The Corker Cork-Cutters
Census returns, maintained by The National Archives, can be viewed
at the Ancestry family history website.
Note: In the 1841 census, the age was rounded down to the nearest five for those aged 15 or over.
|Name||Age||Occupation||Born in County?|
|1841 census – High Street, Worcester Reference: HO107/1209/18 (folio 9, p. 12)|
|Daniel Corker||60||Cork Cutter||N|
|Richard Philips||20||M S [male servant]||Y|
|Emma Llewellyn||14||F S [female servant]||Y|
Daniel Corker and Susanna Davis were married on 7 October 1833 at
St Swithun’s Church, Worcester, Worcestershire (FamilySearch Historical Records online).
|Name and relation to
Head of household
|1851 census – 101 High Street, Worcester Reference: HO107/2042 (folio 710, p. 3)|
|Daniel Corker||Head||Married||72||Cork manufacturer||Old [Gravel] Lane, London|
|Susanna Corker||Wife||Married||54||Leominster [Herefordshire]|
|Mary Papps||Lodger||Unmarried||43||Christ Church, Bristol|
|William Linton||Lodger||Unmarried||20||Solicitor's clerk||Evesham [Worcestershire]|
|S Linton||Lodger||Widow||56||Annuitant|| Hampton, |
|1861 census – 2 Fish Street, Worcester Reference: RG09/2094 (folio 6, p. 5)|
|Daniel Corker||Head||Married||82||Cork manufacturer||London|
|Susanna Corker||Wife||Married||65||Stay maker||Leominster [Herefordshire]|
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