My Family History & Genealogy

James White Hinds

 

Census entries and Addresses

 

 

Year

Address

Age

Occupation

1841

Dunstable St, Western Side, Ampthill, Bedfordshire

 

21

None listed

1851

20 Bowne Street, Sculcoates, Kingston upon Hull

 

32

Watch maker

1861

37 Morton Street, Cheetham, Manchester

 

40

Watch maker

1871

Dartmoor prison

 52

Watch maker

1881

16 West St, Broughton in Salford, Lancs

60

Chronometer & Watch maker

1891

31 Princess Road, Willesden, Harrow, Middlesex

71

Watch maker

1901

Rowton House, Grays Inn Lane, St Pancras, London

 

82

Watch maker

1859

11 Ruthin St, Salford, Manchester

 

JWH 1858 death certificate

 

 

ROWTON HOUSES

 

The large buildings which bear this name owe their initiation to Lord Rowton, known to an older generation as the friend and secretary of Lord Beaconsfield. These buildings have been constructed and their management arranged for the provision of hostels or hotels for the poorer classes of men who require a home in the metropolis under circumstances which provides them with sleeping accommodation and living and social rooms at an extremely moderate price, supplying either food or the means  cooking to those prefer their own.

 

http://www.victorianlondon.org/houses/modellodging.htm

 

There is a Henry J Hinds watchmaker living with James at the time of the 1851 Census, he is nephew to James,

 

Sources:

 

www.ancestry.co.uk

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