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William (3) Stubbs was born to parents Joseph (1) Stubbs and his wife Harriet (nee Reddish). He was christened on January 8th 1809 at St. Mary, Nottingham.
The 1841 Census finds him at (rounded) age "30" living alone in Wood's Yard, St. Peter in Nottingham, where he was occupied as a journeyman trimmer.
In 1844 he married Harriet Bourne [Marriage Index: Leek 17 51, 1844 (March)]. She was probably the child christened on September 6th 1819 at Norton-in-the-Moors, Staffordshire to parents John Bourne and Mary [IGI: Batch C010173].
The 1851 Census finds him living with Harriet and two children in South Street, Basford in Nottingham where he was occupied as a national schoolmaster. His brother John (3) was also a schoolmaster for much of his life, whilst his brother Edmund Horatio (1) was a school governor. Harriet's age is given - and probably under-cited - as "28" and her birthplace as Leek which lies about 7 miles north-east of Norton-in-the-Moors.
Harriet died in early 1855 [Death Index: Basford 7b 85, 1855 (March)].
The 1861 Census finds William (3) widowed at age "50" and living with his two children Emma (2) and Edwin (1) at 2, Mansfield Road in Basford, adjoining the "National School" there, where he was again occupied as a schoolmaster.
William (3) died in 1862 [Death Index: Basford 7b 65, 1862 (Dec)].
The 1861 Census finds Emma (2) aged "16" living with her widowed father in Basford and occupied as a housekeeper. In 1870 she married James Thomas Webster Wilson [Marriage Index: Nottingham 7b 221, 1870 (March)]. He was born around 1843-44 in Scalford, Leicestershire. The 1871 Census finds them, with no children, living at 10, Euston Cottages, St. Mary, Nottingham where James was occupied as a solicitor's general clerk. The 1881 Census finds them living with five children at 239, Mansfield Road in Basford where James was occupied as a solicitor's managing clerk. They have not been found in the 1891 Census. The 1901 Census finds them living with four children at 61, Burford Road in Nottingham where James was again occupied as a solicitor's clerk. James died aged "79" in 1923 [Death Index: Nottingham 7b 352, 1923 (June)].
The 1861 Census finds Edwin (1) aged "14" living with his widowed father in Basford and occupied as a clerk in a lace warehouse. He has not been found in the 1871 Census. He died aged "26" in early 1873 [Death Index: Nottingham 7b 143, 1873 (March)].