1891 Census

Scolton Hall, Walton, Pembrokeshire, Wales

John Donald George Higgon, head, 48, retired Capt. Royal Artillery & J.P. of the County of Pembrokeshire, b. Walton,

Edith Emily Higgon, wife, 30, b. Liverpool, Lancashire

Frances Edith Higgon, daughter, 9, b. Spittal, Pembrokeshire

John Arthur Higgon, son, 7, b. Spittal

Victor James Higgon, son, 4, b. Spittal

Archibald Belliers Higgon, 1 months, b. Spittal

Alice Edith Allford, 24, visitor, b. Folke, Dorset, England

Dora Mary Allford, 52, widow, visitor, b. Narborough, Leicestershire, England

Elizabeth Clarke, 25, visitor, b. Ireland

Eliza Davies, 23, house maid, b. St. Dogwells, Pembrokeshire

Mary Ann Edwards, 19, under dairymaid, b. Rudbaxton, Pembrokeshire

Mary Jermin, 51, cook, b. Loveston, Pembrokeshire

Ellen Jane Page, 29, parlour maid, b. Walton

Anne Phillips, 47, domestic dairymaid, widow, b. Bletherston, Pembrokeshire

Mary Phillips, 20, kitchen maid, b. Rudbaxton

Mary Ann Rees, 24, nurse, b. Newport, Monmouthshire

William Jones Rees, 18, stable boy groom domestic, b. Basingstoke, Hampshire, England

See below

In 1913, he married Isobel Denroche Smith.  For census details of her, see the record for Archibald Denroche Smith

1901 Census

Hillingdon Boys School, East Hillingdon, Middx.

The road or house appears to be called Evelyns.  The head master and his wife were called Godfrey and Frances Morley.

Archibald Denroche Smith, pupil, 10, b. Scotland.


Links to Scolton Manor House and Country Park, and the Higgon family.




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