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1 1861 England Census about Jane Schofield Name: Jane Schofield Age: 22 Estimated birth year: abt 1839 Relation: Apprentice Gender: Female Where born: Somersham, Middlesex, England Civil parish: Newington Ecclesiastical parish: Trinity County/Islsland: Surrey Country: England Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Registration district: Newington Sub-registration district: Trinity Newington ED, institution, or vessel: 10 Neighbors: Household schedule number: 44 Household Members: Name Age Emily Jane Gooch 22 John N Gooch 28 Thos C Gooch 25 Margaret Law 22 Jane Schofield 22 Ann Wright 17
Eliza Jane Schofield Year of Registration: 1871 Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec District: Pancras (1837-1901) County: London, Middlesex Volume: 1b Page: 322 (click to see others on page) Walter William Baker Year of Registration: 1871 Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec District: Pancras (1837-1901) County: London, Middlesex Volume: 1b Page: 322 Henry Stuart Year of Registration: 1871 Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec District: Pancras (1837-1901) County: London, Middlesex Volume: 1b Page: 322 (click to see others on page) Mary Ann Smith Year of Registration: 1871 Quarterof Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec District: Pancras (1837-1901) County: London, Middlesex Volume: 1b Page: 322 
SCHOFIELD, Jane (P155)
2 2 Children Caroline and Andrew NICHOLLS, Michael (P214)
3 Nonconformist Registers, 1694–1931. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.

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4 A very nice Uncle, Married to Mary, always used to pop in to see us in Laleham on his way to the club where he drunk with Dad and played in the Pool team well into his 80's. Always rode a 50cc Motorcycle. MAGUIRE ROBISON, Charles (P185)
5 After a long and protracted fight sadly Kenneth died of Skin cancer in October 1997 SCHOFIELD, Kenneth George (P60)
6 after being buried by a fall of stone in the Five Quarter seam of the Bute Pit, he was dead when the fall was cleared away from him MAGUIRE, John James (P344)
7 An educated guess as an Ann Morrow was living with her in 1878 aged 76 MORROW, Mary Ann (P177)
8 Ann was a Widow. FRUER, Ann (P662)
9 Aunty Margaret - the youngest of the family lives in Wrasbury. They used to visit my Mum in John's nice Jaguar ROBISON, Margaret (P191)
10 Belmont - My Grandfather William named his house Belmont. Could it be that his Great Grand Father Nathan came from Belmont, near Sunderland in Durham? SCHOFIELD, Nathan (P129)
11 Birth Year estimated SCHOFIELD, Nathan (P153)
12 Boarded the Titanic at Queenstown as a third class passenger (ticket number 35852, £7 14s 8d). Her destination was New York city. Survived. Going to: Sister: Mrs. Murray, 231 East 50 Street, N.Y.C. She was never in contact with the family in England. But after contact with Bernadette in Longford, we now know that she married Mr Kearns and had 4 children Margaret, John, Mary and Eileen and that Margaret (Peggy) used to visit Longford. Lots of information in Senon Molony's book The Irish on the Titanic. Her father is Thomas not James as we were led to believe. See details on Website:- MULLEN, Catherine (Kate) (P219)
13 Born westrington?? ROBSON, Isabella (P401)
14 Bullet Wound from friendly fire SCHOFIELD, George Robert (P8)
15 Buried at St Judes Church Englefield Green BOCK, Ellen Eliza (P116)
16 Buried St Judes Church Englefield Green SCHOFIELD, Edith Hilda (P120)
17 check this out? LARKIN, John R (P324)
18 Children
John, Brid, Thomas, Paul, Michael & David 
MULLEN, Marian (P303)
19 Children Noreen, Gordon and Susan ROBISON, Nora (P188)
20 Chronic Bronchitus SCHOFIELD, George William (P2)
21 Civilian Diver early 60's in dockyards, Royal Marine Commando, Deep Sea Diver.
Mal and Marjorie had a Daughter Sarah and Son Paul 
SCHOFIELD, Malcolm (P228)
22 Contacted Mike in June 2008 BIRCHLEY, Audrey Jacqueline (P152)
23 Currans came from Castletown CURRAN, Jim (P92)
24 Dads Cousin and Best Man GILFELLON, David (P357)
25 Daughter Janet married Mr O'Donnell and had a son Craig b 1982 MILLWARD, Norman E (P251)
26 David Schofield writes :-

So this guy enlisted on the 31 August 1914 for WW1, but after only 4 months he was kicked out of the Military - 'services no longer required ' Kings Regs XXV Misconduct.

I never met him, but from what I understand he was a bad'n. Left my Gran to bring up the children on her own.
YOUNG, John George (P80)
27 Death Surrey N - 5G 139 SCHOFIELD, Alfred Alick (P40)
28 Death year not confirmed - Not mentioned in 1861 Census SCHOFIELD, Henry (P138)
29 Deceased Lived in Mullingar MULLEN, John (P315)
30 Deceased. He married Daphne Gardner they had 5 sons. Lived in Grays Essex MULLEN, Michael (P318)
31 Deceased. Married Jimmy Parsons. Children Patricia & Michael MULLEN, Bridget (P314)
32 Did she die young? another Margaret (my grandmother) born 1889 MULLEN., Margaret (P50)
33 Did she die young? another Brigid born 1887 MULLEN., Brigid (P49)
34 Died while he was young MULLEN, John (P305)
35 Emigrated to America married a Hale? MULLEN, Tersa (P44)
36 Father a Malcolm of Poltalloch, Mother a Cameron of Erracht MALCOLM, Alison Marion Anne (P378)
37 Father Cyril b 1914 and Ada Vass PACKER, Robert (P98)
38 Father John b 1728 in St Leonard, Shoreditch - Married Mary b 1732 JOHNSON, Sarah (P323)
39 From baptism records AUGHTIE, William (P427)
40 From Yvonnes Tree LARKIN, Henry Norman (P24)
41 Grandad - G W Schofield worked for her GARDAM, Dorothy (P358)
42 Had 3 children, Rose, William & John ( this is the Rose I am hoping to chat to) They were born in America but came back to Ireland while the family were still young, they stayed with my fathers family until moving to another house and farm further up the road ! William died maybe twenty years ago and John is five years dead, They all lived in the Killoe area. MULLEN, Bridget (P301)
43 Had 3 Children; Lynette 1950-2002, Andrew 1956, Sarah 1960 RAEY, Alan (P294)
44 Had 6 children Alice 1875, Florence 1882, Mildred 1884, Gertrude 1886, Francis 1888 and Charles 1889 WHITE, Fanny Matilda (P172)
45 Had six daughters Helen, Bridget, Mary, Catherine, Anne and last but not least Bernadette MULLEN, Thomas (P313)
46 Had three children, Michael b 1908, Nora b 1904 & Tom b 1905. Mick moved to America and never came back or ever gave a contact address, he did however, continue to write home but they never knew where he settled. Nora and Tom went to England. Patrick (dads uncle) was a brilliant carpenter we have a chair in our house that he made, we also had a beautiful cabinet and delph but my parents were involved in amateur dramatics and brought up the cabinet to be used in a scene and unfortrtunately someone obviously saw its worth and stole it. We now only have his chair. Tom was very artistic and wrote plays. My sister Helen has his original draft of a play he wrote called The Belle of Mostrim. I dont know if any of your family are into the Arts, it certainly came out in us. Nora I believe married a man named Bury, their son Pete used to visit us but again, the contact fizzled out eventually or maybe he passed away. (Info from Bernadette Mullen) MULLEN, Patrick (P302)
47 Her dad was John Kelly and her mum was Ellen Heslin KELLY, Katherine (P320)
48 I do not know anything about the Schofields except that Elizabeth died soon after the 1901 census

1881 England Census about Elizabeth Schofield Name: Elizabeth Schofield Age: 25 Estimated birth year: abt 1856 Relation: Servant Gender: Female Where born: London, Middlesex, England Civil parish: Doveridge County/Island: Derbyshire Country: England Street address: Abbotts Clownholme Education: Employment status: Occupation: Ladys Maid Registration district: Uttoxeter Sub-registration district:Sudbury ??????????? 
SCHOFIELD, Elizabeth (P137)
49 I still have some letters that Jimmy and Dad swapped during the War
Uncle Jimmy, I remember visiting my Gran in Penton Avenue, Jimmy lived with her, he had a wild alsatian, called Chum, that had to be locked in the kitchen while we were there. Worked as Lorry Driver. He had a lump which he never got treated and unfortunately it was cancerous. 
ROBISON, James (P186)
50 injuries incurred from a gun carriage accident BIRCHLEY, Edgar Charles (P7)

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