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Mislaid your rellies??Can I help you find them?Cen

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Mary

Mary Report 19 Nov 2005 21:58

Hi Virginia In the 1851 census Thomas James was age 15 living with a family called Edmonds in Kidderminster he was employed as 1 of 4 Labourers on a farm of 207 acres. Regards Mary

Mary

Mary Report 19 Nov 2005 23:55

Hi Russell Here is what I have found,some of which you may already have,but at least it will confirm what you have.If a person is not mentioned as being found in a census means I have not found them. 1851 Barwell Fields,Barwell Leics Amos Botterill Head 45 Stocking maker Maria Botterill Wife 39 ' ' Amy Botterill Daur 18 ' ' Arthur Botterill Son 15 ' ' James Botterill Son 10 ' ' Mary Botterill Daur 8 ' ' Charles Botterill Son 5 Eliza Botterill Daur 3 Jane Botterill Daur 1mth All were born in Barwell 1861 Living in Barwell Amos Botterill Head 58 Cotton framework knitter Maria Botterill Wife 48 ' ' ' Mary Botterill Daur 18 ' ' ' Charles Botterill Son 15 ' ' ' Eliza Botterill Daur 11 ' ' ' Maria Botterill Daur 9 Scholar Amos Botterill Son 6 Scholar All born Barwell 1861 Barlestone,Leics Sarah Clark Head Single 29 Framework knitter b Barlastone Elizabeth Clark Daur 8 Scholar b Barlastone Rosetta Clark Daur Scholar b Barlastone Arthur Botterill Visitor 25 Coal Miner b Barwell 1871 Washpit Lane,Barlastone Sarah Clark Head 39 Single Framework knitter b Barlastone Elizabeth Clark Daur 18 Stretcher b Barlastone Rosetta Clark Daur 14 ' ' Ann Clark Daur 2 b Barlastone Arthur Bottrill Lodger 36 Coal miner b Barwell 1871 43 Rose Street,Sedgley,Staffs Charlotte Mould Head Widow 63 b Sedgley Enoch Mould Son 28 Puddler b Sedgley Joseph Smith Brother 53 Pauper b Sedgley Charles Botterill Son in law 24 Labourer b Barwell Phoebe Botterill Daur 28 b Sedgley James Botterill G'son 3 b Sedgley Samuel Botterill G'son 16 mths b Sedgley Regards Mary Amos Botterill

Blackswan

Blackswan Report 20 Nov 2005 02:51

Mary, Thank you for looking.Appreciated. Thelma.

~~~Hz by the River~

~~~Hz by the River~ Report 20 Nov 2005 04:31

Hello Mary, I hope you can help me again. I am looking for Florrie Ratcliff in 1991 Census, she will be 18. In 1881 she was 8yrs, described as neice, and staying with a family of MARTIN at 45 Sussex Rd Islington, census said she was born Woolwich Kent, and I can find no connection of her with my Martins, could she have lived next door and come in to play with Harry that night ?? - I have searched Ratcliff also but cannot yet find a connection. Thank you so much for your time, Heather in Australia

Russell

Russell Report 20 Nov 2005 07:02

Many thanks Mary Russell

Mary

Mary Report 20 Nov 2005 17:48

Hi Heather Sorry but I have not been able to find Florrie Ratcliff on the 1891 census. I had some sopare credit on 1837 online but could not find a birth registered in 1872 or 73. What a mystery!!!!Could she have married?Emigrated or died? Regards Mary

Virginia

Virginia Report 20 Nov 2005 17:53

Hi Mary Thanks for all your help. Virginia

Keeley

Keeley Report 20 Nov 2005 18:16

hi mary, am having trouble with a certain family member, I need to find as much information as poss as I think I have a relative, we have made contact but we would like to confirm that we are related. Thomas Hayes 1833, i believe he was born in lancashire, any information on brothers sisters but especially his mother and father would be greatly appreciated! the area to look in is manchester/ lancashire area Thank you in advance Keeley

~~~Hz by the River~

~~~Hz by the River~ Report 20 Nov 2005 19:36

Mary, Thanks for trying to find my little Florrie, esp for looking for birth which was going to be my next request. I will just have to sit her on the mantlepiece and wait until she or a shared surname pops up elsewhere. Have a nice week, Heather

Mary

Mary Report 20 Nov 2005 20:31

Hi Keeley I wish you luck with your search,with so little to go on it is a pretty big ask.You really need to find his birth which will be in Parish records somewhere. I had a look on 1851 census but could not find a Thomas Hayes b 1833 in Manchester also the chance of him still being with family at 18 are pretty remote. I think you need to ask for a lookup on the 1841 Lancashire census where he should be with his family. Trying to find someone with just a year of birth and a possible county,especially a county as populous as Lancshire is going to be very difficult. What is the earliest census info you have for him? Good luck Mary

Lindsey

Lindsey Report 20 Nov 2005 20:38

Hi Mary I am looking for William Revil (or Revill). He was born in approx. 1845 in Langwith, Nottighamshire and married to Sarah Ann Revil born in 1850. I have got him on the 1881 census but I know that he died before 1898 when his son William got married. I wondered if you could please find him on the 1861 or 1851 census which will give me his parents hopfully. Thanks very much for your offer of help. Lindsey

Mary

Mary Report 21 Nov 2005 15:17

Hi Lindsey That was a really difficult lookup.I could find nothing on either 51 or 61 by the usual search,so had to go to the actual census pages for Langwith and search page by page.Found them as Reavel but they were listed in the index as Beard!!!!!So not surpring I could not find them.Also found William on 61 by same method only this time he is Revell.Oh well that's genealogy for you. 1851 Langwith Hill,Langwith,Notts John Reavel Head 61 Widower Farm Labourer Elizabeth Reavel Daur 28 Charwoman Mary Reavel Grand daur 10 Scholar William Reavel Grandson 6 Scholar All born Langwith 1861Boon Hill,Langwith William Revell Servant 17 Carter Living in the household of Samuel Thompson Farmer of 144 acres. If you need more lookups ,give me a really,really difficult one. Regards Mary

Lindsey

Lindsey Report 21 Nov 2005 16:11

Hi Mary Thank you very very much I would never have found that information. It looks as though William's parents were dead or his mother is Elizabeth and she was unmarried. I am sorry you had to go to so much trouble but thanks again. Lindsey

Karen

Karen Report 21 Nov 2005 16:55

hi mary, could you lookup a Thomas Gasson in 1861 1871 census plz, he was born in tong, kent in abt 1837-38 many thanks karen

Mary

Mary Report 21 Nov 2005 23:58

Hi Karen Could this be your Thomas??The age is a bit out,and just says born Kent . 1861 15 Ferdinand Street,St Pancras,Middx Thomas Gassen Head 32 Carman b Kent Not known Susanna Gasson Wife 36 Hertfordshire Not known Isabella Gasson Daur 2mths b Bloomsbury,Middx. I have not been able to find them in the 71 census. Regards Mary

Mary

Mary Report 23 Nov 2005 13:01

Hi Carol Sorry but I cannot find the Sheppard family on the 1901 census. They are definitley NOT at the 1891 address as I checked . I have tried every spelling of Sheppard known and have to conclude they do not wish to be found.I even tried in Wales(must be desperate!!). So sorry Mary

kelly1

kelly1 Report 23 Nov 2005 15:38

Hello Mary Thank you for your offer. I am trying to find a George hallam who was born c1825 in newborough Staffordshire. I have him on the 1851 census and on the 1861 he is living in wales with his wife caroline Hallam who was born c1826 in Birmingham Warwickshire. I can't find George or Caroline on the 1871 census, could you have a look for me? Any help would be truly appreciated. Thank you. Kelly..

David

David Report 23 Nov 2005 15:58

Hi Mary, thanks for the offer. I am trying to find any info on the following family from the 1881 census. Hopefully something from the 61, 71 91 and 01 census'. James and Mary were married in Mar 1861. I think James died c1892 so he wont be in the 1901 census. His wife is Mary Ann Webber. Not sure if she came to Wales before she was married to James. 1881 Census. James MATHIAS Head M Male 40 Cosheston, Pembroke, Wales Diver (Harb) Mary A. MATHIAS Wife M Female 37 Ascension Island Divers Wife James Hy. MATHIAS Son U Male 20 P Dock, Pembroke, Wales Joiner Martha M. MATHIAS Daur Female 12 P Dock, Pembroke, Wales Scholar Myra E. MATHIAS Daur Female 9 P Dock, Pembroke, Wales Scholar Mary A. MATHIAS Daur Female 6 P Dock, Pembroke, Wales Scholar Best wishes David.

Karen

Karen Report 23 Nov 2005 19:25

hi mary could you look for a cornelius miles in 1851 plz, not sure if he was born in surrey somewhere or what date (maybe abt 1790 - 1800) In 1850 he was living in king street,(southwark), and his son was called philip miles , i would like to know who he was living with plz many thanks karen

Andrew

Andrew Report 23 Nov 2005 22:29

Hi Mary, You have been so helpful in the past, please can I ask you another request? :) Could you look up for me on 1851 and 1861 Census the following:- WILLIAM TINKLER born 1846 Deeping Fen Lincoln (info taken from 1871 Census) I would like to know his address and the members of his family at both 1861 and 1871. Sorry, but I have no other definite leads. One minor one could be that his father MAY BE.........THOMAS SNITHIN TINKLER and his mother JANE but I have no dates of birth for them. Please could you post the details here since I cannot receive any more ancestry images. Many thanks, Andy