Monday, October 12, 2009

1911 census of England and Wales - my first workhouse

Sched Name Relation Condition/
Yrs married Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation

9999 SIMMONS, Arthur Herbert Head Married M 38 1873 Master Of Workhouse

a lot of 9999 cut

RG number:
RG14 Piece:
6723 Reference:
RG14PN6723 RD125 SD2 ED18 SN9999

Registration District: Windsor
Sub District: Windsor
Enumeration District: 18
Parish: Old Windsor

Old Windsor Berkshire County:

1911 Census
Old Windsor Berkshire
Windsor, Berkshire
Reference RG14PN6723 RD125 SD2 ED18 SN9999

I was looking for the royal family possibly at Windsor Castle
Old Windsor Berkshire

The Workhouse -

"After 1834

Windsor Poor Law Union was formed on 7th September 1835. Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 18 in number, representing its 6 constituent parishes as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one):"

workhouse old windsor - Google Search: "situated in the parish of Old Windsor, on the verge of the Great Park, at a spot known as Bear's Rail"

the 1911 images have no address on them because it is an institution in a booklet,
and the address would be on the front page - which image is apparently missing


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