Charles Rich

(circa 1835 - 1910)
     Charles Rich was born circa 1835 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright.
     Charles Rich appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright in Eldon Street, Tuxford.
     The marriage of Charles Rich and Mary Mossman was registered in East Retford, in the March 1859 quarter.
     Charles Rich and Mary Anna Rich appeared on the 1861 census in Kimberworth, Rotherham, Yorkshire. Charles Rich, head, aged 25, ag, lab, born Tuxford, sister, Mary A Rich, char woman, aged 28, born Tuxford, niece Rebecc Rich 9? , all born at Tuxford.
     Charles Rich and Mary Mossman appeared on the 1871 census in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. Charles Riche 34, ag, lab, born Tuxford, Ntt; his wife Mary Riche 32, children Millicent Riche 8, Joseph Riche 4, all born Gamston.
     Charles Rich and Mary Mossman appeared on the 1881 census in Gamston, NTT. Charles aged 45, born Tuxford, labourer, with his wife Mary aged 43, daughter Mille, aged 18, both born Gamston.
     Charles Rich and Mary Mossman appeared on the 1891 census in Gamston. Charles Rich 55, general labourer, born Tuxford; his wife Mary Rich 58, born Gamston, daughter Millicent Rich 29, domestic servant, born Tuxford, sonJoseph Rich 24 ,labourer, born Gamston, grandson Charles Rich 8 born Gamston.
     Charles's death was registered in the quarter ending in 1910 in East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Charles Rich and Mary Mossman

Mary Rich

(before April 1803 - )
     Mary Rich was born before April 1803 in Bawtry, Blyth, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Amor Rich and Mary Turner.
     Mary Rich appeared on the 1881 census in Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. Mary Rich, head, aged 78, born Bawtry, Yks, unmarried.

Ann Steer

(30 January 1647/48 - )
     Ann Steer was christened on 30 January 1647/48 in Edensor, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Robert Steer and Mary Trippet. Ann Steer may have been also christened on 6 February 1647/48 in Edensor, Derbyshire.