Kensington, London census 1861

Return for Parish of St Mary Abbots, Kensington, London 1861. (Catalogue ref: RG 9/17)


              Town of Kensington Ecclesiastical District of St Johns
HOUSES Name and Surname of each person Relation to Head of family Married or not Age of Profession or Occupation Where Born  



Blind, or Deaf and Dumb



In-habited Unin-habited
Males Females






David Bayley Lodger Un [unmarried] 18   Draper’s assistance Middlesex, Hadley









Adolphus A. Sherlock Lodger Un 22   do [ditto: as above] Ireland, Dublin






Michael Williams Head Mar [married] 45   Railway Carriage fitter Lancashire, Liverpool



    Margaret Williams Wife Mar.   40   Middlesex, Paddington  
    Anne       do. Daur [daughter] Un   19 General Servant Do.,  Do.,  
    Charles do. Son Un 16   Apprentice to gas fitter Do.,  Do.,  
    Jane Dagworthy Head Widow   46 Fishmonger Do., Chelsea  
    Edward do. Son Un 21   Omnibus horse keeper Do., Kensington  
    Miriam do. Daur Un   20 Servant out of place Do., Do.,  
    Charles do. Son Un 17   Coster Monger Do., Do.,  
    Ellen do. Daur.     16 Servant Do., Do.,  
    Thomas do. Son   9   Scholar Do., Do.,  
    Richard do. Son   7   do. Do., Do.,  
    Charlotte do. Daur     5 do. Do., Do.,  
    Joseph Webb Nephew Un 21   Coster Monger Do., Do.,  
    Matilda Cozens Head Widow   59 Keeper of shop with sweetmeats and Chandlery, Do.,  Stepney  
    Robert . E. Farr Lodger Unm 28   Plasterer Devon, Chillington  
    William Gillian Do. Unm. 23   works a Retort maker Somersetshire, Bristol  
    John Relly Head Mar. 34   Picture framers gilder Middlesex, St. Martins.  
    Susan do. Wife Mar.   32   Do.  
    John do. Son   13   Errand boy Do., Newport Market  
    Thomas do Son   9   Scholar Do.,  
    Susan do. Daur.     7 do. Do.,  
    Maria do. Daur     5 do. Do.,  
    Esther do. Daur.     1   Do., Pimlico  
4   Total of Males and Females 13 12-Jan      
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