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This gives another generation to this tree as Ethel's father Willliam Henry was with his grandparents in 1881

1881 England Census
Henry Cumpstone Age: 12 
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869

Relation: Grandson
Where born: Great Bar, Staffordshire, England
Occupation: Scholar

Civil parish: Worthen Shropshire Street Address: Old Road

Household Members: Name Age
Frances Cumpstone 78 butcher born Worthen
Ellen Cumpstone 66 b Worthen
Henry Cumpstone 12
 
Registration district: Forden
Sub-registration district: Chirbury ED 6 Piece: 5491
Folio: 66 Page Number: 19

Ethel's parents were

England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906
William Henry Cumpstone
Birth Date: Dec 1868
Christening Date: 6 Apr 1897
Christening Place:
Derby, Derbyshire, England
Age at Christening: 28
Father's Name:
William Cumpstone
Mother's Name: Jane

Surname First name(s) District Vol Page

Marriages Sep 1897
 
Cumpstone William Henry   Derby 7b 905 married Amy Sarah DOWELL

1891 England Census
Name: William H Cumpstone Age: 22
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869

Relation: Lodger
Where born: Great Barr, Warwickshire, England

Civil parish: Litchurch
Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrews Town: Derby
24 Clifton Street

Household Members: Name Age
Arthur Waterfield 28
Mary A Waterfield 25
Sarah A Waterfield 1
William H Cumpstone 22
gas fitter labourer

Registration district: Derby
Sub-registration district: Derby ED 59 Piece: 2735 Folio: 137 Page Number: 33

Ethel Rubina Cumpstone born 1898 Shardlow, Derbyshire

Surname First name(s) Age District Vol Page

Births Jun 1898 Cumpstone Ethel Rubina Shardlow 7b 491

1901 England Census

Name: William H Cumpstone Age: 32 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869 Relation: Head Where born: Great Barr, Staffordshire, England

Spouse's Name: Amy S Cumpstone

Civil parish: Derby Ecclesiastical parish: St Andrew Street Address: 12 Bateman Street
Household Members: Name Age
William H Cumpstone 32 railway carriage shunter
Amy S Cumpstone 31 born Rugby Warwicks
Ethel R Cumpstone 3 born Derby
Alfred V Cumpstone 5 Months born Derby
Arthur Weaver 22 boarder
 
Registration district: Derby Sub-registration district: Derby ED 33 Household schedule number:
118 Piece: 3216 Folio: 183 Page Number: 17

1911 England Census

Ethel Rubina Cumpstone age in 1911:13 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1898
Relation to Head: granddaughter
Birth Place: Derbyshire, England

Civil parish: Derby Derbyshire Street Address: 77 Barlow St Derby

Household Members: Name Age
Elizabeth Dowell 65 widow born Bucks
Edward James Dowell 35 single clerk railway company
Ethel Rubina Cumpstone 13 grand daughter born Derby
 
Registration district: Derby Registration District Number: 435 Sub-registration district: Derby ED 22 Piece: 20893

Ethel's parents were here in 1911

1911 England Census

William Henry Cumpstone Age in 1911: 42 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869
Relation to Head: head Birth Place: Birmingham, Staffordshire, England

Marital Status: Married Occupation: Railway Porter

Civil parish: Derby Street Address: 84 Barlow Street Derby

Household Members: Name Age
William Henry Cumpstone 42 railway porter
Amy Sarah Cumpstone 41
Dorothy May Cumpstone 8 school
Charles Edward Hawkins 53 boarder plumber
 
Registration district: Derby Registration District Number: 435 Sub-registration district:
Derby ED 22 Piece: 20893

The record shows they had 2 children alive (Dorothy and Ethel) and 2 who had died

cumpstone wm henry 1911 derby

Surname First name(s) Mother/Spouse/Age District Vol Page

Marriages Mar 1942 Cumpstone Ethel R married Smith Derby 7b 1799

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"SHARDLOW is a village in the parish of Wiln and Shardlow in the hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, seven miles S.E. from Derby; situate upon the banks of the river Trent, over which is a good stone bridge, forming the communication with Leicestershire; it was built by the Cavendish family, from which it takes its name.

This place derives considerable importance from being a station for the transshipment of goods upon the Trent and Mersey canal, on the banks of which are erected warehouses.

At Wiln mills is manufactured a particular sort of cotton yarn, known by the name of 'Wiln yarn', for which there is generally a considerable demand: at this place is a large poor-house. In 1821 the parish contained 993 inhabitatants, and in 1831, 1,091."
 
Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835

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