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1800 ~ CENSUS DETAILS ~ 1901

Census details showing the Bristowe families from the earliest available date - that of the US Federal Census of 1800 - will be added to this page when available.



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This page is from the US Federal Census of 1800 - Ward 3, New York city, and the entry for Samuel BRISTOWE (1766~1846) is underlined. At the time of the census, Samuel and Eliza Ann BRISTOWE had two children of their own, Eliza Welby and Samuel Ellis, along with Mary Ann FOX (Eliza's daughter from her first marriage). There also appears to be 3 servants in the household, 1 male and 2 female.




UK 1841 Census - showing Samuel BRISTOWE, his wife Eliza Ann BRISTOWE (previously FOX, née BANKS), & their youngest daughters.   Mary Ann LESITER (née FOX and also known as GILBERT) is the eldest daughter of Eliza Ann BRISTOWE by her first marriage to Charles Gilbert FOX.

Census 1841         (adults' ages reduced to nearest 5 years & born in county Y = yes, N = no)
place name age occupation where born
Pelham St. Newark, Notts. Samuel BRISTOWE 74 Independant N (Twyford, Dby.)
ditto Eliza BRISTOWE 64 ditto N (New York)
ditto Mary BRISTOWE 21 ditto Y (Beesthorpe)
ditto Julia BRISTOWE 17 ditto Y (Beesthorpe)
ditto Mary LESITER 45 ditto N (New York)
ditto Harriet WAYTE 24 Servant N
ditto Charlotte WOODCOCK 22 ditto Y



UK 1841 Census - showing Samuel Ellis BRISTOWE, his 2nd wife (Lady) Alicia Mary BRISTOWE (née NEEDHAM), and her elder sister (Lady) Georgiana NEEDHAM (daughters of the 1st Earl of Kilmorey, (General) Francis Jack NEEDHAM and Anne - daughter of Thomas FISHER of Acton, Middlesex) at Beesthorpe Hall, Nottinghamshire.

Census 1841         (adults' ages reduced to nearest 5 years & born in county Y = yes, N = no)
place name age occupation where born
Beesthorpe Hall Samuel BRISTOWE 40 Landowner N (New York)
ditto Alicia BRISTOWE 40   N (Dublin)
ditto Georgiana NEEDHAM 40   N (London)
ditto Jane BARBER 18 Servant Y
ditto Mary REID 20 ditto N
ditto Jane MILLER 20 ditto N
ditto Thomas SMITH 15 ditto Y



UK 1841 Census - showing the staff and pupils of Avon Bank school situated on Southern Lane by the River Avon and adjacent to Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of Old Stratford about 1 mile west of the Stratford-upon-Avon town centre. The Governess is Maria BYERLY, a neice of Josiah WEDGWOOD, whilst Anna Maria BRISTOWE is shown as a pupil.

Census 1841         (adults' ages reduced to nearest 5 years & born in county Y = yes, N = no)
place name age occupation where born
Avon Bank
Parish of
Old Stratford
Maria BYERLY 40 Governess N
  Jane BYERLY 40 Governess N
  Mary AINSWORTH 40 Governess N
  Alicia AINSWORTH 30 Governess N
  Annabett LYE 20 Ass.Governess N
  Susan LYE 15 Ass.Governess N
  Mademoiselle SMITH 20 Ass.Governess N (France)
  Mary ADAMS 14 Pupil N
  Rosa ADAMS 12 Pupil N
  Eleanor AMERY 12 Pupil N
  Eliza BADGER 15 Pupil N
  Mary BRIGHT 14 Pupil N
  Anna BRISTOWE 14 Pupil N
  Marianne COX 14 Pupil N
  Sarah CLARKE 14 Pupil N
Public Records Office Reference RG7 Piece 107/ Folio 1126 / 10

below is the link to
The complete Census of Avon Bank School



UK 1881 Census - showing Lady Georgiana NEEDHAM (daughter of the 1st Earl of Kilmorey, (General) Francis Jack NEEDHAM and Anne - daughter of Thomas FISHER of Acton, Middlesex), her sister Lady Alicia Mary BRISTOWE (widow of Samuel Ellis BRISTOWE), and Lady Alicia BRISTOWE's daughter-in-law Albertine BRISTOWE (née LAVIT, wife of Samuel Boteler BRISTOWE) and her daughters, along with Lady Selina HINDE (daughter of the 2nd Earl of Kilmorey, Francis Jack NEEDHAM & Jane GUN-CUNINGHAM) at Datchet House, Datchet, Buckinghamshire.

Census 1881    Census Place: Datchet House, Datchet, Buckingham, England
name rel m/s gen age birth place occupation
Georgiana (Lady) NEEDHAM Head U F 85 Dublin, IRE Earl's Daughter
Alicia (Lady) BRISTOWE Sister W F 82 Dublin, IRE Earl's Daughter
Selina (Lady) HINDE Visitor M F 63 Wargrave, Berks. Earl's Daughter
Albertine E. E. BRISTOWE Visitor M F 45 Paris, France  
Edith Caroline BRISTOWE Visitor U F 21 London, Mdx  
Amelia Mary BRISTOWE Visitor U F 13 London, Mdx Scholar
Esther STROUD Serv. U F 43 E. Hampstead, Berks. Maid
Eliza HAYWARD Serv. U F 41 Milton, Oxford Maid
Mary Ann BRANT Serv. U F 20 Winkfield, Berks. Cook
Charlotte MACE Serv. U F 20 Datchet, Bucks. House Maid
Edith FIELD Serv. U F 16 Ulston, Essex Parlour Maid
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 1458 / 14 Page Number 22



UK 1881 Census - showing Samuel Boteler BRISTOWE lodging with a fellow law practitioner in London, and a link to the complete census of Repton School in Derbyshire where Samuel and Albertine BRISTOWE's two younger sons (Charles and Frederick) were boarding.

Census 1881    Census Place: 2 Paper Buildings, London, Middlesex, England
name rel m/s gen age birth place occupation
David J. V. DURELL Head (Occupier) U M 47 Oxford, England Barrister at Law
Samuel B. BRISTOWE Occupier M M 58 Newark, Nottingham, England Judge of County Court No.33
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 0376 / 95 Page Number 10



UK 1881 Census - showing the Rev. George T. O. BRIDGEMAN (son of the 2nd Earl of Bradford), his sister Lady Mary Selina Louisa WINDSOR-CLIVE (wife of Robert M. P. WINDSOR-CLIVE) and her daughter Henrietta Louisa WINDSOR-CLIVE. Also Henry Fox BRISTOWE (2nd son of Samuel Ellis BRISTOWE and Mary Ann FOX) with his wife Selina BRISTOWE (née BRIDGEMAN) and their daughters.

Census 1881    Census Place: The Rectory Hall, Wigan, Lancashire, England
name rel m/s gen age birth place occupation
George T. O. BRIDGEMAN Head W M 57 Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire Hon & Rev Rector of Wigan
Mary S. L. WINDSOR - CLIVE Sister W F 51 Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire Earl's Daughter
Henrietta L. WINDSOR - CLIVE Niece U F 26 London, Midddlesex Baron's Daughter
Henry Fox BRISTOWE Visitor M M 56 Beesthorpe, Nottinghamshire Vice Chancellor of County Palatine of Lancaster
Selina BRISTOWE Cousin M F 56 Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire Earl's Grand Daughter
Alice M. BRISTOWE Cousin U F 25 London, Middlesex  
Georgina E. BRISTOWE Cousin U F 23 London, Middlesex  
Lucy BEESTON Serv. U F 66 Tissington, Derbyshire Housekeeper
George ALLISON Serv. U M 27 Oswestry, Shropshire Domestic Servant
Thomas ABBERRY Serv. U M 16 Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire Serv. Domestic
Lloyd BREESE Serv. U M 18 Sherrif Hales, Shropshire Serv. Domestic
Mary HUMPAGE Serv. U F 20 Wingeley, Staffordshire Serv. Domestic
Louisa LEEDHAM Serv. U F 19 Blymhill, Staffordshire Serv. Domestic
Selina CLAYTON Serv. U F 14 Blymhill, Staffordshire Serv. Domestic
Clara MOSS Serv. U F 26 Brompton, Middlesex Visitor's Serv. Domestic
Sarah TURNER Serv. U F 28 Little Bartfield, Essex Visitor's Serv. Domestic
Ellen CLEALL Serv. U F 17 Woolwich, Kent Visitor's Serv. Domestic
William KEELEY Serv. U M 20 Hampshire, England Visitor's Serv. Domestic
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3769 / 75 Page Number 25



UK 1891 Census - showing Samuel Boteler BRISTOWE and his wife Albertine BRISTOWE (née LAVIT), their eldest son and daughters at Ennismore Gardens, Westminster, London.

Census 1891    Census Place: 65 Ennismore Gardens, Westminster, London, England
name rel m/s gen age birth place occupation
BRISTOWE Samuel B. Head M M 68 Beesthorpe, Notts. County Court Judge
BRISTOWE Albertine E. E. Wife M F 55 Paris, France  
BRISTOWE Albert W. Son S M 34 London Occupied abroad
BRISTOWE Edith C. Dau. S F 31 London, Mdx Living own means
BRISTOWE Amelia M. Dau. S F 23 London, Mdx Living own means
WOOLLAND Helen Serv. S F 35 Linton, Kent Domestics
FRY Sarah Serv. S F 35 Homechurch, Essex Domestics
MATTHEWS Alice Serv. S F 26 Chint, Surrey Domestics
THOMPSON Susanna Serv. S F 16 Marylebone Domestics
MESKINGS James Serv. S M 18 Bury St. Edmonds Domestics
CLEMENTS Gertrude A. Serv. S F 21 Wickford, Notts. Domestics
Public Records Office Reference RG12/84



UK 1901 Census - showing Albertine BRISTOWE (née LAVIT, widow of Samuel Boteler BRISTOWE), her daughters and youngest sons, along with her niece Georgina GARNETT (dau. of Sir Henry Fox BRISTOWE and Selina BRIDGEMAN), at "Holmesdale" Walton-on-Thames, Surrey.
NOTE: "Holmesdale" was located on Bridgewater Road, opposite the intersecton with St. Georges Road, Weybridge, Surrey.

Census 1901
Census Place: "Holmesdale" 141 Bridgewater Rd, Walton on Thames, Surrey, England
name rel m/s gen age birth place occupation
Albertine BRISTOWE Head Wid. F 65 France
(Brit. Subj.)
Living own means
Edith BRISTOWE Daur. S F 41 London Living own means
Amelia BRISTOWE Daur. S F 33 London Living own means
Charles BRISTOWE Son S M 38 London Clergyman,
Church of Eng.
Frederick BRISTOWE Son S M 34 London Merchant
Georgina GARNETT Visitor M F 42 London  
Mary PALMER Serv. S F 24 Worthing, Surrey Cook, Dom.
Ethel WHALE Serv. S F 19 Marylebone Housemaid, Dom.
Ellen CALCRAFT Serv. S F 21 Milford, Surrey Palourmaid, Dom.
Kate HOPKINS Serv. S F 45 Ashby de la Zouche Ladysmaid, Dom.
Public Records Office Reference RG13/588





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