When the 1861 census was recorded the couple and 2 children were living
at 3 Park Cottages in Hurstpierpoint. James was then a 28 year old
labourer and Elizabeth was 21. In 1871, the family were living at
11 Charlton Street in Steyning and James was earning his living as an
engine driver. By 1881 the family had moved to 7 St. James Square
in Portslade, Sussex and James was a labourer. In 1891 the family
were living at 6 St. James Square and James was an agricultural
labourer. They were still at the same address in 1901 and James
was a 68 year old jobbing gardener.
Alice Woolgar was born about 1859 in Hurstpierpoint.
She was a year old in 1861. In 1871 she was an 11 year old
Arthur Woolgar was born in 1861 in Hurstpierpoint. At
the time of the 1861 census he was 3 months old.
Woolgar was born in the
second quarter of 1863 in Steyning. He was an 8 year old
scholar in 1871. In 1881 he was a 17 year old labourer and the
eldest of his siblings living at home. In 1891 he was an
unmarried 27 year old gas labourer living with his parents. He
was a single 38 year old cabman/groom in 1901 and living with his
Woolgar was born in the first
quarter of 1865 in Steyning. He died aged 42 years and his
death was registered in the third quarter of 1906 in the Brighton
registration district. He was a 6 year old scholar in 1871.
In 1881 he was a 16 year old labourer.
Edith Matilda Lassetter in the
fourth quarter of 1890 in the Steyning registration district.
Edith was born about 1871 in Portslade or Steyning and was the
daughter of George Lassetter (1824-1877) and
Elizabeth Brown (1828-1908). As a widow she
married Edward Clements in the third quarter of
1908 in the Steyning registration district.
When the 1901 census was recorded the family were living at 15 East
Street, Portslade, although on census night Herbert was not at home.
Herbert and Edith had the following children:
James George Woolgar was born in 1892 in
Portslade. At the time of the 1901 census he was 9 years
old. He died in 1940. James married Caroline
Upperton in the third quarter of 1918. Caroline
was born in 1892 in Southwick and was the daughter of John Upperton (1855-1941) and
Frederick Woolgar was born in 1895 in Portslade.
In 1901 he was 6 years old. He married Florence
Edith Woolgar was born in 1898 in Portslade.
In 1901 she was 3 years old. She married Roland
Ernest Woolgar was born in 1900 in Portslade.
In 1901 he was a year old. He married Elsie Smith.
Alexandra Woolgar was born in 1904. She married
Robert James Smith.
Ena May Woolgar was born in the second quarter
of 1906. She married Patrick Braizer.
Henry Woolgar married
Jane Woolgar was born about 1867 in Steyning. In 1871
she was a 4 year old scholar. She was an unmarried 24 years
old laundress in 1891 and living at home with her parents.
Woolgar was born about 1868/9 in
Steyning. He was 2 years old in 1871. In 1881 he was a
13 year old labourer.
was born in the third quarter of 1870 in
Steyning. She died in 1892. At the time of the 1871
census she was 7 months old. She was 10 years old in 1881.
Bessie married Frederick Lassetter. He was
born in 1868 and was the son of George Lassetter
(1824-1877) and Elizabeth Brown (1828-1908).
Maria Woolgar was born about 1873 in Steyning. She
was an 8 year old scholar in 1881. In 1891 she was a 19 year
old general domestic servant living at home. In 1901 she was a
30 year old widow and domestic cook living with her parents.
James Dartnell in the fourth quarter
of 1894 in the Steyning registration district.
James and Maria had 1 known son.
James Dartnell was born about 1896 in Portslade.
He was 5 years old in 1901 and living with his mother and
was born about 1875 in Steyning. In
1881 he was a 6 year old scholar. He was a 16 year old
agricultural labourer in 1891.
was born about 1876 in Steyning. He was
a 5 year old scholar.
Edith N. Woolgar
was born about 1878 in
Steyning. In 1881 she was a 3 year old scholar.
was born about 1879 in Steyning. She
was 2 years old in 1881. In 1891 she was a 12 year old
Charlotte Woolgar was born in 1880 in Steyning. At
the time of the 1881 she was 8 months old. The 1891 census
records that she was 10 year old Lottie Woolgar and
she was a scholar. In 1901, Lottie was a 20 year old
laundreymaid and living at home.
William Woolgar was born about 1883 in Steyning, as per the
1891 census, which notes that he was an 8 year old scholar.
The 1901 census records that 18 year old William was the nephew of
James and Elizabeth. The 1891 census does say he and Robert
were sons of James and Elizabeth.
Robert Woolgar was born about 1885 in Portslade. He
was a 6 year old scholar in 1891.