0000006196 00000 n Learn how your comment data is processed. 0000011056 00000 n Lab.’ (agricultural labourer). 0000015445 00000 n The occupations in the 1851 Census are ranked in order of the numbers employed; the figures for 1861 and 1871 follow the original order, for comparison purposes.. Little Nast Hyde Farm was worked by James and Sarah Tarry, and Popefield Farm was still run by the Patience family. In 1901 was the first evidence of a school teacher, an author, a carman, bricklayers, woodman and an electrician. According to the returns of the Board of Education there were 36,207 male and 113,597 female Teachers in Elementary Day Schools in 1901, the male teachers having increased since 1891 by 15.1 per cent. Generally, through most of the 19th century people continued to work until they were physically unable to, or they died. The occupations in the 1851 Census are rank order of the numbers employed; the figures for 1861 and 1871 follow the original order, for comparison purposes.. 0000010264 00000 n 0000005710 00000 n The following information was recorded in the schedules about each dwelling and person residing there on the nightof the census: 1. the address 2. whether the dwelling was "inhabited" or "uninhabited" or "building" 3. the number of rooms occupied, if less than five 4. name and surname of each person residing at the dwelling on the night of the census 5. relationship of each person to the head of the family 6. each person's marital status ("con… 0000019246 00000 n occupations were classified, and how those who were not economically active through retirement, unemployment, or otherwise were treated. By this time, other common occupations for village men were the local ironstone pits, brick making and gardening. Smallford and its surrounding areas are steeped in history, including the aerodrome at Hatfield, De Havilland’s airplane manufacture, the world’s first jet airliner – the Comet – and many other interesting historic ventures such as the Hatfield and St Albans Railway line. Meanwhile, the 1911 Census provides a separate page for each household, with even more detail on couples’ marriages. 0000010766 00000 n lab.”, provided they were “readily understood.” Both the 1891 census and 1901 census did not mention ‘occupation’ abbreviations at all. This paper sets out to describe the process whereby this rich seam of information on male occupations was exploited and transformed into a ‘census’ of adult male occupations for ∗ Joseph Shepherd remained blacksmithing at the Wilkins Green forge, and his brother-in-law, Thomas Markham, was also blacksmithing, probably at the Horseshoes forge. 0000024253 00000 n 0000006358 00000 n 0000045317 00000 n 0000011338 00000 n 0000032538 00000 n 0000005062 00000 n In 1901 was the first evidence of a school teacher, an author, a carman, bricklayers, woodman and an electrician. 0000006088 00000 n The image below is how East Drive looked in the early 1920s, shortly after Oaklands was taken over by the County Council. 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Although tempting to think her place of employment was Colney Heath School, Great Nast Hyde is not too far from old Hatfield and the Victorian New Town where there were schools. %PDF-1.2 %���� H��WMo9�������U����0� Y� �t���jX�V��S�n��AZEI���W~��rN� ���A{���� �RA�$����~P�������Ňo�1����x>}��-��Y�^��4|�`�7F'���S 0000005926 00000 n 58 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 60 /H [ 2922 490 ] /L 105305 /E 46655 /N 12 /T 104027 >> endobj xref 58 125 0000000016 00000 n 0000046005 00000 n Sphere was published by London Illustrated Newspapers and remained in print from 1900 until 1964. 0000013352 00000 n The UK 1901 Census. 0000042574 00000 n 1891 UK Census Occupation Listing Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) An excellent FRENCH Old Occupation Site: Terms and abbreviations used on Census Returns If you find the description of an occupation not found here, I would very much appreciate it if you would email me with it and the females by no less than 50.5 per cent. Follow this link to occupations. At the end of the 18th century, common grazing was replaced by self-contained farms. 0000041613 00000 n 0000006520 00000 n 0000013811 00000 n Each householder was required to complete a census schedule giving the address of the household, and the names, ages, sex, occupations and places of birth of each individual residing in his or her accommodation. 0000005224 00000 n 0000005818 00000 n 0000005332 00000 n In small communities where it is almost impossible to identify specific addresses, this is the first evidence in the census returns of a newly-built property here. 0000005386 00000 n The question of occupations was one of the 21 items of inquiry included in the population schedule to be answered, as far as applicable, for each person enumer­ ated in the census. Microsoft Access 2000 database providing data on male and female occupations and manner of employment in Scotland at county level and at national level, for persons over ten years in age groups in 1901. 0000009564 00000 n He helped to launch Sphere, an illustrated “magazine for the home”. ������-d2y+wa��!�A�@ �B(�/�/ր6�"� ��� ^�"��Xxr$ijx�+��$� �Iy!��$��K��J������K����$y�2�^:�:K;h�Vs��� �������x��g��j� ����� 0000006412 00000 n Added by Marjie Bloy Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore.]. 0000035852 00000 n 0000013950 00000 n 0000010598 00000 n 0000012182 00000 n He was an “electrician on a gentleman’s estate”. 0000025981 00000 n 1901 Census Report of Scotland: County and National Occupations. 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This website was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. 0000006466 00000 n This website serves Smallford residents and provides information about Smallford’s past, present and future. 0000013660 00000 n 0000026731 00000 n 0000031815 00000 n One who sharpened the fustian cutters knives or needlemaker who filed the needle to a point. The 1901 Census was taken on the night of Sunday 31st March 1901. This may have been Oaklands Mansion or Great Nast Hyde, more likely the former. The 1901 Census includes extra information on occupations and each family’s home. 0000006250 00000 n endstream endobj 102 0 obj << /Length 95 /Filter /FlateDecode >> stream 0000036511 00000 n 0000005764 00000 n [Compiled from Parliamentary Papers 1852-3, 1863 and 1873. Ada Noon was Henry’s niece, also living at Great Nast Hyde. 0000006628 00000 n 0000005656 00000 n This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 0000004954 00000 n 3. 0000031233 00000 n 0000007558 00000 n The Pugh family no longer feature in Horseshoes hamlet, and the licensed victualler of the Three Horseshoes public house was Alexander Gracey and his wife Emma. Smallford Station & Alban Way Heritage Society, Bringing the History of Smallford Station to Life, SSAWHS: AGM 3: Monday 26th October 2020: Project Presentation, SSAWHS: AGM 3: Monday 26th October 2020: Reports from Chair, Treasurer & Membership Secretary, Improving the Environment around Smallford Station, SSAWHS: AGM 2019: Agenda & Reports from our Chair, Treasurer & Membership Secretary, Terms & Conditions, Cookie & Privacy Policy. 0000011876 00000 n 1901:-there was a considerable revision of the occupational headings to correlate the census statistics with those of other government departments and so by 1911 the number of separate occupations mentioned under these headings now rose to 472 (from 382 in 1901 and 347 in 1891), to endstream endobj 104 0 obj << /Length 45 /Filter /FlateDecode >> stream Women and occupations in the census of England and Wales : 1851-1901 Author: Wilkinson, Amanda Awarding Body: University of Essex Current Institution: University of Essex Date of Award: 2012 Availability of Full Text: 0000012927 00000 n The occupation returns, therefore,. James’ son Arthur, gives us our first clue about an important improvement in living standards. This increased efficiency led to there being less jobs available, forcing people to move to the industrial towns and even overseas in search of work. 0000040879 00000 n Occupations in the 1901 census; Print; Reply; Pages: [1] Author Topic: Occupations in the 1901 census (Read 1125 times) chart1. 0000005008 00000 n 061 Horsekeepers, Grooms, Stablemen (not Domestic) 070 Carmen, Carriers, Carters, Wagoners (not Farm) 080 Dock Labourers, Wharf Labourers. 0000005494 00000 n 0000009111 00000 n By THOMAS A. WELTON. 0000006682 00000 n 110 Farmers, Graziers - Sons, Daughters or other relatives assisting in the work of the farm. 0000005440 00000 n 0000040159 00000 n 0000010446 00000 n Added by Marjie Bloy Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore.]. 0000023065 00000 n At the Census of 1871, which … 0000046265 00000 n At this stage the energy was generated on-site, and the house owner had the resources to “have the place wired”. 0000012790 00000 n 0000009873 00000 n 0000006736 00000 n 0000033987 00000 n Since all the details are collected at the same time, the census provides a snapshot of what life was like on census night. 0000037273 00000 n 0000009745 00000 n There were charwomen, newsagents, greengrocers, cloggers, joiners, farmers, stonemasons and laundresses. 0000025003 00000 n There has long been a tendency amongst historians to view the Victorian and Edwardian censuses of England and Wales as a problematic source for studying the work of women. 0000017105 00000 n 0000027620 00000 n 0000044384 00000 n trailer << /Size 183 /Info 56 0 R /Root 59 0 R /Prev 104017 /ID[] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 59 0 obj << /Type /Catalog /Pages 54 0 R /Metadata 57 0 R >> endobj 181 0 obj << /S 423 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 182 0 R >> stream There were three drives: South leading to Hatfield Road, North leading to Sandpit Lane, and East, which connected with Sandpit Lane (now Oaklands Lane), but it doesn’t take you more quickly to anywhere the North and South Drives couldn’t. There was also a nurse, midwife, milliner (hatmaker), sand merchant, baker, auxiliary postman, butcher, iron moulder and life assurance agent to name but a few. In this case it is possible that the farm income was able to support a non-working member of the family, William, who was 82. 0000003390 00000 n 2 Philippine Islands, Porto Rico, and Guam added by treaty between the United States and Spain, proclaimed April 11 1899 Across the road at the Four Horseshoes James and Maria Hulks continued to manage the beer house; James’ income from agricultural work was still greater than if his wife was in alternative employment. Other common occupations from this time period that are in much less demand today are galloon, gimp, and tassel makers, carriage and wagon craftsmen, nail makers, flax dressers, trunk, valise and carpet-bag makers, coopers, draymen, sawyers and hucksters. 0000013222 00000 n 0000006304 00000 n At 19, she was a school teacher. In these early days, paying an electrician to look after the new infrastructure was deemed prudent expenditure. So the point of East Drive (together with its lodge – which North Drive did not have) is up for discussion. 0000008992 00000 n Plus, we have indexes for Scotland up to 1901. Also at findmypast, ($), index endstream endobj 103 0 obj << /Length 64 /Filter /FlateDecode >> stream 0000005548 00000 n 0000009425 00000 n 0000022412 00000 n 0000034627 00000 n One who grinds and sands ceramic products (eg tiles) to … The hamlet also had its stationmaster, Thomas North, and his wife and daughters, in a house built by the railway company. 0000005602 00000 n To Great Nast Hyde had come a writer – he described himself as an author – Henry Wisdom. 0000012326 00000 n Scotland can lay claim to several important developments in farming - including drainage and plough improvements. II.-Occupations in England and Wales, 1881 and 1901. 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