Notes


Note for:   Samuel Swinn,   1858 - 1947          Index
Christening:   
     Date:   1858
Occupation:   

Individual note:   
Samuel is believed to have been "mine host" at the Red Lio n Inn, Great Steeping (ref. Whites Lincolnshire Dictionary).

Notes


Note for:   Elizabeth Fanny Swinn,   1 Jan 1864 - 29 Jun 1925         Index
Christening:   
     Date:   15 Jan 1864
     Place:   Boston


Notes


Note for:   James Swinn,   Nov 1864 -          Index
Christening:   
     Date:   1 Dec 1864
     Place:   Boston
Occupation:   
Occupation note:    Hairdresser



Notes


Note for:   John Swinn,   29 Jul 1806 - 4 Aug 1891          Index
Christening:   
     Place:   Spilsby, Lincolnshire
Occupation:   
Burial:   
     Place:   Boston

Individual note:   
John owned the Robin Hood Inn which has now lost the brewer y part but is still a popular pub in the High Street, Bosto n.

Sources:

1) Mormon I-GI
2) Boston MI's
3) Boston Parish Register (pages 263 / 778)
4) Boston Census 1851 (ref HD / 107 / 2099 Nos. 243, 341)
5) Boston Census 1881 (ref RG / 11 / 3218 no. 27)

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Note for:   Kathleen Swinn,   10 Mar 1922 - 4 Sep 2009          Index
Occupation:   
Burial:   
     Date:   11 Sep 2009
     Place:   Preston Crematorium, Preston, Lancs

Individual note:   
Royston Church School 1927-1933, Secondary Modern 1933-1936

What jobs did she do during her lifetimes?

domestic service 1936-1941,
railway clerk 1941-1944,
ATS in Pontefract, Camberley, York, Harrogate, 1944-1945,
sales rep. for Tupperware and mail order companies,
char woman for Drummonds 1954-1998

Notes


Note for:   Samuel Ernest Swinn,   1 Aug 1898 - 26 Feb 1971          Index
Occupation:   

Individual note:   
Kate and Samuel lived in rooms, Burrow's farm, Dalby's far m and then in the Globe yard at the back of the Church Stre et shops, 2, Park Crescent, Royston from 1927-1971.

Samuel travelled to France and Belgium in the First World W ar. He was wounded, developed rheumatic fever and sent fo r convalescence to Aberdeen and Leasowe Castle in Herne Bay.

He kept 200 hens on Church Hill, had a horse & trap, alway s had a dog. He was a farmer, railway shunter, sent to Roys ton and lived in lodgings next door to Mary Walker, siste r of Kate Esther. He was a farmer & a railway shunter.

He died of bronchopneumonia and cerebral thrombosis at 2, P ark Crescent, Royston, Yorkshire on 26-02-1971

1901 Census / RG13 / 3052 / Page 13
Lincolnshire, Boothby Pagnell
65 / Top Farm House
George Swinn, Head, M, 37, Agricultural Shepherd, Lincs, Ha lton Holegate
Mary Elizabeth Swinn, Wife, M, 37, Lincs Osbournby
George William Swinn, Son, 7, Scholar, Lincs Croft Parish
Thomas Edward Swinn, Son, 5, Scholar, Lincs Kirton-Fen
Samuel Ernest Swinn, Son, 3, Lincs South Kyme
Albert Henry Swinn, Son, 1, Lincs Boothby Pagnell

Notes


Note for:   Kate Esther Walker,   19 Sep 1889 - 30 Apr 1981          Index
Occupation:   

Individual note:   
Kate was in domestic service in Sandal until 1911, then sh e went home to help her mother with the washing, etc.

She did not travel outside the Uk during her lifetime. Sh e went to Cleethorpes, Scarborough and Wales with Kathlee n & Jim and to Bispham with Dodge & Ben.

At the age of 91 she died due to immobilisation. bronchopne umonia, fractured femur due to osteoporosis at General Hosp ital, Barnsley, Yorkshire on 30-04-1981.

Kate had a boyfriend who was killed in the 1914-1918 war.

1901 Census / RG13 / 4278 / Page 20
Yorkshire West Riding / Sandal Magna / Milnthorpe / 125 Mil nthorpe

George Walker, Head, M, 51, Bricklayer, Yorks Sandal
Augusta Walker, Wife, M, 50, Yorks Thornes-Wakefield
Ethel, Daur, S, 25, Yorks Sandal-Newmillerdam
Arthur, Son, 14, Yorks Sandal
Kate, Daur, 11, Yorks Sandal