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At this time during the 1890s, the Rose family were building quite a little empire of butcher's shops in Derby since Harry and William junior were still running the shop in Willow Row.
"On going up into the shop and finding the boy there, he asked him what he wanted.
I have no idea which school he would have attended in Derby but it does confirm early thoughts that his father was ambitious for his children to have a good start in life through education.
Number 53 Willow Road had been sold, or rented, with George's stepmother, Emma, and half siblings, Harry, Bertha and Eliza, having moved to Altona Villas at 667 London Road, Wilmorton.
There were many pork butchers and ordinary butchers in Derby at this time but I have been unable to trace his master but, by 1881, he was a pork butcher on his own account, running his father's shop at 5 Watson Street.
It was in this shop in 1881 that the following incident took place and was reported in the local newspaper.
"The Bench ordered the boy to receive six strokes of the birch rod."
George's new bride was the eldest daughter of Henry Tunaley, a carpenter, living at 39 Nottingham Road, Derby.
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in Derby with wife Elizabeth, three children and a couple of lodgers. He died in Nottingham in 1949.
Derby boy of nine got six strokes of the birch for stealing a sovereign
Before I leave the Tunaley family, I should mention that there was one prominent member, Robert James Tunaley, born in 1801, who was listed at the 1861 census as a 60 year old surgeon living in Wymondham, Norfolk, with wife Charlotte, aged 55, and daughter Ellen, 17.
They set up home above the shop at 5 Watson Street which, as previously mentioned, was owned by George's father, William.
George was joining a prolific family with several branches, all of which appear to have originated in Derby, but, during various careers, did wander further afield.
and Isaac had seven brothers and sisters.
"The child answered 'half a pound of black puddings'. On giving him the puddings, the boy tendered a half crown and the witness gave him 2s 4d change.
Back to the Rose family. On July 4, 1880, George Rose married Eliza Tunaley at the Baptist chapel on St Mary's Gate, Derby.
Now back to George and Eliza Rose. It is not entirely surprising, coming from such a large family, that the new Mrs Rose chose to have only one child, a son born in March 1886 whom they named after his paternal grandfather, William.
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By 1901, however, George Rose was the only member of the family still in the meat business.
There were some interesting jobs around in those days. Isaac's sister, Hannah, was a "lace tagger" while brothers George and Enoch were "rope spinners".
At some stage fairly soon after the 1871 census, George would have decided or his father would have decided for him to become a pork butcher and would have been apprenticed to a local master butcher to learn the trade.
It is interesting to note that half a pound of black pudding (which I used to love) would have cost tuppence in old money in 1881.
"A young till spoiler birched: Isaac Calladine, 9, was charged with stealing a sovereign and a half crown from the shop of Mr Rose, pork butcher, Watson Street.
Henry and his wife, Elizabeth, had a total of 11 Nike Kobe Xi Niketalk children with the last, Alice, being born in 1880 when Henry was 48 and his wife 47 years old. They did, however, lose at least one child, a girl called Hannah, who died aged 15 years in 1875.
I think that it would have been George Rose who chased young Isaac along the street.
"Subsequently, he missed the sovereign out of the drawer and, on running after the boy, found that he had got it in his hand.
Interestingly, their next to last child, a daughter who was born in 1877, they also called Hannah. Apparently, it was quite common practice in those days to give the names of children who had died to newborn infants in the same family.
William would most likely have paid fees to keep George and his siblings at school since at that time most children would have been taken out of school at an early age and put to work to aid the family budget.
By 1891, after the death of William Rose senior in January 1885, George had acquired, in addition to 5 Watson Street, two further shops at numbers 96 and 98 Park Street. Kelly's Directory for 1895 lists the shops as butcher at number 96 and pork butcher at 98. Neither property exists today, with most of Park Street turned over to car parking.
in 1872, the eldest son of William and Isobella Calladine.
"The prosecutor said he noticed just before the entry of the prisoner into the shop that he had a sovereign and some silver in a till.
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