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1881 Census

Census on 3rd April 1881

The 1881 census recorded each person that spent the night at a particular address. Red House is in County of Staffordshire, Registration District of Walsall, Sub-Registration District of Aldridge, Civil Parish of Great Barr. The Address is recorded as Birmingham Road, Snails Green Lane. Two separate addresses are associated with the Red House.

The Red House

NameDate of Birth (age)Place of BirthPositionNote
Charlotte Marshall abt 1833 (48) Bath, Somerset, England Head widow
Julia Stogdon abt 1849 (32) London Islington , Middlesex, England Niece  
Sarah Cuthbert abt 1845 (36) Stowmarket, Suffolk, England Visitor
Mary A. Anderton abt 1841 (40) Inkberrow, Worcestershire, England Servant Cook
Fanny Brandon abt 1843 Penns, Warwickshire, England Servant Housekeeper
William Fothergill abt 1855 Tockington, Gloucestershire, England Servant Butler
Emily Hall abt 1858 Ashted, Warwickshire, England Servant Housemaid
Martha Hayward abt 1858 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England Servant Lady's Maid
Louisa Smith abt 1859 Camden, Gloucestershire, England Servant Housemaid
Walter Weetman abt 1859 Preston Baggot, Warwickshire, England Servant Groom

Red House Lodge

NameDate of Birth (age)Place of BirthPositionNote
Charles Botwood abt 1842 (39) Bucknell, Shropshire, England Head Coachman
Elizabeth Botwood abt 1843 (38) Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England Wife  
Charles E. Botwood abt 1880 (8m) Great Barr, Staffordshire, England Son baby

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