At the time of the 1881 census, when George was 3 year old, he was living at 20 George Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire a with his parents, and his brother Charles (8 months) and two boarders. 
In 1891, 14 year old George was working as a Grocers assistant. At home at 21 George Street, Wombwell were Frank and Fanny, George and Charles (11), Frank (8), Mary (5), John (4) and Charlotte who was known as Rose (1 month) along wth a boarder. 
Sadly in 1892 Charlotte, George's younger sister died.
On 17 April 1900 George married Emily Gyte who lived near by. 
In 1901 they lived at 44 George Street Wombwell.  George was now a coal miner. They had a son, Frank Count, who was with his grandmother Fanny Spencer at the time of the 1901 census.  Frank was with his grandmother because Emily became ill after his birth and was soon admitted to Middlewood Mental Hospital Sheffield. the reason for admission was 'Lying In'. Today we would call it Post Natal Depression. She was discharged in December that year as cured. 
George and Emily were still at 44 George Street in 1911 and had five more children Arthur (9), Richard (7), Nellie (5) Fanny (3) and Harry (1). Again, their son Frank, who was now 10 was with his grandparents.
More children followed, Ruth, (1912), John (1914), Sarah Dorothy (1916), Charles (1919), George (1921) and Horace (1926).
George worked as a miner and as the country needed coal he was not called to serve in the Great War 1914-1918. His younger brother John did join the army and was killed in France in 1917. 
George and Emily’s eldest child, Frank, died in 1926. Around the same tine Emily became ill again and spent several years in hospital before she died in Storthes Hall Mental Hospital, Huddersfield in 1933. 
Daughter, Nellie was called home from service to care for the family. When she married Fanny took over and later the younger girls took their turn.
At some point in the 1930s the family moved to a new council house at 20 Roebuck Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire.
At the time of the 1939, register five of George and Emly's children were still living at home at 20 Roebuck Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire. 
In the early 1940s the children still at home, became fed up with living with their father and all decided to leave home and move in with their older siblings. The girls continued to care for their father, however, Nellie baking for him each week, Fanny and Ruth shopping and cleaning and Sarah doing his washing.
George died at home on 4 January 1952. He was buried on 9 January 1952 in Wombwell Cemetery, Wombwell, Yorkshire.
↑ 3.03.1 UK census 1881 - 20 George Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire
↑ 4.04.1 UK census 1891 - 21 George Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire
↑ GRO index (Deaths) - COUNT, CHARLOTTE 1 Order GRO Reference: 1892 J Quarter in BARNSLEY UNION Volume 09C Page 136
↑ "England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:26SC-5GX : 13 December 2014), George Spencer Count, 1900; from “England & Wales Marriages, 1837-2005,” database, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2012); citing 1900, quarter 2, vol. 9C, p. 472, Barnsley, Yorkshire, England, General Register Office, Southport, England.
↑ 7.07.1 UK census 1891 - 44 George Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire
↑ UK census 1901 - 53 George Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire
↑ South Yorkshire Asylum, Admission Records May 1900 - Emily Count - Female - Born 1878 - Age 22 - Admission Date, 17 May 1900 - Cause of Insanity, Lying in - Outcome, Recovery - Discharged, 29 December 1900 - Residence, Wombwell
↑ 10.010.1 UK census 1911 - 44 George Street, Wombwell
↑ Uk census 1911 - 53 George Street, Wombwell, Yorkshire
Paternal and maternal relationship is confirmed by an AncestryDNA test match between Joan Williams and her second cousin once removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Frank Count and Fanny Spencer. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 3rd Cousins, based on sharing 98 cM across 8 segments; Confidence: Extremely High.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with George by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with George: