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THE HISTORY OF RUGBY CEMENT
Kayes Southam Names Index


JohnFrearsonNewWebSite/IMG_6355 Kaye Calendar - 1915 - compressed.jpg

The Oldham and later Kaye Lime and Cement Company at Long Itchington, was one of the most successful works in the Southam and Stockton area, and was active from the 1840s until 1934, when it went bankrupt and was bought by Rugby Cement and became their Southam works.  The quarry still supplies clay material to the present CEMEX Rugby cement plant.

Where possible, all names and details are being abstracted from the documents so they can be available for search by Family Historians and other researchers. 

Some of the records that are more likely to be of more general interest are being scanned or photographed, so that they can be available ahead of formal cataloguing at the Record Office.  It has already proved possible to supply information and digital images to researchers.  It is hoped that recipients of data will not be offended if they are asked for a small donation per image to defray some of the expenses of this work, which is not currently funded by the successor owner company.

The image [left] is from a 1915 calendar.

The list below is from an initial data base of names from Kaye's Cement - later to be Rugby Southam Works - it is being added to as time allows and as records are processed.

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NAMES IN RUGBY ARCHIVE - KAYES SOUTHAM RECORDS
 
DATE
FAMILY
NAME
FIRST NAME
OR INITIAL
Age D o B POSITION /
INFORMATION 
DOCUMENT
REF:
             
05-09-36 Andrew Lunn 45   Accident RS/7/8/11
24-03-26 Askew Alfred 39   Accident RS/7/8/9
25/9/1906 Askew Charles     Witness to accident to Edward Askew RS/7/1/2
1870 Askew Charles H 17 c.1853 Joined firm [had been there 35 years in 1905  
1901 Askew Charles H   c.1853 Foreman - cement wks [lived Long Itchinton] "Pargeter"; RS/7/1/1, p718
25/9/1906 Askew Edward 25   Accident RS/7/1/2
01-08-29 Askew Herbert J 44   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-05-15 Askew Herbert James      Stoker Inquest 11/5/1915
14-08-26 Askew John 37 c.1889 Accident RS/7/8/9
20-11-37 Askew John 49 c.1888 Accident RS/7/8/11
02-03-05 Askew Mark     Witnessed accident to W Brian RS/7/1/1, pp405, 411
Aug 1915 Askew Mark     Accident - splinter in eye War Adv 21 Aug 1915
21-08-15 Askew Mark     Accident - splinter in eye War. Adv. 21/8/1915
21-08-24 Askew W 26 c.1898 Accident RS/7/8/9
12-06-13 Askew William [s. Williiam & Mary Ann]   27/5/1898 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
29-07-05 Askew       Has a house [rent £22/10/1 pa] as
L-K's "servant"
RS/7/1/1
Feb 1917 Askew       Possibly put clay in wagon - had damaged finger Leam Cour 27/2/1914
21-12-23 Atkinson W     Accident - lost part of finger Leam Cour 21/12/1923
22-09-27 Atkinson Walter Leslie   12-10-12 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
10-10-24 Atkinson       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
05-02-37 Austin Joseph 54   Accident RS/7/8/11
?? Ayers Jane Mrs [wife of Edward sen]     Kaye's - ? Quarry in WWI "Pargeter"
06-07-06 Bachelor W     Painter of Harbury RS/7/7/2
01-08-08 Bain Alan     Foreman at Kaye - Report on Inquest Leam Cour 21/08/1908
July 1917 Baldwin Arthur   c.1899 Was Kaye [enl. 1917 d. WWI 13/9/1918 @19] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
22-06-14 Baldwin Arthur [son of George Charles & Ellen Maria]   18/6/1899 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
03-06-20 Baldwin Eric   08-03-06 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
1901 Baldwin George Charles P 39   Lime & Cement Labourer @ Southam of Model Village Census / "Pargeter"
  Baldwin Henry (Harry) [son of George
Charles & Ellen Maria]
  c.1890 [d. WWI 15/10/1917 @27] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
04-06-24 Baldwin John   08-05-07 No evidence of age - not certified to work!! RS/7/8/9
27-04-35 Baldwin Thomas     Accident RS/7/8/11
12-04-15 Baldwin Victor Roberts French
[son of Henry & Eliza]
  11-03-00 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
18-12-06 Baldwin William     Special reduction in allotment rent RS/7/1/2, p.221
04-11-29 Baldwin William   13-12-14 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
1901 Baldwin William  [son of George Charles & Ellen Maria] 14 c.1887 Lime & Cement Labourer @ Southam Census
26-01-20 Baldwin William Robert   06-09-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Baldwin       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
1905 Barber Percy S     25 Rochester Road, Kentish Town
 - applies for post as chemist
RS/7/1/1
Oct-04 Bartlett Job     Father of a son J.C. who was ill from ? accident RS/7/1/1. p.351
Sep-04 Bartlett Samuell or John Charles     c.1882 / 3 Accident c.1904, son of Job RS/7/1/1. p.351
12-01-20 Barton Edward ???   16-07-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
1924 Barton Ernie     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
1924 Barton H     Quarry Manager Named Photograph
17-03-28 Barton Harold F   03-10-13 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
Sept 1923 Barton Mr     Helped with Model Village Treat in 1923,
later incapacitated by an accident
Leam Cour 10/10/1924
14-09-23 Barton       Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
01-09-37 Bassom Lawrence 36   Accident RS/7/8/11
22-05-33 Basson Frank 41   Accident RS/7/8/9
14-07-38 Batchelor Thomas Charles Reginald 33   Accident RS/7/8/11
11-10-24 Bates C   37 Accident RS/7/8/9
09-03-05 Bayliss Frederick     Ret. 1934, when running loco dept. D. 13/12/1943;worked at Kaye for over 40 years Leamington Courier
 17/12/1943
18/9/1906 Bayliss Frederick     Witness to Accident to James Sheasby RS/7/1/2
11-01-24 Beards A 29   Accident RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Benham       Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
21-09-14 Bennett Enoch Hadden
[son of John & Annie]
  18-08-00 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Bennett J V     Hon Sec for Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
10-10-24 Bennett       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
1924 Benton       Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
22-09-17 Beresford Charles 21   Request for exemption War. Arv.  22/9/1917
Oct 1917 Beresford Charles     Clerk - awarded temp. exemtion from enlistment War Adv1 Sept 1917
04-04-24 Berry F G     Union Representative - Southam Leamington Courier
12-02-23 Berry Miles     Quarryman - summonsed for assault Leam Cour 16/3/1923
1924 Best Ernie     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
01-08-27 Best Frank Benedict   10-09-10 Young Person  - started work - est start RS/7/8/9
14-03-19 Best Harold V J   01-07-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
?1930s Best Joe     Sentinal truck driver E M Lake "memories"
1924 Best Vincent     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
26-05-06 Billson David     Confidential Secretary to Lister-Kaye RS/7/1/1
15-11-07 Billson David     Attending Cement Alliance Meeting at Nelsons for Kaye p 292, RS/7/1/2
1927 Billson  David     Death - he had been in charge of sales
 for 28 years
Annual Report
07-01-25 Bodfish Cyril   30-08-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
07-01-25 Bodfish Harrold   30-08-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
10-10-24 Bond H     Officiated with sports at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
09-11-24 Bond H E 32   Accident RS/7/8/9
1924 Bond Harry     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
17-04-06 Bond Henry Ernest 16+   Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
18-11-27 Bond Henry Ernest 35   Accident RS/7/8/9
19/8/11929 Bond Henry Ernest 37   Accident RS/7/8/9
29-10-31 Bond Leslie Lester   29-09-16 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Bond       Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
27-04-27 Brain John 27   Accident RS/7/8/9
1901 Brain William 39   Lab in stone quarry lived Southam Census / "Pargeter"
8/11/1901 Brain  William 39   Joined Kayes  RS/7/1/1. p.417, 453
2/3/1905 Brain  William 43   Accident to finger RS/7/1/1, p405 &c
01-09-06 Bristow A M     Resident engineer for new Cement Plant  p730, RS/7/1/2
1874 Brunt Frederick     Manager Kaye Cement Works White’s Dir Warks,
10-09-28 Burnell
or Burrell
Owen??  Arthur   07-11-13 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
27-07-26 Butler Jessie 43   Accident RS/7/8/9
30-06-22 Carter Joseph     Accident - wall between cement mills colapsed Leam Cour 30/6/1922
23-05-24 Carter Joseph     Accident - slipped from girder - injured foot Leam Cour 23/5/1924
16-12-05 Carter Samuel 27   Labourer, Accident [worked 10 years] RS/7/1/1, pp631-3
21-05-10 Carter Samuel 31   Accident RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Carter       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
31-07-08 Chater Thomas 58   Fatal Accident LeamCour21Aug1908
01-08-08 Chater Thomas 58 1854 Died at works 1908 Leam Cour 19/12/1913
01-08-08 Chater Thomas 58 1854 Report on Inquest Leam Cour 21/08/1908
1858 Chater Thomas [sen]     Started at Kayes in 1858; 1st employee Leam Cour 21/08/1908
25-02-07 Checkley Thomas     Accident - bruised ankle RS/7/1/2, p.254 on
10-10-24 Cheney       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
21-02-29 Childs Frederick 29   Accident RS/7/8/9
22-09-36 Childs Frederick 36   Accident RS/7/8/11
25-06-23 Claridge William John   21-09-08 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
09-04-19 Cleaver Henry 70   Accident - Fatal RS/7/8/8
02-01-24 Cleaver S 44   Accident RS/7/8/9
08-05-17 Cleaver Thomas       Father worked Stockton non specific D. WWI - "Pargeter"
02-03-05 Clements J     Witnessed accident to W Brian RS/7/1/1, pp405, 411
02-03-05 Clements Thomas     Witnessed accident to W Brian RS/7/1/1, pp405, 411
15-03-05 Clements Thomas   c.1845 Engineer for Kayes [b. Dudley 1845] Census 1901
01-08-08 Clifford Joseph     Kaye - worked with Chater Leam Cour 21/08/1908
13-08-09 Cockrane  Thomas 45   Accident RS/7/8/8
1924 Cooper Charlie     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
1924 Cox Horace     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
20-10-05 Cuncliffe R Ellis     Kaye Shareholder [ Cuncliffe &
Davenport, 48 Chancery Lane]
RS/7/1/1
17-09-23 Curtis Frederick   17-07-09 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
10-12-30 Curtis Frederick 44   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-11-37 Curtiss William 19   Accident RS/7/8/11
01-07-07 Davenport Alfred 47   Accident - pinched fingers RS/7/1/2, p.254 on
09-01-19 Davenport Alfred 59   Accident - Fatal RS/7/8/8
1924 Dell George     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
19-07-20 Dell George Edward   05-06-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-04-16 Dell Joseph Herbert
[son of Joseph & Eliza Jane]
  27-02-01 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
13-11-27 Dell William 38   Accident RS/7/8/9
19-11-35 Denison Thos A     Reference as CoW later redundant Birch general file
05-01-25 Dennison Wilson Roy   21-10-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
?1930s Dennison       ? Works Manager E M Lake "memories"
1901 Devenport Alfred     “Blue Lias (Stone) Quarryman” of Southam Census / "Pargeter"
1920 Devenport Alfred     Died from injuries c.1920 Leam Cour 20/3/1936
24-03-25 Diggens John 61   Accident RS/7/8/9
30-03-26 Diggens John 62   Accident RS/7/8/9
04-10-27 Diggens John 63 Accident RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Duckett C   Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
?1930s Duckett Charlie     Coventry St, Southam [died in period] E M Lake "memories"
01-07-07 Duckett F     Witness to accident to Alfred Davenport RS/7/1/2, p.254 on
c.1918 Duckett H     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
04-10-28 Duckett Heskit John 41   Accident RS/7/8/9
24-04-06 Duckett William     Witness to accident to Frederick Fell RS/7/1/1, p757
18/9/1906 Duckett William     Witness to Accident to James Sheasby RS/7/1/2
25-10-06 Duckett William     Witness to Accident -Thomas evetts RS/7/1/2
18-12-06 Duckett William     Special reduction in allotment rent RS/7/1/2, p.221
15/6/1914 Duckett William 53   Committed suicide following strike Leam Cour 19/6/1914
1924 Dykes Dick     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
14-09-23 Dykes H     Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
10-10-24 Dykes H     Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
10-10-24 Dykes H     Officiated with sports at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
14-11-24 Dykes H A J      Accident RS/7/8/9
10-03-26 Dykes Harry 44   Accident RS/7/8/9
25-03-31 Dykes Harry 49   Accident RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Dykes W     Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
10-02-30 Dykes William T 29   Accident RS/7/8/9
20/12/193 Dykes William Thomas 52   Accident RS/7/8/9
10-10-24 Dykes       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
20-09-06 Earne       Witness to Accident to thomas Usher RS/7/1/2
May 1908 Eason James 60   Accident, severe, rope broke, concrete etc RS/7/1/2, p473 onwards
1891-1901 Evetts Albert Thomas   c.1873 Limestone quarryman /Labourer at the limeworks - lived Long  Itchington [d. WWI 5/4/1917 @ 44] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
08-09-27 Evetts Montague Francis     Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
  Evetts Roland Albert   c.1896 Father [was ATE] cement [d. WWI 26/6/1916 @ 20 D. WWI - "Pargeter"
25-10-06 Evetts Thomas 30   Accident - crushed  fingers   RS/7/1/2
1912 Eyles ?? 25 1887 Joined Kayes - became Rugby in 1936 RS/7/8/16 [2/12/1958]
1942 Eyles ?? 65 1887 Died at age 65 - after 6 years with Rugby RS/7/8/16 [2/12/1958]
29-04-26 Eyles Albert Leonard   18-09-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
16-12-29 Eyles Charles   04-09-15 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
16-08-20 Eyles John Rogers?   25-07-06 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
14-03-27 Farmer William 31   Accident RS/7/8/9
1924 Fell "Bodyn"     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
01-05-53 Fell B     Payment of death benefit  - £20 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
21-06-18 Fell Basil   03-03-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
c.1918 Fell F     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
26-04-06 Fell Frederick Francis 24   Accident, lost two fingers; empl since 30 Jan RS/7/1/1, p757
23-06-19 Fell George Charles   05-03-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Fell J W     Officiated with sports at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
04-10-27 Fell Jack   29-06-13 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
26-04-06 Fell John     Witness to accident to Frederick Fell RS/7/1/1, p757
27-02-08 Fell John     Accident - fell off scaffold, bruised ribs RS/7/1/2, p473 onwards
1924 Fell Lionel     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
?1930s Fell Lionel     Sentinal truck driver E M Lake "memories"
26-07-31 Fell Lionel Rowland 28   Accident RS/7/8/9
10-10-24 Fell Miss     Assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
31-05-24 Fell W 29   Accident RS/7/8/9
21-02-26 Fell William John 48   Accident RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Fell       Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
10-10-24 Fell       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
1924 Fennel Bert     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
24-06-20 Fennell Albert Harold   12-06-06 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
1901 Fennell Alfred   1882 Labourer, Kaye Limeworks 'til 1914 Census
1918 Fennell Alfred Edwin   1882 Was Kaye Southam d. WWI 30/3/1918 @ 36] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1918 Fennell Alfred Edwin   1882 Was Kaye Southam d. WWI 30/3/1918 @ 36] War. Adv. 13/4/1919
20-03-24 Fennell Frederick   16-06-09 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
1901 Fennell John [s of William & Ellen] 13 c.1888 Lab. Cement Works  Census / "Pargeter"
26-03-37 Fennell John C 45   Accident RS/7/8/11
1901 Fennell Joseph Henry [s of William
& Ellen]
  1885 Lab. Cement Works [d. WWI 28/12/1917 @ 34] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
24-07-36 Fennell Robert Henry 36 c.1900 Accident RS/7/8/11
1901 Fennell Thomas [s of William & Ellen]     Lab. Cement Works  Census / "Pargeter"
25-03-18 Fennell Thomas Henry   14-03-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
11-05-26 Fennell Thomas Henry 21   Accident RS/7/8/9
17-06-26 Fennell Thomas Henry 21   Accident RS/7/8/9
26-04-32 Fennell Thomas James 52 c.1880 Accident RS/7/8/9
04-03-25 Fennell William 57 c.1868 Accident RS/7/8/9
15-11-25 Fennell William 59 c.1866 Accident RS/7/8/9
12-09-26 Fennell William 60 c.1866 Accident RS/7/8/9
08-08-31 Fennell William 65   Accident RS/7/8/9
15-12-31 Fennell William 65   Accident RS/7/8/9
1901 Fennell William  34   Lab. At Lime Works Census
1901 Fennell William [marr. Elen] 66 c.1835 Lab. Cement Works  Census / "Pargeter"
11-01-35 Fift ? Alfred   06-07-20 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
13-02-28 Finch Thomas 47   Accident RS/7/8/9
03-08-32 Finch Thomas Robert 51   Accident RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Finch       Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
1914 Fletcher Thomas   29/7/1876 KIA - 30 Oct 1914 rugbyremembers'
?1930s Franklin       ? Works Manager E M Lake "memories"
07-07-30 Freer Sydney Bert   04-12-15 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
16-10-19 French Walter   11-09-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
21-02-07 Fry E S     S D Williams and Son, Birmingham p251, RS/7/1/2
28-06-20 furlow ??? Sidney George   16-08-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Gamage Junior     Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
10-10-24 Gamage       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
27-01-26 Gardner Dick   07-11-11 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
07-12-27 Gardner Dick 16   Accident RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Gardner Jnr / Jim?     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
1924 Gardner William     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
20-09-06 Gascoign       Witness to Accident to thomas Usher RS/7/1/2
02-10-35 Gaskins Arthur John 35   Accident RS/7/8/11
17-03-16 Gaskins Arthus John
[son of William & Louisa Mary]
  13-07-00 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
31-07-20 Gaskins Bob   23-05-06 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
20-03-53 Gaskins L     Payment of death benefit  - £20 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
02-03-05 Gaskins William     Witnessed accident to W Brian RS/7/1/1, pp405, 411
10-10-24 Gaskins       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
26-01-36 Gibbs Bernard E 25   Accident RS/7/8/11
17-08-51 Gibbs G     Payment of death benefit - wife - £5 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
7/4/1866 Gilks William 16   Greaves & Kershaw - accident Leamington Courier
26-08-29 Gillmore Arthur Edward 21   Accident RS/7/8/9
10-02-31 Gilmore Arthur Edward 22   Accident RS/7/8/9
1901 Gilmore David   1872 Labourer lime wks, lived Southam [d. 1946 @ 74] WWI - "Pargeter"
1901 Gilmore David      Lived Southam labourer at lime works  "Pargeter"
08-09-27 Gilmore William Thomas   14-08-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
08-12-53 Goode J     Sick Pay refunded £2-14-2d [Transport] RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
11-05-15 Goode  J     HM Inspector of factories, at inquest Inquest 11/5/1915
03-05-26 Griffin Leonard Ralph   25-07-11 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
15-01-29 Griffin Ralph   09-11-14 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Grimes Miss     Took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
10-10-24 Gulliver       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
08-10-35 Gyles Charles 20   Accident RS/7/8/11
11-05-15 Hadow E F      Coroner for accident Inquest 11/5/1915
20-09-27 Hall Edward 70   Accident RS/7/8/9
1924 Hamcocks Percy     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
21-05-26 Hancock Frederick G 28   Accident RS/7/8/9
11-03-27 Hancocks Edward A 18   Accident RS/7/8/9
28-05-23 Hancocks Edward Arthur   18-04-08 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
1901 Hancocks Ernest J 28   Labourer at Lime Wks [lived Southam] Census
14-10-24 Hancocks F G  26   Accident RS/7/8/9
28-10-36 Hancocks Frederick George 38   Accident RS/7/8/11
10-11-32 Hancocks Percy? Charles 26   Accident RS/7/8/9
18-12-06 Harris J     Special reduction in allotment rent RS/7/1/2, p.221
?1930s Harrison  Alfred     As boy - Worked in wages office E M Lake "memories"
20-06-38 Hayes Frederick Arthur   30-04-23 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/11
01-09-36 Haynes Charles 52 Accident RS/7/8/11
18-01-22 Haynes Edgar Charles   12-10-07 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
01-03-28 Haynes Thomas 51   Accident RS/7/8/9
23-10-37 Haynes Thomas 51   Accident RS/7/8/11
17-08-37 Haynes Thomas Ed 51   Accident RS/7/8/11
14-05-27 Haynes Thomas Eli 50   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-10-35 Haynes Thos E     Accident RS/7/8/11
27-02-24 Hearne J H 38   Accident RS/7/8/9
27-02-24 Hearne Joseph     Navvy Driver - scalded in accident
of 2 Mountfield Terrace, Southam
Leam Cour 29/2/1924
15-05-23 Herbert P 17   Accident RS/7/8/9
31-05-20 Herbert Percy Arthur   16-09-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
28-11-30 Herbert Richard 60   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-08-27 Hewer Percy Henry Gerald   18-08-12 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
14-04-25 Hodges Benjamin Thomas   17-02-11 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
12-10-17 Hodges Charles Richard 22   Father worked Stockton non specific D. WWI - "Pargeter"
29-12-36 Hodges Frederick J 42   Accident RS/7/8/11
20-07-16 Hodges Henry George William 28   Stockton non specific D. WWI - "Pargeter"
18-05-24 Hodges J C 53   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-03-31 Hodges John Carter 62   Accident RS/7/8/9
20-08-23 Hodges Lewis John Winston   15-06-09 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
05-11-28 Hodges Lionel Charles   10-01-14 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
30-04-38 Holmes William 50   Accident RS/7/8/11
13-06-38 Howes Frank William 25   Accident RS/7/8/11
22-09-19 Howkins Charles   07-06-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
1924 Hubbert       Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
12-07-20 Hudson Evan George   08-04-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
12-05-38 Hudson Geoffrey 18   Accident RS/7/8/11
04-10-36 Jenkins Reginald 50   Accident RS/7/8/11
?1930s Johnson       ? Works Manager E M Lake "memories"
10-03-16 Jordan Alan [son of Albert & Ellen]   15-03-02 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Kaye Mr & Mrs Lister     Both assisted at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
21-08-24 Keyte John Henry   04-02-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
08-12-31 Keyte William Horace   20-06-14 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
25-11-09 Kibbler Frederick     Young Person  - started work - left RS/7/8/8
21-03-18 Kibbler Frederick T 23   Father, cement [non specific] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1901 Kibbler Henry 40 c.1861 Labourer, cement works [lived L. Itchington] Census
18-04-32 King Ernest Jack   17-03-17 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
Feb 1905 King J H     Let go' - due to slackness of trade RS/7/1/1 - p386
09-05-15 King John     Miller Inquest 11/5/1915
1901 King John H (senior)[father of JHL] 25   “Stone Quarryman”, lives Southam Census / "Pargeter"
Oct 1917 King John Henry Lake     Was Kayes [d WWI 8/8/1917 @ 24] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
15-07-33 King John Richard 49   Accident RS/7/8/10
?1930s Lake Edith Emma     Cleaner at Kaye Offices E M Lake "memories"
1924-46 Lake Evelyn Mary     Lived at Cuttle Farm - daughter of WH & E E E M Lake "memories"
06-05-05 Lake W     First beneficiary of new retirement scheme  
16-04-29 Lake William 42   Accident RS/7/8/9
1912-1952 Lake William H.     Yard Foreman at Kayes for 50 years Info Bill Griffin
21-07-24 Lane A 19   Accident RS/7/8/9
29-03-16 Lane Arthur John 26   Father at Kaye & Co  D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1924 Lane Danny     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
02-09-19 Lane Ernest Joseph 18   Father at Kaye & Co  D. WWI - "Pargeter"
13-04-18 Lane Frank George 23   Father at Kaye & Co  D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1901 Lane Joseph 33 c.1868 Miller, cement wks, lived L. Itchington Census / "Pargeter"
10-10-24 Lane       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
22-May-06 Lane  Frank 44   Accident in quarry RS/7/1/ 2
02-03-14 Lanes Ernest
[son of Joseph & Fanny]
  24/11/1899 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
03-03-08 Lanes Francis George 16+   Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
?1920-30s Langley Mr     Works Manager E M Lake "memories"
11-05-15 Langley  J H T     Partner of Messrs Kaye  Inquest 11/5/1915
10-10-24 Langley  Mr & Mrs     Both assisted at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
14-09-23 Langley        Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
06-08-36 Lawson Harold 35   Accident RS/7/8/11
1914 Lee Bernard George   c.1894 Was assistant chemist, Kaye [d. WWI 22/3/1918 @ 24] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1914 Lee Bernard George   c.1894 Was assistant chemist, Kaye [d. WWI 22/3/1918 @ 24] War. Adv. 30/3/1918
17-04-38 Lester Alfred 29   Accident RS/7/8/11
16-03-23 Loveridge William   09-11-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
01-12-17 Lovesage Edwin   16-10-03 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
04-07-32 Lowe Albert Owen 36   Accident RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Lowe W     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
04-04-24 Lumley A     Union Representative - Southam Leamington Courier
06-07-08 Lumley William     Young Person  - started work - left RS/7/8/8
05-09-36 Lunn Andrew 45   Accident RS/7/8/11
03-10-22 Maher ???  Wilfred   26-06-08 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
17-06-24 Malin? H 36   Accident RS/7/8/9
19-09-18 Mann Lander George 19   Father worked Stockton non specific D. WWI - "Pargeter"
17-09-26 Markam Septimus 36   Accident RS/7/8/9
29-10-31 Markam Septimus John 41   Accident RS/7/8/9
08-03-23 Markham Francis Herbert   24-09-08 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
06-04-51 Markham S     Payment of death benefit - wife - £5 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
01-11-29 Markham Sydney George   02-10-15 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
09-05-15 Marlow Arthur 19   Died accident - hopper at Long Itchington Inquest 11/5/1915
9 May 1915 Marlow Arthur 19   Fatal Accident, Miller War Adv 20 Feb 1915
09-05-15 Marlow George     Brother of Arhur, who died accident Inquest 11/5/1915
09-05-24 Marlow George [son of Thomas F]     Father worked at Kayes Leam Cour 9/5/1924
25-07-24 Marlow L 31   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-05-24 Marlow Thomas Fletcher [father of G] 65   Died suddenly - employed many years Leam Cour 9/5/1924
09-05-15 Marlow Thos     Father of Arthur, who died accident Inquest 11/5/1915
09-02-15 Marlowe Arthur 19   Accident - Fatal RS/7/8/8
22-10-24 Marsh Frederick     Trade dispute - Umpire's decision RS/7/8/14
16-05-19 Masters John   29-07-03 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
18-12-06 Mawby Ben     Special reduction in allotment rent RS/7/1/2, p.221
21-06-23 Middlemas Frederick George   06-04-09 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
c.1922 Middlemiss       Cutting wheat  RS/7/4/10j
24-01-36 Montgomery Robert Charles   16-04-21 Young Person - alt dob - started work RS/7/8/11
24-01-36 Montgomery Robert Charles   06-05-21 Young Person - alt dob - started work RS/7/8/11
20-04-25 Montgomery William   29-08-07 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
04-11-36 Montgomery William 29   Accident RS/7/8/11
15-04-35 Montgomery William J     Accident RS/7/8/11
01-05-32 Montgomery William John 24   Accident RS/7/8/9
06-04-05 Montgomery       On Local Joint Committee until June 1923 Leam Cour 5/1 & 22/6/1923
?1920-30s Montgomery       In charge of Electricians  E M Lake "memories"
1901 Morby Henry Thomas   c.1877 Quarryman - lived Southam [d. WWI 2/10/1916 @39] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
27/2/1914 Morris Mr     Union Organiser interviewed re strike Leam Cour 27/2/1914
26-06-29 Mosley William J 41   Accident RS/7/8/9
11-05-15 Mountford E H     Royal Insurance Co. at inquest Inquest 11/5/1915
01-06-23 Mumby L     Instructor for new Works band Leamington Courier
1924 Mumby Lionel     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
10-09-34 Nashbrook N   04-01-19 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
12-09-17 Neal Ernest Joseph 22   Father worked Stockton non specific D. WWI - "Pargeter"
30-03-51 Neal O ?     Payment of death benefit - wife - £5 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
10-10-24 Noon A     Officiated with sports at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
22-04-33 Noon Albert Edward 48   Accident RS/7/8/9
25-03-24 Noon F 28   Accident RS/7/8/9
10-07-33 Noon Frederick Arthur 37   Accident RS/7/8/10
22-11-24 Noon James 48   Accident RS/7/8/9
29-11-25 Noon JAmes 49   Accident RS/7/8/9
23-06-27 Noon James 50   Accident RS/7/8/9
27-06-24 Noon John Thomas Francis   11-01-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Noon Mr   Hon Sec for Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
14-09-23 Noon       Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
10-10-24 Noon       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
01-07-07 Noones       Witness to accident to Alfred Davenport RS/7/1/2, p.254 on
09-05-15 Ormerod Doctor     Doctor from Southam  Inquest 11/5/1915
11-05-15 Page J T     Foreman of Jury for inquest Inquest 11/5/1915
1901 Payne Samuel 53   Labourer at Cement Works - lived Southam Census
22-10-24 Pearce J G     Trade dispute - Umpire's decision - Umpire RS/7/8/14
25-03-05 Pearson Arthur Frederick 28   Kiln stoker,  lodged at Cuttle Inn Census
30-05-35 Peterson William Alfred 32   Accident RS/7/8/11
1924 Pincher       Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
15-06-33 Pinsell Jesse   14-02-18 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
21-06-23 Pittom ?? Walter   18-10-08 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
06-01-38 Pittom?? Thomas Clarke 43   Accident RS/7/8/11
07-01-08 Poulton Albert over 16   Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
18/9/1906 Poulton William     Witness to Accident to James Sheasby RS/7/1/2
11-08-25 Powell George 31   Accident RS/7/8/9
?1920-30s Pratt Jenny [Miss]     Wages Office, Southam E M Lake "memories"
13-07-05 Pratt Michael     Quarryman, of Banbury Road, Southam, left RS/7/1/1
?1920-30s Pratt Mrs     Wages Office, Southam E M Lake "memories"
1924 Pratt William     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
10-10-24 Priest       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
09-05-38 Purkiss Samuel 50   Accident RS/7/8/11
28-09-30 Pzehl ??? Mathias Edward   27-06-16 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
26-05-36 Radbourn Louis William 44   Accident RS/7/8/11
08-06-24 Ralton W     Accident RS/7/8/9
23-08-24 Raven C 34   Accident RS/7/8/9
30-12-17 Raven Eli 25   Father, cement [Stockton & L. Itch D. WWI - "Pargeter"
31-07-17 Raven Richard 29   Father, cement [Stockton & L. Itch D. WWI - "Pargeter"
19-05-24 Raven Ronald Frederick   23-08-08 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Raven W     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
06-04-25 Read Albert James 31   Accident RS/7/8/9
?1930s Richardson Tom     Lab technician / asst. chemist E M Lake "memories"
05-12-05 Roberts Harry     Kaye Director from 1906
 [33, Bold St., Warrington]
RS/7/1/1 - A. Rep 1906
c.1922 Rowe W     Cutting wheat  RS/7/4/10j
29-07-18 Russell Albert Edward   03-12-03 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
25-04-28 Russell Albert Edward 24   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-09-33 Russell Albert Edward 29   Accident RS/7/8/10
31-03-26 Russell Anthony Albert 51   Accident RS/7/8/9
19-07-26 Russell Anthony Albert 51   Accident RS/7/8/9
04-08-31 Russell Anthony Albert 57   Accident RS/7/8/9
20-04-33 Russell Anthony Albert 58   Accident RS/7/8/9
05-12-35 Russell Anthony G 61   Accident RS/7/8/11
09-11-25 Russell Clifford   25-09-09 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
23-08-28 Russell Clifford 18   Accident RS/7/8/9
09-09-31 Russell Clifford 21   Accident RS/7/8/9
06-09-26 Russell Edward 22   Accident RS/7/8/9
25/6/1913 Russell George William 20 1903 Death appendicitis - clerk since left school Leam Cour 4/7/1913
26-05-19 Russell Horace ?Bruslow / Bourlow   22-11-04 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
07-10-01 Russell Joseph 41 c.1860 Died c 7 Oct 1901 RS/7/1/1
1901 Russell Joseph 41 c.1860 Secretary & Manager, Kaye's Lime & Cement Works, lived 1901, Lime Works, L. Itchington  Census / "Pargeter"
14-07-16 Russell Joseph Sutton 25 c.1891 Clerk, Kaye & Co – father was manager  D. WWI - "Pargeter"
10-09-34 Russell Robert Charles   23-01-20 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
19-05-24 Russell Tom   06-12-07 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
28-03-27 Russell Tom 19   Accident RS/7/8/9
05-11-13 Sabin Edward Herbert
[son of Frederick W &  Lucy]
  4/11/1898 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
17-12-07 Sabin Horace over 16   Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
10-10-24 Sabin J   Officiated with sports at Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
?1930s Sabin Jack   Bricklayer E M Lake "memories"
16-04-25 Sabin Montague   06-04-11 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
31-08-27 Sanders James 68   Accident RS/7/8/9
?1930s Sanders Mr/Mrs/Don/Rene        
21-02-07 Sanders       Possibly a representative - also to "theft" of forage at Williams, Birmingham.  He was discharged. p250-1, RS/7/1/2
09-01-29 Saunders Benjamin   29-10-14 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
22-01-34 Saunders Leonard   18-04-17 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
09-06-33 Saunderson Benjamin 18   Accident RS/7/8/10
14-02-24 Saving T 18   Accident RS/7/8/9
21-08-24 Scott John   15-08-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
09-09-29 Scott John Henry 19   Accident RS/7/8/9
01-07-07 Scraggett Alfred     Witness to accident to Alfred Davenport RS/7/1/2, p.254 on
23-03-18 Sheasby Cyril Frederick 18   Father worked Stockton non specific D. WWI - "Pargeter"
19-07-20 Sheasby Henry George   18-04-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
06-04-41 Sheasby J 17   Accident RS/7/8/11
1901 Sheasby James 46   Labourer Lime Works Census
18/9/1906 Sheasby James     Accident  RS/7/1/2
1901 Sheasby James [son of James] 17 c.1884 Labourer Lime Quarry Census
02-08-21 Sheasby Ralph William   12-05-07 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
c.1915-1919 Shrimpton Charles Edward   20-04-01 Poss worked at Kaye - 'til sacked for not
unloading coke boat as he had a date!
info Stuart Shrimpton
25-09-24 Smith E W  41 c.1883 Accident RS/7/8/9
18-03-36 Smith Ernest 52 c.1884 Accident RS/7/8/11
1901 Smith Ernest William 18 c.1882 Limestone quarryman [son of Tom Smith] Census / "Pargeter"
06-05-26 Smith Ernest William 41 c.1885 Accident RS/7/8/9
12-10-32 Smith Ernest William 47 c.1885 Accident RS/7/8/9
21-06-37 Smith Ernest William 53 c.1884 Accident RS/7/8/11
16-03-38 Smith Ernest William 54 c.1884 Accident RS/7/8/11
09-05-15 Smith Harry     Burner Inquest 11/5/1915
27-09-34 Smith L R   25-01-20 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
1901 Smith Thomas James 20 c.1880 Cement worker - live L. Itchington
[d. WWI 25/9/1916 @ 36][son of Tom Smith]
D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1901 Smith Tom 45 c.1856 limestone quarryman Census / "Pargeter"
30/8/1913 Smith Tom jnr     Accident - brick fell on head [[not fatal] Leam Cour 5/9/1913
24-05-12 Smith William 39   Accident RS/7/8/8
01-03-36 Smith William Lewis James 30   Accident RS/7/8/11
?1930s Snape Mr     Office worker [from Marton E M Lake "memories"
10-01-25 South Hubert   30-12-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Southam G     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
19-10-23 Spencer George     Accident - Injured knee Leam Cour 19/10/1923
25-10-06 Spraggett A     Witness to Accident -Thomas evetts RS/7/1/2
15-11-24 Spraggett A     Accident RS/7/8/9
Feb 1916 Spraggett Henry     Accident - steps collapsed War Adv12 Feb 1916
12-02-16 Spraggett Henry     Accident War. Adv. 12/2/1916
02-12-21 Spraggett Henry 50   Accident RS/7/8/8
31-01-24 Spraggett O 27   Accident RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Spraggett T     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
13-07-27 Spraggett Thomas 37   Accident RS/7/8/9
11-05-33 Spraggett Thomas 43   Accident RS/7/8/9
?1930s Stevens Lammy     Company carpenter E M Lake "memories"
03-03-25 Suttom Charles   4/1/908 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
06-08-25 Sutton Robert   21-07-11 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
26-08-25 Sutton Robert   21-07-11 Young Person  - started work - certificate RS/7/8/9
15-09-24 Sutton Walter Thomas   23-10-07 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
09-12-36 Sutton  Robert 25   Accident RS/7/8/11
23-01-36 Sutton  Robert ?L 24   Accident RS/7/8/11
11-09-14 Tarrott ? William Albert   26-05-00 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
1911 Taylor Ernest [son of William] 23 1888 "Delver" in stone quarry - Cement Works Census
1911 Taylor William [father of Ernest] 46 1865 "Delver" in stone quarry - Cement Works Census
?1930s Taylor       Of Stockton - ? Killed in accident in coal hopper E M Lake "memories"
07-01-36 Taylor  Charles 55   Accident RS/7/8/11
20-09-06 Taylor        Witness to Accident to thomas Usher RS/7/1/2
22-10-24 Thomas Thomas     Trade dispute - Umpire's decision RS/7/8/14
09-05-15 Thrussell  Police Constable     PC from Long Itchington  Inquest 11/5/1915
02-05-21 Tiff Frederick Ernest   01-11-05 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
26-09-27 Tift Arthur Joseph / Arthur Joseph   01-06-13 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
10-08-25 Tift John Leonard   15-12-09 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
26-08-25 Tift  John Leonard   15-12-09 Young Person  - started work - certificate RS/7/8/9
23-05-18 Tugwood Ernest Frederick   21-08-03 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
30-11-26 Turner Ernest John 35   Accident RS/7/8/9
19-09-27 Turner Richard Henry   16-04-13 Young Person  - started work - no evidence RS/7/8/9
21-05-31 Turner Richard Henry 18   Accident RS/7/8/9
1901 Turner Samuel      Southam - stone quarryman "Pargeter"
1901 Umbers Thomas 48   Labourer in cement works [lived Southam] Census
1901 Umbers William J [sof Thomas] 17   Labourer in cement works [lived Southam] Census
11-12-37 Usher Albert Edward 37   Accident RS/7/8/11
12-10-14 Usher Arthur [son of William & Sarah Ann]   05-12-00 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
20-09-06 Usher Thomas 51   Accident  RS/7/1/2
18-12-06 Usher Thomas     Special reduction in allotment rent RS/7/1/2, p.221
1901 Varney John 43 c.1858 Labourer at the limeworks  by ? 1915, was Napton 1901, by 1914 at Kaye cottage [son George d WWI] Census / "Pargeter"
25-11-27 Varney John 70 c.1857 Accident RS/7/8/9
29-08-28 Varney John 71 c.1857 Accident RS/7/8/9
15-08-31 Varney John 74 c.1857 Accident RS/7/8/9
10-02-15 Wall Cecil Henry [son of John & Annie]   3/11/1899 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
20-05-24 Warall F 22   Accident RS/7/8/9
14-09-23 Ward F     Wife took tray to Model Village Treat Leam Cour 14/9/1923
13-03-53 Ward F     Payment of death benefit  - £20 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
10-01-27 Washbook? Frederick W T  31   Accident RS/7/8/9
11-05-31 Washbrooke Arthur Frederick   19-05-16 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
10-10-24 Webb       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
10-10-24 Welch       Wife assisting with Model Village Treat Leam Cour 10/10/1924
17-08-33 Well William John 44   Accident RS/7/8/10
03-09-23 Welsh John Lester   13-09-07 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
25-06-30 Welsh Tom Hickman 52   Accident RS/7/8/9
21-06-23 Welsh William Charles   03-01-09 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
c.1918 West H     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
06-05-41 West S J ? 16   Accident RS/7/8/11
08-08-52 Widdows J     Payment of death benefit  - £20 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness
19-05-38 Wiggins Reginald Patrick 20   Accident RS/7/8/11
10-01-38 Wiggins Sydney 33   Accident RS/7/8/11
30-12-40 Wiggins Sydney 37   Accident RS/7/8/11
25-10-06 Wilks C     Witness to Accident -Thomas evetts RS/7/1/2
27-05-13 Wilks William Charles [son of Charles Henry & Harriet]   27/7/1898 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/8
01-09-24 Wilks  Cecil   18-01-10 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
c.1918 Williams H     Farm War Bonus listing RS/7/4/8b
31-03-20 Williams Harrold     Manager at Kingston Wharf, Birmingham Depot RS/7/2/2b-c
12-01-00 Windorn William 39   Accident RS/7/8/8
1924 Windsor Jaku?     Kaye's Works Band member Named Photograph
10-10-52 Windsor       Payment of death benefit  - £20 RS/7/8/15 - Sickness 
28-10-06 Winfield E F 38   Accident sprained back RS/7/1/2
12-02-23 Wood Edward     Quarry Manager - assaulted by Berry Leam Cour 16/3/1923
11-12-34 Woolley D   08-08-20 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/10
1901 Worrall Charles [son of William] 20   Gen Lab. Lime Works [lived L. Itchington] Census
28-01-38 Worrall Frederick Walter   01-12-23 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/11
1901 Worrall George [son of William] 22   Stone dresser, lime mill [lived L. Itchington] Census
1901 Worrall James 50   Limestone quarryman [Chapel Yard, L. Itchington] Census
1891 Worrall John [& Elizabeth] 35 c.1856 Lab. At Lime Works - b. / lived Southam  
1901 Worrall John [son of John]   c.1886 Labourer cement works - lived Southam  
1901 Worrall Owen Arthur [son of William] 17 c.1884 Gen lab. Lime works; [lived L. Itchington][d.WWI 27/1/1916 @ 32 D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1901 Worrall Thomas       Quarryman - lived Southam  
Oct 1917 Worrall Thomas       Was Quarryman, Kaye [D. WWI 16/8/1917 @ 25] D. WWI - "Pargeter"
1901 Worrall William 48   Limestone quarryman [lived L. Itchington] Census
06-11-23 Worrell Arthur   18-09-06 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9
23-05-24 Worrell Fred     Accident - fell from wagon - injured hip [of Coventry Street Leam Cour 23/5/1924
1901 Wright Jesse 28   Limestone quarryman. Lived L Itchington Census / "Pargeter"
31-01-27 Young Osborne Frank   13-05-12 Young Person  - started work RS/7/8/9

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