|Name and Surname||Relationship to Head of Household||Age||Sex||Marriage or Orphanhood||Birthplace and Nationality||School||Personal Occupation||Employment||Place of Work|
|J.F.B Hopwood||Head||56||M||Married||London Mile End||[Blank]||Butcher||Employer||At home|
|J.A Hopwood||Son||21||M||Single||London Bethnal Green||[Blank]||Butcher||[Blank]||Butcher at home|
|G Hopwood||[Blank]||19||M||Single||London Bethnal Green||[Blank]||Butcher||[Blank]||Butcher at home|
I declare that this Schedule is correctly filled up to the best of my knowledge and belief
[signed] J.F.B. Hopwood
« Return to Case Study A – Tower Hamlets
- Look at Source One and answer these questions:
Source one- 1921 Census record- The National Archives (RG15/1430)
- What job does this family do? What type of building is this?
- What does it show about the food people eat? Why can’t people store meat for a long time?
- What benefit do the children have because of their father’s job?
- What else can you learn about this family?
- What questions do you have about this family that are not answered by the census record? Write these down and keep them.