In 1901 Emma was living at St Mary Islington Workhouse, Cornwallis Road, Upper Holloway, Islington, LondonG, and was recorded in the census as Emma Sackett, a retired domestic servant, single, aged 69 and born in Deptford.3
She later lived at St John's Road Workhouse, IslingtonG. She was discharged from there in January 1909, aged 75 and "not able bodied", presumably to a hospital.4
Notes & Citations
- "England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837–1915" (Ancestry transcript), "Sep qtr 1910. Suckett, Emma [sic], 76. Islington. 01B:88."
- 1901 England census
St Mary Islington Workhouse, Cornwallis Road, Upper Holloway N, Islington, London
[total 845 inmates]
Emma Sackett, inmate, single, 69, retired domestic servant, b. Deptford, Kent.
- "London, England, Workhouse Admission and Discharge Records, 1764-1930" (Ancestry image), St John's Road Workhouse, Islington, London, discharges, "Jan 1909, Sackett, Emma, 75, not able bodied, infirm diet, to HHI, admitted from Islington parish."
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