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The Whitesmiths Index
A whitesmith, brightsmith or tinsmith works with tin ("white iron").
The word whitesmith can also refer to someone who polishes or finishes metal
as opposed to forging it.


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ALTY Thomas Whitesmith 1826: Thomas Alty, whitesmith. Born 1826 and died 1903. The census for 1851 Ė 1891 list Thomas as a whitesmith in Liverpool. Marriage records to Caroline Scratchard in 1849 listed her father also as a whitesmith. Contact Pamela by
ANDERSON Alexander Whitesmith-Tin man & Brazier 1851: Alexander Anderson 40yrs, living at Jews Lane Gallaghers Lodging House, Kings Lynn,Norfolk. Born: Glascow-Scotland. Married. See census 1851 for several lodgers. No other details listed.
ANDREWS Thomas Whitesmith 1792: Thomas Andrews, of Southampton, Hampshire. See Wheelwrights Index for Edward & William Andrews.
ANDREWS Thomas Whitesmith-tin man 1851: Thomas Andrews, tin man & sweep. Living 58 Lady Nobel? Street, New Town Batten, Wiltshire; aged 39yrs; wife Elizabeth 37yrs. Children: Sarah 16yrs (dressmaker), William 12yrs (sweep), Mary 9yrs, Henery 7yrs, Elizabeth 4yrs, Eliza ?10months infant. ?Lodger: Thomas Webb, 25yrs, unmarried, ag.labourer. Mentioned in the the 1848 Directory for Bradford on Avon. I have no other information.
ARCHER John Whitesmith 1784: John Archer, of Porter's Lane, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
ARNOT John Whitesmith 1841: John Arnot 75yrs, 13 Allan Street in Canongate St.Cuthberts MLN. Wife: ?Janet(unsure) 60yrs.
ARNOT Robert Whitesmith-Journeyman Tinsmith 1841: Robert Arnot 30yrs, 97 Rose Street,---. Born: SCT MLN Cannongate St. George. Wife: ?Ann 23yrs(unsure).
ARNOT William Whitesmith - Apprentice Tinsmith 1841: William Arnot 15yrs, 33 St.Andrew Street, Leith Sth. Born: MLN. Mother: Margaret,45yrs,widow.
ARNOTT Robert Whitesmith-Tinsmith 1851: Robert Arnott 41yrs, 9 St.Andrews Street, Aberdeen West ABD. Born: ANS Brechin. Wife: Ann 30yrs born Aberdeen.
ARTHUR E. Whitesmith 1792: E. Arthur of Fareham, Hampshire. See Wheelwrights Index for John Arthur.
ASHDOWN Lewis Whitesmith,Blacksmith 1834: Lewis Ashdown, blacksmith, whitesmith. Born 1834 in Hythe, Kent, England. The 1841 UK census lists Lewis as 8yrs old, living in Chapel Street, Hythe with his grandparents William Ashdown 56yrs (blacksmith) and Susan 60yrs. Also listed is Susan Ashdown 25yrs and Mary Ann Ashdown 20yrs. In 1851 Lewis is 17yrs, a whitesmith still living with grandparents William 66yrs and Susan 70yrs. Jump to 1891 and Lewis is 57yrs, blacksmith, living at 38 Alexandra Street, Folkestone, Kent; with wife Mary Elizabeth (nee Hopper) 49yrs (born Ewell Kent). Children: Alfred 18yrs; Edward 16yrs; Ernest 11yrs; Bertha 9yrs; Annie 5yrs. See also, Whitesmiths Index. Contact Christine by.
ASHDOWN William Whitesmith,Blacksmith 1785: William Ashdown, blacksmith, whitesmith. Born about 1785, Westfield Sussex, England. The 1841 UK census lists William as 56yrs, a whitesmith; with wife Susan 60yrs (born Hastings, Kent). Living with them is daughters Susannah Ashdown 25yrs and Mary Ann Ashdown 20yrs and grandson Lewis Ashdown 8yrs. In 1851 William is 66yrs and Susan 70yrs still in Hythe. Grandson Lewis is 17yrs (whitesmith) is the only family members listed. IN 1961 William 76yrs still working as a blacksmith and wife Susan is 80yrs. Grandson Lewis still with them aged 27yrs, unmarried (blacksmith). See also, Whitesmiths Index. Contact Christine by.
ATKINS Joseph Whitesmith(buckle maker) 1775: Joseph Atkins, buckle maker. No:1, Tucker Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
BAILHACHE Clement Whitesmith 1806: Clement Bailhache, whitesmith. Born about 1806,St.Hillier, Jersey, Channel Isles. The 1861 census lists him as 55yrs, married (no wife listed) living at Susanna Cottage, ?Ann Street, St.Hillier. Daughter Susanna Bailhache 29yrs, fund holder.
BAIN John Tinsmith,Blacksmith 1791: John Bain, tinsmith, blacksmith. Born about 1791 in Lanarkshire Scotland. Married 13 November 1818 in Glasgow to Agnes Blackwood (Born about 1796 in Alloa Scotland) . John and Agnes had at least 3 children all born in Glasgow (Andrew Born 8 September 181;. Agnes born about 1826 ;Jane also born about 1826. John is my 3x great grandfather. Listed in both Blacksmiths of Scotalnd and Whitesmiths Indexes. Contact Diana by
BALDWIN Elizabeth Whitesmith 1784: Elizabeth Baldwin of Andover, Hampshire. No other details given.
BARFOOT William Whitesmith, Blacksmith & Bell Hanger 1831: William Barfott born circa 1831 in Pimlico, London. Parents: Harry Barfoot & Mary Ann (nee Avis). The 1851 census shows William living with his mother and brother in Kensington. 19-year-old William is shown as whitesmith journeyman. He is still shown as 'whitesmith journeyman' on the birth certificate of his son, William Joseph (born October 1858), but is a bell-hanger journeyman; by October 1860 at birth of son Harry John. Appears as bell hanger; on 1861 census. Shown as gas fitter; at death of daughter Etna, November 1865, but shown as blacksmith journeyman; at date of death of daughter Emma just three weeks later (December 1865)! Back to bell hanger; by date of second marriage, 28 Feb 1870, and also shown as bell hanger on 1871 census. I have not got a definite record on William's death, but the most likely is of a William who died in September 1910 and the death certificate shows him as 'formerly whitesmith of St. Margaret, Westminster'. To share information contact Jackie by.
BARTLETT Henry Whitesmith 1841: Henry Bartlett 30yrs, 6 Moon Lane, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Wife: Sarah 30yrs born DEV.
BAWDEN Richard Whitesmith - Tin Plate Worker 1841: Richard Bawden 40yrs, Batter Street, ---.Plymouth. Parish of St Charles the Martyr. Born: Dev. Wife: Mary 40yrs born DEV.
BENNETT Joseph Whitesmith 1792: Joseph Bennett of Christchurch, Hampshire. No other details given.
BENNETT William Whitesmith 1841: William Bennett 60yrs, Norley Street,Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Wife: Gertrude 50yrs.
BERRY William Whitesmith -Tin man 1841: William Berry 30yrs,Stillman Street,---.Plymouth Parish of St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Wife (?unclear) with Eliza 20yrs born DEV & 3 children.
BIGGINS Charles Whitesmith - Tinsmith, Brazier 1841: Charles Biggins. Silver St. Durham city Charles 32 tinner & brazier & wife Agnes 31: 1851 Census 12a Silver St. Durham Charles Biggins 41 widower tinner & brazier. 1834 Pigots Directory as tinner. Contact Judith at.
BILLINGHAM Joseph Whitesmith,Blacksmith,Cutler 1854: Joseph Billingham, blacksmith, whitesmith, cutler. Born about 1854 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. The 1871 UK census lists him as 17yrs, a whitesmith, living at ?Cottage 10,House 3, Floodgate, Birmingham; with mother Charlotte, 48yrs, charwoman. In 1881 he was a metal worker/spoon forger, living at 34 Milk Street, Birmingham; with wife Eliza 27yrs. Children: Samuel 5yrs; Annie 3yrs; Albert 10mths infant and his mother Charlotte 59yrs,widow. In 1891 he was working as a Blacksmith still living in Milk Street. Joseph is listed in the Blacksmiths of Warwickshire, Cutlers & Whitesmiths Indexes. Contact Hazel by.
BIRD Mark Whitesmith 1809: Mark Bird, Whitesmith. Born: Plymouth 1809. Son of John & Esther. Smith. Father of Louisa Damellwick Bird bapt 1832, probably with mother (married) Betsy Damellwick. Went Jersey, married Elizabeth and had three children. Very keen to learn more! Contact Pat by.
BISSELL Alfred Whitesmith,Engineer 1888: Alfred Bissell (1888-1963), whitesmith, Engineer. Born in Leamington, Warwickshire. Parents: Edward Henry Bissell and Emily Timms. Unmarried. Worked in the family business with his two brothers later involving smithing, cycle and motor car maintenance. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Arthur Whitesmith 1847: Arthur Bissell, whitesmith. Born: 1847 in Leamington, Warwickshire. Died: 1925. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Clementina Ellard. Married Elizabeth Hancox at Leamington Priors (now Spa) in 1872. Five known children. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Edward Harry Whitesmith,Engineer 1883: Edward Harry Bissell (1883-1938), whitesmith, Engineer. Born in Leamington, Warwickshire. Parents: Edward Henry Bissell and Emily Timms. Married Kitty ? in later in London. Worked in the family business for a while and then relocated to London, forming his own engineering firm. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Edward Henry Whitesmith, Locksmith & Bellhanger 1849: Edward Henry Bissell, whitesmith, Locksmith and Bell Hanger. Born: 1849 in Leamington, Warwickshire. Died: 1909. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Clementina Ellard. Married Emily Timms at Leamington Priors (now Spa) in 1874. Six known children. Hardware and Bicycle shop started in Warwick Street, Leamington, alongside the smithing business. Shop known as "Bissell Bicycles" . Listed in both the Whitesmith Index & the Locksmiths Index. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL James Whitesmith 1879: James Bissell, whitesmith. Born: 1879 in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. Died: unknown. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Emma Sergeant. Married to Amy Broderick in 1910 in Leamington. Two known children. Contact Ruth by.
BISSELL James Whitesmith 1855: James Bissell, whitesmith. Born: 1855 in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Died: unknown. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Clementina Ellard. Married to Ann Butler in Coventry in 1878. Two children - Edgar and Albert. Emigrated to Hokotika, New Zealand after 1881. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Samuel Whitesmith 1809: Samuel Bissell, whitesmith, Locksmith and Bell Hanger. Born: 1809 in Warwick . Died: 1875. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Sarah Burbidge. Married Clementina Ellard at Leamington Priors (now Spa) in 1832. Eleven children by Clementina. Remarried to Elizabeth Olds in 1871. Family forge and foundry in Park Street, Leamington. Listed in both the Whitesmith Index & the Locksmiths Index. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Samuel Whitesmith 1775: Samuel Bissell, whitesmith. Born: 1775 t Loxley, Warwickshire. Died: 1811 . Parents: John Bissell and Mary Tims. Married Sarah Burbidge at Warwick in 1797. Six known children. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Samuel Whitesmith & Fitter 1875: Samuel Bissell, whitesmith and Fitter. Born: 1875 at Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. Died: 1954. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Emma Sergeant. Married Mary Ann McDonough in Warwick in 1909. Three known children. Worked at Warwick Castle, with his brother William. Drove the electric launch boat on the River Avon, sometimes taking King Edward VII and Daisy, Countess of Warwick on their outings together!!! Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL Samuel Whitesmith, Locksmith & Bellhanger 1842: Samuel Bissell, whitesmith, Locksmith and Bell Hanger. Born: 1842 in Leamingto, Warwickshire. Died: 1911. Parents: Samuel Bissell and Clementina Ellard. Married Emma Sergeant at Leamington Priors (now Spa), in 1868. Nine known children. Listed in both the Whitesmith Index & the Locksmiths Index. Contact Ruth by .
BISSELL William Ernest Whitesmith, Locksmith, Mechanic 1878: William Ernest Bissell, whitesmith, Locksmith, Engineer, Fitter, Mechanic. Born 1878 in Leamington, Warwickshire. Died: 1972. Parents: Edward Henry Bissell and Emily Timms. Married Mabel Harriett Sewell in 1909 in Milverton, Leamington. Had five children. Worked in the family business with his two brothers later involving smithing, cycle and motor car maintenance. Listed in both the Whitesmith Index & the Locksmiths Index. Contact Ruth by .
BOARD Charles Whitesmith - Tin Plate Worker 1835: Charles Board, tinman. Born about 1835 in Carrisbrook, Isle of Wight. The 1851 UK census lists him as 16yrs, at 26 Coppins Bridge, Whippingham, Isle of Wight; with widowed aunt Mary. A. Pedder 45yrs and her niece Fanny Dore 20yrs.
BOLTZ Paul Whitesmith - Tin Plate Worker 1851: Paul Boltz 42yrs, Georges Square, East Dereham, Norfolk. Born: Norwich-Norfolk. wife: Mary 48yrs born Dereham-Norfolk. Daughter: Mary 11yrs. Visitor: Sarah BOltz 51yrs Aunt to above.
BOOKER John Whitesmith,Tinman & Brazier 1851: John Booker 46yrs,Cross Street, Penkhull. Born: Market Drayton-Shropshire. Wife: Mary 46yrs born Market Drayton.
BOOKER Jos. Whitesmith,Tinman & Brazier 1851: Jos.Booker 16yrs, Cross Street, Penkhull. Born: Market Drayton-Shropshire.
BOON Nicholas Whitesmith -Tin man 1841: Nicholas Boon 18yrs, 13 Looe Street,---. Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV.
BOWKER John Whitesmith,Tinplater, Brazier-Master 1861: John Bowker 58yrs, Cross Street, Penkhull. Born: Market Drayton-Shropshire. Wife: Mary 56yrs born Market Drayton. 1871: 71yrs Tinplate worker. Mary 65yrs.
BRIGGS George Whitesmith - Tin Plate worker 1841: George Briggs 30yrs, 20 How Street,---. Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Wife: Mary Ann 35yrs born DEV.
BRIGGS John Whitesmith - Tin Plate worker 1841: John Briggs 65yrs, 20 How Street,---. Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Wife: Elizabeth 58yrs born DEV.
BRIGHT Thomas Whitesmith, Sieve Maker 1801: Thomas Bright, sieve maker. Born about 1801, Dolton, Devon. The 1841 UK census lists him as 40yrs, living in Lashingcott St, Alverdiscott, Devon; with wife Mary 40yrs. Children: Charles 10yrs; Mary Ann 8yrs; Samuel 4yrs; Elizabeth 1yr. In 1851 Thomas is 50yrs, at Mathews Mills, Alverdiscott; Mary 51yrs. Children: Thomas 25yrs; Mary 19yrs; Elizabeth 12yrs, John 9yrs. 1961: Thomas 62yrs; Mary 62; John 19yrs.
BROADWAY John Whitesmith - Tin Plate Worker 1775: John Broadway, tin plate worker. No: 3, Thomas Street, Temple, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
BROOKS Thomas Whitesmith 1851: Thomas Brooks 23yrs, Brooks Buildings, Norwich. Born: Yarmouth-NFK. See Blacksmiths Index for parents John & Mary.
BROWN John Whitesmith & Ironmonger 1775: John Brown, brightsmith & ironmonger. No: 11, Clare Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
CARYL Benjamin Whitesmith-Tin Plate worker 1851: Benjamin Caryl living at 21 Radcliffe Terrace. Born: 1801 Exeter-DEV. Wife: Eliz.Caryl born at St.Luke Old Street Middlesex.
CARYL William Whitesmith-Tin man 1845: William Caryl born at Bramfrod Speke-DEV(1845). Tin man at Mill Street Ottery,St.Marys-DEV. See Watchmakers, Brass workers,Farriers,Blacksmiths & Ironworkers Indexes for relatives.
CARYL William Whitesmith-Tin man 1847: William Caryl born at Bramford Speke-DEV(1847). Tinplate worker Rouses Court,Exeter St.Paul-DEV. 1891: Tinman at Longpark Street, St.Sidwell, Exeter-DEV. Wife: Fanny. See Shipwrights, Watchmakers,Brass workers,Farriers,Blacksmiths & Ironworkers Indexes for relatives.
CHAPMAN Thomas Whitesmith-Tin Plate worker 1844: Thomas Chapman, tin plate worker. Born about 1844 in Launceston Cornwall. See Blacksmiths of Cornwall for parents William & Harriet plus siblings Fanny, Emma & Elizabeth. Contact David by
CHARLEY William Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1851: William Charley 31yrs, High Street, Totnes. Born: Dartmouth-DEV. Wife: Grace 31yrs born Slapton-DEV.
CLARK Frederick Whitesmith(Master) 1928: Frederick Clark, Whitesmith; in 1928 in Birmingham, and according to his daughter's birth certificate and my great-aunt"s death certificate in 1986, has him as a Master Whitesmith. To share information contact great-niece Sue by
COCKS Christopher Whitesmith 1775: Christopher Cocks, brightsnith. No: 4, Milk Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
COMBES Wm. Whitesmith(tin plate,coffin plate) 1775: Wm. Combes, tin plate worker & coffin plate chaser. No: 72, Castle Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
COMPTON John Whitesmith & Gunsmith 1784: John Compton. During 1784 & 1792 he was at High Street, Winchester, Hampshire.
COX Christopher Whitesmith 1775: Christopher Cox, brightsmith. No: 2, Bars (sic) Lane, now Barrs Street, Bristol, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
CROSBY Robt. Whitesmith 1775: Robert Crosby, buckle make & victualler. No: 5, Maudlin Street, now Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
CRUP Richard Whitesmith-Tin Plate worker 1775: Richard Crup, tin plate worker. No: 20, Clare Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
CUNNINGHAM James Whitesmith 1775: James Cunningham, tin plate worker. No: 14, Redcliffe Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
CURLE Robert Whitesmith - Apprentice 1841: Robert Curle 18yrs, Gibbons Lane, Plymouth Parish St.Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Mother: Esther 50yrs.
CUSHION John Whitesmith & Brazier 1784: John Cushion, of High Street, Southampton, Hampshire.
DAN (DANN) George Whitesmith,Blacksmith 1821: Dan(Dann) George, blacksmith, whitesmith. Born about 1821,?Kent. The 1841 UK census lists George as 20yrs, living at No.1, North Place, Clerkenwell, Middlesex; with wife Elizabeth 20yrs (born Loose, Kent). Children Listed: George 2yrs; James 7monhs infant. In the 1851 census George is not listed with family. Elizabeth is 34yrs (whitesmiths wife) is at Loose Road with children: George. W. 12yrs; James.T. 10yrs; Elizabeth 8yrs; John 6yrs; Sheriff 11mths infant boy. Georgeís daughter Elizabeth Dan married Orlando Buzzard on April 5th 1861 in the parish of St Martins, Leicester. Their marriage certificate identifies that George Dan was at that time the Blacksmith at Kibworth Beauchamp in Leicestershire. Listed in Blacksmiths Middlesex and Leicestershire + the Whitesmiths Index. possibility George Dann 34yrs (born Kent) lodging at 105 Archway Court, Wandsworth. See census 1851 for Wandsworth, Surrey, District 15, image 31. I think George must have died between 1851 and 1861. Contact Sarah by
DANN William (Jnr) Whitesmith,Tin Plate Worker 1841: William Dann (Jnr), whitesmith, tin smith. Born about 1810, Plymouth,Devon, England. The 1841 UK census lists William (Jnr) as 30yrs, living at 30yrs, Higher Street, Plymouth with wife Elizabeth 25yrs (Born Plymouth). Children: Eliza 3yrs; Ellen 1yr infant. In 1851 William is 41yrs, widower. Children: Eliza Dann 13yrs; Ellen Dann 11yrs; Louisa Dann 9yrs; Jane Dan 7yrs. They are living with Williams parents William (Snr) & Elizabeth (see Whitesmiths Index).
DANN William (Snr) Whitesmith,Tin Plate Worker 1779: William Dann (Snr), whitesmith, tin plate worker. Born about 1779, Plymouth,Devon,England. The 1841 UK census lists William as 60yrs, at Higher Street, Plymouth with wife Elizabeth 55yrs. Children present: George 25yrs; Richard 15yrs. The 1851 UK census lists William as 72yrs. at 1 Higher Street, Plymouth; with wife: Elizabeth 69yrs (born Plymouth). Children: Richard 26yrs (unmarried); William (Jnr) 41yrs, widower (see Whitesmiths Index). Grandchildren: Eliza Dann 13yrs; Ellen Dann 11yrs; Louisa Dann 9yrs; Jane Dan 7yrs (Williamís children).
DARRAN Joseph (Jnr) Whitesmith 1822: Joseph Darran (Jnr). Gunsmith, armourer. military. Born about 1822, Chatham, Kent. The 1891 UK Census lists him as 69yrs, living at Rainham, Kent with wife Mary. A. 65yrs and son Alfred.G. Darren, 24yrs (coach builder). Joseph (Jnr) joined the 40th foot in 1840 as armourer sergeant. He was discharged 1862 and was gun maker in Essex (see 1871 census). In 1876 became an armourer in Chatham Kent for ten years and gave 32 years service as armourer to army. He later worked as a gunsmith, until his death 1899. Listed in the Gunsmiths and the Military Indexes. Contact Paul by
DARRAN Joseph (Snr) Whitesmith 1784: Joseph Darran (Snr), whitesmith, gunsmith. Born 1784, Lancaster. Joseph joined the marines 1811 as a whitesmith became armourer in marines and in 1847 after 35 years became a gunmaker in Chatham Kent. Listed in the Whitesmiths Index, the Gunsmiths and the Military Indexes. Contact Paul by
DAVIS James Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1800: James Davis, blacksmith, whitesmith. Born 1800 in Barton Stacey, Hampshire, England. James died 23rd March 1878 in Barton Stacey, Hampshire. In 1841 census, a Whitesmith at Barton Stacey. The 1871 census shows him as a Blacksmith at Barton Stacey. His father was William Davis(1770-1823)a blacksmith at Barton Stacey. James is listed on both the Blacksmiths of Hampshire and the Whitesmiths Indexe. Contact John by
DAY Cephas Whitesmith, Blacksmith 1821: Cephas Day, blacksmith, whitesmith. Born about 1821, Exeter, Devon, England. The 1841 UK census lists as 20yrs, living in St.Stephans Street, in the Close of St.Peters Cathedral, Devon; with wife Jemima 20yrs (born Exeter) and daughter Matilda 5months infant. In 1851 Cephas is 33yrs, living at park Cottages, Islington, Middlesex. Jemima is 32yrs. Children: Matilda.W. 10yrs; Jemima 4yrs; Emma.M. 2yrs. Cephas is listed in the Blacksmiths of Devon & Middlesex and in the Whitesmiths Index.
DAY William Whitesmith 1784: William Day. 1784 & 1792 at Rumsey (Romsey), Hampshire.
DE MOUILPIED Daniel Whitesmith 1837: Daniel De Mouilpied, whitesmith. Born about 1837 in St. Martin, Guernsey. The 1861 census lists him as 24yrs, at Fosse Fontaine, St. Martin, Guernsey; single; Living with parents, Peter & Mary.
DEAN Giles Whitesmith & Bell Hanger 1812: Giles Dean, whitesmith & Bell Hanger. Born about 1812,Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire, England. The 1851 UK census lists him as 39yrs, living in 26 Commercial Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Wife: Hannah 38yrs. Children: Giles Dean12yrs, Edwin Dean 8yrs, Henry Dean 10yrs, William Dean 7yrs,Alice Dean 5yrs, Rosina Dean 1yr. Nephew: Henry Orpin 14yrs (a Brightsmith Ė listed in the Whitesmiths Index). Contact Lorraine by.
DENSLOW John (Snr) Whitesmith,Blacksmith 1813: John Denslow, blacksmiths & whitesmith. Born about 1813,in Membury, Devon, England. Died 1894. The 1841 UK census lists him as 25yrs, lodging with blacksmith Christopher Type and family at Charmont Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset. 1851: John Denslow (Snr) was a Mechanic at Flax Mills, Greenham, Crewkerne; wife Mary (nee Type)33yrs. Children: Catherine 8yrs; Elizabeth 7yrs; John 2yrs. Lodger: John Stanton 29yrs,widower (mill foreman). 1861: John 49yrs, a widower, and is now a blacksmith, at Membury, Devon with his daughter Elizabeth Caddy nee Type, 17yrs (flax reeler); sons John (Jnr) 12yrs and William 6yrs. John is listed in Blacksmiths of Dorset and Devon and the Whitesmiths Indexes. His son John (Jnr) moved to london and was a coachmaker. Contact Debbie by
DICKIE George Whitesmith 1851: George Dickie, whitesmith. Born about 1818 in Aberdeen, Scotland. The 1851 census lists him as 33yrs, living at North Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Wife: Elizabeth 30yrs born Beccles, Suffolk.
DISTIN William Whitesmith - Tinman - Apprentice 1841: William Distin 17yrs, Meek (or Week) Street, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Father: William 68yrs.
DOWNE Robert Whitesmith 1791: Robert Downe, brightsmith, gun maker, clock maker. Born about 1791 in Bideford, Devon, England. The 1841 UK Census lists him as 50yrs, a brightsmith living in High Street, Bideford with wife Ann 45yrs. Children: Elizabeth 13yrs; Ella 9yrs; Henry 8yrs. Robert worked all his life on the High Street in Bideford. Genuki-Bideford shows him on two trade directories. Clock and watch maker 1830. Clock maker and gun maker 1857. Death cert shows he was a Master gunsmith, info given by a non-relative. If at Robert's death he was in business as a master gunsmith, surely this would mean he had to apprentice? Or would he just have been someone who repaired guns, which would not necessitate a license or apprenticeship? He is listed in the Brightsmith, Clockmaker & Gunsmith Indexes To share information please contact Pamela by
DYER Peter Whitesmith 1775: Peter Dyer, brightsmith. No: 43, Lewinís Mead, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
ELLARD Henry Whitesmith, Blacksmith & Locksmith 1861: Henry Ellard was an apprentice Locksmith in Willenhall Staffordshire in 1861and a white smith still in Willenhall in 1891 between these dates he was a Stamper and pieser. Listed in Blacksmiths of Staffordshire, Whitesmiths & Locksmiths Indexes. Contact Hazel by.
ELLES Nicholas Whitesmith 1775: Nicholas Elles, brightsmith. No: 21 ,Milk Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
ELLIS John Whitesmith - Glazier 1798: John Ellis, born 1798 in Sandford, Devon was a glazier in the 1851 census, as was his eldest son William. The family moved to Cardiff around 1880 where John became a house painter and William a postman. Maybe the glazing business in Cardiff was closed to outsiders. Contact Jeff by .
EUSTACE /EUSTICE John Whitesmith - Tinsmith 1830: John Eustace was born at Crowan, Cornwall in 1830 and as was his father became a tinsmith. In the 1861 census of Helston, Cornwall he is described as an "Engineer in a Tin Mine". He married Catherine Hodge from Cork, Ireland at St. Austell in 1855 and on 17 February 1862 they along with their children John, Ann and Catherine sailed on the "Black Swan" from Plymouth, Devon for a new life in New Zealand. The "Black Swan" arrived at Port Chalmers on 5 June 1862 after 107 days at sea. See Link on HomePage "Stories from the Past" for his invention/patent and URL. Contact Barry on.
EVERITT James Whitesmith 1851: James Everitt 22yrs, a Whitesmith living at Tombland Kerrisons Court, ---, Norwich, Norfolk. Born: St. Peter Par Mountergate-Norwich, Norfolk. Mother: Sarah 48yrs widow. Siblings: John 19yrs, Elizabeth 16yrs, William 14yrs, Henry 12yrs, Alice 10yrs, Robert 3yrs. Lodger: Bailey Birds 21yrs (blacksmith).
FARO William Whitesmith,Iron Worker 1811: William Faro, whitesmith, ironmonger journeyman. . Born 1811 in Chichester, Sussex, England and died in 1871 in Fareham Hampshire. 1872 daughters marriage described as Whitesmith. Death certificate 1871 described as Ironmonger journeyman. Listed on both the Whitesmiths and the Iron Workers Index. Contact Stephen by
FEACHHAM John & Sons Whitesmiths 1792: John (& Sons) Feachham of Winchester, Hampshire.
FINCH Francis Whitesmith 1834: Francis Finch, a whitesmith. Convicted of stealing copper at Norwich Norfolk, England 1834 & transported to Port Jackson on the ship "Mary Anne 2" in 1835. Common law marriage 1841 and set up as a blacksmith at Parramatta NSW. He†died 1863 and is buried at All Saints Cemetery Parramatta. To share information, contact Joe by
FORD Henry Whitesmith -Tinsmith 1826: Henry Ford was born 1826 Ottery St Mary Devon. 1851 census shows him living in Stalbridge Dorse, occupation Tinsmith. Contact great grand-daughter Jennifer by.
FRANKLAND Robert Brazier 1851: Robert Frankland 42yrs, Cawston Road,Aylsham,Norfolk. Born: Repham-NFK. Visiting William & Elizabeth Butler (blacksmiths).
FRANKLIN Charles Whitesmith & Bellhanger 1834: Charles Franklin was born about 1834, Gloucester,UK. 1861 census: a Locksmith & Bellhanger,27yrs living at 39 Church Street,Saint Ebbe,Oxford,UK. Wife: Susan Franklin 18yrs born Little Coxwell,Berkshire. Daughter: Sarah Ann Franklin one month infant,born Oxford. The 1871 census lists him as a Whitesmith;living at King Street, Oxford Saint Peter in the East with second wife Ann.S. 25yrs born Oxford. See Blacksmiths of Oxford Index for father Gideon Franklin. For further information contact Ann by
FRANKLIN George Whitesmith 1775: George Franklin, brightsmith. No: 7, Back Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
FRASER James Whitesmith-Tinman 1851: James Fraser, tinner (makes tinware). Born: Stirlingshire Polmont. Aged 17yrs, living in Stane, Cambusnethan. Nephew of George Lowe (tinner) 39yrs & Marget 44yrs
FRY Samuel Whitesmith-Tin Plate worker 1735: Samuel Fry, at Castle, Bristol, Gloucestershire.
GOLDSMITH Jesse Whitesmith,Blacksmith 1788: Jesse Goldsmith, blacksmith and whitesmith. Born 1788, in Rotherfield, Sussex. Married Mary Ann (born Westminster). The 1851 census shows Jesse, a blacksmith, living in Pewsham,Wiltshire. In 1861 Jesse is listed as a whitesmith, living in Lacock, Wiltshire. Listed in Balcksmiths of Wiltshire and Whitesmiths Indexes. Contact Geoff by
GOULD George Whitesmith(Brightsmith) & Blacksmith 1826: George Gould born 1826 in Bedminster, Bristol was a blacksmith in 1851 and a brightsmith in 1861. His father had been a solderer, part of the whitesmith trade. His brother William was also a whitesmith and eventually got a job with Brown Lennox in Pontypridd, Glam. His first assignment was to install gas in Lennox's house. In those days gas piping was quarter inch lead tubing, lead being another aspect of the whitesmith's trade. Later, William was listed in the census as a plumber. George is listed in the Blacksmiths of Somerset and the Whitesmiths Index. Contact Jeff by.
GOULD Richard Whitesmith - Tin Man 1821: Richard Gould, whitesmith/tinman. Born 1821, in Devon. The 1841 UK census lists him as 21yrs living with his family at Gloucester Street, Devonport; See Shipwrights Index for parents & siblings. Contact Richard by.
GREEN John Richard Whitesmith 1830: John Richard Green, whitesmith. Born about 1830, St. Saviours, Jersey, Channel Isles. The 1861 census lists him as 31yrs, living at No:3, St.Saviours Court, Jersey. Wife: Emma 30yrs.Daughter: Emma Jane Green 10 mths infant. Sister-in-law: Eliza Antele(surname unclear) 13yrs.
GREENGRASS Robert Whitesmith 1801: Robert Greengrass, whitesmith. Born 1801 in Shoreditch, London and died in 1867 in Hull, Yorkshire. He was recorded as a Whitesmith in the 1841 to 1861 UK censuses in St Andrews-the-Less, Cambridge shire. Contact Ron by
GREGORY John Whitesmith-Tin Plate Worker 1841: John Gregory 40yrs, Jubillee Street, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV.
GRIBBLE John Whitesmith 1826: John Gribble, whitesmith. Born about 1826 in Barnstaple, Devon, The 1841 UK census lists him as 15yrs, apprentice smith living at Salem Street, Barnstaple, Devon with his mother Elizabeth Gribble 35yrs (born Atherington, Devon) independent. Siblings: Charles 12yrs; James 10yrs; Elizabeth 8yrs; Joseph 5yrs. In 1851 John is 24yrs, unmarried, a whitesmith with his mother Elizabeth Gribble 48yrs (widow); brother Joseph 15yrs(scholar). They are living with Johnís uncle Charles Gribble (master tailor) and his family in back Lane, Barnstaple. Also listed are lodgers Richard The 1871 census lists John 43yrs, married, is a shipís smith; his mother Elizabeth 69yrs, living at Trinity Street, Barnstaple. No others listed at this address.
GRIBBLE Joseph Whitesmith 1821: Joseph Gribble, whitesmith. Born about 1821, Crediton, Devon. The 1841 UK census lists him as 20yrs, living at Martinís Lane, Crediton. Parents: John Gribble 60yrs (serge weaver), Mary 65yrs. Siblings: John 20yrs (shoemaker apprentice); Also listed: Jane Andrews 5yrs.
GRIBBLE Samuel Whitesmith 1821: Samuel Gribble, whitesmith. Born about 1821, Crediton, Devon. The 1841 UK census lists him as 20yrs, living at Martinís Lane, Crediton; with first wife Mary 20yrs (born Crediton) and son Herman 1yr infant. 1851 Samuel is 30yrs, at 40 High Street, Crediton; with second wife Susan 35yrs. Children: Herman 11yrs (apprentice whitesmith); Emma 8yrs; Ann 9yrs(?step daughter); Maria 5yrs(?step daughter).
GRIFFIN William Whitesmith 1851: William Griffin 44yrs, Ptnt pauper. Born:Portsmouth,---.1-Devon County Lunatic Asylum, St Thomas,Exminster,Devonshire.
GRIFFITHS William Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1786: William Griffiths, blacksmith & ?whitesmith. Born about 1786 in the parish of St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales. He is listed on the 1841 census as a blacksmith and in the 1851 census as a whitesmith. His daughter Sarah (my ggg-grandmother) listed him on her marriage certificate in 1850 as a blacksmith. As well, he is listed as a whitesmith for Sarah's baptism. Listed in both Blacksmiths of Wales & Whitesmiths Indexes. Contact gggg-son Shayne by
GRIFFITHS William Whitesmith(Brightsmith) & Blacksmith 1775: Wm. Griffiths, brightsmith. No: 67, Key, now Quay, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
GUNBY John Whitesmith, Blacksmith(Master), Shoeing smith. 1814: John Gunby, born 1814 at Normanton on Trent, Nottinghamshire,UK. Died: 1861 Newark, Nottinghamshire. Parents: William Gunby & Elizabeth Loughton Gunby of Normanton on Trent. See U.K. Census 1841, 1851. Resided Hawton Rd. Newark worked as whitesmith, blacksmith. Wife: Sarah nee Mitchell. See Whitesmiths & Farriers Index. See Blacksmiths of Nottinghamshire for son John(1844-1899). Contact Lyz by.
GUNBY John Blacksmith, Whitesmith 1844: John Gunby, born 1844 Newark Nottinghamshire,UK. Died: circa 1899 Yorkshire. Wife:Sarah Beeston of Blyth Nottinghamshire,U.K. Listed in U.K. Census 1861,1871 working as blacksmith, whitesmith at Beaumond Rd., Newark. 1881:at Balby Cum Hexworth,Yorkshire. 1891:a blacksmiths at Cudworth Yorkshire. Also listed in Whitesmiths Index. Other Gunbys can be found if the Farriers Index, Whitesmiths Index & Blacksmiths of Yorkshire + Derbyshire + Nottinghamshire Indexes. Contact Lyz by.
GUY Esau Whitesmith 1775: Esau Guy, tin plate worker. No: 8, Back Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
GWYNN Rowland Whitesmith(Brightsmith) 1775: Rowland Gwynn, brightsmith. No: 11, Thomas Street, Temple, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
HAINES Nath. Whitesmith(buckle maker) 1775: Nath. Haines, buckle maker. No: 41, West Street, top of Old Market, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
HALL Richard Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1792: Richard Hall of Basinstoke, Hampshire.
HARWOOD John Whitesmith 1841: John Harwood 35yrs, 11 Moon Street, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: unknown. Wife: ?Mary 25yrs.
HAWKIN Silas Whitesmith - Tin Plate worker 1841: Silas Hawkin 15yrs, Meek (or Week) Street, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Parents: Stephen & Elizabeth.
HILL Bryan Whitesmith 1872: Bryan Hill of Nottingham. 1881 Census.
HOLLOWAY George Whitesmith 1871: George Holloway 26yrs, Odiham Road, Heckfield, Hampshire. Born: Heckfield. Father: Henry. Worked: for the Duke of Wellington on his Stratfield Estate, HANTS.
HOLLOWAY Henry Whitesmith 1871: Henry Holloway 57yrs, Odiham Road, Heckfield, Hampshire. Born: Heckfield. Worked: for the Duke of Wellington on his Stratfield Estate, HANTS.
HOPKINS Joseph Whitesmith 1800's: Joseph Hopkins was a worker in tin utensils for dairies. Convicted and transported. For full story see 'Interesting Stories' LINK on Home Page. Also listed in the Fingersmiths & other Convicts Index.
HORTON Henry Whitesmith 1851: Henry Horton, whitesmith. Born about 1852, Ashburton, Devon, England. The 1861 UK census lists him as 9yrs, living in West Street with his family. In 1871 Henry is 19yrs, unmarried and still with family. His parents John Horton and Ann; plus siblings can be seen in the Gunsmiths Index plus Blacksmiths of Devon & Whitesmiths Index.
HORTON John Whitesmith,Blacksmith,Gunsmith 1811: John Horton, gunsmith, master blacksmith/whitesmith, employs 2 men. Born about 1811, Ashburton, Devon, England. The 1841 UK census lists him as 30yrs, at West Street, Ashburton; with wife Ann 30yrs and daughter Mary Ann 1yr. In 1851 John is 40yrs, still at West Street; Ann 40yrs. Children: Mary Ann 11yrs;Elizabeth 7yrs; Jane 5yrs. 1861: John is 50yrs; Ann 52yrs. Daughter Elizabeth 17yrs and son Henry 9yrs. Living at West Street with Mary Horton,70yrs, widow and house owner. 1871: John 60yrs (whitesmith; Ann 63yrs; son Henry 19yrs (whitesmith), still living at West Street. This family is listed in Blacksmiths of Devon, Whitesmith and Gunsmiths Indexes.
HOUSE James Whitesmith 1775: James House, tin shop worker. No: 79, Redcliffe Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
HOWARD Harry Whitesmith 1891: Harry Howard 32yrs, 3 Springfield Terrace, Hastings. Born Guildford, Surrey. Wife: Elizabeth born Clandon, Surrey. Noted as an employee.† His employment circumstances obviously changed in the next 10 years: in the 1901 census Harry was listed as a laundryman working at home.†
HUNTLEY William Whitesmith 1848. William Huntley, Silver Street, Bradford on Avon,Wiltshire. Listed in the 1848 Directory for Bradford on Avon. I have no other information.
INGLEFIELD John Whitesmith 1784: John Inglefield of Canon Street, Winchester, Hampshire.
JACKSON Henry Sivell Brightsmith,Machinist & Blacksmith(Master), 1816: Henry Sivell Jackson, master blacksmith, whitesmith & machinist. Born: January 26th, 1816, Lympstone, Devon, England. The 1861 census lists him as 45 years, Higher Lympstone. Wife: Grace (formerly Hackaday), 44 years, born 26th January 1817 at Lew Trenchard, Devon. Children (11 in all): 5 sons, 6 daughters between 1842 and 1863 including John, 14yrs (blacksmith)& Henry Sivell Jackson Jnr born April 19th, 1851. Apprentice, Nephew, John Bickle, aged 19. Henry parents were John Denning Jackson & Elizabeth Sivell Jackson who by second marriage was named Beckstone. Henry S Jackson died March 13th 1875, aged 59 yrs. Grace Jackson died November 12th 1899 aged 82 yrs. Henry is listed in both Blacksmiths of Devon & Whitesmiths Indexes. Son John is listed in Blacksmiths of Devon. Contact Judy by
JONES Elisha Brightsmith 1775: Elisha Jones, brightsmith. No: 17, Horsefair , Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
JONES James Whitesmith 1775: James Jones, brightsmith. No: 10, Old King Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
JONES John Whitesmith 1775: John Jones, tin plate worker. No: 86, Redcliff Hill, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
JONES Thomas Whitesmith 1775: Thomas Jones, tin plate worker. No: 49, Key, now Quay, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
JORDAN Daniel Whitesmith - Tin Plate Worker 1775: Daniel Jordan, tin plate worker. No: 1, Small Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
JOYCE Thomas Whitesmith 1861: Thomas Joyce is the son of William Joyce, Chilton Foliat. Census 1861 & 1871 show him as a Whitesmith,Swindon, Wiltshire, England. See Blacksmiths of Wiltshire for other family members. Contact Shirley by.
KENT John Whitesmith 1800: John Kent, blacksmith, Whitesmith, locksmith and bellhanger, steel mill maker . Born about 1800, Criplegate London, England. The 1841 UK census lists John as 41yrs, amill maker, living in Noble Street, Middlesex (London); with wife Elizabeth 36yrs (born Middlesex). Children James 11yrs; Elizabeth 9yrs; Mary 5yrs; ; Thomas 2yrs; Jane age unknown. Also listed is Mary Richards 67yrs. In 1851 John is 50yrs, living at 8 noble street, Middlesex ; Elizabeth 44yrs. Children: James 21yrs, unmarried (born St.Andrews, Holborn) a steel maker journeyman; Thomas 12yrs; Isaac 11yrs; Henry 8yrs; William 5yrs. John worked with his sons in London. Seeking any info on where they worked etc., listed in indexes for blacksmith, Whitesmith, locksmith. Contact Robin by
LAMBERT Henry Whitesmith-Tin man & Brazier 1851: Henry Lambert 55yrs, ---, Blofield,Norfolk. Born: Blofield-NFK. Wife: Mary Ann 62yrs born Upton-NFK. Children: Johnathan 23yrs (tinman,brazier), Sarah 24yrs, Samuel 20yrs (blacksmith in Norfolk), James 17yrs ( tinman,brazier). Grandaughter: Martha Lambert 1yr.Jonathan & James.
LAMBERT James Whitesmith-Tin Man- Journeyman 1851: James Lambert 17yrs, ---, Blofield,Norfolk. Born: Upton-NFK. See Whitesmiths Index for parents Henry & Mary and for brother Jonathan(& others) . See Blacksmiths of Norfolk Index for brother Samuel 20yrs.
LAMBERT Jonathan Whitesmith-Tin man & Brazier 1851: Jonathan Lambert 23yrs, ---, Blofield,Norfolk. Born: Upton-NFK. See Whitesmiths Index for parents Henry & Mary and for brother James(& others) . See Blacksmiths of Norfolk Index for brother Samuel 20yrs.
LANCE George Whitesmith 1789: George Lance, whitesmith. Born 1789, Blandford, Dorset, England. George was a Whitesmith Journeyman at South Rd, Pallant, Chichester according to the 1841/1851 Census. There is an indenture signed by him in 1832 for his son George, living in Alverstoke, to also be apprenticed as a whitesmith at Portsea. Contact Simon by
LEE William Whitesmith 1841: William Lee 15yrs, 3 Moon Lane, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. With William LEE & Rebecca both 35yrs.
LOWE George Whitesmith-Tinman 1851: George Lowe, tinner (makes tinware). Born: Stirlingshire Larbert. Aged 39yrs,living in Stane, Cambusnethan. Wife: Margaret 44yrs. Children: Agnes 12yrs, Lillias 11yrs, Ann 7yrs, Peter 6yrs, Thomas 2yrs. Nephew: James Fraser 17yrs(tinner).
LOWE Moses Whitesmith-Tinman 1870: Moses Lowe, a tinsmith in Liverpool (1870 onwards. He owned his own business and made bakery utensils. Several of his brothers were also in the same trade, some moving to the West Ham area of London. Contact Olwen by.
MALKIN George Whitesmith, Brazier & Hardwareman 1784: George Malkin. The Square, Winchester, Hampshire.
MARK Henry Whitesmith-Tin man 1841: Henry Mark 25yrs, 23 Higher Street, Plymouth Parish: St. Charles the Martyr. Born: place unknown Trade: Tin man.
MARSHALL Thomas Whitesmith 1775: Thomas Marshall, buckle maker. No: 31, Jamesí Back now Silver Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
MARTIN James Whitesmith 1851: James Martin 85yrs, a whitesmith. Inmate at I-The Great Hospital, Norwich,St Helen Norwich,Norfolk. Born: Norwich-Nfk. No other details listed.
MASLEN George Tarant Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1803: George Tarrant Maslen, blacksmith & whitesmith. Born 1803. Died 1897. He was indentured as apprentice to David Rudman in March 1818 in Devizes, Wiltshire. He worked as smith in Swindon and North Wiltshire before removing to Hounslow in 1841 and later in to Tottenham. He was still working as smith in 1881. Listed in both the Blacksmiths of Wiltshire & Whitesmiths Index. Contact James by.
MOGG Abraham Whitesmith(tin plate worker) 1775: Abraham Mogg, tin plate worker. No: 25, Castle Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
MOORE John Whitesmith(Brightsmith) 1775: John Moore, brightsmith. No: 8, Tower Lane, John Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
MOORE Philip Whitesmith 1784: Philip Moore. Andover, Hampshire.
MORANT Robert Whitesmith 1784: Robert Morant. High Street, Southampton, Hampshire.
MOREY William Whitesmith 1851: William Morey 46yrs. Born: Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England. Wife: Ann 40yrs born Winchester. Children: John 11yrs (dumb), Elizabeth 9yrs, Sarah 6yrs. Page 55/F136 Avon Street. HO107/1943 Trinity, Walcot, Somerset.
MUNDY Samuel Tinman & Brazier 1851: Samuel Mundy, tinmam & brazier. Aged 28yrs,unmarried; living at 162 Pippet Street, West Lavington, with parents John (slay & harness maker) & Ann plus brothers Frederick 23yrs (cabinet maker), Daniel 20yrs(listed in plumber & glazier index).
NETHERTON William Whitesmith-Tin man 1841: William Netherton 25yrs, 2 Gasking Street, Plymouth. Parish: St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Parents: John & Mary.
NEWARK Isaac Charles Bristow Whitesmith,employs 8 men,1 boy. 1813: Isaac Charles Bristow Newark, born circa1813. Died:1882 (son of William Newark). Whitesmith, Row 40 (1841), Row 42 (1851), 6 south Quay (1871), Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. Employing 8 men and 1 boy in the 1881 census. Contact Michael by.
NEWARK James Jeremiah Marsh Whitesmith & Shipsmith 1826: James Jeremiah Marsh Newark, born1826. Died:1893 (son of William Newark). Whitesmith/shipsmith, 5 Broad Row, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. In the 1881 census he was listed as a master whitesmith employing 1 man and 1 boy at Row 50, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. See also Shipwrights Index. Contact Michael by.
NEWARK James John Whitesmith 1857: James John Newark, born 1857. Died:1909 (son of James Jeremiah Marsh Newark). Whitesmith working for his father at Broad Row, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Contact Michael by.
NEWARK William Whitesmith & Blacksmith,employs 5 men. 1781: William Newark, born 1781. Died:1865. Whitesmith/blacksmith at 6 Broad Row, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. In the 1861 census listed as a whitesmith employing 5 men. He was a whitesmith/blacksmith his entire life. Contact Michael by.
NEWARK William Crisp Whitesmith(Master),employs 1 boy. 1843: William Crisp Newark, born1843. Died:1912 (son of William Daniel Hewitt Newark). Master Whitesmith, Row 50, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, employing 1 boy (1881 census). Contact Michael by.
NEWARK William Daniel Hewitt Whitesmith 1812: William Daniel Hewitt Newark, born:1812. Died:1879 (son of William Newark). In 1848 listed as a whitesmith, Foundry-Walk, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. Contact Michael by.
ORPIN Henry Whitesmith 1851: Henry Orpin 14yrs, a Brightsmith, at 26 Commercial Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. With uncle Giles Dean (a Brightsmith Ė listed in the Whitesmiths Index), Aunt Hannah. Cousins: Giles Dean12yrs, Edwin Dean 8yrs, Henry Dean 10yrs, William Dean 7yrs,Alice Dean 5yrs, Rosina Dean 1yr. Contact Lorraine by.
PACEY Samuel Whitesmith,Blacksmith,Farrier 1785: Samuel Pacey, blacksmith, farrier, whitesmith. Born 17 November 1785, East Stoke Nottinghamshire, England. Samuel married Hannah Twinberry on 26 September 1811 at St Marys Orston, Nottinghamshire. When his daughter Mary was christened he was listed as a farrier at Cartergate, Nottingham. In 1825 he was listed as a whitesmith in Glovers Nottingham Directory at the same address. In 1841 he was listed as a blacksmith in Pigotts Directory at King Street, Newark. Samuel died in 1854 in Newark. Listed in Balcksmiths of Nottingham; Whitesmiths and Farrers index. Contact Jenny by
PEARCE James Whitesmith 1775: James Pearce, tin plate worker. No: 3, Maryport Street, Bristol. . Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
PEARCE Richard Whitesmith & Ironmonger 1784: Richard Pearce. Rumsey (Romsey), Hampshire.
PENNY Mary Whitesmith-Tin Plate Wroker 1775: Mary Penny, tin plate worker. No: 28, Thomas Street, Temple, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
PERRY Francis Whitesmith 1775: Francis Perry, tin man. No: 12, Maryport Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
PORTER Isaac Charles Bristow Whitesmith - Tin man 1841: Isaac Charles Bristow Porter 35yrs, Padley Cottage, Ash, Kent. Born: Kent. See census 1841 for other family members.
PORTER John Whitesmith(buckle maker) 1775: John Porter, bucklemaker. No: 19, Broad Ware now Broad Weir, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
POWELL John Whitesmith 1775: John Powell, brightsmith. No: 17, Bridewell Lane, now Bridewell Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
POWELL Thomas Whitesmith 1775: Thomas Powell, brightsmith. No: 40, Redcliffe Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
PRICE William Whitesmith 1775: William Price, whitesmith. No: 14, Narrow Wine Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
PUGH Edmund (Edward) Whitesmith 1802: Edmund (Edward) Pugh, a Whitesmith. Born circa 1802 son of Richard.Listed as a Whitesmith in 1841 and 1851 census in Liverpool. Contact Marion by.
PUGH John Richard (Jnr) Whitesmith 1864: John Richard Pugh, a Whitesmith. 2nd Son of aforementioned John Richard Pugh, John Richard Pugh jnr born 1864 was listed as a whitesmith at tender age of 16 years in 1881 census.He later became a carter as did several of the Pugh descendants.Apart from Edmund Pugh (his grandfather) none of the whitesmiths reached the age of 55 years. Curious to know the health risks of such an occupation. Would like to hear from anyone with possible connections. Contact Marion by.
PUGH John Richard (Snr) Whitesmith 1826: John Richard Pugh, a Whitesmith. Son of Edmund( Edward) Pugh born 1826 listed as Whitesmith in 1841,1851,1861,1871 census Lancashire( 3rd generation so far) . Contact Marion by.
PUGH Richard Whitesmith 1780: Richard Pugh born circa 1780 listed as a "Smith" on sons baptism record in parish church St Nicholas Liverpool 1802 see other Pugh descendants. Listed in both Blacksmiths of Lancashire and Whitesmiths Indexes. See the Whitesmiths Index for other family members. Contact Marion by.
PUGH Thomas Whitesmith 1860: Thomas Pugh, a Whitesmith. Son of aforementioned John Richard Pugh, Thomas was born 1860 Liverpool and was listed in the 1881 census as a general smith.Later in 1891 and 1901 census he is listed as a whitesmith. Contact Marion by.
PUTMAN Frederick Whitesmith 1883: Frederick Putman, whitesmith. Born 1883, ?where possibly Sussex. The 1901 UK Census lists Frederick as 18yrs, at Goldstone Road, Hove, Sussex, England. Contact Barbara by
READ Rob. Whitesmith 1775: Robert Read, tin plate worker. No: 29, New Street (St. Judes) Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
READER Joseph Thomas Whitesmith 1794: Joseph Thomas Reader born 1794, St James West Middlesex, England. Joseph lived in Middlesex all his life and died in Middlesex abt 1887. He was married twice; his 1st wife was a Susannah Harley and when she died in 1855 Clerkenwell, he married his 2nd wife Ann Murrel. His occupation was a Whitesmith. To share information contact Rhiannon by .
REDDALL John Whitesmith 1837: John Reddall, resident at Froxfield. Married at St.Mary Whitechapel MDX on 19 Nov 1837 to Ann Benge of Woburn.
REDDALL Thomas Whitesmith 1810:Thomas Reddall. Eversholt. Father of John Reddall(Whitesmith).
RICHARDS John Whitesmith 1775: John Richards, brightsmith. No: 26, Philadelphia Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
ROBINS William Whitesmith 1775: William Robins, brightsmith. No: 2, Ellbroad Street, Bristol. 1775: John Brown, brightsmith & ironmonger. No: 11, Clare Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
ROBINSON Charles Whitesmith 1816: Charles Robinson, whitesmith. Born about 1816, Hampshire, England. The 1841 UK census lists him as 25yrs, living at Pear Tree Green, Hampshire with parents blacksmith William (born 1780) and step-mother Ann. Contact Chantal by
ROWSE / ROUSE Richard Whitesmith 1827 Richard Rowse, whitesmith (tin plate worker) & iron monger,. Born about 1827 in Brixham,Devon. The 1851 UK census lists Richard as 24yrs, lodging at 16 Green Street, Plymouth, with John & Mary Ann Creber. In 1861 he is 34yrs, ironmongers assistant, at 2, Gasking Street, Plymouth with wife Emma 31yrs (born Plymouth). 1871: Richard is 44yrs, at 36 Old Town Street, Plymouth and Emma is 41yrs. Still no children listed. Lodger John Netherton, 18yrs, apprentice ironmonger(see Iron Workers Index). In 1881: Richard is retired, 54yrs, at 3 Seaview Terrace, Plymouth with Emma 51yrs and niece Emma Netherton 16yrs. Plus general house servant Minnie Ball 20yrs. Richard is listed in both the Whitesmiths & Iron Workers Indexes.
RUSSELL Thomas Whitesmith 1775: Thomas Russell, tin plate worker. No: 51, Old Market, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
SALMON Charles Whitesmith-Tin man, Brazier,Bell Hanger, Gas Fitter 1794: Charles Salmon, born 1794. Died: 6th July 1865. Wife: Ann nee Buskell. Lived and had a shop at 23 Friars Street, St Ebbe's Oxford. He was at that address in 1841 as he is listed in Poll Of Freemen & City Electors 1841. In 1852 he is listed in Gardners Directory Of Trades. Also he was at that address in 1856, 57 & 58. I have two of his invoices. One of his invoices shows him as Gas fitter, Bell hanger, Smith, trinman & brazier. To share information, contact his great, great, great grandson Trevor by.
SANDFORD Richard Whitesmith,Blacksmith 1786: Richard Sandford, blacksmith, whitesmith. Born about 1786, Ashburton, Devon, England. The 1841 UK census lists Richards as ?50yrs (??incorrect), at Ashburton with wife Ann ?60 (should be 50yrs). Children: Jane 20yrs and Elizabeth 15yrs. In 1851 Richard is 65yrs and Ann 60yrs, daughter Elizabeth 26yrs, living at Village, Ashburton.
SAUNDERS Frederick Whitesmith 1860: Frederick Saunders was Whitesmith Journeyman, practising around London Middlesex circa 1860. Contact email is
SEED John Whitesmith 1775: John Seede, brightsmith. No: 3, Barton Alley, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
SELF James Whitesmith -Tinsmith 1775: James Self, a Tinman. Born circa 1770-1775 in the Market Lavington (or Melksham) area, Wiltshire, when his daughter married in 1841 (Southampton) James's occupation was stated as a Tinman. The Occupation of tinman was entered on his daughters marriage certificate. This is all I know about him so if you can share information please contact Syd by.
SHAPCOTT William Whitesmith -Tinsmith 1915: William Shapcott, seen on marriage of son Percy William at Addington, Christchurch 1915. William's wife was Ellen nee LOVEJOY. Contact me for more information by.
SHERUFF William Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1851: William Sheruff 31yrs, Grosvenor Place 2, Plymouth, Devon. Born: New Passage-DEV. Parents: John & Mary. Sister: Jane 27yrs. Also listed in Blacksmiths of Devon.
SHERWOOD John Whitesmith 1792: John Sherwood. Romsey, Hampshire.
SHORT James Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1851: James Short 34yrs, Mill Bay 3, Plymouth. Born: Plymouth-DEV. Wife: Mary Ann 29yrs born Totnes-DEV.
SMITH George Whitesmith(Master), Tinman, Gas Fitter 1851: George Smith, master tin man, brazier & gas fitter. Born: Bradford, Wiltshire. Living at 67 St.Margaret Street, Bradford; aged 38yrs; wife Mary 30yrs. Children: Daniel Seth Smith 6yrs, Edward Smith 4yrs, George William Smith 3yrs, John Julius Smith 1yr infant. George is listed in the Whitesmiths Index, and is also found in the 1848 Directory for Bradford on Avon. I have no other information.
SMITH James Whitesmith 1851: James Smith was a Whitesmith in Dudley, Worcestershire, England, in 1851. Contact Hazel by.
SMITH Samuel Whitesmith 1808: Samuel Smith was alive circa 1808,probably South Midlands. Information taken from the second marriage of daughter Susannah Hedges nee Smith at Oxford 1846.
SMITH Thomas Whitesmith 1841: Thomas Smith 35yrs, ?Vennell Street, Plymouth Parish of St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. Wife: Harriett 35yrs born DEV.
SOPER Giles Blacksmith 1797: Giles Soper, blacksmith, ironmonger, gunmaker, whitesmith. Born 1797 Died 1871 Worked in Aldermaston, Berkshire, Basingstoke and Ashford hill Hampshire. In Mill records as having made nails etc for Aldermaston Mill. In 1851 and 1861 census, In Pigot's Directory 1852 ect. Contact Nigel by
SOPER John Whitesmith 1758: John Soper, blacksmith, whitesmith, gunmaker. Born 1758, Died 1821 Worked in Aldermaston, Berkshire, England. Advertised for a journeyman post 1792 in Jackson's Oxford Journal, Paid tax for an apprentice 1804. Listed in Blacksmiths of Berkshire; Whitesmiths; Gunmakers Indexes. Contact Nigel by
STEWART John Thomas Whitesmith, Tinsmith, Blacksmith & Bell hanger 1860: John Thomas Stewart, whitesmith, tinsmith, blacksmith & bell hanger. Born 1860 in Hatfield,Yorkshire. Died in 1928 in Wallasea. Married Jane Elizabeth Alderson, Richmond,Yorkshire, and they had eight children. His grandson has copyof his Indentures dated 24 August 1874 on his 14th birthday. His parents were William Stewart 1828 and Charlotte Smith 1827 both from Yorkshire. Listed in the Blacksmiths of Yorkshire, Whitesmiths and Interesting Stories Indexes. Contact Eric by
STONE Edward Whitesmith(tin plate,coffin plate) 1775: Edward Stone, tin plate worker & coffin plate chaser. No: 87, Castle Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
SWAIN Richard Whitesmith 1775: Richard Swain, whitesmith. No: 47, Horse Street, afterwards Host Street. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
SYMONS John (Snr) Whitesmith 1851: John Symons (Snr) 60yrs, Smith Residence Downthomas, Plympton St Mary, Devon. Born: Knighton Wembury-DEV. Wife: Mary 59yrs born Knighton Wembury-DEV. See Blacksmiths Index for sons James & John. Granddaughter Elizabeth.J.Harding only visitng.
TAYLOR John Whitesmith 1775: John Taylor, brightsmith. No: 45, Back Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
TAYLOR Joseph Whitesmith, Brightsmith 1817: Joseph Taylor. Information gleaned from the birth cert of daughter Charlotte Elizabeth St.James, Bristol, Eng. A brightsmith is a tin worker.
THOMAS Ann Whitesmith 1775: Ann Thomas, tin plate worker. No: 42, Maryport Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
THORNTON Alfred Whitesmith 1852: Alfred Thornton, whitesmith and bellringer. Born 1852, Darlington, Durham, England.. The 1881 UK census lists Alfred as 29yrs, living at 24 Chapel Street, Darlington; with wife Mary Ellen 23yrs (born Darlington). Children: Ada 5yrs; Elliott 3yrs; Alice 1yr. Contact Debbie by
THURTELL James (Jnr) Whitesmith 1851: James Thurtell (Jnr) 28yrs, Matthews Yard Thorn Lane, Norwich, Norfolk. Born: Norwich-Norfolk. See Blacksmiths of Norfolk Index for parents James 65yrs & Elizabeth 60yrs plus sisters Caroline and Harriot.
TOYE Joseph Whitesmith 1775: Joseph Toye, tin plate worker. No: 2, Maryport Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
TREELY Samuel Whitesmith -Tin man 1841: Samuel Treely 20yrs, Higher Street, Plymouth Parish: St. Charles the Martyr. Born:DEV. Parents: Samuel & Mary. Trade: Tin man.
TYPE Christopher Whitesmith 1808: Christopher Type, whitesmith. Born about 1808, in Chardstock, Dorset, England. The 1841 UK census lists Christopher as 35yrs, at ?Charmont Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset; with wife Tabitha (born Lyme Regis, Dorset). Children: Mary 9yrs; Susan 7yrs; John 6yrs; ?Churlin (girl) 2yr. Also listed: Mary Type 22yrs and John Denslow 25yrs (whitesmith). In 1851 he is as 43yrs, at 187 Hollywood Street, Chard, Somerset; Tabitha 42yrs Children: Mary 19yrs (crochet needle worker); John 16yrs (apprentice; became a gratesmith and is listed in Blacksmiths of Dorset); Caroline 13yrs (bobbin empter); Christopher 10yrs; Harriett 8yrs; Adelaide 2yrs; Charles 4 months infant.
UNKNOWN E.S. Whitesmith - Tin Plate Worker 1851: E.S.Unknown 24yrs,1 -Convict Prison Lidford, Tavistock. Born: Lamback-Chs. Also listed in Prisoners Index.
UNKNOWN J.B. Whitesmith & Engineer 1851: J.B.Unknown 27yrs,1 -Convict Prison Lidford, Tavistock. Born: Exeter-DEV. Also listed in Prisoners Index.
UNKNOWN J.M. Whitesmith -Tin man 1851: J.M.Unknown 17yrs,1 -Convict Prison Lidford, Tavistock. Born: Hull-YKS. Also listed in Prisoners Index.
UNKNOWN J.W. Whitesmith 1851: J.W.Unknown 36yrs, 1 -Convict Prison Lidford, Tavistock. Born: Birmingham-WAR. Also listed in Prisoners Index.
UNKNOWN S.W. Whitesmith 1851: S.W.Unknown 21yrs, 1 -Convict Prison Lidford, Tavistock. Born: Edinburgh-SCT. Also listed in Prisoners Index.
WARN Samuel Whitesmith(Buckle maker) 1775: Samuel Warn, buckle maker. No: 163, Temple Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
WHITE James Whitesmith, Brightsmith 1851: James Henry White 46yrs,at Broughton Smithy, Shute, Devon Born: 30 Mar 1805, Shute. Wife: Charlotte Wilmington born 20 May 1805 in Colyton, Devon. See him also in the Blacksmiths of Devon Index. Contact Ken by.
WHITE William Whitesmith 1851: William White 43yrs, at Colyton, Devo. Born: 27 Oct 1808, Shute. Wife: ?Maria Bishop born 1818 in Northleigh, Devon. Contact Ken by.
WILLIAMS John Whitesmith-Tin man journeyman 1841: John Williams 25yrs,Vauxhall Street,---. Plymouth Parish of St Charles the Martyr. Born: DEV. With mother Martha 60yrs.
WILLIAMS Richard Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1789: Richard Williams born 1789 Birmingham was a White smith at the baptism of his daughter Caroline14 Jun 1821 and a blacksmith on 29 Dec 1824 baptism of son Rudall. Listed in Whitesmiths & Blacksmiths of Warwickshire Indexes . Contact Hazel by.
WILLIAMS Unknown Whitesmith 1775: Surname Williams, given name not listed. Brightsmith. No: 15, Montague Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
WILLIS James Whitesmith 1775: James Willis, tin plate worker. No: 27, Bridewell Lane, now Bridewell Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
WILSON George Henry Whitesmith -Tinsmith 1856: George Henry Wilson born 19 Nov 1856 Clifton Road Rugby, Warwickshire, England. In 1881 he was a tinplate worker living at 33 Buckingham Street, Wolverton and in 1891 and 1901 at Newport Road, New Bradwell, employed at Wolverton Railway Works as a Tinsmith. Died: 10 Jan 1935 at 102 Victoria Street Wolverton Bucks a retired Tinsmith. See Whitesmiths Index for his son Percy John Wilson. Contact David by.
WILSON Percy John Whitesmith -Tinsmith 1882: Percy John Wilson born 12 Jun 1882 New Bradwell, died 5 May 1954. Tinsmith at Wolverton Railway Works. In 1901 he was a lamp maker at the railway works. He spent the 1st World War at Swindon Railway Works working for the army. See Whitesmiths Index for his father George Henry Wilson. Contact David by.
WIX James Whitesmith & Blacksmith 1828: James Wix, born 1828 in Weasenham All Saints, Norfolk. Parents Elijah and Margarete Wix (see Blacksmiths of Norfolk for Elijahís brother James). In 1851 James(born 1828) was 23yrs, Lodging with John Askew (blacksmith) & family at Norwich Road, Mitford, Norfolk. He was also trained as a whitesmith, and after settling in East Dereham, he became the foreman of an agricultural implement factory. In 1858 he married Charlotte Elizabeth Ward and had one son, Fredrick James Wix b. 1860. I have no record of what happened to Frederick James. Charlotte Elizabeth previously had a son out of wedlock (b.1849) whom she named Medwell William Wix Ward. It is believed that James was the father but there is no confirming record. Medwell William Wix Ward was my g-g-grandfather. Contact Tim by.
WOOD Charles Henry Whitesmith 1861: Charles Henry Wood 12yrs, West Ward, Bradford, Yorkshire, UK. Born: Bradford Yorkshire. Parents: Joseph 37yrs(See Whitesmiths Index) & Martha 38yrs. For siblings listed or for further information contact Geoff by.
WOOD John Whitesmith - Prisoner 1851: John Wood 20yrs, 1-Devon County Prison, St David, Exeter,Devonshire. Born: Dartmouth-DEV.
WOOD Joseph Whitesmith, Ironmonger & ?Bell hanger,employs 2 men. 1851: Joseph Wood 27yrs, 47, 10 Northrup Square, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. Born: Allerton-Yorkshire. Wife: Martha 28yrs born Manningham York. Listed also in Iron Workers Index. See census 1851,1861,1891 for children & other family members or for further information contact Geoff by.
WRIGHT Robert Clockmake,Whitesmith 1750: Robert Wright of Oundle, Northants. Clock movement early to mid 18th century. Robert Wright lived and worked in the small Northamptonshire town of Oundle. He was a Whitesmith by trade and used those skills to design and make Long Face Clocks. See Interesting Stories link on the Home page for images of his long case clocks. Contact Brian by
YEAMANS Frederick Whitesmith(tin plate worker) 1775: Frederick Yeamans, tin plate worker, sells wax, spermaeceti, candles & oil. No: 11, Castle Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the 1775 Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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