1891 Census -Howick St

By this time many houses can be identified with their modern house numbers.

 

house no First name Surname status  age  Occupation notes no of rooms
Beaconfield Terrace          
no1 Thomas H Gibb head 58 Artist in oils 1861 animal preserver/modeller see link
  Meggie  Gibb wife 52   Duke St,71 Art dealer/ modeller  
  Sarah A Gibb dau 22 artist house agent, 81 Clayport St.  
  Henry W P Gibb son 20 harness maker/saddler Became artist in London, on   
  Annie Gibb dau 18   electoral roll for Chelsea1918/31
  Meggie R Gibb dau 16      
no2 Charles Moore head 43 editor/author    
  Barbara Moore wife 39      
  Winifred Moore dau 14 scholar    
  Lilian Moore dau 12 scholar    
no3 William Ferguson head 44 brewer b Scotland  
  Irene Dodds servant 39      
no4 James  Ross head 39 cabinet salesman    
  Isabella Ross sister 46 housekeeper    
  Susannah Ross sister 36      
no5 Matthew Armstrong head 49 house builder/employer listed in Kellys in 1887 in HS see link
  Margaret Armstrong wife 38   built much of HS tog with father  
  George Armstrong son 15 scholar    
  Robert Armstrong son 12 scholar    
  Matthew Armstrong son 9 scholar    
  John Armstrong son 6 scholar    
  Isabella Elliott sis-law 40 housekeeper    
               
Armstrong  Place          
no1 empty            
no2 John Johnson head 26 carter    
  Mary Johnson wife 30      
  Fredk Johnson son 1      
no3 Robert S Bird head 26 bakers assistant    
  Agnes Bird wife 25      
  Margaret Bird dau 3      
  Janet Bird baby baby      
no4 tenant removed          
Ivy Cottage John Bickerton head 42 drapers  assistant    
  Susan Bickerton wife 35      
               
Howick Street ( most house numbers not recorded)    
               
  George Dawson head 63 retired tailor   2
  Mary Dawson neice 28 housekeeper    
  William Ferguson head 25 freelance Quarryman   1
  Mary J Ferguson wife 23      
  William Ferguson son 4      
  Margaret Ferguson dau 1      
               
  Stephen  White head 39 Dairyman   4
  Susannah White wife 37      
  Joseph White son 10 scholar    
  Susannah White dau 8 scholar    
  Stephen  White son 4      
  Matthew White son 2      
  Barbara  Wintrip servant 44 general day servant    
               
  John Mitchell head 33 blacksmith   3
  Mary A Mitchell wife 35      
  Jane Mitchell dau 12 scholar    
  Mary D Gibson head 72 living off own means   2
               
  Sarah Stewart head 44 living off own means 1847- 2
               
  Edward Humble head 42 tailor   2
  Isabella Humble wife 45      
  Edward Humble son 21 plumber    
  George Lindsay head 58 carriage mkr/coach bui  in Howick St in 1881 2
  Mary J Lindsay dau 24 housekeeper    
  George Douglas head 32 odd man (dom. Serv)   2
  Charlotte Douglas wife 23      
  Maggie Douglas dau 2      
  Grace Douglas dau baby      
               
no 12 William Graham head 39 inn keeper + woodsawyer Still at John Bull in 1901 John Bull
  Mary Graham wife 39     Public Hs
  Mary Graham dau 10 scholar   4 rooms
  Jane Graham dau 7 scholar    
  Dorothy Graham dau 5 scholar    
  William Graham son 3      
  Ellen Croft servant 21 general day servant    
               
  John Cuthbertson head 73 shoemaker   4
  Margaret Cuthbertson wife 75      
  William Cuthbertson brother 78 retired shoemaker    
               
16 John Douglas head 35 drapers assistant   3
  Isabella Douglas wife 35      
               
  Isabella Cook head 44 laundress   2
  William Robinson head 29 painter   1
  Elizabeth Robinson wife 28      
  Annie Robinson dau 4      
  George Robinson son 2      
  Edmund Robinson son baby      
  Thomas Bell head 32 woodsawyer   2
  Elizabeth Bell wife 21      
  Violet Bell dau 4      
  Thomas Bell son 3      
  Maggie Bell dau 1     **
               
              no of rooms
  Ralph P Rickaby head 34 whitesmith   * 2
  Eleanora Rickaby wife 28      
               
no 9 Susan Walker  head 63 boarding house keeper    
  Mary Walker  dau 40      
  James Grant boarder 26      
               
  Jane Howe head 52 laundress   1
  James Howe son 19 app painter    
  Dorothy Howe dau 14 general day servant    
  Frances Howe dau 10 scholar    
  Camilla Thompson head 44 grocer   2
  Robert Thompson son 16 bakers assistant    
  John Smith head 35 tailor   2
  Phillis Smith wife 36      
  Annie Smith dau 12 scholar    
  Fanny Smith dau 10 scholar    
  Mary Smith dau 7 scholar    
  Rachael Smith dau 3      
  Thomas Hilton head 37 blacksmith   2
  Jemima Hilton wife 34      
  Robert Hilton son 11 scholar    
  Isabella Hilton dau 9 scholar    
  Mary Hilton dau 7 scholar    
  William Hilton son 4      
  Ellenor Hilton dau 2      
  Ellen  Thompson head 71 annuitant born Scotland 1
               
  Thomas Kirk head 44 joiner   2
  Margaret Kirk wife 41      
  James Kirk son 20 clerk at Post office    
  Hugh Kirk son 17 printer compositor app.    
  Septimus Kirk son 12 scholar    
  Robert Kirk son 10 scholar    
  Thomas Kirk son 7 scholar    
  Maggie Kirk dau 5      
  Lizzie Kirk dau 2      
* Jane Brewis m-law 64 retired publican    
               
  Annie Gilhome head 37 launderess   1
  Isabella Telford head 76 retired launderess   1
  Margaret Telford dau 40 mantle maker    
  Annie Venus head 71 living on own means   1
no 5 Charles Nettleship head 35 joiner Kelly's 94  
  Elizabeth Nettleship wife 32      
  Thomas Nettleship son 5 scholar died in WW1  
  Elizabeth J Nettleship dau 2      
  Charles M Nettleship son baby   Died in WW1  
  Elizabeth Watson cousin 34      
  Mary J Brewer boarder 28 school teacher    
  Isabella Grey serv 14 servant    
               
no3 William Maule head 87 carriage builder 1804-1899 Kelly's 94  
  Maria  Cole serv 40      
               
no1 Eliza Lunby head 57 living on own means   5
  Robert Rutherford head 36 Grocer   2
  Mary A Rutherford wife 37      
  Thomas H Rutherford son 2      
  John R Thompson nephew 8 scholar    
               
13 Upper Jane Henderson head 65 living on own means Kelly's 94. in M Alder's will 5
Howick St         (lived at no 35)  
15 Georgina  Garven head 44   b Scotland  
  Alice Garven dau 22 tailoress b Scotland  
  Mary Garven dau 17      
  George  Garven son 10 scholar    
  Agnes Garven dau 8 scholar    
  Maggie Garven dau 5 scholar    
  Annie Garven dau 2      
  Florence Garven dau baby      
17 uninhabited            
19 Robert Greenwell head 24 bank clerk Kelly's 94 4
  Harriet Greenwell wife 24      
21 Emma Holmes widow 48     3
  John W Holmes son 26 solicitors clerk    
  Emma Holmes dau 19      
  Martha A Burn sister 55 boarding house keeper    
23 William Baston head 53 quarry labourer   2
  Isabella Baston wife 49      
  Frederick Baston son 20 fishing rod makers app.    
  Edith Baston dau 17 general servant    
  Jane Baston dau 15 general servant    
  Arthur Baston son 12 scholar    
  Cicely Baston dau 10 scholar    
  Herbert Baston son 9 scholar    
               
25 Henry J Graham head 40 drapers assistant    
  Jane Graham wife 40      
  Edith J Graham dau 7 scholar    
  William G Graham son 3      
  Jane Klency m-in-l 80 living on own means    
               
27 William Baxter head 34 dentist Kelly's 94 3
  Rachel Baxter wife 33      
               
29 Arthur Forster head 44 tailor   2
  Isabella Forster wife 35      
  Arthur Forster son 14 printers apprentice    
  Jane Forster dau 12 scholar    
  John  Forster son 10 scholar    
  Peter F Forster son 7 scholar    
  Joseph J Forster son 5 scholar    
29 William Dunn head 45 quarry labourer   2
  Annie Dunn wife 50      
  George  Anderson stepson 16 ironmongers appr.    
  William J Dunn son 9 scholar    
29 Jane Harris widow 80     2
  Thomas Harris son 46 stone mason    
  Jane Keen g'dau 14      
29 George  Hume head 28 tailor   2
  Frances Hume wife 22      
  Annie Hume dau 2      
  Elizabeth  Thompson visitor 27      
  Albert Thompson visitor 7      
               
31 Henry J Davison head 43 tobacconist   2
  Eleanor Davison wife 35      
  Isabella Davison dau 11 scholar    
  Henry   Davison son 5 scholar    
31 Matthew Goodfellow head 42 foreman tobacconist   2
  Anne Goodfellow wife 42      
  Luke Goodfellow son 13 scholar    
  Mary Goodfellow dau 10 scholar    
  Jane Goodfellow dau 9 scholar    
  James Goodfellow son 7 scholar    
  Annie Goodfellow dau 3      
  Matthew Goodfellow son baby      
31 Andrew Taylor head 46 Timberloader N.E Railway 2
  Catherine Taylor dau 17 housekeeper    
  Jane Taylor dau 13 scholar    
  David Taylor son 10 scholar    
  Meggie Taylor dau 8 scholar    
31 George  Dodds head 24 joiner/cartwright   2
  Elinor Dodds wife 25      
  Mary Wilson niece 8 scholar    
               
33 William Robinson head 57 cabinet maker listed in Kelly's 1894 4
  Margaret Robinson wife 64      
  John Robinson father 90 Retired horse keeper  B Glanton  
               
35 Margaret Alder head 65 living on own means   4
  Elizabeth  Booth servant 29 servant    
               
37 William Davison head 60 dealers assistant   4
  Catherine Davison dau 31 housekeeper    
  Joseph   Richards boarder 23 Solicitor    
  James Wilson boarder 25 bank clerk    
               
39 Ann Hall head 63 living on own means    
               
41 Susannah Reid head 71 living on own means .Husb was revenue officer.  
  William Reid son 49 master mariner b Ireland  
  John  Thompson s-in-law 31 marine engineer    
  Bessie Thompson dau 25      
  Minnie  Reid g'dau 12 scholar    
               
               
20 Rebecca Banks head 55 laundress   2
  Robert Scott g'son 13 scholar    
               
24 Thomas Dalglish head 91 retired woodman   1
  Isabella Dalglish wife 74      
  Patrick  McGowan head 36 colour sgt N. Fusiliers Inf. b Ireland 2
  Mary McGowan wife 23      
  Thomas McGowan son 2      
  William McGowan son baby      
  Margaret Tait head 85 living on own means   4
  James Tait son 50 retired carver    
               
26 Isabella Robinson head 75     4
  William Robinson son 36 postman (town) Kelly's 94  
  Robert Horn head 77 retired railway insp   3
  Ann Horn wife 72      
  Mary J Horn dau 26 dressmake Kelly's 94  
  Mary Fawcett sister 81 living on own means    
  Ann Ballantyne dau 42      
  Robert Ballantyne g'son 8 scholar    
               
28 George  Appleby head 23 gardener   2
  Catherine Appleby wife 23      
  Margaret Alcorn head 32 boarding house keeper   2
  Joseph Mordue boarder 28 gardener    
               
30 William Dixon head 33 house builder Kelly's 94 1 house
  Mary Dixon wife 32      
  Nellie Dixon dau 6 scholar    
  Rosie Dixon dau 6 scholar    
  Thomas Dixon son 5      
  William Dixon son 2      
               
30a uninhabited            
32 Thomas Blagburn head 31 butcher   1 house
  Jane Blagburn wife 34      
  Hilda Blagburn dau 2      
               
34 Jane Suthren head 78 boarding house keeper Kelly's 94 1 house
  Janey Suthren dau 42      
  William  Chesson boarder 39 congregational minister    
               
36 Cuthbert Burnett head 78 living on own means Kelly's 94 1 house
  Isabella Burnett wife 55      
  Ann Burnett dau 15 scholar    
  Barbara Burnett dau 14 scholar    
               
40 Henry Clements head 33 drapers assistant    
  Mary Clements wife 40   b Yorks. 1901 living with mother