1871 census

RG10/726/27, p48

Grace Aze 018 living at an unreadable address in East Dulwich, Parish of St Giles, Camberwell, parliamentary borough of Lambeth. Age: 56 (difficult to read). Unmarried. Servant. Occupation: cook. Born in Instow. Living with James Hughes (head), age 68, major general (retired), paralysed; his wife Elizabeth Hughes, age 35; visitor Emma J. Agnew, age 30; servant William Blanchard, age 28, attendant; servant Samuel Turner, age 22, gardener/domestic; servant [Unreadable] Floyd, female, age 56, dressmaker (hard to read) and servant Martha Craft, age 26, parlour maid.

RG10/2191/59, p37

William Aze living in Raleigh, Parish of Pilton. Age 40. Occupation: sawyer. Living there with wife Ann Aze, age 36; daughter Mary J Aze, age 13, glover; son William Aze, age 11, lace twister; son Richard Aze, age 10, lace twister; son John T. Aze, age 8, scholar; son Walter Aze, age 7, scholar; son Francis Aze, age 5, scholar and son Arthur Aze, age 3 months.

RG10/2191/48, p15

Sarah Bittle living at Pilton Street, Parish of Pilton. Age 33. Born in Cullompton. Living with husband Robert Bittle, age 34, lace twister, born in Barnstaple; daughter Emily Bittle, age 12; daughter Sarah Jane Bittle, age 10; daughter Mary Ann Bittle, age 7; son Frederick Bittle, age 5; daughter Bessie Bittle, age 2; son John Bittle, age 3 months (all born in PIlton); and mother Grace Aze 013, age 66, paper sorter, born in Barnstaple.