Number on the List - 37 Mary Crawley
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Mr Cane's district. reports on Children Boarded-out under the care of the Windermere and Troutbeck United Boarding-out Committee.
Very well clad and shod. Foster parent, Mrs Wharton, a widow, having small means of her own. Has no occupation save looking after foster children, of who she has reared several. Protestant school teacher reports upon the child as "very regular and tidy". The foster mother describes her as a good child, giving no trouble. Child appears clean, well nourished and cheerful. Site of home very good. Water good and plentiful. Child sleeps with another boarded out from Bethnal Green. The state of the house was clean and moderately tidy.
Possible location of Mary Crawley in the 1881 Census - RG11/5208 - Page 14
Cannot read P---- Lane, Troutbeck, Westmorland.
|Surname||Given Name||Relation to Head||Condition as to Marriage||Age||Profession/Occupation||Where Born|
|WHITE||John||Boarder||Unm.||18||Shoemaker (Apprentice)||Bethnal Green, London|
|DAVIS||Maria||Boarder||-||16||Milliner||Bethnal Green, London|
|WHITE||Mary Ann||Boarder||-||11||Scholar||Bethnal Green, London|
|SPICER||Jane Clara||Boarder||-||8||Scholar||Bethnal Green, London|
|ROWBOTTOM||Anne Maria||Boarder||-||11||Scholar||Bethnal Green, London|