Family of James LADD and Ann

Husband: James LADD (1822-1901)
Wife: Ann <LADD> (1846- )

Husband: James LADD

Name: James LADD
Sex: Male
Father: William LADD (1778- )
Mother: Mary ORAM (1779?-1846)
Birth 1822 Erlestoke, Wiltshire
Christening 25 Aug 1822 (age 0) Erlestoke, Wiltshire
Occupation Agricultual Labourer1
Death Q4 1901 (age 78-79) Devizes Registration District, Wiltshire1

Wife: Ann <LADD>

Name: Ann <LADD>1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1846 Lacock, Wiltshire1

Note on Husband: James LADD

In 1851 he was living in the High Street, Erlestoke, Wiltshire with his Wife and 2 daughters. He was 28 years old and an Agricultural Labourer.

In 1871 he was living in Erlestoke, Wiltshire with his wife, 3 daughters and a son. He was 49 years old an an Agricultural Labourer.

In 1881 James he was a Man Servant at Erlestoke Park House, the home of Simon Watson Taylor (Head of family abroad) - Landed Proprietor. At the time on the census, his 2 daughters were in residence. They were Rose Edith Ward, married, aged 25 and from St.George, Middlesex, London and Victoria Watson Taylor, unmarried, aged 20, also from St,George, Middlesex. Also there was Hamilton Frederick Ward, Edith's son, aged 7 months from St. George. Their servants were Samuel Shellaber - Butler from Berry Pomeroy, Devon. George Dixon - Footman from Alnwick, Northumberland. Sarah Orchard - Ladies Maid from Keevil, Wiltshire. Christina Mattherson - Cook from Scotland. Kate Lindsay - Kitchen Maid from Brighton, Sussex. Eliza Smith - House Maid from Stanton St.John's, Oxfordshire. Martha Winham - Nurse from New Swindon, Wiltshire. Margaret Bansele(?) - Nurse from Crook, Durham. John Mildon - Visitor's Servant from Torquay, Devenshire. Mary Byfield - Visitor's Servant from St.George, London, Middlesex. Martha Hackney - House Maid from Hartford, Hertfordshire. Harriet Ladd, wife of James Ladd, was a House Maid, but now she says she was born in Laycock, Wiltshire. Also living there was Jessie Mattheson, son of the Cook from Clerkenwell, Middlesex. Their visitor on the census day was the Hon.Elizabeth Dicks-Ward, aged 72, a widow from Ireland.

In 1891 he was living in a cottage between Park Lodge and Brunton's Cottage, Erlestoke, Wiltshire with his wife. He was 70 years old and a General Labourer.

In 1901 he was living in West Lodge, Erlestoke, Wiltshire with his second wife Ann. He was 78 years old and a General Labourer.1

Note on Wife: Ann

In 1901 she was living in West Lodge, Erlestoke, Wiltshire with her husband James. She was 55 years old.1


1"Ancestry.Co.Uk Census Returns 1841 - 1901.".