Thomas Harrison1

#29985, b. 1865

Individual's Timeline

Birth1865Thomas Harrison
Marriage1890Thomas Harrison1

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: Thomas was in 1891 a brickmaker and in 1901 and 1911 a labourer in the limestone quarry.

Census details

  • In the census taken on the night of 5th April 1891 Thomas was the head of the household and Betsy was his wife. The address was Pit Houses, Town Street, St Marys Old Malton, Old Malton, Yorkshire, England. Their son Charles was living with them.
  • In the census taken on the night of 31st March 1901, Thomas was the head of the household and Betsy was his wife. The address was 9 Pitt Houses, Malton, Yorkshire, England. Their children Percy, Walter, Martin, Ernest, Margaret and Emily were living with them.
  • In the census taken on the night of 2nd April 1911, Thomas was the head of the household and Betsy was his wife. The address was Malton, England. married for 20 years. The marriage had produced 8 children, one of whom had died prior to 1911. They lived in a 4 roomed house. I believe that Thomas must have filled in the census form incorrectly as this couple had 12 or 13 children in total. My hypothisys is that They had 7 with them in 1911, and one who had died. This leaves the 4 children not at home (Charles, Percy, Walter and Ernest) were not included in the total. Their children Martin, Margaret, Emily, Doris, Norah, Jack and Evlin were living with them.

Children of Thomas Harrison and Betsy Larn

Citations

  1. Yorkshire BMD index, online http://www.yorkshirebmd.org.uk, Yorkshire Marriage indexes for the years: 1890
    LARN     Betsy     HARRISON     Thomas     Old Malton St Mary the Virgin, Ryedale     Harrogate     C50RY/1/406.