Number on the List - 22 George Fieldsend
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Summary of Mr. Lockwood's reports upon Children Boarded-out under the care of the Millbrook Boarding-out Committee.
George Fieldsend is in the Fourth Standard at school. His foster mother gave him a good character, and stated that until about three months ago when he was laid up for several days with a severe cold, his health had been very good. He is not a strong-looking boy. He told the inspector in reply to questions, "that he was well-fed, had not too much to do, and was kindly treated by both foster parents". He sleeps in a small room by himself.
Possible location of George Fieldsend in the 1881 Census - RG11/1634 - Page 12
Village, Houghton Conquest, Ampthill, Bedfordshire.
|Surname||Given Name||Relation to Head||Condition as to Marriage||Age||Profession Occupation||Where Born|
|BURNAGE||George||Head||Mar.||62||General Labourer||Houghton Conquest, Beds.|
|BURNAGE||Sarah||Wife||Mar.||61||Lace Maker||Ampthill, Beds.|
|BURNAGE||John||Son||Um.||19||Under Groom||Houghton Conquest, Beds.|