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* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 16:20

AHHHH Bless Thanxs Gaynor it makes it all worth while when I know how much the info is appreciated. Glad I can help put a few pieces of their family together. Do you want the births looked up? Lesley :~)

Steven

Steven Report 10 Aug 2005 16:26

Hi Lesley me again, Sorry to be a pest but can you tell me who was living at No.7 Penrith Road ( Tottenham area I think ) when the 1901 Census was taken please. Regards Steve

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 16:32

STEVE I can't do street Look ups...and Tottenham is Huge area so it would take ages to search through each page.. Have you got any idea of the name? Lesley :~)

Steven

Steven Report 10 Aug 2005 16:42

Hi Lesley, Bit of a very long shot but I'm still on the trail of Emma Walker. This was the address she gave when she got married in 1905. I say the address but it is quite hard to read, anyway just thought she might be there! As you know its very hard to find her. : - ( Regards Steve

Gaynor

Gaynor Report 10 Aug 2005 16:54

That'd be great Lesley, if you wouldn't mind. Many thanks, Gaynor x ps i'm logging off for a while now but i'll be back later.

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 17:01

STEVE This is all the Walkers living in Tottenham in 1901 Census. Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship Civil Parish County/Island ADDRESS: 2 Eagle Yard.High Road. Tottenham. Middlesex. James L Walker abt 1870 Islington, London, England Head Alice Walker abt 1870 Tottenham, Middlesex, England Wife James T Walker abt 1895 Tottenham, Middlesex, England Son Sidney H Walker abt 1900 Tottenham, Middlesex, England Son ****************************** ADDRESS: 2 Chestnut Grove.Tottenham.Middlesex. Mary A Walker abt 1841 Hoxton, London, England Head Alfred Walker abt 1869 Shoreditch, London, England Son Catherine Walker abt 1879 Tottenham, Middlesex, England Daughter Raphael Walker abt 1881 Tottenham, Middlesex, England Son ******************************************* ADDRESS:81 Chestnut Grove/Rd. Tottenham.Middlesex. Daniel Walker abt 1850 Poplar, London, England Boarder Daniel Is Boarding with a Coleman family Lesley :~0

Steven

Steven Report 10 Aug 2005 17:10

HI Lesley, Thanks for trying. I guess I will have to move on. Your patience is appreciated. Thanks Regards Steve

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 17:18

GAYNOR Here are Births I found Name: William HEVER, Record Type: Births Quarter: December Year: 1859 District: Gravesend (1837-1941) County: Kent Volume: 2a Page: 202 **************************** Name: James Fr_d_rick HEAVER Record Type: Births Quarter: December Year: 1861 District: Gravesend (1837-1941) County: Kent Volume: 2_ Page: 291 **************************** tThink this is George H. Name: Harry Heaver Record Type: Births Quarter: March Year: 1867 District: Gravesend (1837-1941) County: Kent Volume: 2a Page: 372 ***************************** Name: Louisa Annie Heaver, Record Type: Births Quarter: December Year: 1870 District: Gravesend (1837-1941) County: Kent Volume: 2a Page: 383 ***************************** This Is Louisa's Marriage? Name: Ernest Morgan, OR Name: William Perkins, >>>Name: Louisa Annie Heaver, Record Type: Marriages Quarter: March Year: 1890 District: Gravesend (1837-1941) County: Kent Volume: 2a Page: 614 **************************** Although I cant find Maud.M's Birth info this could be her Marriage? Name: Frederick James Blackman, OR Name: William Thomas Hayes, >>>Name: Maud Maria Heaver, Record Type: Marriages Quarter: September Year: 1888 District: Gravesend (1837-1941) County: Kent Volume: 2a Page: 766 ***************************** Hope this helps Lesley :~)

Trishm

Trishm Report 10 Aug 2005 17:20

Dear Lesley many thanks for the information - I am sorry not to have responded before now - just been hit with a 24hr lurgy got up about an hour ago and felt guilty as I'd left you burning the midnight oil on Monday :( really sorry Anyway YOU ARE SO FANTASTIC :) I'd not been able to find anything on Richard Benn, now you've found him in Yorkshire in 1871 I can start looking for him around there. Also you have the right Christopher Benn. He was born Lowther but should have been at Grange over Sands for 1871 as his daughter was married at GOS in March 1871 and gave her address as Kents Bank. Now the interesting thing is that on the 1861 (I'd found this but not 1871) his wife is called Dorothy and he has a daughter Catherine. Dorothy was NOT the mother of the daughter married in 1871. You say that in 1891 his wife is Jane and he has a son and daughter Emily. so it seems that I've either read the 1861 census wrong or this confirms my thoughts that he was married 3 times. I'd really appreciate the information for 1891 for Christopher and co. Finally, very many thanks for the information on Robert Short - the details of the step-daughter are very interesting and I shall have to look for this McArr in the parish records. Again another strange thing as his marriage to Jane Hagans is recorded in 1870 just a few months after the death of his first wife, so how did he get a step-daughter with this surname? Unless of course Hagans was her married name and this child was born out of wedlock from her first marriage. Oh boy what fun to sort this puzzle. Anyway, once again many thanks for all your hard work. If you can let me have the folio details for 1891 then I can get a copy and start to try and unravel everything. very best wishes Trish :)

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 17:30

DIANE Im Sorry but nothing is showing for Margaret & John's Marriage Lesley :~(

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 17:46

PATRICIA Sorry to hear you have not been feeling well :~( this is 1861 for Christopher benn ADDRESS;Chapel House. Llanfairpwllgwyngyll Anglesey Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship Civil Parish or Township County/Island >>>Christopher Benn abt 1823 Louthen, Westmorland, England Boarder. Dorothy Benn abt 1837 Caernarvonshire, Wales Wife Catherine Benn abt 1860 Bangor, Caernarvonshire, Wales Daughter Civil Parish or Township: Llanfairpwllgwyngyll County/Island: Anglesey Country: Wales Source information: RG9/4347 Registration district: Bangor Sub-registration district: Beaumaris ED, institution, or vessel: 11 Folio: 28 Page: 9 ********************************** 1891 ADDRESS:1 Salou? TerraceLlanfairpwllgwyngyll Anglesey Name Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relationship to head-of-house Civil parish County View Image >>>Benn, Christopher abt 1826 Lowther, Westmorland, England Head OCC:Living on own Means Benn, Jane abt 1845 Anglesea, Penmynydd Wife Benn, Richard abt 1876 Anglesea, Llanfair Pg Son OCC:Pupil Teacher School Benn, Emily abt 1885 Anglesea, Llanfair Pg Daughter Civil parish: Llanfairpwllgwyngyll Ecclesiastical parish: Llanfairpwllgwyngyll County/Island: Anglesey Source information: RG12/4664 Registration district: Bangor Sub registration district: Beaumaris ED, institution, or vessel: 11 Folio: 8 Page: 9 Hope these help Hope you Feel better soon :~) Lesley :~)

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 18:45

Does anybody want a quick look up before I go and get ready to go out? Lesley :~)

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 10 Aug 2005 19:02

Right people I got to go and get ready to go out I dont think I will be back on tonight it depends what time I get home I will be back on tomorrow though and Continue with look ups Lesley :~)

Ron2

Ron2 Report 10 Aug 2005 21:22

Hi Lesley. Thank you for all the info' re Samuel Stuart and Martha Ann Bailey 'tis a great help. Will have to stick with c1942 for Sam's DoD for present as elder cousin remembers being sick at his funeral meal and therefore thinks 1942! Such a thing is history made of. Regards Ron

Trishm

Trishm Report 10 Aug 2005 21:57

Hi Lesley I'm feeling lots better thanks, probably have to go to work tomorrow! I'm putting it down to you finding all this information for me, it was just the tonic I needed. I hope you had a lovely night out. Many thanks for all your hard work. very best wishes Trish :)

GeordieCath

GeordieCath Report 10 Aug 2005 22:09

Lesley , Could you please have a look on1871/81/91/1901 census to see if you can find Charles and margaret hill could be in northumberland area . charles was born abt 1820 and margaret 1824 both in scotland . 1861 census they were in scotland . 3 of his children can ll be traced to to tynemouth district . i have checked scottish people census and can,t find them thanks cath

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 10 Aug 2005 23:01

Hi Lesley! Many thanks for the info. The info on William George I will need to do a bit of detective work. Willis was on the census of 1901 with Bertha & William Kemp. He might been 10 days old. & not 10 weeks. They may have been living in Mansfield but not sure. All I know is they moved to Uxbridge, Middx in 1903 & by then they had another son born in 1902. Willis died in 1904 at the age of 3. I'm tryong to get hold of his death certificate but the GRO havent got the proper info. There might be a mispelt on the 1837 online. It looks like a 0 but the free bmd has it down as a 29. Many thanks again for the info, Cherylx

Gaynor

Gaynor Report 11 Aug 2005 09:09

Hi, Lesley. Thankyou very much for the Heaver birth's & marriages, It was very helpful! I'll be back at some point with some more branches for you. Many thanks, All the best, Gaynor x

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 11 Aug 2005 13:01

CATHERINE What Childrens Names/Yrs/Place do you have it might help me find them on 1871 census.... Lesley :~)

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 11 Aug 2005 14:22

Nudgy ^ Nudgy ^ Lesley :~)