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People in Llanfyllin workhouse in 1891

Glossary
 

This photograph shows some of the inmates of Llanfyllin workhouse around 1890.

Photo of Llanfyllin inmates

Census - from 1841 a census, which records details of everyone in Britain, was carried out every ten years.
 
 
 

Below is a list of people in Llanfyllin workhouse taken from the census return of 1891.

Click on the persons highlighted on the following pages for more information about them from the workhouse records.

 
 
Name and
Surname of
each person

Relation to
Head of
family
Age last
birthday
Profession or
occupation
Deaf and Dumb,
Blind, Lunatic,
Imbecile or Idiot
    Male Female    
Thomas Aubrey
Jones
Head 40   Master of
Workhouse
 
Mary Jones Wife   42 Matron of
Workhouse
 
Heber A Son 13   Scholar  
Norah Daughter   10 Scholar  
Ethel M Daughter   8 Scholar  
Mary M Daughter   6 Scholar  
Ellen Davies Nurse   37 Head Nurse  
Jane Jones Nurse   24 Infants Nurse  
John Griffiths Servant 21   Porter  
 

The people named above were workhouse staff and family members. The list of workhouse inmates starts on the next page ...

More about the workhouse inmates ...

 
 

 

 

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