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Samuel ARDRON V (1842 - 1908)

Father: John Ardron I (1797 - 1868)
Mother: Martha Beighton


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My G-G-G-Great Uncle was born at Killamarsh (DBY) in 1842. (Based on his age + location on 1881 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Chesterfield 19 479 Jun 1842) He was then baptised on 1 May 1842 at Killamarsh. (APR + IGI) (Photo - Killamarsh Parish Church)

On the 1851 Census Samuel was aged 9, a school boy, living with his parents in Killamarsh. (PRO ref HO107 piece 2148 folio 410 pg 15)

1853 Vaccination against small pox is made compulsory
1854-6 Britain fights in the Crimean War
1857-8 The Indian Mutiny (against British Rule)

On the 1861 Census Samuel was aged 19, a coal miner, living with his brother James Ardron II (1828 - 1902) at Albany Row, Albany, Swinton. (PRO ref RG9 piece 3511 folio 57 pg 1)

He married Margaret Cryle on 9 September 1861 at Rotherham Parish Church. He was a miner and his father John was a blacksmith. Her father was Peter Cryle, a glass maker. (GRO cert Dean Ardron + GRO ref Rotherham 9c 526 Sep 1861) (Photo - Rotherham Parish Church)

1870 Primary education is made compulsory

On the 1871 Census (2 April) Samuel was listed as head of household for 4 Station Street, Kilnhurst:
a) Samuel Ardron, head, married, 29, coal miner, Derbyshire Killamarsh
b) Margaret Ardron, wife, married, 27, keeps a small fish shop, Durham Dunsell
c) Hannah Ardron, daughter, 9, scholar, Yorkshire Kilnhurst
d) Charlotte Ardron, daughter, 8, Yorkshire Kilnhurst, cripple from birth
e) George Ardron, son, 6, scholar, Yorkshire Kilnhurst
f) Sarah Ardron, daughter, 5, scholar, Yorkshire Kilnhurst
g) Albert Ardron, son, 1, Yorkshire Kilnhurst
(PRO ref piece 4712 page 64 + Copy)

1872 Secret voting is introduced for elections
1879 Britain fights the Zulu War in South Africa

On the 1881 Census (3 April) he was listed as the head of household for 24 Piccadily Road, Kilnhurst:
a) Samuel Ardron, 39, coal miner, Killamarsh Derby
b) Margaret Ardron, wife, 37, Dunsell Durham
c) Charlotte Ardron, daughter, 18, dressmaker Kilnhurst York
d) George Ardron, son, 16, coal miner, Kilnhurst York
e) Albert Ardron, son, 11, scholar, Kilnhurst York
f) Alice Ardron, daughter, 9, scholar, Kilnhurst York
g) Ada Ardron, daughter, 7, scholar, Swinton York
h) John Ardron, son, 5, scholar, Swinton York
i) Samuel Ardron, son, 3, Swinton York
j) Rueben Ardron, son, 9m, Swinton York
(PRO ref RG11 piece 4683 folio 124 page 27)

Next door lived his nephew, George Ardron II (1854 - 1917).

1884 The Third Reform Act - voting extended to agricultural workers (triples the electorate)

On the 1891 Census (5 April) he was listed as the head of household at Blackamoor Cottages, Rawmarsh (Upper Haugh):
a) Samuel Ardron, head, married, 49, coalminer, Killamarsh Derby
b) Margaret Ardron, wife, married, 48
c) Charlotte Ardron, daughter, single, 28, dressmaker, Kilnhurst
d) George Ardron, son, single, 26, coalminer, Kilnhurst
e) Albert Ardron, son, single, 21, coalminer, Kilnhurst
f) John Ardron, son, single, 15, coalminer, Swinton
g) Samuel Ardron, son, single, 13, carter, Swinton
h) Rueben Ardron, son, single, 10, Swinton
(PRO ref RG12 piece 3852 folio 121 page 16)

1899-1902 Britain fights the Boer War in South Africa

On the 1901 Census (31 March) Samuel was listed as the head of household at 36 Rockingham Road, Swinton:
a) Samuel Ardron, head, married, 59, coalminer, worker, Killamarsh Derby
b) Margaret Ardron, wife, married, 57, Dunston Durham
c) Charlotte Ardron, daur, single, 38, dressmaker, own account working at home, Kilnhurst Yorks
d) George Ardron, son, single, 36, coalminer, worker, Kilnhurst Yorks
e) Samuel Ardron, son, single, 23, coal miner trammer, worker, Swinton Yorks
f) Rueben Ardron, son, single, 20, coal miner trammer, worker, Swinton Yorks
g) Ernest H Rodger, son in law, widower, 25, coal miner, worker, Darfield Yorks [which daughter did he marry and when did she die?]
(PRO ref RG13 piece 4400 folio 178 page 15)

1901 Death of Queen Victoria

He died in 1908 (GRO ref Doncaster 9c 525 Dec 1908 - shown on index as aged 66) and this is confirmed by him being buried in Swinton on 12 December 1908. He was resident at Rowms Lane and was aged 66 years. (APR)

Margaret CRYLE (1844 - 1902)
She was born circa. 1844 at Dunsell, County Durham. (Based on age + location on 1881 Census and age at death)

1881 CENSUS?? AGED 7?

1881 CENSUS?? AGED 17?

Margaret was buried in Swinton on 10 January 1902. She was resident at Wentworth Road and was aged 58 years. (APR) This is confirmed by a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 449 Mar 1902 - aged 58)

SAMUEL AND MARGARET HAD THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN:

1) Hannah Ardron II (1862 -)
My 1st cousin 4 times removed was born in 1862 in Kilnhurst. (Based on age + location on 1871 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 432 Mar 1862)

She was baptised at Kilnhurst on 27 April 1862. (APR)

On the 1871 Census (2 April) Hannah was aged 9, a school girl, living with her parents at 4 Station Street, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref piece 4712 page 64)

1881 CENSUS?? AGED 18?


Did Hannah marry in 1883? (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 940 Dec 1883) She would have been aged 21.


2) Charlotte Ardron II (1863 -)
My 1st cousin 4 times removed was born at Kilnhurst in 1863. (Based on age + location on 1881 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 471 Mar 1863)


She was baptised at Kilnhurst on 24 May 1863. Her parents were Samuel Ardron, a miner and Margaret. (APR)

On the 1871 Census (2 April) Charlotte was aged 8, a cripple from birth, living with her parents at 4 Station Street, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref piece 4712 page 64)

On the 1881 Census (3 April) she was aged 18, a dressmaker, living with her parents at 24 Piccadily Road, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref RG11 piece 4683 folio 124 page 27)

On the 1891 Census (5 April) she was aged 28, a dressmaker, living with her parents at Blackamoor Cottages, Rawmarsh (Upper Haugh). (PRO ref RG12 piece 3852 folio 121 page 16)

On the 1901 Census (31 March) she was aged 38, a dressmaker, living with her parents at 36 Rockingham Road, Swinton. (PRO ref RG13 piece 4400 folio 178 page 15)


Did Charlotte marry in 1902? (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 1302 Dec 1902) She would have been aged 39.


1911 CENSUS?? AGED 48?

3) George Ardron III (1864 -)
My 1st cousin 4 times removed was born at Kilnhurst in 1864. (Based on age + location on 1881 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 510 Jun 1864)

He was baptised at Kilnhurst on 31 July 1864. (APR)

On the 1871 Census (2 April) George was aged 6, a school boy, living with his parents at 4 Station Street, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref piece 4712 page 64)

On the 1881 Census (3 April) he was aged 16, a coal miner, living with his parents at 24 Piccadily Road, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref RG11 piece 4683 folio 124 page 27)

On the 1891 Census (5 April) he was aged 26, a coal miner, living with his parents at Blackamoor Cottages, Rawmarsh (Upper Haugh). (PRO ref RG12 piece 3852 folio 121 page 16)

On the 1901 Census (31 March) he was aged 36, a coal miner, living with his parents at 36 Rockingham Road, Swinton. (PRO ref RG13 piece 4400 folio 178 page 15)

1911 CENSUS?? AGED 46?

4) Sarah Ardron III (1866 -)
My 1st cousin 4 times removed was born in 1866 in Kilnhurst. (Based on age + location on 1871 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 519 Mar 1866)

She was baptised at Kilnhurst on 25 March 1866. (APR)

On the 1871 Census (2 April) Sarah was aged 5, a school girl, living with her parents at 4 Station Street, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref piece 4712 page 64)

On the 1881 Census (3 April) Sarah is shown as working as a domestic servant at the residence of Michael McCormack at 2 Bolton Road, Swinton in Rotherham:
a) Sarah Ardron, servant, 15, domestic servant, Kilnhurst Yorkshire
PRO REF??

1891 CENSUS?? AGED 25?

5) Albert Ardron (1869 - 1911)

6) Alice Ardron I (1871 -)
My 1st cousin 4 times removed was born at Kilnhurst in 1871. (Based on age + location on 1881 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 558 Sep 1871)

She was baptised at Kilnhurst on 29 October 1871. Her parents were Samuel Ardron, a miner and Margaret. (APR)

On the 1881 Census (3 April) she aged 9, a school girl, living with her parents at 24 Piccadily Road, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref RG11 piece 4683 folio 124 page 27)

On the 1891 Census (5 April) Alice is shown living in Bradford as a servant at 15 Springcliffe, Manningham, Bradford:
a) Benjamin J. Hall, head, married, 36, salesman in velvet ...?, employed, Yorkshire Helstonhall(?)
b) Katherine, wife, married, 26, Yorkshire Bradford
c) Lucy K. Hall, daughter, 1, Yorkshire Bradford
d) Alice Ardron, servant, 20, general servant, employed, Yorkshire Rawmarsh
(PRO ref RG12 piece 3633 folio 69 pg 5) 

1901 CENSUS?? AGED 30?

7) Ada Ardron (1873 - 1884)
My 1st cousin 4 times removed was born at Swinton in 1873. (Based on age + location on 1881 Census) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 607 Sep 1873)

She was baptised at Kilnhurst on 30 November 1873. Her father was Samuel Ardron, a miner and her mother was Margaret. (APR)

On the 1881 Census (3 April) she aged 7, a school girl, living with her parents at 24 Piccadily Road, Kilnhurst. (PRO ref RG11 piece 4683 folio 124 page 27)

She died aged 10 and was buried on 27 March 1884 in Kilnhurst. (APR) This agrees with a GRO index entry. (GRO ref Rotherham 9c 384 Mar 1884 - aged 10)

8) John Ardron V (1875 - 1937)

 

9) Samuel Ardron VIII (1877 - 1958)

 

10) Reuben Ardron (1880 - 1937)