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Annie Loake


NameAnnie Loake     descendant tree, etc
FatherArthur Loake
MotherAmelia Andrews
Bornabout 1904  (source: England & Wales Census)

1841 Census

1851 Census

1861 Census

1871 Census

1881 Census

1891 Census

1901 Census

1911 Census : Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire
Cottage Houses. High StCensus date: 2 April 1911
NameRelationCond.M.F.OccupationBirthplaceInfo.
Walter LoakeInmate 13 SchoolKettering  Northamptonshire
Florence LoakeInmate 9 SchoolKettering 
Annie LoakeInmate 7 SchoolKettering 
Doris LoakeInmate 11 SchoolKettering 
Polly LoakeInmate 5 SchoolKettering 
Albert CoeInmate 13 SchoolDesborough 
Part of the Kettering Union. Cottage Homes were created to provide more suitable accommodation than the Workhouse for needy children. The Loake children are believed to be all from one family- their father was in prison and their mother and two other children were in the main workhouse. Other inmates not transcribed

1939 Census

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