NameJames BROWN , 2C3R
Birthabt 1860, Luton, Bedfordshire
OccupationStraw Hat Blocker
FatherJohn Thomas BROWN (1839-)
MotherAnn (~1837-)
Spouses
OccupationStraw Hat Sewer
Marriage16 Apr 1881, Luton, Bedfordshire
ChildrenAnnie (~1881-)
 Henry (~1883-)
 Ethel Beatrice (~1885-)
 Agnes (1890-)
 Bert (~1893-)
 Frederick (~1897-)
 Horace (~1898-)
 Olive Maud (~1900-)
Notes for James BROWN
In the 1861 census Guilford Street, Luton, Bedfordshire.
Head Francis M. Brown, age 47, Organist, born St. Albans, Hertfordshire.
Wife Hannah Brown, age 47 [This differs from her baptism records.] born London, Middlesex.
Son John Brown, age 19, married, flocker?, born St. Albans, Hertfordshire.
Daughter in law Ann Brown, age 21, bonnet sewer, born Littleton, Hertfordshire.
Son Frederic Brown, age 16, shopman, born St. Albans.
Son Philip Brown, age 12, scholar, born St. Albans. 2 lodgers.
Grandson James Brown, age 1, born Luton.
Grandson Frederic Brown, age 9 months, born Luton.

In the 1871 census New Town Road, Luton, Bedfordshire.
John Thomas Brown, age 31, Block Maker, born St. Albans, Hertfordshire.
Wife Ann Brown, age 33, born Berkhamsted, Buckinghamshire.
Son James Brown, age 11, scholar, born Luton, Bedfordshire.
Son Frederick Brown, age 10, scholar, born Luton.
Daughter Louisa Brown, age 8, scholar, born Luton.
Daughter Helen Brown, age 6, scholar, born Luton.
Son Francis Brown, age 5, scholar, born Luton.
Daughter Agnes Brown, age 3, scholar, born Luton.
Son Joseph Brown, age 1, born Luton.

In the 1881 census 55 Boyle Street, Luton, Bedfordshire.
Head John Brown, age 41, straw hat block maker, born not known.
Wife Ann Brown, age 67 [obviously an error], straw had sewer, born Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire.
Son James Brown, unmarried, age 21, straw hat blocker, born Luton.
Daughter Hellen [as spelled] Brown, unmarried, age 16, straw hat sewer, born Luton.
Son Frank Brown, age 15, errand boy, born Luton.
Daughter Agnes Brown, age 12, scholar, born Luton.
Son Joseph Brown, age 10, scholar, born Luton.
Daughter Kate Brown, age 8, scholar, born Luton.
Son John Brown, age 4, born Luton.

Parish Records Saint Mary, Luton, Bedfordshire.
Marriage April 16, 1881 James Brown, age 21, father John Brown and Fanny Butterfield, age 21, father George Butterfield.

In the 1891 census 8 Ebenezer Street, Luton, Bedfordshire.
Head James Brown, age 32, straw hat blocker, worker, born Luton.
Wife Fanny Brown, age 32, straw hat sewer, worker, born Luton.
Daughter Annie Brown, age 10, born Luton.
Son Henry Brown, age 8, born Luton.
Daughter Ethel B. Brown, age 6, born Luton.
Daughter Agnes Brown, age 11 months, born Luton.

In the 1901 census 8 Ebenezer Street, Luton, bedfordshire.
Head James Brown, age 44, straw hat blocker, worker, born Luton.
Wife Fanny Brown, age 44, straw hat sewer, woke, born Luton.
Son Harry Brown, single, age 19, straw hat blocker, worker, born Luton.
Daughter Beatrice Brown, single, age 16, straw hat finisher, worker, born Luton.
Daughter Agnes Brown, age 11, born Luton.
Son Bert Brown, age 8, born Luton.
Son Fred Brown, age 4, born Luton.
Son Horace Brown, age 3, born Luton.
Daughter Olive Brown, age 1, born Luton.

In the 1911 census 98 Langley Street, Luton, Bedfordshire.
Head James Brown, age 51, blocker (straw work) for straw hat company, worker, born Luton.
Wife Fanny Brown, married 30 years, 10 children born alive, 8 still living, born Luton.
Daughter Agnes Brown, single, age 20, straw work finisher, worker, born Luton.
Son Frederick Brown, age 15, errand boy, grocery trade, worker, born Luton.
Son Horace Brown, age 13, school, born Luton.
Daughter Maud Brown, age 11, school, born Luton.
The home had 5 rooms.
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