SHORT - Family Late 1800's

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SHORT - Family Late 1800's

Postby DawnB » Wed Jan 21, 2004 11:38 am

Information about Benjamin Short, son of George and Mary Coverdale, was a bricklayer in 1881 but a builder by 1891. He married Emily Raines in 1882 at Nafferton and had nine children by 1901 census.
Also looking for information about his son George Edward b. 1885.



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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 5:43 pm

Household: 1881 census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Henry REYNOLDS Head M Male 61 Boston, Lincoln, England Farm Labourer (Ag Lab)
Elizabeth REYNOLDS Wife M Female 58 Driffield, York, England Farm Labourers Wife
Margaret STEPHENSON Daur M Female 29 Driffield, York, England Farm Labourers Daur
Elizabeth STEPHENSON Gd Daur Female 12 Driffield, York, England Scholar
Harriett STEPHENSON Gd Daur Female 5 Driffield, York, England Scholar
Oliver STEPHENSON Gd Son Male 2 Little Driffield, York, England
Benjamin SHORT Boarder U Male 24 Cottingham, York, England Bricklayer
John STEPHENSON Gd Son Male 4 Kilnwick, York, England Scholar

Source Information:
Dwelling 35 Scarboro Road
Census Place Great Driffield, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342157
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4793 / 74
Page Number 34
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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 5:45 pm

Marriages Sep QTR 1882 District: Driffield Vol 9d Page 447

Benjamin Short = Emily Raines

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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 5:49 pm

Births Mar QTR 1857 District: Sculcoates Vol 9d Page 120

Benjamin Short

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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:02 pm

Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for NAFFERTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.


NAFFERTON TOWNSHIP.

Post Office, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, Nafferton, Hull. Nearest Telegraph Office, Driffield. Mails arrive at 6-50 a.m. and 2-5 p.m. from Hull, and are despatched at 12-10 p.m. and 4-45 p.m. Henry Bell, postmaster. Wall Letter Box at the Station, cleared at 4-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

Arnell Thomas, gardener, The Hall
Atkinson Mrs. Harriet, Park house
Bailey Miss Mary, dressmaker
Baron Tom, grocer
Bebbington Allen, grocer and coal merchant
Bell Henry, tailor and draper
Bell James, fruiterer
Blades William, grocer
Booth Mrs. Annie Maria, Sunnyside
Broadley Mrs. Mary
Burton George, Wesleyan schoolmaster
Butterfield Robert, poultry dealer
Carrington Thomas, blacksmith
Carter Francis, vict., White Horse
Colley Matthew, shopkeeper
Crompton Mrs. Isabella, Holly bank
Davidson Rev. James, M.A., vicar
Dixon Mr. Harrison
Duffin Henry, draper
Duggleby Mrs. Maria, Driffield road
Eden Emanuel, pork butcher
Etherington Thomas, assistant overseer
Fenby Paul, grocer
Foster Mrs. Mary
Foster William, grocer
Gilbank William, cowkeeper
Goodwill James, gardener
Gore Mrs. Jane
Greenley Mrs. Mary Ann, vict., Cross Keys
Harrison Mrs., Hollybank
Hilton Henry, vict., Blue Bell
Hoggarth Mrs. Annie, dressmaker
Holtby Mr. Richard, Filbert grove
Jarratt Miss Jane
Jefferson Israel, bootmaker
Johnson John, poulterer
Knapton Mr. William
Laybourne Mrs. Jane
Levitt Reub., shoeing smith, implement maker, and coal dealer
Lidster Miss, infant schoolmistress
Longbottom Charles, general dealer
Longbottom Samuel, glass, &c., dealer
Meek Robert, saddler
Middleham James, machinist
Monkman Mrs Mary, draper, Mount pleasant
Monkman Walter, grocer
Muntz Mrs. Holly bank
Nicholson Richard, butcher
Nornabell Mrs. S. M., miller
North Mr. Charles Matthew, Sands house
Nunns John Wm., stationmaster, and agent for the Hand in Hand Fire and Life Insurance Society & Imperial Union Accident Assur. Ltd.
Oubridge John, butcher
Porter Thomas, coal dealer
Pratt John, grocer and coal dealer
Preston William, master, national school
Raines William, blacksmith, Albion house
Ross Mr. William, The Villa
Savile Robt., M.D., Edin., and M.R.C.S., Lond., The Elms
Sellers Alfred, butcher
Shepherdson John, joiner
Shields James, clerk
Short Benjamin, builder and contractor
Simpkin James, poultry dealer
Slee Francis, hairdresser
Southwick Mrs. Ann
Spanton Samuel, shoemaker
Spanton William, joiner
Stamp Mark, vict., King's Head
Stocks Mrs. Hannah
Stockton John, grocer
Taylor John, cattle dealer, Nether Elms house
Thorpe William Brewster, cattle dealer
Thurlow Thomas, joiner and cabinet maker
Towse Thomas, beer retailer, Star Inn
Vasey William, tailor
Walker James, grocer
Ward John Samuel, engineer and millwright
Ward Richard Thomas, builder
Ward Thomas, joiner
Wardell Mrs. Sarah, dressmaker
Watson John William, tailor and draper
Wilkinson Joesph, saddler
Williamson Thomas, grocer and draper

Farmers.

Beilby George
Booth John
Broadley Henry (and joiner)
Cole Thomas
Creaser George
Crompton Thomas
Dickson John, Wold house
Ellyard Charles, The Limes
Gofton Peter, Pockthorpe hall
Harrison George
Hodge Robert Rivis, Station farm
Horner Escritt
Jarratt James Robert
Jefferson John
Lovell William Woodcock, The Grange
Overfield George, Nethergate
Potter Lamplough, Pockthorpe
Pratt Frederick
Redman Thomas
Robinson Edward, Westgate
Sellers John
Sherwood Robert
Simpson John, Westfield

Carriers.

Milner John William, to Driffield daily
Stephenson Henry, to Bridlington, Saturday; Driffield, Thursday

Source: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/ERY/Nafferton/Nafferton92Dry.html
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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:09 pm

Nafferton 1891 Census (Extract)

Name & Surname Relation to Head Condition Age Occupation Where Born

Benjamin Short Head M (34) Bricklayer Yorks - Cottingham

Emily Wife M (27) Yorks - Nafferton

William Son (08) Scholar Yorks - Nafferton

George E Son (06) Scholar Yorks - Nafferton

Mary A Dau (04) Yorks - Nafferton

Frances C Dau (01) Yorks - Nafferton

Source: http://website.lineone.net/~stevejgarton/1891Nafferton.htm
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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:13 pm

Deaths Jun QTR 1908 District: Driffield Vol 9d Page 192

Benjamin Short [age] 51

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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:17 pm

Marriages Dec QTR 1842 District: Sculcoates Vol 22 Page 427

George Short = Mary Coverdale

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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:34 pm

Household: 1881 census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
George SHORT Head W Male 68 Fosten, York, England Labourer Gen
Mary SHORT Daur U Female 26 Cottingham, York, England
Alexandre P. SHORT Son U Male 22 Cottingham, York, England Labourer

Source Information:
Dwelling George Street
Census Place Cottingham, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342147
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4748 / 124
Page Number 21
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Postby Peter6 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 6:36 pm

Deaths Dec QTR 1872 District: Sculcoates Vol 9d Page 89

Mary Short [age] 56

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