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    101 At the date of the 1871 Census, James Glasper was boarding at the home of Robert (c1838) and Esther (c1837) McIver, also born in Ireland and thei son, Andrew (c1868 - Felling, Co. Durham) Glasper, James (I3541)
     
    102 At the date of the 1871 Census, Mary Ann, and brother John, Glasper, were living with their Uncle, Philip Tones (S/B Jones?).(c1846)
    Also present were Philip Tones (S/B Jones?) wife, Sarah, (c1842), his sister, Anie (c1841, his brother, George (c1851).
    At present unable to accurately trace precisely who were the parents of Mary Ann and John Glasper. 
    Glasper, Mary Ann (I3538)
     
    103 At the date of the 1871 Census, Mary Ann, and brother John, Glasper, were living with their Uncle, Philip Tones (S/B Jones?).(c1846)
    Also present were Philip Tones (S/B Jones?) wife, Sarah, (c1842), his sister, Anie (c1841, his brother, George (c1851).
    At present unable to accurately trace precisely who were the parents of Mary Ann and John Glasper. 
    Glasper, John (I3539)
     
    104 At the date of the 1881 Census, Henry Glasper was living with his Uncle, Joseph Cartledge, (c 1826, Debryshire) a General Labourer, his Aunt, Mary Cartledge (c 1819, ILLIEGIBLE, Yorkshire), their daughter, Annie, (c 1858, Piercebridge, Co. Durham) a Domestic Servant,and a grandson, William Cartledge, (c 1878, Clowbeck Barton, North Yorkshire).

    Whether Henry and Annie were the parents of the child has not yet been determined. (2006-07-21)
    In the 1871 Census, Henry King Glasper was living with his Uncle, Thomas Glasper (C1837), Uncle's Wife, Elizabeth (c1842) in St. Pancras, London.
    Unsure as yet as to whom HKH was the son, as the Thomas Glasper in the previous generation was reported as having died in 1858. 
    Glasper, Henry King S (I3994)
     
    105 At the date of the 1881 Census, Margart Glasper was employed as a Scullery Maid At Forcett Hall, Richmond, North Yorkshire.
    There was a large house staff and numerous other buildings/enterprisees on the estate.
    See http://forcetthall.co.uk/ for 'modern' details. 
    Glasper, Margaret (I8248)
     
    106 At the date of the 1891 Census, brother and sister, William and Mary Glasper, were living at tthe home of their Uncle and Aunt, John and Mary Watts and their four children. Glasper, William (I4754)
     
    107 At the date of the 1891 Census, brother and sister, William and Mary Glasper, were living at tthe home of their Uncle and Aunt, John and Mary Watts and their four children. Glasper, Mary (I3980)
     
    108 At the date of the 1891 Census, James T Glasper was described as "Nurse Child" and was living in the home of James and Mirian Garbutt and their four children. Glasper, James Tarron (I1014)
     
    109 At the date of the 1891 Census, John Glasper was employed by Mrs Elizabeth Wilson (Widow) and her FIVE single daughters (aged between 25 and 32). JG was one of THREE Farm Servants (Domestic). Glasper, John (I825)
     
    110 At the date of the 1901 Census, Arthur Glasper was one of four 'Boarders" in the home of Emily Mauger (Widow) and her two daughters (both School Teachers). There was also one Domestic Servant. Glasper, Arthur (I4337)
     
    111 At the date of the 1901 Census, Harry York Glasper was living as the 'Nephew' of Samuel Ayton, age 39, Accountants Clerk, born in Ferry Hill, Co. Durham, and his wife, Ann Unknown, age 31, born in Stockton-on-Tees, Co. Durham.
    Conundrum: If this HYG IS the son of HYG, born 1866 then who is THIS Ann?
    Ann Glasper, sister of the elder HYG, is accounted for in another part of the 1901 Census. 
    Glasper, Harry Yorke (I4365)
     
    112 At the date of the 1901 Census, Harry York Glasper was living as the 'Nephew' of Samuel Ayton, age 39, Accountants Clerk, born in Ferry Hill, Co. Durham, and his wife, Ann Unknown, age 31, born in Stockton-on-Tees, Co. Durham.
    Conundrum: If this HYG IS the son of HYG, born 1866 then who is THIS Ann?
    Ann Glasper, sister of the elder HYG, is accounted for in another part of the 1901 Census. 
    Unknown, Ann (I4369)
     
    113 At the date of the 1901 Census, Harry York Glasper was living as the 'Nephew' of Samuel Ayton, age 39, Accountants Clerk, born in Ferry Hill, Co. Durham, and his wife, Ann Unknown, age 31, born in Stockton-on-Tees, Co. Durham.
    Conundrum: If this HYG IS the son of HYG, born 1866 then who is THIS Ann?
    Ann Glasper, sister of the elder HYG, is accounted for in another part of the 1901 Census. 
    Ayton, Samuel (I4368)
     
    114 At the date of the 1901 Census, Jane A Glasper was at the same address as she had been at the date of the 1881 Census - this time as 'Visitor'.
    This address was now the home of Mrs Sarah Barrass, a married lady (not a Widow) and her two sons and one daughter. From the 1881 Census it may be deduced that Mrs Sarah Barras was her sister under the 1881 name of Miss Sarah Glsaper. 
    Glasper, Jane A (I4253)
     
    115 At the date of the 1901 Census, Jane Glasper, single, and Head of the household, age 69, had three 'Boarders'
    Edward, age 54, Joiner/Carpenter and Annie Hasson, Widow, afe 42, Laundress Wash, and her daughter, Lilla V, age 7 - all born in Stokesley.
    At present it has not been ascertained what the precise family relationship between Jane and Edward might have been. 
    Glasper, Jane (I4351)
     
    116 At the date of the 1901 Census, Jane Glasper, single, and Head of the household, age 69, had three 'Boarders'
    Edward, age 54, Joiner/Carpenter and Annie Hasson, Widow, afe 42, Laundress Wash, and her daughter, Lilla V, age 7 - all born in Stokesley.
    At present it has not been ascertained what the precise family relationship between Jane and Edward might have been. 
    Glasper, Edward (I5652)
     
    117 AT the date of the 1911 Census, Alice Glasoer, 44, of Stokesley, was working as a Housekeeper, fopr a HEnry Trenholm, 50, Farmers Labourer, also born in Stokesley. Mr Trenholm claimed to have been maarried for 14 years, but there was no indication as to the whereabouts of his wife. Glasper, Alice (I795)
     
    118 At the date of the 1911 Census, Beatrice, and her sister, Edith, were living and working together. They were at 108 Lumley Street, Middlesbrough, a few doors away form their family home of 100 Lumley Street. They were employed by a Mr Robert Smith, age 25, Boiler Maker, and his wife, Mrs Emily Smith, age 24. Mr and Mrs Smith had three infant children, Robert (2 - 1909), Clive (1 - 1910) and Rhoda (0 - 1911). Glasper, Beatrice (I3240)
     
    119 At the date of the 1911 Census, Ediith, and her sister, Beatrice, were living and working together. They were at 108 Lumley Street, Middlesbrough, a few doors away form their family home of 100 Lumley Street. They were employed by a Mr Robert Smith, age 25, Boiler Maker, and his wife, Mrs Emily Smith, age 24. Mr and Mrs Smith had three infant children, Robert (2 - 1909), Clive (1 - 1910) and Rhoda (0 - 1911). Glasper, Edith (I3241)
     
    120 At the date of thw 1851, Mary Ann Glasper, a Schoar, was listed as a Visitor to Langley Mill, Langley, Co. Durham. This was the home of Mr James (c1772) and Mrs Mary Brown (c1775), their son, Peter (c1804), daughter, Isabella (c1815) and their servant, Edward Fenwick (c1835).
    It would appear that, by the date of the Census, Edward Fenwick and Mary A Glasper were married with a daughter. (Although Mary Ann's birth date had made her appear four tears younger!) 
    Glasper, Mary Ann (I3329)
     
    121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Smith, J.E. (I14)
     
    122 At the time of the 1841 Census, Mary ( 40-44) was living in Claycoton with husband John (50-54) and Ann Glasper (75-79) (Of one of whom she was, presumably, the Mother) and their children, George (15-19), Henery (12), Emma (6), Thomas (5) and Elizabeth (4 months). Unknown, Mary (I3346)
     
    123 At the time of the 1841 Census, Ann was living in Claycoton with Mary (40 - 44) and John Harper (50-54) (to one of who she was, presumably, the Mother) and their children, George (15-19), Henery (12), Emma (6), Thomas (5) and Elizabeth (4 months). Unknown, Anne (I3343)
     
    124 At the time of the 1841 Census, John (50-54) was living in Claycoton with wife Mary (40 - 44) and Ann Glasper (75-79) (Of one of whom she was, presumably, the Mother) and their children, George (15-19), Henery (12), Emma (6), Thomas (5) and Elizabeth (4 months). Glasper, John (I3345)
     
    125 At the time of the 1851 Census Ann Appleton (Widow) was living next door to James Appleton and his family. She was two years older than James and was described as a Widow and a Pauper. Appleton, Ann (I2319)
     
    126 At the time of the 1851 census Joseph was a farm labourer and was living at Wether Hill Farm. His employers appear to have been Mr Parker & Mrs Mary Parker. (Mr Parker not present on night of Census.) Mr & Mrs Parker had one son at home, John (age 1-y-o). The family employed 2 female House Servants and 2 Farm Labourers.

    At the time of the 1881 census Joseph was a farm labourer and was living with his wife Jane and their children Isabella, George and Annie. At this time they had a boarder called Joseph Nellam a farm labourer aged 34 from Sorrowfull Hill, Yorkshire. Information courtesy of Brian Brown 
    Glasper, Joseph (I6255)
     
    127 At the time of the 1891 census living with them was William Elvin, a nephew, age 4 and born in Slough Buckinghamshire Hadlow, John James (I1194)
     
    128 Awarded MC at El Alamein. Capt in Durham Light Infantry. KIA. Army number 230149. Details on www.cwgc.org. buried in Hanover War Cemetary. 2 entries in London Gazette link of promotions

    According to the London Gazette:
    Issue 35513 03-Apr-1942 on page 4 of 6:
    Durham L.I. Warrant Officer Class II, Harry Glasper (230149) to be 2nd Lieutenant, 29-Oct-1941.
    Issue 35879 26-Jan-1943 on page 3 of 6:
    The Military Cross to Lieuteant (acting Captain) Harry Glasper (230149) The Durham Light Infantry. (Darlington). 
    Glasper, Harry (I1146)
     
    129 ‘Close’ family only at funeral service in garden of own home followed by cremation elsewhere. Massender, Donald (I493)
     
    130 Baptism information courtesy of Michael Verrall, (m.verrall@talktalk.net), e-mail 28-Oct-2007. Chapman, Charles (I363)
     
    131 Believed taken to America after death of his mother and twin sister. Sutton, Fred (I7544)
     
    132 Believed Youngest Chapman, Myrtle May (I364)
     
    133 Birth not registered for nearly THREE months - on 23-Jan-1923.

    Emigrated to Australia in 1951 with husband George Hagerty (Also known as Dennis Hagerty)
    Information courtesy of Frank W C Probett, (Father of David Probett )

    Hagarty Family, of 70 Malva Road, Wandsworth, London: Emigration from Southampton on 06 Mar 1951 on Royal Mail Lines vessel ‘Asturia’, bound for Australia. (Assisted Passage.)

    Family consisted of the following:

    George Denis Hagarty Metal Polisher Age 31
    Mrs K Hagarty Wife Age 28
    Miss M Hagarty Daughter Age 5
    Miss P A Hagarty Daughter Age 3
    Miss S T Hagarty Daughter Age 1 
    Probett, Kathleen Theresa Mary (I10)
     
    134 Birth Names registered ONLY Francis William - NO mention of Christopher. Information courtesy of David Probett.
    Cause of Death read from GP's Death Certificate and viewed by DCP at Registry Office.

    Memorandum of Telephone Conversation on 18 April 2011
    Initiated by: David Probett (Son by first Marriage)
    With: Office Member of staff at London Oratory School

    Date of Entry: October 1937
    Previous School: St Joseph's Primary School
    Residence: Wandsworth, London
    Father's Occupation: Tree Feller
    Academic Achievements: Oxford School Certificate
    Date of Leaving: January 1943
    Reason for Departure: V Woods, Solicitors 
    Probett, Francis William Christopher (I6)
     
    135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Davison, A. (I7737)
     
    136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jeffries, A. (I8382)
     
    137 Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives, London.<p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S178)
     
    138 Born at his parents' home. Lee, Frederick George Downham (I1484)
     
    139 Born in Wigan but moved to Crewe with his wife Mary & their children Dyke, John (I3767)
     
    140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brown, B.M. (I568)
     
    141 Bridger, W E,
    Capture Year: 1943,
    Service Number: 6401347,
    Rank: Private,
    Regiment: Army Air Corps,
    Theatre of War: Sicily / North Africa,
    Collection Source: Great Britain.

    http://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=gbm%2fwo417%2f0593203 
    Bridger, Walter Eric (I341)
     
    142 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hunter, B.P. (I1856)
     
    143 Buried with his second wife Jeanie. Lee, William George (I1819)
     
    144 Buried next to her parents William & Annie Lee. Lee, Ada Ellen (I1692)
     
    145 By the time of his wedding to Ethel Hunt, Thomas was once again living in Spennymoor at 136 George Street. Ethel originated from West Cornforth but at the time of the wedding Ethel was living at 33 High Street, Spennymoor. By the mid 30's Thomas, Ethel and family had moved to 33 Tyne Crescent, Spennymoor.
    Information courtesy of Brian Brown. 
    Glasper, Thomas Edward (I171)
     
    146 Cemetery photograph courtesy of miloufg@yahoo.com via http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=135954126&ref=acom Bridger, Walter H (I380)
     
    147 Child PROBABLY illigitimate. Glasper, Elizabeth (I865)
     
    148 Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives, London.<p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London, EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S168)
     
    149 Clare Janet Turner had two children - each with different, un-named fathers Unknown, Unknown (I2488)
     
    150 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Turner, C.J. (I1211)
     

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