William MARKHAM was born abt. 1809 in Charlton, Northamptonshire, England. He married Hannah GIBSON 16 October 1832 in Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, England. He died bef. 05 April 1891 in Woodstock District, Oxfordshire, England. Hannah GIBSON was born bef. 06 August 1809 in Great Rissington, Gloucestershire, England. She died bet. April, 2018 and June, 1891 in Headington District, Oxfordshire, England.


Children of William MARKHAM and Hannah GIBSON are:
1. Elizabeth MARKHAM, b. bef. 16 May 1847 See Robert KNIBBS & Elizabeth MARKHAM
2. Eleanor MARKHAM, b. bef. 21 February 1833
3. Mary Anne MARKHAM, b. bef. 14 January 1835
4. Joseph MARKHAM, b. bef. 17 May 1839
5. Charles MARKHAM, b. bef. 14 May 1843
6. Sarah Ann MARKHAM, b. bef. 08 March 1846
7. Alfred MARKHAM, b. bef. 01 April 1849
8. Mary MARKHAM, b. bef. 23 February 1851
9. Harriett MARKHAM, b. bef. 17 July 1853
10. George MARKHAM, b. abt. 1834
11. Frederick MARKHAM, b. abt. 1837
12. Thomas MARKHAM, b. abt. 1840

Notes for William MARKHAM:

I have it from Peter Markham of the USA that the Markhams first moved into Middle Aston, Oxfordshire, some time just before 1785, coming from Silveston (Silverstone) in Northants. John and Hannah (Whitlock) the first parents. Then Marriott their son, and Ann (Tibbetts), William, their son and Hannah (Gibson), then Charles, their son and Hannah (Pargeter) all had large families. By 1901 however the only Markhams left in the village were the elderly Charles and Hannah. Not sure when Charles died but Hannah lived until 1910."
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In 1841, we see William and Hannah living at Middle Aston, Oxfordshire:
William Markham 30 Ag Lab
Hannah Markham 30
Ellen Markham 8
George Markham 6
Frederick Markham 4
Joseph Markham 2
Thomas Markham 5m
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William and Hannah can be seen at the 1851 census living at Middle Aston, Oxfordshire, England:
William Head m 42 Ag Lab Nth Charlton
Hannah Wife m 41 Ag Lab GLS Gt Rissington
George Son u 16 Ag Lab OXF Middle Aston
Frederick Son u 14 Ag Lab OXF Middle Aston
Joseph Son u 11 Ag Lab OXF Middle Aston
Thomas Son u 10 Ag Lab OXF Middle Aston
Charles Son u 7 Scholar OXF Middle Aston
Elizabeth Dau u 3 Scholar OXF Middle Aston
Sarah Dau u 5 Scholar OXF Middle Aston
Alfred Son u 2 Scholar OXF Middle Aston
Mary Dau u 2m
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In 1861, William was still living at Middle Aston with his wife and four of their children:
William Markham Head 52 Ag Lab Northampton Charlton
Hannah Markham Wife 51 Gloucester Great Rissington
Charles Markham Son 17 Ag Lab Oxon Middle Aston
Alfred Markham Son 12 Ag Lab Oxon Middle Aston
Mary Markham Dau 10 Scholar Oxon Middle Aston
Harriett Markham Dau 7 Scholar Oxon Middle Aston
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In 1871, we see William and Hannah at Middle Aston:
William Markham Head Mar 62 Agric Labourer Charlton Northampton
Hannah Markham Wife Mar 62 Ag Lab Wife Rissington Gloucester
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William and Hannah Markham can be seen in the 1881 census for England and Wales, living at The Village, Middle Aston, Oxfordshire.
William Head M 72 Charlton, Northampton, England Ag Lab
Hannah Wife M 71 Great Rissington, Gloucester, England

Sources for William MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,
  2. 1881 British Census,
  3. 1851 Census of Woodstock Union, Oxfordshire,
  4. FreeBMD,
  5. 1901 British Census,

Notes for Hannah GIBSON:

I believe that Hannah Gibson was the daughter of Thomas Gibson and his wife Sarah as given in the IGI.
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In 1891, William had died leaving Hannah to live at South Street, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, England at what the census desribes as the Co-Op Tenemant which was between the Co-op Store and the White Lion Inn. She was living with her son George.
Hannah Markham Wid 81 Glos Little Rissington - Imbecile
George Markham Son 56 Drayman Oxon Middle Aston
Ellen Frankling Visitor 58 oxon Middle Aston

The term "imbecile" was used quite freely at the time of the 1891 census and probably meant that she suffered from Alzheimers or Dimentia.
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I have in my possession an old family Bible that I remember my father bringing home after his father, George Levi Knibbs died. On the front cover it says "Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge 1698". Inside the front cover is written Smith, Binder. Feb 1834. Whilst the words are clearly printed onto the paper, the dates look as if they were stamped separately so I am presuming this is the date when the Bible was completed ready for sale.

Please view the pages from Hannah's Bible


Inside the front cover is written in very neat handwriting:
Hannah Markham 
Middle Aston 
Oxfordshire


Above Hannah's name there are some other names and dates which I have always suspected were related to Hannah's side of the family. However, from research by Peter Markham (who's descended from this part of the Markham family) I now understand that isn't the case.
The writing says:
James Cother died
11th April 1851
Sarah his wife died
9th Feby 1850
Emma their Daughter died
6th Nov 1838


Peter has found that James Cother was a farmer from Gloucestershire, who died in Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire. The GRO confirms he died during q2/1851 at Bloxham District. The GRO also confirms the other events recorded in the Bible: Sarah Cother died during q1/1850 (also in the Bloxham District): Emma Cother their daughter died during q4/1838 in the District of Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.
We're not sure why the Bible has entries from the Cother family. To the best of our knowledge, there is no family connection between the Cothers and Markhams.
We can see from the census that in 1851, in Middle Aston, Oxfordshire, there was a William Cother, a farmer from Gloucestershire who employed 20 men, 9 boys and 8 women. On the same page of the census return, we can see Marriott and Ann Markham who are the great grandparents of Elizabeth Markham who maried Robert Knibbs. Marriot was listed as an Agricultural Labourer, so my best guess is that Marriot Markham was one of the 20 men who worked for William Cother.

On the opposite page is written in very different writing:
J Knibbs
Married Feb 15 1895

Georges baby born august 11 phylliss evelin


J Knibbs is Hannah's grandson James. George is another of her grandsons. Phylliss Eveline would have been her great-granddaughter who was born in 1904, and probably after Hannah herself had died.
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I've conjectured that it was this Hannah Markham who died at Headington District, Oxfordshire during q2/1891, aged 81 years.

Sources for Hannah GIBSON:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,
  2. 1881 British Census,
  3. 1851 Census of Woodstock Union, Oxfordshire,
  4. FreeBMD,
  5. LDS IGI Records,

Notes for Eleanor MARKHAM:

Eleanor married James Franklin from Middleton, Northamptonshire, England at Woodstock District, Oxfordshire during q4/1854.
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In 1861, James and Eleanor were living at Middleton Road, Banbury, Oxofordshire:
James Franklin Head Mar 33 Ag Lab Northamptonshire Kings Sutton
Eleanor Franklin Wife Mar 27 Oxon Middle Aston
Harriet Franklin Daur 5 Northamptonshire Middleton Cheney
Frederick Franklin Son 3 Northamptonshire Middleton Cheney
Elizabeth Franklin Daur 4 mnths Northamptonshire Northcott
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In 1871, we see them living at Sherpherds Cottage, Watford, Bushey, Hertfordshire:
James Franklin Head Mar 44 Ag Lab Northampton Middleton Cheney
Eleanor Franklin Wife Mar 38 Oxon Middle Aston
Frederick Franklin Son 13 Stable Boy Northampton Middleton Cheney
Elizabeth Franklin Daur 10 Nurse Girl Northampton Middleton Cheney
Robert Thomas Franklin 4 Herts Bushey
James Henry Franklin Son 7mnths Herts Bushey
William George Franklin Son 7mnths Herts Bushey
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They can be seen living at Bushey Grove Cottages, Bushey, Hertford, England at the 1881 census
James Franklin Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Middleton Northampton
Eleanor Franklin Wife Mar 48 Middle Aston Oxford
Thomas Franklin Son 14 Scholar Bushey Hertford
James H Franklin Son 10 Scholar Bushey Hertford
William G Franklin Son 10 Scholar Bushey Hertford
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In 1901, Eleanor was living with her daughter Harriet and her husband at 13 Pauls Road, Bushey, Hertfordshire:
Thomas Hussey Head Mar 46 General Labourer Herts Bushey
Harriet Hussey Wife Mar 45 Banbury BNorthamptonshire
Eleanor Franklin Mother-in-Law Wid 68 Charwoman Ooxon Steeple Aston
Ruby Hough Boarder UnM 24 Hyde Art Student Painting Park London
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In 1911, she was still living with her daughter Harriet and son-in-law. They gave the address as Council Offices, Bushey, Herts:
Thomas Joseph Hussey Head Mar 55 Labourer Miller Bushey
Harriet Hussey Wife Mar 54 Caretaker Council Bushey Middleton Cheney Northamptonshire
Eleanor Franklin Mother 78 Wid Old Age Pansioner Steeple Aston Oxfordshire

Sources for Eleanor MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,

Notes for Mary Anne MARKHAM:

Sources for Mary Anne MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,

Notes for Joseph MARKHAM:

We can see Joseph Markham in the 1881 census living at Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, England.
Joseph Markham Head M 42 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Gardener
Sarah A. Markham Wife M 38 Kempcot, Leicester, England
William Markham Son 10 Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, England Gardeners Assistant
Frederick Markham Son 7 Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, England Schol
Susannah Markham Daur 6 Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, England Scholar
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We can also see Joseph in 1891, living at Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England:
Markham Joseph Head M 51Gardener Domestic Servt Oxfordshire Middle Aston
Markham Sarah Ann Wife M 47 Leicestershire Hemptead
Markham Kate Daur S 16 Warwickshire Sutton Coldfield
Biddoes Fred Visitr S 19 Domestic Staffordshire West Bromwich

Sources for Joseph MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,
  2. 1881 British Census,

Notes for Charles MARKHAM:

I think it was this Charles who married Hannah Pargeter in q1/1865 in Banbury District, Oxfordshire.
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In 1871, we see Charles living at London Street, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire:
Charles Markham Head Mar 27 Ag Lab Oxon Middle Aston
Hannah Markham Wife Mar 28 Oxon Hook Norton
Emily Markham Daur 5 Scholar Oxon Steeple Aston
John Markham Son 3 Scholar Steeple Aston
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We can see Charles Markham living at Middle Aston, Oxfordshire in 1881:
Charles Head M 37 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Ag Lab
Hannah Wife M 38 Hook Norton, Oxford, England
John M. Son 13 Steeple Aston, Oxford, England Ag Lab
William Son 11 Steeple Aston, Oxford, England Ag Lab
Henry Son 9 Steeple Aston, Oxford, England Scholar
Rose Daur 7 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Scholar
Tom Son 5 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Scholar
Alice Daur 2 Middle Aston, Oxford, England
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We can also see Charles in 1891 still living at Middle Aston:
Charles Markham Head 4? Agricultural Labourer
Hannah Markham Wife 45
Tom Markham Son 15
Alice Markham Dau 12
Albert Markham Son 9
Ethel Markham Dau ?
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And again in 1901:
Charles Markham 57 Oxford Middle Aston Middle Aston Entire Cowman
Hannah Markham 58 Oxford Hook Norton Middle Aston Entire

Sources for Charles MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,
  2. 1871 British Census,
  3. 1901 British Census,

Notes for Sarah Ann MARKHAM:

Sources for Sarah Ann MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,

Notes for Alfred MARKHAM:

I believe it was Mary Ann Matthews who married Alfred at Woodstock District, Oxfordshire during q4/1872. They can be seen at the 1881 census living at 39 Gt Tufton St., London, Middlesex, England:
Alfred MARKHAM Head M Male 32 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Tailor
Mary A. MARKHAM Wife M Female 26 Middle Barton, Oxford, England
Emma MARKHAM Daur Female 6 Middle Barton, Oxford, England
Walter F. MARKHAM Son Male 3 Westminster, Middlesex, England
Francis W. MARKHAM Son Male 1 Westminster, Middlesex, England
Mary A. BOFFIH Visitor Female 14 ...ington, Devon, England
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In 1891, we see Alfred living at 15 Wood Street, St George Hanover Square, St John Westminster, London:
Alfred Markham Head Mar 41 Tailor Oxfordshire Steeple Aston
Mary A Markham Wife Mar 36 Tailoress Oxfordshire Middle Aston
Emma Markham Daur 17 Oxfordshire Steeple Aston
Walter Markham Son 15 Printer London Westminster
Florence Markham Daur 9 London Westminster
Annie Markham Daur 7 London Westminster
William Markham Son 5 London Westminster
Albert Harper Boarder 27 Baker South Africa (British Subject)
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We see Alfred in 1901, living at 16 Wood Street, Westminster, London:
Alfred Markham Head Mar 52 Tailor Oxon Steeple Aston
Mary AQ Markham Wife Mar 46 Oxon Barton
Florence A Markham Daur 19 London Westminster
Hannah Markham Daur 17 School Teacher London Westminster
William F Markham Son 15 Metal Polisher London Westminster
John Markham Son 9 London Westminster
Lillian M Markham Daur 7 London Westminster
Margaret Markham Daur 6 London Westminster

Sources for Alfred MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,
  2. 1881 British Census,
  3. 1891 British Census,
  4. 1901 British Census,
  5. 1871 British Census,

Notes for Mary MARKHAM:

Mary married a man named Walter Drury in June quarter, 1871 at St George, Hanover Square, London, England
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We can see them in 1881 living at 51 Gt Tufton Street, London, Middlesex, England:
Walter DRURY Head M Male 30 Dedham, Essex, England Hall Porter
Mary DRURY Wife M Female 30 Middle Aston, Oxford, England
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In 1891, Walter and Mary were living at 69, Sutherland Street, St George Hanover Square, London:
Walter Drury Head Mar Hall Porter Scottish Club Essex Wexham
Mary Drury Wife Mar 40 Middle Aston
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Mary can be seen in 1901 living at 12 Medway Street, Westminster, London. She was living with her husband Walter Drury, his brother Alfred, two lodgers and someone named Bertram Phillips who is identified as a son in the census. I assume this is son of the head of the family (i.e. Mary's husband Walter Drury) so I'm a little confused over the surname Phillip
Walter Drury Head Mar 50 Hall Porter (Club House) London Westminster
Mary Drury Wife Mar 50 Oxon Middle Aston
Amy Knibbs Niece 13 Oxon Clifton
John W Gould Lodger Mar 44 Bricklayer Norfolk Buxton
Daniel Symons Lodger Widr 65 Glass Worker London Mile End
Bertram Phillips Son UnM 23 Bricklayer Sussex St Leonards
Alfred Drury Brother Mar 49 No Occupation Essex Dedham

Amy Knibbs was the daughter of Mary's sister Elizabeth who married Robert Knibbs.
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I suspect it's Mary who died at St George, Hanover Square, London, England in December quarter, 1902 aged 51 years, as per FreeBMD.

Sources for Mary MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,

Notes for Harriett MARKHAM:

Harriet married a man named James Berry in Woodstock District, Oxfordshire during q4/1873, and they can be seen in 1881 living at 14 Union Walk, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, England at the 1881 census with their son Thomas

James BERRY Head M Male 35 Leamington, Warwick, England House Keep
Harriet BERRY Wife M Female 27 Staple Aston, Oxford, England House Keeper Wife
Thomas W. BERRY Son U Male 5 Leamington, Warwick, England Schol
H. NEIL Boarder U Male 22 Worcester, England Gas Labourer
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And in 1891:
James Berry Head 40 Labourer Leamington Warwick
Harriett Berry Wife 38 Leamington Warwick
Thomas Berry Son 15 Ex Billiard Worker Leamington Warwick
Mary Berry Sister 40 Leamington Warwick Billiard Marker

Note: A Billiard Marker was a person who kept scores made by players and indicates them on a scoring board. In public billiard halls his duties also entailed things such as allocating tables, cues, chalk, and sometimes refreshment too. He coached learners, played with patrons and collected fees for use of the tables.
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In 1901, they were living at 29 Aylesford Street, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire:
James Berry Head Mar 55 Gas Purifier Wcks Leamington
Harriett Berry Wife Mar 46 Oxon Middle Aston
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In 1911, Harriet and James were living at 29 Aylesford Street, Leamington:
James Samuel Berry Head Mar 65 Gas Works Labourer Leamington Warwick
Harriet Berry Wife Mar 56 (38 Years) Steeple Aston Oxon

Sources for Harriett MARKHAM:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Steeple Aston,
  2. 1881 British Census,

Notes for George MARKHAM:

I believe George married during q4/1857 at Southam District, Warwickshire to a Susannah Atwell or Atwood.
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In 1861, he was living at Binsworth End, Southam, Warwickshire:
George Markham Head Mar 26 Ag Lab Oxon Middle Aston
Susan Markham Wife Mar 23 Warwickshire Bishop Itchington
John W Markham Son 2 Oxon Middle Aston
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In 1871, George was living at the Cottage, Southam, Bishop Wetrington(? Warrington), Warwickshire:
George Markham Head Mar 36 Labourer Oxon Middle Aston
Susannah Markham Wife Mar 33 Warwick B Itchington(?)
John W Markham Son 12 Plough Boy Oxon Middle Aston
Ann Markham Daur 10 Scholar Warwick Carbury(?)
Thomas Markham Son 8 Scholar Warwick Carbury(?)
Alfred Markham Son 6 Scholar Warwick B Itchington(?)
William Markham Son 4 Scholar Warwick B Itchingham(?)
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We can see George Markham at the 1881 census living at 30 Thornhill St., Thornhill, York, England :
George MARKHAM Head M Male 46 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Horse Driver (C Miner)
Sushannah MARKHAM Wife M Female 43 Bps Itchington, Warwick, England
John W. MARKHAM Son U Male 22 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Railway Pointsman
Thomas MARKHAM Son U Male 18 Harbury, Warwick, England Cripple
Alfred MARKHAM Son U Male 16 Bps Itchington, Warwick, England Mill Hand
William MARKHAM Son U Male 14 Bps Itchington, Warwick, England Bobbin Turner
Fred MARKHAM Son Male 9 Bps Itchington, Warwick, England Scholar
George MARKHAM Son Male 5 Thornhill, York, England Scholar
Harriett MARKHAM Daur Female 3 Thornhill, York, England
Mary E. MARKHAM Daur Female 1 Thornhill, York, England
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In 1891, Georg was living with his mother at South Street, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, England at what the census desribes as the Co-Op Tenemant which was between the Co-Op Store and the White Lion Inn:
Hannah Markham Wid 81 Glos Little Rissington - Imbecile
George Markham Son 56 Drayman Oxon Middle Aston
Ellen Frankling Visitor 58 oxon Middle Aston
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In 1901, he can be seen living at Thornhill, York, England working as a Retail Green Grocer:
George Markham 66 Oxon Middle Aston York Thornhill Green Grocer Reta
Susannah Markham 63 Warwickshire Itchington York Thornhill
Ellen Markham 24 Yorks Batley Yorks Thornhill Blanket Weaver
George Markham 13 Yorks Dewsbury Yorks Thornhill School
George Markham 25 Yorks Thornhill Yorks Thornhill Railway Drayman

His sons John and Thomas are also still living in the same town but I didn't check to see their marital status.
John Markham 42 Warwickshire N K Yorks Thornhill Teamer At Gas Wor
Thomas Markham 38 Warwickshire Harbury York Thornhill General Labourer
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I think it's probably this George's wife Susannah who died in Dewsbury District, Yorkshire during q4/1904 aged 67, followed by George himself who died in Dewsbury District, Yorkshire during q4/1914 aged 79.
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In 1911, George was living at 11 Kaye Street, Savile Town, Dewsbury, Yorkshire:
George Driver Head 55 Mar Rag Warehouseman Rickinghall Suffolk
Annie Driver Wife Mar (30 years) Harbury Warwickshire
George Markham Boarder 76 Wid Middleaston Oxfordshire

Sources for George MARKHAM:

  1. 1851 Census of Woodstock Union, Oxfordshire,
  2. FreeBMD,
  3. 1881 British Census,
  4. 1861 British Census,
  5. 1871 British Census,
  6. 1891 British Census,

Notes for Frederick MARKHAM:

I believe it's probably this Frederick Markham who married Mary Bennett during q1/1858 in Oxford District, Oxfordshire.
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We see Frederick in 1861 living at Paines Street, Woodstock, Deddington, Oxfordshire:
Frederick Markham Head Mar 22 Lab Oxon Middle Aston
Mary Ann Markham Wife Mar 21 Oxon Steeple Aston
John Henry Masrkham Son 1 Oxon Steeple Aston
Mary Ann Markham Daur 3m Oxon Steeple Aston
Elizabeth Markham Sister UnM 13 Oxon Middle Aston
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In 1871, Frederick was living at the Cottage, Southam, Bishop Wetrington, Warwickshire:
Fredrick Markham Head Mar 34 Lab. in Stone Quarry Oxon Middlle Aston
Mary A Markham Wife Mar 31 Oxon Steeple Aston
John A Markham Son 11 Plough Boy Oxon Steeple Aston
Mary A Markham Daur 10 Scholar Oxon Steeple Aston
George Markham Son 8 Scholar Warwick B Itchington
Fanny Markham Daur 6 Scholar Warwick B Itchington
Harry Markham Son 1m Warwick B Itchington
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Frederick Markham can be seen at the 1881 census living at 24 Walker St., Thornhill, York, England :
Fredrick MARKHAM Head M Male 44 Steeple Aston, Oxford, General Laborer
Mary Ann MARKHAM Wife M Female 41 Steeple Aston, Oxford, Household Duties
John Hy. MARKHAM Son U Male 21 Steeple Aston, Oxford, Teamer & Carter
Mary Ann MARKHAM Daur U Female 20 Steeple Aston, Oxford, Woollen Cloth Weaver
Fanny MARKHAM Daur U Female 16 Itchington, Warwick, No Employme
Harry MARKHAM Son Male 11 Itchington, Warwick, Scholar
Jesse MARKHAM Son Male 5 Thornhill, York, Scholar
Ernest MARKHAM Son Mal 3 Thornhill, York
Vincent MARKHAM Son Male 1 Thornhill, York
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In 1891, Frederick had moved north and was living at 16 The Green, Stockton, Durham:
Frederick Markham Head Mar 54 Geberal Labourer Oxfordshire Middle Barton
Mary A Markham Wife Mar 51 Oxfordshire Steeple Barton
George Markham Son UnM 28 General Labourer Warwickshire Bishop Itchington
Jesse Markham Son 15 General Labourer Yorkshire Thornhill Lets(?)
Ernest Markham Son 13 Errand Boy Yorkshire Thornhill Lets(?)
Frederick Markham Son 11 Scholar Yorkshire Thornhill Lets(?)
Walter Markham Son 8 Scholar Yorkshire Thornhill Lets(?)
Elsie Markham Daur 4 Durham Middlesbro
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Frederick can be seen at the 1901 census living at Norton, Durham. England.
Frederick Markham 64 Middle Aston Oxfordshire Durham Norton General Labourer
Mary Markham 61 Oxfordshire South Aston Durham Norton

His sons Ernest and Vincent were living in the same town but I didn't check to see their marital status or where they were living:
Ernest Markham 23 Yorkshire Thornhill Lees Durham Norton Bricklayers Labourer
Vincent Markham 21 Yorkshire Thornhill Lees Durham Norton
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In 1911, Frederick was living at 14 Page Terrace, Norton-on-Tees, Durham, England:
Frederick Markham Head 74 Married Gewneral Labourer Middle Aston Oxford
Mary A Markham Wife 71 Mar (53 years) Steeple Aston Oxford
Vincent Markham UnM 31 Lees Moor Dewsbury Yorks
Elsie W Markham UnM 24 Middlesbrough Yorks

Sources for Frederick MARKHAM:

  1. 1851 Census of Woodstock Union, Oxfordshire,
  2. 1881 British Census,
  3. 1891 British Census,
  4. 1901 British Census,
  5. 1861 British Census,
  6. 1871 British Census,

Notes for Thomas MARKHAM:

We can see Thomas Markham at the 1881 census living at Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, England :
Thomas Head M 40 Middle Aston, Oxford, England Pensioner
Ann Wife M 34 Sutterton, Lincoln, England
Maud E. Daur 4 Birmingham, Warwick, England
Percival Son 2 Coventry, Warwick, England
Serena Daur 1 Coventry, Warwick, England
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In 1891 we see Thomas living at Boston Road, Sutterton, Lincolnshire with his mother-in-law:
Elizabeth Strapps Head Wid Living on her own means Lincoln Haighinton(?)
Thomas Markham Son-in-Law Mar 51 Army Pensioner Oxford Middle Aston
Mary A Markham Mar 44 Lincoln Sutterton
Percy W T Markham Grandson 14 Scholar Warwick Coventry
Serena F Markham Grand Daur 11 Scholar Warwick Coventry
Gertrude E Markham Grand Daur Staffordshire Smethwick
Ellenor S Markham Grand Daur 2 Lincoln Sutterton
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We can also see Thomas still living at Boston Road, Sutterton, Lincolnshire at the 1901 census:
Thomas Markham Head Mar 60 Pensioner Saddler Oxon Middle Aston
Mary A Markham Wife Mar 64 Lincs Sutterton
Gertrude C Markham Daur UnM 16 Stafford Smethwick
Eleanor S Markham Daur 12 Lincs Sutterton

Gertrude and Eleanor are identifies as daughters but probably grand daughters as in the 1891 census.

Sources for Thomas MARKHAM:

  1. 1851 Census of Woodstock Union, Oxfordshire,
  2. GRO England & Wales,
  3. 1891 British Census,
  4. 1881 British Census,