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Kettlebaston 1851 census

I have always been intrigued with the early census of Kettlebaston (1841 census is here; 1861 census 1871 census). My wilding ancestors figured very heavily in this very small village. I understand there are now only 30 inhabitants. My great grandfather William Wilding is aged two in this census, the son of Robert Wilding / Wilden / Carlo; again the son of Mary Wilding. Mary is daughter of William Wilding and Jane Game. etc etc. There are a great number of this family in the 1851 census of Kettlebaston. You will find a great deal of this research originated from the Cosford Database (by Ray Long); and much of this work is continued here by Monique and others.

High House
1851/Robert Makin/Farmer/60/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary D Makin/Wife/48/Bildeston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Makin/Son/18/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Fredk Makin/Son/16/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Elizh Ward/Servant/21/Bildeston, Suffolk/Census

1851/John Robert Fiske/Rector/45/Shimpling, Suffolk/Census
1851/Susan Elliott Fiske/Wife/51/Shimpling, Suffolk/Census
1851/Thomas Elliott Fiske/Son/10/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Frederic Fiske/Son/8/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Thomas Fiske/Nephew/11/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Alfred Fiske/Nephew/9/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Wright/General Servant/18/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Carlowe/Errand Boy/15/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Hale Farm
1851/William Bendall/Farmer of 50 acres/25/Newton, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Bendall/Sister/28/Newton, Suffolk/Census
1851/James King/Visitor, Farner Retired, Widow/62/Croxton, Norfolk/Census
1851/Charles Buckle/Servant/17/Mendlesham, Suffolk/Census

Treacles Farm
1851/Simon Cooper/Farmer of 138 acres employing 6 men/50/Coombs, Suffolk/Census
1851/Michael Cooper/Brother/48/Coombs, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Cooper/Brother/44/Coombs, Suffolk/Census
1851/Frances Cooper/Sister/56/Coombs, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Cooper/Sister/51/Coombs, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Dorling/Visitor/25/Polstead, Suffolk/Census

Waggon Farm
1851/James Butcher/Farming Bailiff/44/Welnetham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Butcher/Wife/45/Chelsworth, Suffolk/Census
1851/Charles Butcher/Son, Farming Labourer/17/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Susanah Butcher/Daughter/14/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Emely Butcher/Daughter/10/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Ann Butcher/Daughter/7/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ellen Butcher/Daughter/5/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Henry Butcher/Son/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Bridge Farm
1851/John Taylor/Farmer of 45 acres, Widow/62/Ringshall, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Taylor/Daughter/31/Mickfield, Suffolk/Census
1851/Wiliam Taylor/Son/22/Mickfield, Suffolk/Census

1851/Shadrac Lister/Farm Labourer/52/Preston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Lister/Wife/52/Preston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Stock/Father in Law, Widow/83/Preston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Ann Lister/Grand Daughter/7/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Henry Wilding marries Charlotte Death, one of the three daughters of of Joshua Rosier Death who marry into the Wilding family. Henry is the son of William Wilding & Elizabeth Stiff
1851/Henry Wilding/Farm Labourer/27/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Charlotte Wilding/Wife/25/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ellen Wilding/Daughter/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/James Wilding/Son/1/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

John Wilding is married to Sarah Peartree. He is the son of John Wilden and Sarah Cracknell
1851/John Wilding/Farm Labourer/48/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Wilding/Wife/48/Monks Eleigh, Suffolk/Census
1851/Matilda Wilding/Daughter, Wool Spinner/20/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mahala Wilding/Daughter, Wool Spinner/17/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Emely Wilding/Daughter, Wool Spinner/15/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Charles Wilding/Son/10/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Wilding/Son/10/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Hatchet Farm
1851/John Amos/Farmer of 40 acres/54/Preston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Elizth Amos/Wife/53/Edwardiston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Joseph Amos/Son/16/Preston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Charles/Niece/13/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Elizth Charles/Niece/9/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Mary Ann Stonham/Lodger/28/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Ann Stonham/Lodger/2/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/Jonathan Carlowe/Farm Labourer/46/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Hannah Carlowe/Wife/49/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Robert Carlowe/Son, Farm Labourer/18/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Carlowe/Daughter/14/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Alfred Halls/Son in Law, Farm Labourer/22/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliza Henn/Niece/12/Brettenham, Suffolk/Census

1851/George Pitt/Farm Labourer/21/Semer, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Pitt/Mother/64/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

William Wilding is my great grandfather who later marries Mary Cole in Raydon, Suffolk in 1875. They have nine children, of whom Robert Wilding is my grandfather; Robert is living in Romford by 1901. Robert Wilding, aged 21 in the 1851 census was listed as  Robert Carlow in the 1841 census, son of Mary Wilding and Robert Carlow. Robert marries Caroline Death on the 17th November 1850. Caroline is one of three sisters, all daughters of Joshua Rosier Death who marry into the Wilding family. Robert and Caroline and family are living in Hadleigh in the 1861 census.
1851/Robert Wilding/Farm Labourer/21/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Caroline Wilding/Wife/20/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Wilding/Son/2 months/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

James Girt married Maria Wilding, Maria was the daughter of Thomas Wilding and Rebecca Peartree.
1851/James Girt/Farm Labourer/29/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Maria Girt/Wife/26/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/May Girt/Daughter/5/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Girt/Son/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Girt/Son/11 months/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Girt/Mother/62/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census

Jane Wilding (nee Game) was previously married to William Wilden. She is the mother of Mary Wilding, i.e. my many times great grandmother.
1851/Benj Salmon/Farm Labourer/20/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Salmon/Brother/18/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Unice Salmon/Mother, Workwoman, Widow/47/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Lidia Salmon/Sister/14/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Jane Wilding/Grandmother, Widow/87/Often, Suffolk/Census

1851/Hannah Carlow/Charwoman/55/Brent Eleigh, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliza Brett/Daughter, Wool Spinner/27/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Harriet Girt/Grand Daughter/12/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Ann Girt/Grand Daughter/7/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ellen Brett/Grand Daughter/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/Robert Carlow/Farm Labourer/41/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Carlow/Wife/52/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Elijah Wright married Maria Wilding in October 1846. Maria Wilding was the daughter of William Wilding and Elizabeth Stiff.
1851/Elijah Wright/Farm Labourer/27/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Maria Wright/Wife/28/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Wright/Daughter/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Edward Stonham married Elizabeth Taylor. Elizabeth is the first wife of James Rosier Death, and the mother of the three Death sisters, i.e. Caroline, Harriet and Charlotte. These three sisters all married into the Wilding family.
1851/Edward Stonham/Farm Labourer/64/Wattisham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Elizabeth Stonham/Wife/47/Monks Eleigh, Suffolk/Census
1851/Robert Stonham/Son/11/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Emely Stonham/Daughter/7/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Susan Stonham/Daughter/5/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/David Manning/Farm Labourer/33/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ann Manning/Wife/25/Cavendish, Suffolk/Census
1851/Richard Manning/Son/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Church Farm
1851/Thomas Makin//Widow/64/Monks Eleigh, Suffolk/Census

Zacharias is the son of John Wilden and Sarah Peartree.
1851/Zachariah Wilding/Farm Labourer/25/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliz Wilding/Wife/23/Bildeston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Wilson Wilding/Son/5 months/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/William Mulley/Thatcher/48/Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliz Mulley/Wife/52/Austrey, Warwickshire/Census
1851/Eliz Mulley/Daughter/12/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Harriet Mulley/Daughter/9/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William/Manning/Grandson/4/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/James Manning/Farm Labourer/48/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Manning/Wife/48/Lincolnshire/Census
1851/Lucy Manning/Daughter/13/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Manning/Son/9/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Frederic Manning/Son/5/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliz Manning/Daughter/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/George Pitt/Farm Labourer/31/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Pitt/Wife/26/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/James Pitt/Son/9/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Harriet Sarah Pitt/Daughter/6/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/James Proctor/Coal Carter/38/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Louisa Proctor/Wife/37/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Palfrey/Son in Law, Labourer/20/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Proctor/Son/16/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/James Proctor/Son/14/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Proctor/Daughter/8/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/George Proctor/Son/6/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Robert Proctor/Son/4/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ellen Proctor/Daughter/2/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/John Pitt/Farm Labourer/34/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliza Pitt/Wife/31/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Walter Pitt/Son/9/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Arthur Pitt/Son/7/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Robert Pitt/Son/4/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ellen Pitt/Daughter/2/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Jonathan Head is married to Sarah Wilden in December 1811. Sarah is the daughter of John Wilden and Sarah Cracknell
1851/Jonathan Head/Farm Labourer/75/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Head/Wife/65/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Head/Son, Farm Labourer/39/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Head/Daughter, Teacher/37/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Head/Son, Farm Labourer/21/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Girt/Grandson/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Thomas Wilding was previously married to Rebecca Peartree (she died in 1849). Thomas was the son of William Wilding and Jane Games.
1851/Thomas Wilding/Farm Labourer, Widow/53/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Wilding/Daughter/17/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Thomas Wilding/Son/11/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Hills/Cousin, Farm Labourer/20/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

Henry Pitt is married to Harriet Wilding. Harriet is the daughter of Thomas Wilding and Rebecca Peartree
1851/Henry Pitt/Farm Labourer/27/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Harriet Pitt/Wife/28/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Emma Pitt/Daughter/5/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Pitt/Son/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Pitt/Son/1 month/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/William Pitt/Farm Labourer, Widow/53/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sophia Pitt/Daughter/17/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/Benj Salmon/Infirm/71/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Martha Salmon/Wife/69/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census

Alfred Wilding marries Mary Ann Manning in January 1850.  Alfred is the son of John Wilden and Sarah Peartree.
1851/John Manning/Farm Labourer, Widow/49/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Alfred Wilding/Son in Law, Farm Labourer/22/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Wilding/Daughter/20/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Hannah Wilding/Grand Daughter/1/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/John Brett/Farm Labourer/52/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Brett/Wife/52/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Ann Brett/Daughter/17/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Cornelius Brett/Son, Farm Labourer/13/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Walter George Brett/Grandson/10/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

William Death married Hannah Read.
1851/William Death/Carpenter/56/Hitcham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Hannah Death/Wife/55/Trimley, Suffolk/Census

Thomas Wilding marries Harriet Death. She is one of the three daughters of of Joshua Rosier Death who marry into the Wilding family. Thomas is the son of William Wilding & Elizabeth Stiff.
1851/Thos Wilding/Farm Labourer/36/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Harriet Wilding/Wife/23/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliz Wilding/Daughter/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Wilding/Daughter/3 months/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Susan Wilding/Visitor, Dressmaker/37/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/George Manning/Farm Labourer/30/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Maria Manning/Wife/28/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Emma Manning/Daughter/3/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Manning/Daughter/10 months/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/James Wright/Farm Labourer/53/Chelsworth, Suffolk/Census
1851/Maria Wright/Wife/48/Chelsworth, Suffolk/Census
1851/Oriel Wright/Son, Farm Labourer/16/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Lucy Wright/Daughter/15/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/James Wright/Farm Labourer/25/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Eliza Wright/Wife/29/Battisford, Suffolk/Census
1851/Amy Wright/Daughter/2/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Frances Wright/Daughter/2 months/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/Jeremiah Girt/Farm Labourer, Widow/35/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Mary Ann Girt/Daughter/15/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Samuel Girt/Son, Farm Labourer/13/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sarah Girt/Daughter/10/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census
1851/William Girt/Son/6/Kettlebaston, Suffolk/Census

1851/John Barton/Farnmer of 240 acres employing 9 men and 3 boys/53/Bildeston, Suffolk/Census
1851/Elizth Barton/Wife/52/Cockfield, Suffolk/Census
1851/Thos John Barton/Son/20/Raydon, Suffolk/Census
1851/Joseph Gosling Barton/Daughter/18/Raydon, Suffolk/Census
1851/Elizth Barton/Daughter/16/Raydon, Suffolk/Census
1851/Sophia Purkis/House Servant/20/Cockfield, Suffolk/Census

# end Kettlebaston 1851 census ##

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