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7101 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1842-1843

The birth of William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1842.
(GRO June Q 1842 Spalding 14 541)
NOTE: The birth of another William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1841.
(GRO March Q 1841 Spalding 14 554)

William, son of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, was baptised at Pinchbeck on 8 August 1842. His father was a publican.
(FreeReg)

The death of William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1843.
(GRO June Q 1843 Spalding 14 367)

A William PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, infant, was buried at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 4 May 1843.
(NBI)

(revised 20.07.2013) 
PLOWRIGHT, William (I9966)
 
7102 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1848 or 1849-

The birth of a William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1849.
(GRO March Q 1849 Boston 14 291)

From the 1851 census of Deeping Fen, Wapentake of Elloe:
Charles PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 38, farmer of 105 acres employing 3 labourers, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Ann PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 39, born at Holbeach, Lincolnshire;
Ann M. PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 16, farmer's daughter, born at Whapload, Lincolnshire;
Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 12, farmer's daughter, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
Charles F. PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 11, farmer's son, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 4 [i.e. born 1846-1847], farmer's son, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
David PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 3 months, farmer's son, born at Deeping Fen, Lincolnshire;
Sarah ROBERTS, servant, aged 15, general servant, born at Boston, Lincolnshire;
Henry Quince, servant, aged 24, agricultural servant, born at Quadring, Lincolnshire;
William DAVISON, servant, aged 17, agricultural servant, born at Corby, Lincolnshire;
Henry Williamson, servant, aged 18, agricultural servant, born at Surfleet, Lincolnshire;
James FERNIGAN, servant, aged 21, unmarried, agricultural servant, born at Galway, Ireland.
(HO107/2095/792/12)

From the 1861 census of North District, Deeping St. Nicholas, Lincolnshire:
Charles PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 48, farmer of 106 acres employing 4 men, born in Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Ann PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 48, farmer's wife, born at Gedney, Lincolnshire;
Charles Horton PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 21, farmer's son employed on farm, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 12 [i.e. born 1848-1849], scholar, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
David PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 10, scholar, born at Deeping St. Nicholas, Lincolnshire;
Prudence TAYLOR, servant, aged 19, house servant, born at Alderkirk, Lincolnshire;
John ASKEW, servant, aged 19, carter, born at Frieston, Lincolnshire;
James FINEGAN, boarder, unmarried, aged 29, agricultural labourer, born in Ireland;
John REDMAN, boarder, unmarried, aged 28, agricultural labourer, born in [illegible], Cambridgeshire.
(RG9/2319/109/2)

From the 1871 census of North Drove, Deeping St. Nicholas, Lincolnshire:
Charles H. PLOWRIGHT, head, unmarried, aged 33, farmer of 107 acres employing 1 man and 1 boy, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
Ann PLOWRIGHT, mother, widow, aged 59, born at Holbeach St. John, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, brother, unmarried, aged 22 [i.e. born 1848-1849], farmer's brother, born at Wyberton, Lincolnshire;
David PLOWRIGHT, brother, unmarried, aged 20, farmer's brother, born at Deeping St. Nicholas, Lincolnshire;
Fanny CARTER, servant, aged 20, general servant, born at Freiston, Lincolnshire;
John CHAMBERLAIN, servant, aged 20, farm servant, born at Whaplode Drove, Lincolnshire.
(RG10/3325/33/10)

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PLOWRIGHT, William (I10146)
 
7103 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1849-

The birth of William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1849.
(GRO March Q 1849 Spalding 14 615)

From the 1851 census of Boston Road, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
Louisa [sic] PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 25, agricultural labourer's wife, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Elizth Ann PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 4, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
*Willm PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 2, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Elizth HARMAND, mother, married, aged 65, nurse, born at Scredington, Lincolnshire.
(HO107/2096/36/1)

From the 1861 census of the GN Railway Station, Great Ponton, Lincolnshire:
Charles PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 37, signalman on GN Railway, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Vinister PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 35, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 12, scholar, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire.
(RG9/2348/39/22)

The marriage between William PLOWRIGHT and Jane BRYDEN was registered in 1866.
(GRO June Q 1866 Wakefield 9c 63)

The 1871 census of the Police Barracks, Wakefield, Yorkshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, married, aged 24, police constable, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire.
(RG10/4623/13/17)

From the 1881 census of Barnby on Don, Yorkshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 34, police constable, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Jane PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 34, born at Morley, Yorkshire;
Charles W. PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 12, scholar, brn at Leeds, Yorkshire;
John B. PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 8, scholar, born at Wigglesworth, Yorkshire;
Annie F. PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 1, born at Barnby Don, Yorkshire.
(RG11/4694/68/12)

The 1891 census of 15 Langset Road, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 43, police officer, born in Lincolnshire;
Jane B. PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 43, born in Yorkshire;
John B. PLOWRIGHT, son, single, aged 18, grocer, born in Yorkshire;
Annie F. PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 11, born in Yorkshire;
Ernest PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 1, born in Yorkshire.
(RG12/3789/49/22)

The 1901 census of 3 Milton Road, Hoyland Nether, Yorkshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 53, school attendance officer, born at Pinchbeck [sic], Lincolnshire;
Jane PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 53, born at Morley, Yorkshire;
Ernest PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 16, born at Chapeltown, Yorkshire.
(RG13/4322/71/35)

From the 1911 census of 5 Milton Road, Hoyland Nether, Barnsley, Yorkshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 62, school attendance officer, West Riding Education Authority, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Jane PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 62, married 44 years, 5 children all living, born at Morley, Lincolnshire;
Ernest PLOWRIGHT, son, single, aged 22, waggon repairs at pit surface, born at Chapeltown, Yorkshire;
Nellie ROWE, servant, single, aged 18, born at Hoyland Common, Yorkshire.
(RG14/27620)

Untraced with certainty after 1911 census.

(revised 09.05.2013) 
PLOWRIGHT, William (I10077)
 
7104 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1853 or 1854-1864

The birth registration of William PLOWRIGHT in 1853-1854 has not been traced on FreeBMD.

From the 1861 census of Lang-hold Drove, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
Robert PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 41, agricultural labourer, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Mary A. PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 39, born at Gedney, Lincolnshire;
Thomas PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 11, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 7, born at St. Neot's, Huntingdonshire;
John PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 5, born at St. Neot's, Huntingdonshire;
Robert PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 3, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Matilda Ann PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 1, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Thomas WILES, lodger, widower, aged 66, sack mender, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire.
(RG9/2320/4/1)

The death of a William PLOWWRIGHT [sic] was registered in 1864.
(GRO March Q 1864 Spalding 7a 241)

William PLOWRIGHT of Wales, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, was buried at Pinchbeck on 31 January 1864 aged 10.
(NBI)

(revised 20.07.2013)
 
PLOWRIGHT, William (I10066)
 
7105 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1860-1860

The registration of his birth has not been traced.

The death of a William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1860.
(GRO December Q 1860 Boston [which includes Carrington and Wyberton] 7a 195)

A William PLOWRIGHT was buried at Carrington, Lincolnshire, on 11 October 1860 aged 9 months.
(LFHS Parish Register Burials 1813-1900 Volume 5)
Note: He was probably a child of James PLOWRIGHT and Elizabeth HOOTON who buried several of their children at Carrington.

(revised 31.08.2013) 
PLOWRIGHT, William (I10225)
 
7106 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1862-

The birth of a William PLOWRIGHT was registered in 1862.
(GRO June Q 1862 Boston 7a 367)

From the 1871 census of Wrangle, Lincolnshire:
James PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 44, foreman on farm, born at Heckington, Lincolnshire;
Eliza PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 40, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Frederick PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 15, farm boy, born at Fishtoft, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, son, scholar, aged 9, born at East Vile [sic], Lincolnshire;
Thomas PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 6, scholar, born at East Vile [sic], Lincolnshire;
Mary Jane, PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 3, born at East Vile [sic], Lincolnshire.
(RG10/3335/22/7)

From the 1881 census of Wyberton Marsh, Lincolnshire:
James PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 53, farm foreman, born at Heckington, Lincolnshire;
Eliza PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 50, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Caroline PLOWRIGHT, daughter, unmarried, aged 23, domestic servant, born at Langrickville, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, son, unmarried, aged 18, farm servant, born at Wrangle, Lincolnshire;
Mary Jane PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 13, scholar, born at Wrangle, Lincolnshire;
Charles PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 7, scholar, born at Wrangle, Lincolnshire;
Edward PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 6, scholar, born at Wrangle, Lincolnshire;
Charles STOW, servant, unmarried, aged 21, farm servant, born at Swineshead, Lincolnshire;
George HARRISON, servant, unmarried, aged 19, farm servant, born at Quadring, Lincolnshire.
(RG11/3212/63/8)

NOTES & QUERIES:
A William PLOWRIGHT born in April 1862 immigrated to the US in 1883. In the 1900 Federal Census of Illinois he was a farmer married to Ebba from Sweden fifteen years his junior.
(www.ancestry.com)

(revised 18.05.2013) 
PLOWRIGHT, William (I9974)
 
7107 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT 1890-1904

From the 1891 Canadian Census of Gwillimbury East, District 131 York North, Ontario:
James PLOUGHWRIGHT [sic], aged 35, married, born in England of English born parents, religion Methodist, profession miller;
Rachel PLOUGHWRIGHT [sic], aged 27, married, wife, born in Ontario of Ontario born parents, religion Methodist;
Walter PLOUGHWRIGHT [sic], aged 8, son, born in Ontario;
Thomas PLOUGHWRIGHT [sic], aged 5, son, born in Ontario;
Annie PLOUGHWRIGHT [sic], aged 3, daughter, born in Ontario;
*William PLOUGHWRIGHT [sic], aged 5 months, born in Ontario.

From the 1901 census of Whitby East Township, Ontario South, Ontario, Canada:
Frederick PLOWRIGHT, head, aged 45, born in England on 15 March 1856, arrived in Canada in 1878, occupation miller;
Rachel J. PLOWRIGHT, wife, aged 37, born in England on 8 October 1863;
Thomas PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 15, born in Ontario on 14 May 1885;
Annie R. PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 13, born in Ontario on 28 February 1888;
*William B. PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 10, born in Ontario on 16 November 1890;
Roy R. PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 7, born in Ontario on 8 March 1894;
Charles D. PLOWRIGHT, son, aged 4, born in Ontario on 26 July 1896.

Wm Brodie PLOWRIGHT died in Ontario County, East Whitby Division, on 7 September 1904 aged 13.

(revised 21.05.2013)
 
PLOWRIGHT, William Brodie (I9987)
 
7108 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT Circa 1809-1887

A William, son of Thomas and Ann PLOWRIGHT of Sempringham, was baptised at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, on 16 May 1810. Semperingham is a large parish in Lincolnshire and includes the hamlet of Birthorpe and the village of Pointon, with Semperingham and Pointon Fens.

William PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, bachelor, married Elizabeth MARSHALL of Pinchbeck, spinster, at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 13 October 1834 by consent of requisite parties. Witnesses were John COATES and Jane Toon MARSHALL.
(PR)
(LFHS Marriage Index 1700-1837 Volume 1)
NOTE: FreeReg has 30 October 1834.

William PLOWRIGHT and Mary Ann MARSHALL witnessed the marriage by licence between Richard CROSS, a bachelor from Spalding, and Jane Toon MARSHALL, a spinster from Pinchbeck, at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 9 June 1835.
(FreeReg)

On the same day, 9 June 1835, Matilda Marshall PLOWRIGHT of Northgate, Pinchbeck, daughter of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, was baptised at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire. William PLOWRIGHT was a publican.
(FreeReg)

An inquest was held at the house of William PLOWRIGHT, The Bell, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 17 June 1837.
(Lincolnshire Archives COR/SPAL/1836/886)

Matilda Marshall, daughter of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, was baptised at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 29 July 1838. William PLOWRIGHT was a publican.
(FreeReg)

Matilda PLOWRIGHT, an infant from Pinchbeck, was buried there on 16 July 1840.
(FreeReg)

Rebecca MARSHALL, daughter of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, was baptised at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, 0n 25 July 1840. William PLOWRIGHT was a publican.
(FreeReg)

From the 1841 census of East of Turnpike, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, aged 30, publican, born in Lincolnshire;
Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, aged 25, born in Lincolnshire;
Sarah PLOWRIGHT, aged 5, born in Lincolnshire;
Rebecca PLOWRIGHT, aged 2, born in Lincolnshire;
Caroline CATON, aged 20, F.S., NOT born in Lincolnshire;
Maria SQUIER, aged 14, F.S., born in Lincolnshire;
Thomas WARNER, aged 15, M.S., born in Lincolnshire.
(HO107/609/9/28/2)

William, son of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, was baptised at Pinchbeck on 8 August 1842. His father was a publican.
(FreeReg)

Matilda Marshall, daughter of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, of Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, was baptised at Pinchbeck on 8 August 1843. William PLOWRIGHT was a farmer.
(FreeReg)

Jane Elizabeth, daughter of William and Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck South Fen was baptised at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 2 September 1849. William PLOWRIGHT was a labourer.
(FreeReg)

From the 1851 census of Crossgate, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 39, agricultural labourer, born at Threekingham, Lincolnshire;
Elizth PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 36, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Sarah Ann PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 14, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Matilda PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 7, scholar, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Betsy Ann PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 3, scholar, born at Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire;
Jane Elizth PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 1, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
Matilda CROSS, niece, aged 8, born at Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire.
(HO107/2096/42/13)

From the 1861 census of Pinchbeck Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire:
*Wm PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 46, GNR gate keeper, born at Pointon, Lincolnshire;
Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 44, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Sarah Ann PLOWRIGHT, daughter, unmarried, aged 23, domestic servant, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Matilda PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 14, scholar, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Betsey Ann PLOWRIGHT, daughter, aged 13, scholar, born at Huntingdon, Lincolnshire.
(RG9/2323/35/34)

The 1871 census of Railway Gate House, Spalding, Lincolnshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 60, gate keeper, born at Pointon, Lincolnshire;
Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 57, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
B. A. [Betsy Ann] PLOWRIGHT, daughter, unmarried, aged 23, born at Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire;
William J. E. KEMP, nephew, aged 1, born at London, Middlesex;
John J. JOHNSON, lodger, unmarried, aged 23, railway porter, born at Oundle, Northamptonshire.
(RG10/3322/5/4)

From the 1881 census of Railway Gate House, Spalding, Lincolnshire:
*William PLOWRIGHT, head, married, aged 71, signalman GNR, born at Pointon, Lincolnshire;
Elizabeth PLOWRIGHT, wife, married, aged 67, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Mary A. FYDELL, servant, unmarried, aged 15, general servant domestic, born at Weston Hills, Lincolnshire.
(RG11/3203/105/24)

William PLOWRIGHT of Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, was buried at Pinchbeck on 21 December 1887 aged 78, i.e. born circa 1809.
(LFHS Parish Register Burials 1813-1900 Volume 5)

"PLOWRIGHT William.
21 March. The Will of William PLOWRIGHT late of Pinchbeck in the County of Lincoln who died 17 December 1887 at Pinchbeck was proved at the Principal Registry by Sarah Ann DAVISON (Wife of Harry William DAVISON) of 14 Featherston-buildings Holborn in the County of Middlesex the Daughter the sole Executrix.
Personal Estate £93 14s. 11d."
(National Probate Calendar 1888)

NOTES & QUERIES:
His daughter Sarah Ann PLOWRIGHT married Harry William DAVISON in 1870.
(GRO March Q 1870 Marylebone 1a 718)

How was his niece Matilda CROSS connected? See 1851 census above.

(revised 03.09.2013) 
PLOWRIGHT, William (I10039)
 
7109 WILLIAM PLOWRIGHT PASSMORE 1847-1911

The birth of William Plowright PASSMORE was registered in 1847.
(GRO June Q 1847 Spalding 14 534)

From the 1851 census of Six Houses Bank, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
Mary PLOWRIGHT, head, widow, aged 76, annuitant, born at Spalding, Lincolnshire;
William PLOWRIGHT, son, widower, aged 42, agricultural labourer, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Mary Ann PLOWRIGHT, granddaughter, unmarried, aged 25, dressmaker,
born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, grandson, aged 3, scholar, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire.
(HO107/2096/27/17)

From the 1861 census of Hammond Beck Bank, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
George SIMPSON, head, aged 50, cottager occupying 2 acres and agricultural labourer, born at Pincheck, Lincolnshire;
Sarah SIMPSON, wife, aged 49, cottager and agricultural labourer's wife, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, nephew, aged 14, born at Pinchbeck.
(RG9/2320/19/10)

From the 1871 census of West Pinchbeck, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
George SIMPSON, head, widower, aged 60, farmer of 30 acres, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
*William PLOWRIGHT, boarder, unmarried, aged 23, agricultural labourer, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire.
(RG10/3318/20/9)

William Plowright PASSMORE, son of Joseph Bl....?, married Mary, daughter of Richard BATES, at West Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, on 20 May 1873.
The marriage between William Plowright PASSMORE and Mary BATES was registered in 1873.
(Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index)
(GRO June Q 1873 Spalding 7a 709)

Thomas, son of William PLOWRIGHT and Mary PASSMORE of West Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, was baptised at West Pinchbeck on 28 December 1877.
(FreeReg)

From the 1881 census of Sixhouses Bank, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
*William P. PASSMORE, head, married, aged 33, agricultural labourer owning a cottage & 2 acres, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Mary P. PASSMORE, wife, married, aged 28, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Hannah PASSMORE, daughter, aged 7, scholar, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Mary Jane PASSMORE, daughter, aged 6, scholar, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire;
Sarah PASSMORE, daughter, aged 2, born at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire.
(RG11/3200/53/8)

From the 1891 census of Six House Bank, St. Bartholomew, Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire:
*William PASSMORE, head, married, aged 43, agricultural labourer, born at Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire;
Mary PASSMORE, wife, married, aged 37, born Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire;
Mary J. PASSMORE, daughter, aged 16, scholar, born at Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire;
Sarah PASSMORE, daughter, aged 12, scholar, born at Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire;
Emma PASSMORE, daughter, aged 3, born at Pinchbeck West, Lincolnshire.
(RG12/2559/41/1)

"William Plowright PASSMORE of Pinchbeck Lincolnshire died 13 March 1911 Administration Lincoln 11 March to Mary PASSMORE widow.
Effects £260."
(National Probate Calendar 1913)

The death of William P. PASSMORE aged 64 was registered in 1911.
(GRO March Q 1911 Spalding 7a 227)

(revised 23.07.2013) 
PASSMORE, William Plowright (I10045)
 
7110 WILLIAM POWERS 1875 or 1876-

The 1881 census of South Brink, Wisbech St. Peter, Cambridgeshire:
JAMES POWERS, head, aged 34, agricultural labourer, born at Elm, Cambridgeshire;
SARAH J. POWERS, wife, aged 33, born at Leverington, Cambridgeshire;
JOHN T. POWERS, son, aged 10, scholar, born at Elm;
WILLIAM POWERS, son, aged 5, scholar, born at Wisbech St. Peter;
MARIA LEWIN, mother-in-law, aged 70, formerly farmer's wife, born at Wisbech St. Peter.
(RG11/1695/46/2) 
POWERS, William (I5178)
 
7111 WILLIAM PRATT 1857-1942

The birth of a William PRATT was registered in 1857.
(GRO March Q 1857 Wisbech 3b 618)

William, son of Robert PRATT, farmer, and his wife Elizabeth, was baptised at Terrington St. Clement, Norfolk, on 22 July 1857.
(FreeReg)

William PRATT, a 22 year old labourer from St. Leonard Street, Peterborough, and son of deceased farmer Robert PRATT, married Serena EDGOOSE at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Peterborough, by licence on 18 January 1878. Witnesses were Frank WEBB and Naomi EDGOOSE.
(GRO March Q 1878 Peterborough 3b 322)

At the time of the 1881 census WILLIAM PRATT, a 24 year old railway horseman born at Terrington in Norfolk, was living at 1 Trafalgar Row, Wisbech St. Peter, Cambridgeshire. In the same house were:
Serena PRATT, his wife, aged 26, born West Walton in Norfolk;
Mary Serena PRATT, daughter, aged 2, born Wisbech;
William Ben PRATT, son, aged 13 days, born Wisbech;
Patience EDGOOSE, mother-in-law, widow, aged 64, born West Walton;
John Stanton BATTERHAM, boarder, aged 23, coal merchant, born West Walton.
(RG11/1696/54/1).

In 1891 John Stanton BATTERHAM was living at 1 Trafalgar Row, Wisbech St. Peter, with his 33 year old West Walton born wife Hannah and their eight year old son Walter E. BATTERHAM (RG12/1305/52/19). The PRATT family was living at Church End, West Walton, Norfolk:
*William PRATT, head, aged 34, self employed cow keeper, born at Terrington, Norfolk;
Serena PRATT, wife, aged 36, born at West Walton;
William B. PRATT, son, aged 10, scholar, born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire;
Mary C. (sic) PRATT, daughter, aged 12, scholar, born at Wisbech.
(RG12/1306/66/4)

The 1901 census returns for the Rose and Crown Inn, Old Marsh, Walpole St. Peter, Norfolk:
*William Benjamin PRATT, head, aged 44, a farmer and inn keeper, employer, born at Terrington St. Clement, Norfolk.
Serena Mary PRATT, wife, aged 46; born at West Walton, Norfolk;
William B. PRATT, son, aged 20, farmer's son, worker, born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire;
Mary S. ELMER, daughter, aged 22, born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
(RG13/1557/24/5)

From the 1911 census of West Drove, Walton Highway, Norfolk:
*William PRATT, head, aged 54, married, 2 children of whom 2 living, farmer, born at Terrington St. Clement, Norfolk;
Serena PRATT, wife, aged 56, married, assisting in house, born at West Walton, Norfolk;
Mary Serena ELMER, daughter, aged 32, married 10 years, no children, assist in house work, born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
(RG14/9307)

The death of William PRATT aged 86 was registered in 1942. He died on 9 October 1942.
(GRO December Q 1942 King's Lynn 4b 300)

William PRATT of Bellamy's Lane, West Walton, Norfolk, was buried at West Walton on 14 October 1942 aged 86.
(FreeReg)

(revised 16.06.2012) 
PRATT, William (I372)
 
7112 WILLIAM PROCTOR 1850-1855


William, son of George and Mary PROCTOR of Bawdeswell labourer, was born on 10 March 1850 and baptised at Bawdeswell, Norfok, on 28 April 1850.

He was buried at Bawdeswell on 14 December 1855 aged 5½.


(revised 02.06.2017) 
PROCTOR, William (I2424)
 
7113 WILLIAM PYATT 1832-1875

William PYATT, son of John PYATT and his wife Sarah née BARNES, was born in 1831.

William, son of John and Sarah PYATT of Orchard Street, Nottingham, was baptised at St. Nicholas, Nottingham, on 4 December 1831. His father was a baker.
(FreeReg)

From the 1841 census of Greyfriars Gate, St. Peter's, Nottingham:
John PYATT, aged 40, baker, born in Nottinghamshire;
Sarah PYATT, aged 30, not born in Nottinghamshire;
Jane PYATT, aged 13, born in Nottinghamshire;
David PYATT, aged 11, born in Nottinghamshire;
*William PYATT, aged 9, born in Nottinghamshire;
John WORMALL, aged 20, baker's assistant, not born in Nottinghamshire;
Abraham BARNES, aged 20, baker's assistant, not born in Nottinghamshire;
Sarah THORPE, aged 25, female servant, not born in Nottinghamshire;
Selina SMITH, aged 15, female servant, born in Nottinghamshire;
Thomas JOHNSON, aged 15, apprentice, born in Nottinghamshire.
(HO107/871/8/32)

From the 1851 census of Wilford, Nottinghamshire:
John PYATT, head, married, aged 50, miller and baker, born in Nottingham;
Sarah PYATT, wife, married, aged 42, milliner, born at Quadring, Lincolnshire;
David PYATT, son, unmarried, aged 21, lace warehouseman, born at Quadring, Lincolnshire;
*William PYATT, son, unmarried, aged 19, miller, born in Nottingham;
Sarah SHEPHERD, servant, unmarried, aged 14, house servant, born in Nottingham;
Jane MILLS or MILES, servant, unmarried, aged 14, house servant, born in Nottingham;
(HO107/2128/572/9)

From the 1861 census of Wilford, Nottinghamshire:
John PYATT, head, married, aged 60, miller, born in Nottingham;
Sarah PYATT, wife, married, aged 51, born at Quadring, Lincolnshire;
*William PYATT, son, unmarried, aged 28, miller, born in Nottingham;
Selina SMITH, servant, unmarried, aged 39, house servant, born in Nottingham.
(RG9/2446/134/10)

William PYATT married Eliza PARKER of Red Lion Street, St. Mary's, Nottingham, daughter of Francis PARKER deceased, maltster, by licence in 1861. Witnesses were Francis PARKER and Annie HURSTFIELD.
(GRO December Q 1861 Nottingham 7b 346)

The 1871 census of Cross Keys, St. Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire:
*William PYATT, head, married, aged 39, licensed victualler, born in Nottingham;
Eliza PYATT, wife, married, aged 30 (sic), born in Nottingham;
Elizabeth PYATT, daughter, aged 8, scholar, born at Wilford, Nottinghamshire;
Helen PYATT, daughter, aged 5, scholar, born at Wilford, Nottinghamshire;
Annie PYATT, daughter, aged 3, born at Wilford, Nottinghamshire;
John HAYWOOD, boarder, widower, aged 58, retired traveller, born in Nottingham;
Selina SMITH, servant, unmarried, aged 48, general servant, born in Nottingham;
Emma SHAW, servant, unmarried, aged 39. general servant, born at Heartwell, Derbyshire;
Edward ABBOTT, servant, unmarried, aged 12, tap boy, born at Wilford, Nottinghamshire.
(RG10/3512/66/13)

The death of William PYATT aged 43 was registered in 1875.
(GRO June Q 1875 Nottingham 7b 160)

(revised 24.06.2014) 
PYATT, William (I10290)
 
7114 WILLIAM RACEY 1820-1858

The 1851 census of Gaully Tunnel, Emneth, Norfolk:
*William RACEY, head, aged 31, master wheelwright, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Harriet RACEY, wife, aged 29, wheelwright's wife, born at Emneth;
John RACEY, son, aged 8, scholar, born at Emneth;
Thos. RACEY, son, aged 5, scholar, born at Emneth;
Eliza RACEY, daughter, aged 3, born at Emneth;
William RACEY, son, aged 1, born at Emneth.
(HO107/1767/322/14)

William RACEY was buried in St. Edmund's churchyard, Emneth, Norfolk. 
RACEY, William (I4926)
 
7115 WILLIAM RACEY 1835 or 1836-

At the time of the 1851 census 15 year old William RACEY was employed as a servant on the 300 acre farm of Thomas Bird at South Field, Emneth, Norfolk.
(HO107/1767/323/17)

William RACEY married Alice KILINGWORTH in 1858.
(GRO December Q 1858 Wisbech 3b 1384)

From the 1861 census of Hungate Drove, Emneth, Norfolk:
*William RACEY, head, aged 25, agricultural labourer, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Alice RACEY, wife, aged 27, dressmaker, born at Eye, Northants;
Alice E. M. RACEY, daughter, aged 7 months, born at Emneth.
(RG9/1052/126/1)

From the 1881 census of Walsoken Fen:
*William RACEY, head, aged 45, farmer of 40 acres, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Alice RACEY, wife, aged 47, farmer's wife, born at Eye, Northamptonshire;
Agnes T. RACEY, daughter, aged 17, farmer's daughter, born at Walsoken, Norfolk;
Eliza A. RACEY, daughter, aged 13, farmer's daughter, born at Walsoken, Norfolk;
John Wm RACEY, son, aged 10, scholar, born at Walsoken, Norfolk;
Walter H. RACEY, son, aged 6, scholar, born at Walsoken, Norfolk;
Arthur Ed. RACEY, son, aged 1, born at Walsoken, Norfolk.
(RG11/1699/49/5)

From the 1891 census of Emneth, Norfolk:
*William RACEY, head, aged 55, farmer, born at Elm, Cambridgeshire;
Alice RACEY, wife, aged 57, born at Eye, Northamptonshire;
Walter H. RACEY, son, aged 16, farmer's son, born at Walsoken, Norfolk;
Edwin A. RACEY, son, aged 11, born at Walsoken;
Mary A. BANKS, servant, aged 14, domestic servant, born at Emneth.
(RG12/1308/69/6)

From the 1901 census of Church Street, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire:
Karl GRUB, head, aged 37, butcher, a foreign subject born in Germany;
Agnes GRUB, wife, aged 37, born at Walsoken, Norfolk;
William GRUB, son, aged 11, born at Wellingborough, Northamptonshire;
Freda GRUB, daughter, aged 10, born at Wellingborough, Northamptonshire;
Ernest GRUB, son, aged 5, born at Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire;
Karl GRUB, son, aged 7 months, born at Whittlesy, Cambridgeshire;
*William RACEY, father-in-law, aged 67, retired farmer, born at Emneth, Norfolk;
Alice RACEY, mother-in-law, aged 67, born at Eye, Northamptonshire.
(RG13/1552/20/7) 
RACEY, William (I7122)
 
7116 WILLIAM RACEY 1850-1916

William RACEY married Mary Ann BOWLES in 1871.
(GRO March Q 1871 Wisbech 3b 808)

The 1891 census of The Post Office, Emneth, Norfolk:
*William RACEY, head, aged 41, baker, born at Emneth;
Mary A. RACEY, wife, aged 38, born at West Walton, Norfolk;
William T. RACEY, son, aged 20, assistant baker, born at Emneth;
Frederick J. RACEY, son, aged 16, scholar, born at Emneth;
Walter H. RACEY, son, aged 13, scholar, born at Emneth;
Elizabeth M. RACEY, daughter, aged 11, scholar, born at Emneth;
Rose M. RACEY, daughter, aged 9, scholar, born at Emneth;
Ernest RACEY, son, aged 2, born at Emneth;
Grace RACEY, daughter, aged 9 months, born at Emneth;
Sarah A. GARWOOD, servant, aged 20, single, general servant, born at Haverhill, Suffolk;
Lucinda EDGOOSE, servant, aged 19, single, domestic servant, born at West Walton.
(RG12/1308/77/1)

(revised 07.10.2011) 
RACEY, William (I4922)
 
7117 WILLIAM RATCLIFFE 1854 or 1855-1906

His birth registration hasnot been traced in the GRO indexes for England and Wales.

From the 1881 census of Wharf Row, Brinsley, Nottinghamshire:
*William RATCLIFFE, head, aged 26, coal miner, born at Heanor, Derbyshire;
Mary RATCLIFFE, wife, aged 24, coal miner's wife, born at Longton, Staffordshire;
John H. RATCLIFFE, son, aged 6, scholar, born at Heanor, Derbyshire.
(RG11/3322/94/12)

The death of a William RATCLIFFE aged 52 was registered in 1906.
(GRO March Q 1906 Basford 7b 108)

The family has not been traced in the 1891 census.

(revised 13.08.2007)
 
RATCLIFFE, William (I7373)
 
7118 WILLIAM RAYMOND HOLBORN 1882-

The birth of William Raymond HOLBORN was registered in March 1882.
(GRO March 1882 Bradford, Y. 9b 50)

The 1891 census of the Railway Station, Honington, Lincolnshire:
William J. HOLBORN, head, aged 29, railway signalman, born at Terrington, Norfolk;
Caroline HOLBORN, wife, aged 29, born at Charlbury, Oxfordshire;
Ethel HOLBORN, daughter, aged 10, scholar, born at Terrington, Norfolk;
*William R. HOLBORN, son, aged 9, scholar, born at Bradford, Yorkshire;
James HOLBORN, son, aged 7, scholar, born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Edith HOLBORN, daughter, aged 5, scholar, born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Albert HOLBORN, son, aged 4, born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Sidney HOLBORN, son, aged 3, born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Emily WALKER, sister-in-law, aged 24, single, dressmaker, born at Charlbury, Oxfordshire;
Mabel WALKER, niece, aged 4, born at Honington, Lincolnshire.
(RG12/2586/131/1)

The 1901 census of Station Cottage, Honington, Lincolnshire:
*William J. HOLBORN, head, aged 39, railway signalman, born at Terrington, Norfolk;
Caroline HOLBORN, wife, aged 39, born at Charlbury, Oxfordshire;
William R. HOLBORN, son, aged 19, railway porter, born at Bradford, Yorkshire;
James HOLBORN, son, aged 17, gardener (not domestic), born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Edith HOLBORN, daughter, aged 15, born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Albert HOLBORN, son, aged 14, agricultural labourer, born at Honington, Lincolnshire;
Audrey K. HOLBORN, daughter, aged 1, born at Honington, Lincolnshire.
(RG13/3056/56/1)

The marriage between William Raymond HOLBORN and Lizzie WALLBANKS was registered in 1907.
(GRO December Q 1907 Grantham 7a 1009)

The 1911 census of 5 Cromwell Terrace, Keddington Road, Louth, Lincolnshire:
*William Raymond HOLBORN, head, aged 29, railway shunter, born at Bradford, Yorkshire;
Lizzie HOLBORN, wife, aged 27, married 3 years, 2 children of whom 2 living, born at Bradford, Yorkshire;
John Raymond HOLBORN, son, aged 2, born at Louth, Lincolnshire;
Lenoard (sic) Sidney HOLBORN, son, aged 1, born at Louth, Lincolnshire.
(RG14/19896)

(revised 09.04.2012)
 
HOLBORN, William Raymond (I9300)
 
7119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. STANBERRY, R.W. (I2113)
 
7120 WILLIAM REDIN STANTON 1813-1862


Mr. William Redin STANTON (formerly of Grove House School, Wisbech St. Mary), father of the Rev. W. R. STANTON, B.D., rector of West Deeping, and of Mr. Jas. West STANTON, M.A., the present headmaster, founded Wisbech Barton School. Mr. STANTON senior died in 1862 ('History of Wisbech & Neighbourhood' by F. J. Gardiner 1898 page 236).

The death of William Redin STANTON was registered in 1862.
(GRO June Q 1862 Wisbech 3b 375) 
STANTON, William Redin (I2846)
 

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