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1  Robinson, Ellen (I06119)
2 Betty or Betsy in 1841/51 censuses. (Abode Blackburn in 1851.) Siddall, Elizabeth (I27775)
3 "Bamborough or Bamber" in baptism record. Not in later censuses and no death record found - thought to be Edward Bamber (qv) Elizabeth's son with John Gobin. Bamber, Thomas (I16847)
4 "Becker" in 1881 census Darby, Rebecca (I14613)
5 "Boatman on canal seas" in 1901 census. Patchett, William (I13872)
6 "Buck" in marriage record (signed Wm Buck). Langton, William (I06285)
7 "Canal sailor" in 1871 census. Iddon, Richard (I07564)
8 "Fleety" in 1881 census, Fleet in marriage record. Ashcroft, Fleetwood (I00326)
9 "Full age" in marriage record. No birth record found, and not found in any census. Wybrow, Rose Anne (I27915)
10 "Hanna" in 1851 census; Davies in 1861. Davis, Ann (I09436)
11 "Knocker-up" in 1881 census. A, Mary (I11653)
12 "Nanny" in daughter Ellen's baptism record. Wareing, Ann (I07097)
13 "No occupation" in 1881 census, condition "paralytic". Robinson, John (I16844)
14 "Nurse child" age 10 months in 1871 census, with Richard ans Alice Ashton in Tarlscough Road, Burscough. Cartmel, William (I10505)
15 "Private means" written under occupation in 1911 census Blackledge, William (I00153)
16 "Reg?" In brackets under child's first name in baptism record. Gibbons, Richard (I03573)
17 "Reputed father" Thomas Kenyon in baptism record. Atherton in 1851 census, Kenyon thereafter. Atherton, Thomas Kenyon (I27054)
18 "Unable to work" in 1861 census "dumb due to paralysis 6 years". Cowap, John (I21677)
19 "Wharfinger" - owner or keeper of wharf, responsible for loading and unloading boats and barges. Lyon, Joseph (I08424)
20 'Captain of the Packett' in three children's baptism records.
Age 33 in burial record, apparently drowned in the Mersey during a storm. Family records quote a Liverpool Mercury report on Jan 21st 1831:- 'Mr John Hart, who was upwards of 9 years captain of one of the packets in the employ of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal Company. His kindness and attention in his situation ensured him the respect of all. He has left a wife and young family to deplore his death.' 
Hart, John (I60337)
21 'Elizelth' in 1911 census. Tuckey, Elizabeth (I49752)
22 'Full age' in marriage record, 23 in 1851 census, 30 in 1861; possibly born before parents married and baptised after. Woods, Ann (I44069)
23 'Full' age in marriage record, but 19 in 1851 census. Malam, Betsey (I42604)
24 'Gaskin' in GRO birth record, mother's maiden name Hughes, but Gaskill in censuses. Gaskill, Mary Ann (I47775)
25 'Illegitimate' written in space or father's name in marriage record. Stazicker, Margaret (I01653)
26 'Imbecile' in 1891 census. Auckland, John Henry (I58287)
27 'Incapacitated' in 1939 census, living with sister Margaret and Samuel Wilday. Hughes, Thomas (I48171)
28 'Incapacitated' in 1939 census. Barrass, Samuel (I51361)
29 'Incapacitated' in 1939 census. Lydiate, George Henry (I53349)
30 'Incapacitated' in 1939 census. Barrass, Thomas (I53952)
31 'Lawler' in 1891 census. Gates, Laura (I25509)
32 'Lost at sea' on MI. Coward, Edwin (I52183)
33 'Love' Plumb in GRO Online Birth Index. Plumb, Levi (I39029)
34 'Master keelman' in 1939 census. Sutton, Fred (I41335)
35 'No occupation - cripple' in 1911 census. Gillyon, James Frederick (I53424)
36 'Of full age' in 1848 marriage record, when she would have been 16. Antrobus, Ann (I42348)
37 'Out of work' in 1911 census. Burrows, Thomas (I28974)
38 'Rbt' (Robert) in 1901 census, absent in 1911. Gardiner, James Robert (I41800)
39 'Sooper' in birth record, Soper in 1851 census, Super in marriage record. Super, Sarah (I48674)
40 'Sooper' in birth record, Soper in 1851 census, Super thereafter. Super, Edward (I48673)
41 'Sooper' in birth record, Soper in 1851 census. Super, Jane (I48675)
42 'Unemployed barge hand' in 1939 Census. Houghton, Richard Thomas (I33354)
43 (Agricultural) labourer in all records, but sailor in marriage records of Ellen (1853) and Eliza (1883). Age given as 63 in burial record, 73 in GRO death record.
John and Ann had several other children but only the daughters listed had waterways connections. 
Foster, John (I62997)
44 (Harriett in baptism record; Hannah in burial record.)
Married in 1868 William Barley, age given as 37 son of Thomas, though possibly the one b1827 (qv) son of Thomas and Sarah.
This marriage clearly failed as she is in the 1871 census as head of household with son John Thomas (born before her marriage) and daughter Mary Ann, baptised as child of Thomas Barley who is living with them as an unmarried lodger (no later marriage record found).
Harriet and Thomas (nephew of the above William Barley) are together with their children in 1881-1901 censuses,also in 1911 with the 'completed years of marriage' box blank.

Clark, Harriet (I62419)
45 (Heckle pins or heckling combs used in flax spinning.) Broomhead, Robert (I14007)
46 (Plain) Valentine in 1861 census. Sutton, John Valentine (I41328)
47 (Unclear records - occupation could be Tailor). White, William (I62319)
48 (Widow of Benjamin Billen) White, Emily (I09017)
49 (Widow) Brooks in 1879 marriage record.
In Capstan Street, Hook, in 1881 census as Sanderson, married with husband absent, while a William Henry Jackson, 24, married, is at sea aboard steamer Lucy.
Jackson in 1891 census, with children Edith, George and Nellie (husband absent); Sanderson in 1901 with husband and three children; Sanderson in 1911 with three children while husband aboard 'Reaper' in Hull docks as Jackson; widow Sanderson in 1921 census. 
Wilson, Elizabeth Ann (I60203)
50 Starkey, James (I23111)

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