NameAgnes BROWN , 3C2R
Birth1890, Luton, Bedfordshire
FatherJames BROWN (~1860-)
Notes for Agnes BROWN
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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