1881 Census

A stray White appears on the 1881 census:

Name Relationship Age Occupation Birthplace
JONES Samuel Head, Married 33 Tailor, Draper Preston
JONES Mary Wife, Married 30 Redmire
JONES John Son 9 Scholar Redmire
JONES Mary Elizabeth Daughter 8 Scholar Redmire
JONES Isabel Daughter 7 Scholar Redmire
JONES Maria Daughter 5 Scholar Redmire
JONES Margaret Daughter 3 Redmire
JONES Elizabeth Daughter 1 Redmire
WHITE Richard Apprentice, Unmarried 19 Tailor Wensley

Richard actually appears twice on the 1881 census. As above in Redmire, presumably his regular abode, and also in Wensley, with Samuel and Mary's daughter Mary, visiting his mother and step-grandfather:

Name Relationship Age Occupation Birthplace
WILLIS Thomas Head, Widow 68 Joiner and Farmer of 2 Acres Middleham
WHITE Elizabeth Stepdaughter, Unmarried 46 Housekeeper Wensley
WHITE Richard Visitor, Unmarried 19 Tailor Wensley
JONES Mary Visitor 8 Scholar Redmire

Richard was the illegitimate son of Elizabeth White, shown above. Richard appears back in Wensley in 1891, living with his mother Elizabeth, and still working as a tailor.
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