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1901 Census

Census of1901

The 1901 census recorded each person that spent the night at a particular address. Red House is in County of Staffordshire, Civil Parish of Great Barr. Parlimentary Borough of Handsworth and Eccliastical Parish of St Margarets.

The residents seemed to be just looking after the property as the head was described as a caretaker. He lived at the Red House woth his wife and five sons.

Three separate addresses are associated with the Red House.

The Red House

Name (age) Place of Birth Position
William Parker 48 Walsall Groom, Gardener & Caretaker
Mary Ann Parker 45 Perry Barr Servant
Ernest M Parker 19 Great Barr Gardener Domestic
Jas Ed Perker 17 Great Barr Gardener
Francis Jn Parker 14 Great Barr Groom Gardener
Thomas Hy Parker 12 Great Barr  
Jos Wilfred Parker 8 Great Barr  


Red House Lodge No 1, Newton Road

Name age Place of Birth Position Note
Sarah Ann Field 50 Adderbury, Oxford Widow Washerwoman
Edith M Field 11 Great Barr Daughter  


Red House Lodge

Name age Place of Birth Position Note
Alfred Richard Darlington 37 Shrewsbury, Salop Head Tailors Cutter
Laura Jane Darlington 36 Wellington, Salop Wife  


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