Earlier this year I wrote about coming upon Hannah CUTTS (née Hannah ALLEN abt. 1856-Deceased) and Frederick CUTTS abt.1885-Deceased living at Treeton, Rotherham, Yorkshire. To read this article please click here.
My great grandparents Daniel JACKLIN 1862-1953 and Ziller JACKLIN (née Ziller ALLEN 1858-1949) lived close by at Aston-cum-Aughton. I presume all had relocated to this area to take up employment with local coal mining companies.
A few searches of the England and Wales Census 1901 show the family still living in this mining community. My transcription from the Census is as follows:
FHJ Ref: 024
Census: England and Wales Census 1901
Place: Treeton, Rotherham, Yorkshire
Household: Frederick Cutts
|SURNAME||FIRST NAME(S)||REL||STATUS||SEX||AGE||OCCUPATION||WHERE BORN||REMARKS|
|Cutts||Frederick||Head||Married||Male||47||Colliery Labourer||Morehen, Yorkshire *|
|Note: Morehen, Yorkshire is more likely Morthen, Yorkshire|
* Most likely this should be Morthen
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A major criticism of the 1901 Census is the poor quality of transcription: I must agree.
Lily is no longer listed though an additional son Ernest is now shown. Is Elizabeth now 'Letty'? If so her age does not equate with that recorded in the England & Wales Census 1891. Curious.