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Baptism 06 march 1814 St Michaels, East Ardsley


1841 census 
Place               Alverthorpe with thornes District 19 Yorkshire
source              HO 107 piece 1271/4 Folio 6 page 4
Dwelling            Brandy CARR

John      Ramsden   69  Gardener                         Y
Ann       Ramsden   69                                   Y
James     Ramsden   25  Butcher                          Y
Jesse     Ramsden   20  Gardener                         Y
Elizabeth Ramsden    6                                   Y

Wakefield House of Correction, June 1843
no.1887, Wednesday 13th June 1844
James RAMSDEN, Butcher, Single, Mother living.
Born at Wakefield, Outwood. Lives with his 
mother Ann Ramsden at Wakefield Outwood.

Aged 28  Height 5ft 9 in. Read Testiment, 
Write imperfectly. Religion Church
Complextion - fresh, Eyes - Grey, Hair - Brown,
A Cut on the 2nd finger of Left hand James Ramsden

Violently assaulting William Ramsden at Alverthorpe with Thornes
12 Cal months or fined 
surities himself in 40 and 2 in 20 each

13 decr. Maut of surities 12 cal months, lib 14 dec
14 decr. Assault 2 cal months, Lib same day 
25 April Maut of surities 12 csl months, lib 30 april

His brother Thomas & Siter Mary were imp here 
25th november 1834.

1851 Census 
Source             HO 107 piece 2328      Folio 307 page 13      
Place              Alverthorpe with Thornes, District 1m
Dwelling           schedule 48, Brandy Carr     
Ann            Ramsden   head  W   78                                  Middleton
Bryan          Ramsden   son   m   33     Gardener                     Alverthorpe
Sarah Ann      Ramsden   DIL   m   33     ( dau of Martha Saville)     Alverthorpe 
Joseph Saville Ramsden   Gson  u    3                                  Alverthorpe   
John           Ramsden   np    u   12                                  London, middx  
James          Ramsden lodger  m   35     Butcher                      Alverthorpe   
Why is James listed as lodger not son

James occupation burtcher not found in 1861 niether is there an obvious death for him 1851-61
no does he appear in Wakefield Prison Records
Possible death James Ramsden buried Alverhorpe 24th Aug 1863
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