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

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Mary

Mary Report 3 Dec 2005 19:04

Hi Michael Sorry not able to find anything on Sarah Goodyear on 1851 or 61 Mary

Mike

Mike Report 3 Dec 2005 19:51

Hello again Mary, thanks very much for looking for me anyway Regards Michael

June

June Report 4 Dec 2005 11:01

Hi Mary, Thank you for look up now i know where they came from lol Your family must be mad to come here for Christmas i would of gone there lol regards June

Tina

Tina Report 5 Dec 2005 13:41

Hi Mary, I,m looking for info on a Robert and Henrietta Alder from Oxford, We believed that they lived in the Hinksey area of Oxford. They had a son and a daughter around 1920's. Sorry but this is all we have to go by. Any help would be grateful. Thanks Tina

Mary

Mary Report 6 Dec 2005 18:26

Hi Tina Not sure that I can be of much help as my census records (and indeed all census records available)stop at 1901. You may do better to get on touch with the Oxfordshire Family History Society who may be able to give you some info. I know that there was a family of Alders in Oxford who were butchers and I believe Grocers but this was in the 1950s and 60s. I quick look at the 1901 census shows many Alders in and around Oxford,but without dates etc very difficult to be sure that you have the correct family. Sorry Regards and good luck Mary

Mary

Mary Report 6 Dec 2005 23:03

Hi Helen Sorry I could not find your Ellen Ames on the 1851 census. Glad to get away from the living rellies for an hour or so,so thanks for giving me something to do. Regards Mary

Mike

Mike Report 7 Dec 2005 14:10

Hello Mary, a while ago someone did a 1851 census look up for me for Joseph Daniels b abt 1817 Shoreditch and his wife Phoebe Daniels b abt 1819 Chelsea and their children, also there was a Anne Scott living with them described as dependent on family, I've seen the image and the last name on the image shows a Thomas Scott living next door to the Daniels. Would you be able to give me the details of Thomas Scott's family as only his name is on the image i saw, Would appreciate details if you could let me have them. Regards Michael

Norman

Norman Report 7 Dec 2005 14:15

Hi Mary This will get you away from your Singleton rellies for a while. Say G'day to them for me. If you want another break from the living could you follow up on my last 'message' about the Lamberts from Staffordshire. Regards Norm from Perth

Mary

Mary Report 7 Dec 2005 17:52

Hi Michael 1851 census 2 Little Collingwood Street,Bethnal Green Thomas Scott Head 35 Shoemaker b London Louisa Scott Wife 32 b London Emma Scott Daur 9 Scholar b Gloucester Ann Scott Daur 8 Scholar b Middlesex Thomas Scott Son 5 b Bethnal Green Henry Scott Son 3 b Bethnal Green William Scott Son 1mth b Bethnal Green Mary

Mike

Mike Report 7 Dec 2005 18:25

Thanks Mary that's brilliant, Regards Michael

Mary

Mary Report 7 Dec 2005 22:29

Hi Norm OK this is what I have for you. On looking for Arthur Baldwin I found that he was in fact boarding with the Hill family in Bloxwich(i stupdly did not at the time connect that he was the one that Miss Hill married.He is aged 20 a Coal miner driver born in Faversham,Kent. Assuming that he changed his name after his teens I found this possibility,although place of birth is not right ,nor the age it could be the right person,but I could not find anyone else who remotely fitted known facts. 1881 William Harris Head 34 Parish church verger b Staplehurst,Kent Fanny Harris Wife 36 b Lenham,Kent Arthur Lambert Nephew 3 b Aylesford,Kent living at 45 High Street,Aylesford,Kent 1891 1 Anchor Cottage,Aylesford William Harris Head 44 Church Sexton b Staplehurst Fanny Harris Wife 48 b Hollingbourne,Kent Arthur Lambert Adopted 13 b Aylesford In view of the fact that he changed his name to Baldwin you will need to find his birth registration,to try to find his parentage.I think it highly likely that his mother was not married when he was born. I also found two of the Hill brothers in 1901 in Bloxwich : 87 Statherton Lane,Bloxwich Joseph Hill Head 26 Locksmith b Bloxwich Martha M Hill Wife 23 Tailoress b Leamore Staffs Samuel J Hill Son 1mth b Leamore Back of 36 Park Road, Bloxwich Samuel Hill Head 23 Coal miner loader b Bloxwich Elizabeth Hill Wife 21 b Cheslyn Hay,Staffs Samuel O Hill Son 11 days b Bloxwich It look as if the occupations were incorrect on 1891for these two,and I could not find David Hill on 1901. Who the Grandsons belong to is a mystery.Will have to do more digging. The Singleton rellies are finding it a little cold as the daytime temp is only about 7C!!!!after the frost has thawed.Wish we had come to you Regards Mary

Norman

Norman Report 7 Dec 2005 23:18

Hi Mary Thank you for the latest info. You know I wish they had been a little more imaginative with the forenames in those days, it makes following the tree a little confusing when you have 4 Johns 5 Williams 5 Elizabeths 4 Annies etc etc etc. particularly when Mother and Father named there first born boy and girl after themselves. Yippee.....so far I am the only Norm Regards....Yippee (sorry Norm)

Norman

Norman Report 8 Dec 2005 12:55

Mary I was just checking some family papers and it appears Arthur Oliver Lamberts' (formerly Baldwin) father was Charles Baldwin. I know nothing else about him other than he was deceased when Arthur married Dora Hill in 1900. I have tried finding more about him on the web through my limited resources both in Staffordshire and now Kent but cannot find anything in Births Marriages or Deaths. As I say 'limited resources' By the way would you like to try and sort out a proverbial 'Skeleton in the cupboard' ???? Regards Norm

June

June Report 8 Dec 2005 22:34

Hi Mary,Only me again , hope you are having a good time with your rellies from Aus. Will you please find me any census on this family Aldbrough 1247/9/20 1841 William ALDERSON, 29, Ag lab Mary, 25 James, 3 William, 2 Elizabeth, 1 In 1851 he's mistranscribed as William ABERSON born 1813 Greata Bridge (which should read Greta Bridge and is in the Romaldkirk area). They are still in Aldbrough and now have 8 children This is from a 1841 look up regards June

Mary

Mary Report 9 Dec 2005 09:08

Hi June Still working on your Alderson family,have found them so far up to 1891,but am chasing up the sons in the later censuses,will get back to you later today with results. Yeah its great to see the Aussie mob,but interfering with lookups. All good wishes Mary

Mary

Mary Report 9 Dec 2005 12:46

Hi Helen I saw your PM but I am sure that I can be of any help with this one. I do not have any Parish register records available on line that go this far back. Your best bet is SKS who has Parish registers for the Suffolk area of Norton or a local Family History Society that has access to Parish records. Sorry Mary

Gigi

Gigi Report 9 Dec 2005 12:57

Hi Mary, Could you please lookup in 1851/61/71: Richard Parry born c1811 shropshire(?). In 1841 he was age 30 born outside Warwickshire & living Harborne Road Edgebaston WAR. Thanks, Gillian

DIZZI

DIZZI Report 9 Dec 2005 15:56

HI Mary Me again,,start running away!!! I have the relivent census's but i' cant find births for two men,,,,,Hohn Weaver died 1835 Hailey Cum Crawly,,age 54 i cant find him anywhere,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,also Richard Weaver born Witney 1779 living in Ascot under Wynchwood 1841/1851,,,,,,,,,,,,,,are they brothers and where are they,,,,,,,please Thanks Gwen

Mary

Mary Report 9 Dec 2005 17:55

Hi June You may have some of this info already,but here goes: 1851Living in Aldborough,Yorkshire(no specific address) Willam Alderson Head 38 Ag Lab b Greta Bridge Mary Alderson Wife 35 b Scotton,Yorks James Alderson Son 13 Scholar William Alderson Son 11 Scholar Elizabeth Alderson Daur 10 Scholar George Alderson Son 8 Scholar John Alderson Son 7 Scholar Mary Alderson Daur 6 Scholar Thomas Alderson Son 4 Scholar Patty Alderson Daur 3 All children born Aldborough 1861 Private House,Aldborough William Alderson Head 49 Ag Lab b Greta bridge Mary Alderson Wife 47 b Scotton Matthew Alderson Son 9 Scholar Christopher Alderson Son 8 Scholar Hannah Alderson Daur 5 Scholar Catherine Pratt Mother in law Widow 88 Pauper b Kirkby Fleatham,Yorks Children all born Aldbrough 1861 Main Street,East Thickley,Durham Alfred Todd Head 29 Railway engine stoker b Royal Oak,Durham Elizabeth Todd Wife 20 b Aldborough,Yorks William A Todd Son 1 b Aldborough William Alderson Boarder 22 Engine works labourer b Aldborough 1871 25 William Street Darlington,Durham William Alderson Head 60 Labourer Railway Engine works b Greta bridge Mary Alderson Wife 58 b Scotton John Alderson Son 27 Labourer railway engine works b Aldborough Matthew Alderson Son 19 Fitter railway engine works b Aldborough Christopher Alderson Son 18 Boilersmith railway engine works b Aldborough Hannah Alderson Daur 15 b Aldborough 1871 Woodfield Row,Crook with Billy Row,Durham James Alderson Head 32 Horse keeper b Aldborough Elizabeth Alderson Wife 29 b Wreckington,Durham Isabella Alderson Daur 4 b Messington,Durham Mary A Alderson Daur 2 b Darlington Elizabeth Alderson Daur 4 mths b Crook 1871 Tulton Terrace Shildon,Durham William Alderson Head 31 Coal miner b Aldborough Martha Alderson Wife 28 b Oakshaw,Suffolk Richard Alderson Son 8 William Alderson Son 5 Thomas Alderson Son 3 Children all born New Shildon,Durham 1871 Oxford Street,St Cuthberts,Darlington George Alderson Head 28 Gen Lab b Aldborough Mary Ann Alderson Wife 32 b Aldborough Mary Ann Alderson Daur 1 b Darlington 1871 4 Wales Street,Holy Trinity,Darlington Thomas Alderson Head 23 Boilersmith b Aldborough Mary ann Alderson Wife 25 b Castleside,D'ham Elizabeth A B Alderson Daur 9mths b Darlington 1881 30 Sheraton Street, Darlington William Alderson Head 70 Gen Lab b Aldborough Mary Alderson Wife 68 b Scotton James Alderson Son 41 Widower Blacksmith striker b Aldborough Isabella Alderson Grand daur 14 Scholar b Willington D'ham Mary Alderson Drand daur 12 Scholar b Darlington Elizabeth J Alderson Grand daur 10 Scholar b Crook Hannah Alderson Grand daur 8 Scholar b Darlington 1891 Colliery,Byers Green, Durham James Alderson Head 51 Colliery Horse keeper b Aldborough Annie Alderson Wife 49 Alam,Northants Mary Alderson Widow Visitor 77 b Scotton James H Alderson Grandson 2 b Byers Green That should keep you busy for a while,if you want me to look for the married sons post 1881 let me know,who you want and which census. Regards Mary

Mary

Mary Report 9 Dec 2005 18:10

Hi Gillian sorry I have not been able to find a Richard Parry bc1811 in Shropshire living in Edgbaston on 51/61/71. Do you have any other family members with him or an occupation?It is very difficult to find people from the 1841 census due to lack of relationship info, inaccuray of age and lack of birthplace. Any snippet could be useful,have you got him on81 census? Regards Mary