 Phillip Grubham
1901 Phillip Grubham
1911 Phillip Grubham

1881 Richard Grubham
1891 Richard Grubham
1901 Jane Grubham
1911 Frank & Annie Sefton

1871 Thomas Arnall
1891 Mary Betsy Arnall
1901 Albert William Grubham
1911 Albert Willam Grubham
1911 Mary Betsy Grubham

1881 William Clark Flowers

1891 William Clark Flowers
1901 Nathaniel Flowers
1911 Nathaniel Flowers

1901 Bawden Wootton
1911 Bawden Wootton

1871 Henry Mason
1881 Henry Mason
1911 William Mason
1911 Emily Mason

1881 James Baker
1891 Lucy Baker
1901 Lucy Baker
1901 Alice Baker

1911 Henry & Alice Grubham

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William Grubham
Philip Grubham
Richard Grubham
Albert William Grubham
Thomas Arnall
William Clark Flowers
Betsy Mary Arnall
Emily Mason
James Baker/Alice Grubham
Henry Grubham





William and Elizabeth Grubham were my Great - Great Grandparents. Their son Phillip married Eliza Berry and they were my Great Grandparents.

Phillip and Eliza Grubham were my Great Grandparents. Their daughter Lucy married John William Jones and they were my Grandparents.

Richard Grubham's parents were William and Elizabeth Grubham. He was Philip Grubham's brother and my Great Grand Uncle. He married Jane Kettle from Claines, Worcester.

Thomas and Emma Arnall were the parents of Mary Betsy Arnall who married my great uncle Bert (Albert William Grubham), Philip and Eliza's son and brother of Lucy my Grandmother.

William Clark and Martha Anne (Nellhams) Flowers were the parents of Nathaniel William Flowers who after loosing his first wife Louisa (Lewis) Flowers, married my great aunt Lizzy (Esther Elizabeth Grubham) Philip and Eliza's daughter and sister of Lucy my Grandmother.

Henry and Mary Mason were the parents of Emily Mason who married my great uncle Jim (James Grubham) Phillip and Eliza's son and brother of Lucy my Grandmother.

James and Lucy Baker were the parents of Alice Mary Baker who married my great uncle Harry (Henry Grubham) Phillip and Eliza's son and brother of Lucy my Grandmother.

1891 Census
RG12/1351 Wanstead, Essex, England.

Lucy Baker (Head) Widow
Age: 49
Occupation: Mangle Woman
Born: St Oswiths, Essex.

Emma L. Baker (Daughter)
Age: 17
Born: Wanstead Essex.

Elizabeth M. Baker (Daughter)
Age: 10
Born: Wanstead Essex.

Ada M. Baker (Daughter)
Age: 7
Born: Wanstead Essex.

Annie H. Baker (Daughter)
Age: 5
Born: Wanstead Essex.

All living at:
2 Hale Road Cottages,
George Lane,
Essex, England


In this census it appears that Lucy's husband James may have died. Also her son, also James is not on census, but he would be 16 and possibly in service somewhere, Also her eldest child Emma Baker was not on the 1881 census but may have been elsewhere at the time.



1901 Census
RG13/1608 Wanstead, Essex, England. (St Mary)

Lucy Baker (Head) Widow
Age: 58
Occupation: Laundress
Born: St Oswiths, Essex.

Elizabeth M. Baker (Daughter)
Age: 20
Occupation: Dressmaker
Born: Wanstead Essex.

Living at:
4 Hale Road
George Lane,
Essex, England.
(Southern Romford, part of Essex)


Lucy now living at home
with just her one daughter Elizabeth.
The census says that Lucy has her 'own account at home'. So this would suggest that she was
self employed.

1901 Census
RG13/926 Brighton, Essex,
England. (St Peter)

Alice Mary Baker (Visitor)
Age: 22
Occupation: Housemaid (Domestic)
Born: Wanstead Essex.

Ada M. Baker (Visitor)
Age: 17
Born: Wanstead Essex.


Because it says they were visitors, perhaps they were on holiday in Brighton at the time of this census.

Address: St George's
Terrace (or Inn)

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