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Henry Rodgers and Annie Matilda Rodgers (née Annie Matilda Flowers): Children added to GEDCOM

Published: November 20, 2005    Last modified: February 16, 2017

The England and Wales Census 1901 return for the household of Annie Matilda RODGER(S) (née Annie Matilda FLOWERS 1864-Deceased) records a number of children living in the household, these have been added to my GEDCOM. Annie's husband Henry RODGERS has disappeared so I am presuming he must have passed away quite recently.

FHJ Ref: 029
Census: England and Wales Census 1901
Place: 8 Poplar Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Household: Annie Matilda Rodger

SURNAMEFIRST NAME(S)RELSTATUSSEXAGEOCCUPATIONWHERE BORNREMARKS
RodgerAnnie MHeadWifeFemale36Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerGeorge HSonSingleMale17Punch strikerSheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerJohn FSonMale8Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerJoseph WSonMale6Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerLydia ADaughterFemale3Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerArthurSonMale8mSheffield, Yorkshire
AshforthFlorenceSisterMarriedFemale24CharwomanSheffield, Yorkshire

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Annie Matilda RODGER(S) (née Annie Matilda FLOWERS 1864-Deceased) my great grand aunt, was the eldest sister of my great grandmother Florence ASHFORTH (née Florence FLOWERS 1876-1973).

To read my previous article on this subject please click here.

Old Comments:

Submitted by Andrew Clewes on Sun, 2016-04-03 19:53

Annie Matilda Rodgers is my great grandmother and Lydia Amelia is my grandmother. My mother is Phyllis. I believe Henry passed away, as Annie Matilda later re-married a George Senior, whom my grandmother did not have a good relationship with, I believe.

Submitted by Andrew Clewes on Sun, 2016-04-03 20:06

Annie Matilda Rodgers - née Flowers was my Great Grandmother. Her daughter Lydia Amelia Jowle - née Rodgers, was my Grandmother and Phyllis Clewes- née Jowle, was my mother.

Submitted by Andrew Clewes on Sun, 2016-04-03 20:14

I believe Henry died and Annie Matilda Rodgers remarried to a George / Henry Senior my grandmothers (Lydia Amelia Rodgers) step father, whom she did not have a good relationship with.

Annie Matilda Rodgers (née Annie Matilda Flowers): England and Wales Census 1901: Transcription

Published: November 18, 2005    Last modified: January 30, 2017

Florence Ashforth (née Florence Flowers 1876-1973)
Hillsborough Park, Hillsborough, Sheffield, Yorkshire
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Florence Ashforth (née Florence Flowers 1876-1973)
Sister to Annie Matilda Rodger(s) (née Annie Matilda Flowers 1864-Deceased)
Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

It has taken me almost 6 months to find time to finally publish my transcription of the England and Wales Census 1901 return showing my great grandmother Florence ASHFORTH (née Florence FLOWERS 1876-1973) living with her sister Annie Matilda RODGER(S) (née Annie Matilda FLOWERS 1864-Deceased) at 8 Poplar Street in the parish of Nether Hallam, Sheffield.

Here is my transcription:

FHJ Ref: 029
Census: England and Wales Census 1901
Place: 8 Poplar Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Household: Annie Matilda Rodger

SURNAMEFIRST NAME(S)RELSTATUSSEXAGEOCCUPATIONWHERE BORNREMARKS
RodgerAnnie MHeadWifeFemale36Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerGeorge HSonSingleMale17Punch strikerSheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerJohn FSonMale8Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerJoseph WSonMale6Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerLydia ADaughterFemale3Sheffield, Yorkshire
RodgerArthurSonMale8mSheffield, Yorkshire
AshforthFlorenceSisterMarriedFemale24CharwomanSheffield, Yorkshire

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So this leads me down new avenues of research. I have yet to add the RODGER(S) family to my GEDCOM.

Notes:
Further research leads me to believe the surname is more likely RODGERS.

It is interesting that my great grandmother Florence ASHFORTH (née Florence FLOWERS 1876-1973) is recorded as being married and living at the address; I would have expected her to be a visitor. Perhaps there was a family issue, or I think what is more likely is Henry RODGERS had recently passed away, leaving Annie Matilda with a very young child, and perhaps Florence is helping out. At some point I will try and spend a little time researching this curious situation.

Updates:
2016-11-03 In this post "Register of Inmates, Ecclesall Bierlow Workhouse" I discovered Florence ASHFORTH (née Florence FLOWERS 1876-1973) together with her youngest son Ernest Ashforth 1905-1990 registered as inmates at the Ecclesall Bierlow Workhouse.

I can only surmise that during the period circa 1900-1905 something had happened to her husband William Henry ASHFORTH 1873-1926. Unfortunately I will probably never know.
He died in 1926 at the relatively early age of 52 years.