The Pursgloves of Carlton - [CARL]

Carlton appears in Domesday as Carentune.  During the 19th century the town was developed on textiles.

in 1974, Carlton became part of the Gedling Borough of Nottingham and is now predominantly residential in nature.






1891 Census Strays: 170 Chiltern Street, Newington, Hull (RG12, 3918, 44, 35, 238)
Ebenezer Pursglove [2776], Head, Married, 39, Engine Driver, born Barnsley, Yorkshire
Elizabeth Pursglove, Wife, Married, 25, born Easington, Yorkshire
William Pursglove, Son, Single, 12, Scholar, born Doncaster, Yorkshire
Richard, Pursglove, Son, Single, 10, Scholar, born Doncaster, Yorkshire
Tom Pursglove, Son, Single, 8, Scholar, born Carlton, Nottingham
Nellie Pursglove, Daur, Single, 6, Scholar, born Carlton, Nottingham
Ben Pursglove, Son, Single, 4, Scholar, born Carlton, Nottingham
Fred Pursglove, Son, Single, 2, born Hull, Yorkshire
Hepatia Pursglove, Daur, Single, 7 mths, born Easington, Yorkshire



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