Staff

1861 (Census) – Mr Richard Howarth (superintendent) and wife, Caroline (matron). John Good (schoolmaster).William Chemdles (labour master). James Grey (drill master). Mary Clarke (servant). Elizabeth Houlden (servant). Eleanor Nickolson (servant). Martha Wilkinson (servant). Mary Sant (servant). Edward Morris (servant). Mr George William Latham (manager).

1868 – Mr Howarth (superintendent) and wife, schoolmaster Mr Carter

1871 (Census) – Mr Richard Howarth (superintendent) and wife, Caroline (matron). Joseph H Castle (schoolmaster). Thomas Abell (schoolmaster).

1872 – Mr Richard Howarth (superintendent) and wife, Caroline (matron). Mr Cartwright (schoolmaster). Thomas Abell (schoolmaster). Mrs Abell (dairy woman).

1881 (Census)- Mr Richard Howarth (superintendent) and wife, Caroline (matron). Mary Howarth (assistant matron, prison officer). Charlotte Helen Howarth (assistant matron, prison officer). Joseph Attley (schoolmaster). Robert Johnson (schoolmaster). Thomas Swinnerton (labour master).

1884 – Superintendent and matron Mr & Mrs Howarth, succeeded by Mr & Mrs Edward Shaw; schoolmaster Mr Brickhill; assistant schoolmaster Mr. J Charlwood.

1891 (Census) – Superintendent and matron, Edward and Benedicta Shaw; schoolmaster Mr Edward Shaw Junior., assistant teacher and labour-master Mr George Stephenson; bailiff Mr. Sherwood Suffell.

1901 (Census) – Superintendent and matron, Edward and Benedicta Shaw; schoolmaster Mr E.C Jones appointed 18th January 1900 to succeed Mr Allford who left 14th November 1899. Assistant teacher Mr Arthur W. Shaw; second assistant teacher Mr Samuel Boffey appointed 2nd January 1900 to succeed Mr Hayes, who left 2nd January 1900; assistant matron Miss Benedicta M. Shaw; farm bailiff Mr Thomas Eden.

1903 – Superintendent and matron, Edward and Benedicta Shaw; assistant matron Miss Shaw; schoolmaster Mr A.W. Shaw; assistant schoolmaster Mr James Wood.

1911 (Census). Edward and Benedicta Shaw as Superintendant and Matron. Benedicta M Shaw, Assistant Matron. Arthur Shaw, Teacher. Percy Clarke, Bailiff. James Pye, Teacher. Thomas Harvey, Labour Master.

George William Latham’s cousin, Charles Latham (1816-1907) was surgeon to the Bradwall Reformatory from its foundation until his retirement in 1903.

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  1. Trying to find a relative who worked in a Boy’s reform school in cheshire in 1910’s. She married in Macclesfield in 1914. Her name was Mary Elizabeth Poole although her registered birth name was Mary Elizabeth Wilshaw. She was born in Trent Vale, Stoke on Trent. She was born in 1892.

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