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Ann Report 7 Aug 2012 01:42

Please can someone look up the 1911 census for Albert Edward Vanner born 1885 pos with his mother Susan born 1851 & brother Charles L born 1883, all born Southampton, I have found a newspaper report that said Albert was “a cripple” I hope there is info to say if it was an accident or born like that.
Thank you,


jax Report 7 Aug 2012 02:11

Household transcription
1911 census

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Person: VANNER, Albert Edward
Address: 101 St Andrews Road Southampton

VANNER, Charles Leonard Head Single M 27 1884 Grocers Assistant Southampton Hants VIEW
VANNER, Susan Mother Widow F 61 1850 Southampton Hants VIEW
VANNER, Albert Edward Son Single M 26 1885 Clerk Southampton Hants VIEW

There is nothing mentioned in the end column to say he had a disability


Ann Report 7 Aug 2012 02:31

Thank you very much for looking Jax, that very odd.


jax Report 7 Aug 2012 02:50

I dont suppose it was compulsary to give those details anyway.

Infact they only ask if there was anyone who was deaf, dumb, blind, imbosile, lunitic or feeble mention of "cripple" in the 1911 nor on the 1901 that I can see


Ann Report 7 Aug 2012 17:33

Thanks for that Jax, I have several that were disabled, run over by a cart & some lost limbs, so may be they will not be shown.