1 Dugan’s Court

1851 Census

Robert Cleg (Eley) : Tailor : 51 yrs

Hannah : 49 yrs

Thomas : Tailor : 20 yrs

May Ann : Tailoress : 9 yrs



1861 Census


Robert Eley : Tailor : 62 yrs

Robert Williamson : Labourer : 26 yrs

Mary A : 18 yrs


Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 21 May 1887

Ann Roberts, 32, of Dugan’s Court, was charged on remand with Attempting to Commit Suicide by tying a rope round her neck - The report from the Chaplain showed that the woman had expressed herself to the effect that she had no intention of committing suicide, but had done what she did to frighten her husband - He now promised to look after his wife so the accused was discharged.


1891 Census

John Roberts : Licensed Boatman : 37 yrs

Annie : 34 yrs

Alice E : 10 yrs

William J : 8 yrs

Eliza A : 4 yrs

Emily : 2 yrs

Charles J : 4 months

 

2 Dugan’s Court

1851 Census

William Stiggins : Brewer’s Drayman : 28 yrs

1861 living at 26 Penny St, carter, 33 yrs

1871 living at 26 Penny St, brewer’s carter, 42 yrs

1881 living at 26 Pennys St, nightwatchman, 52 yrs

Eliza : 26 yrs

Mary Ann Saite : 26 yrs



1861 Census


Elizabeth Green : Laundress : 30 yrs

Mary : Laundress : 12 yrs

Charles : 7 yrs

James : 2 yrs


Ellen Stone : Dressmaker : 30 yrs

Eleanor : 8 yrs

Alfred : 5 yrs

George : 4 yrs


Jane Moon : Seamstress : 43 yrs

Charles : Seaman : 18 yrs

Robert : 9 yrs


Phillip Gillingham : Shoemaker : 37 yrs

Eliza : Boot Binder : 43 yrs


John Bright : Seaman : 45 yrs

Matilda : Dressmaker : 33 yrs

Louisa : 11 yrs

Matilda : 10 yrs

William : 8 yrs


Charlotte Thomson : Cook : 28 yrs

Elizabeth : 5 yrs



1871 Census

Charles Dodd : Labourer : 43 yrs

Elizabeth : 45 yrs

James : Labourer : 14 yrs

William : 12 yrs

John : 10 yrs

Albert E : 8 yrs

George : 5 yrs

Henry : 3 yrs

 

3 Dugan’s Court

1851 Census

William Dean : Greenwich Pensioner : 51 yrs

1841 living at Kitchener St Portsea, 40 yrs

Harriet : 50 yrs

Penelope Shanton : 20 yrs

William Dean : Labourer : 14 yrs

Steven : 8 yrs


William Jonson : Labourer : 36 yrs

Elizabeth : Laundress : 27 yrs


George Talbot : Corporal, 7th Fusiliers : 28 yrs

Margaret : 27 yrs

James Samuel : 1 yr


Jane Hardman : Soldier’s Wife : 35 yrs

John : 10 yrs


Margaret Edwards :  Soldier’s Wife : 28 yrs

Sarah Ann : 10 months


Matilda Godwin : 26 yrs

Thomas : 5 yrs

Charles : 2 yrs


Edward Rance : Stone Mason : 47 yrs

George : Labourer ; 16 yrs



1861 Census

Mary A Dowley : Carpenter’s Wife : 38 yrs

Jane : 5 yrs

Kate : 2 yrs



1871 Census

Mary Ann Lubeck : Seamstress : 56 yrs

Hannah Knut : Seamstress : 23 yrs

William : Labourer : 22 yrs

Ellen Stakeley : Seamstress : 60 yrs

Edward Seaton : Army Pensioner : 60 yrs

 

4 Dugan’s Court

1861 Census

Unoccupied



1871 Census

John Checknett : Cabman : 34 yrs

1881 : Cab Driver 43 yrs, living at 1 Dugan’s Court with Elizabeth 42 yrs, Sarah 16 yrs, Rosina 14 yrs, William 10 yrs, Robert 8 yrs, Louisa 5 yrs, George 3 yrs

Elizabeth : 32 yrs

Elizabeth : 11 yrs

Eleanor : 8 yrs

Sarah : 6 yrs

Rosina : 4 yrs

Edith : 2 yrs

William H : 9 months

 

5 Dugan’s Court

 

6 Dugan’s Court

 

32 Dugan’s Court

Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 21 May 1887
Thursday - Before E M Wells, G Curtis, G E Kent, J Moody and R Marvin Esqs
Attempted Suicide - Ann Roberts, 32 Dugan’s Court was charged on remand with attempting to commit suicide by tying a rope round her neck.  The report was from the Chaplain showed that the woman has expressed herself to the effect that she had no intention of committing suicide, but had done what she did in order to frighten her husband.  He now promised to look after his wife, so the accused was discharged.

 
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