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NEW THREAD i can do bucks 1841/1851 and 1861 censu

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Samuel

Samuel Report 25 Sep 2005 21:00

Hi Susie, could you search for any other Graces (apart from George Grace's family on Gun Lane) living in Great Marlow in the 1841 census. I would be very grateful. Thanks Sam

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 26 Sep 2005 06:34

hi brenda i have found the following in winchmore hill buckinghamshire amelia chilton 65 bucks winchmore hill amelia was living on her own ------------------------------ amelia seems a bit old doesnt she? there arent any cooper families in that area at all susie

BR

BR Report 26 Sep 2005 09:41

Hi Susie, Many thanks indeed. Agree she was too old to be the one I am looking for but feel there must be a connection of some kind. As she was living alone might have been the mother of my missing Amelia and the father may well have been a James Cooper - without the benefit of clergy as the saying goes - and the claim of widowhood on her marriage in 1857 could have been to provide an air of respectability. On the other hand, this might just be rubbish ! Will carry on looking and thanks again for your help. Regards, Brenda

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 26 Sep 2005 13:21

hi sam richard grace 25 ag lab bucks mary grace 30 bucks james grace 11 bucks well end gt marlow bucks ----------------------- this is all i could find in 1841 sam susie

LindainBerkshire1736004

LindainBerkshire1736004 Report 26 Sep 2005 23:53

Hi Susie You helped me a while ago now I am hoping you can find Elizabeth INWOOD born c1826 in steeple claydon. Your info 1851 census gave this when she was married to William Archer, living in Buckingham and 2 children. Today I got Ann Archers birth cert, thanks to help from you and Jess(when you were on Hols) Hence knowing her mothers name is Inwood. Thanks for anything you find Regards Linda

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 27 Sep 2005 06:35

hello linda here she is hun in 1841 ann inwood 40 lacemaker bucks jeremiah inwood 15 bucks elizabeth inwood 15 lace maker bucks jane inwood 12 bucks edmund inwood 6 bucks alvins? lane steeple claydon susie

LindainBerkshire1736004

LindainBerkshire1736004 Report 27 Sep 2005 07:02

Hi Susie Thanks once again.And you're up so early!! I am getting a lot of help with things I couldn't trace on my own and you've now helped twice with the same family. As is usual you can see family names coming through again which makes you more sure this is a family group. Again in this family it looks like the mother is widowed and on her own How's your own research going Susie? Regards Linda

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 27 Sep 2005 12:05

hello lynda im glad i could help you lol the reason im up early is because i had to be at work by 7am:( its a good job i love what i do isnt it lol. at least im home by lunch time eh? saying that ive got a course this afternoon at stoke mandeville hospital about skin care.lovely !! they are always so boring lol my research isnt going too well at the moment,ive hit a few very large brick walls lol. one of them is in newbury!! susie

LindainBerkshire1736004

LindainBerkshire1736004 Report 27 Sep 2005 12:38

Good luck with the course and hope you get that brick wall down. If I get near any records offices I'll let you know and you could ask me for certain things. I don't drive so not easy to get around, especially as I childmind from home(I'm in Crowthorne by the way). Regards Linda

Lovettpod

Lovettpod Report 30 Sep 2005 17:14

Hi Susie, hope you don't mind another request....but the certs have arrived....they were quick!! Could you look for Henry RICHARDSON b.1839, (so 2 in 1841 and 12 in 1851,) living in RAVENSTONE. Many thanks for your time, Helen

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 30 Sep 2005 18:21

hi helen here he is in 1841 ambrose richardson 25 ag lab bucks sarah richardson 25 lacemaker bucks john richardson 9 bucks thomas richardson 8 bucks james richardson 6bucks george richardson 3 bucks henry richardson 2 bucks reuben richardson 10mths bucks high street ravenstone ----------------------------------- 1851 ambrose richardson hd 39 ag lab ravenstone sarah ann richardson wi 40 lacemaker ravenstone john richardson so 18 ag lab ravenstone george richardson so 14 ag lab ravenstone henry richardson so 13 ag lab ravenstone reuben richardson so 11 scholar ravenstone jacob richardson so 7 scholar ravenstone isaac richardson so 5 scholar ravenstone ann merigh richardson da 4 scholar ravenstone benjamin richardson so 1 at home ravenstone high street ravenstone & eakley lanes susie

Lovettpod

Lovettpod Report 30 Sep 2005 18:40

Yipppeeee!! just what I had hoped they are 2 doors away and mistranscribed in 1861 (his family) Many thanks for your very speedy reply, I feel more certs coming on!! Helen

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 30 Sep 2005 18:41

lol im glad i could help hun you are just like me,i get so excited lol susie

Star

Star Report 30 Sep 2005 18:59

Hi Susie is any of your disc,s 1841/1851 indexed or do you need a pacific place of living. I am still looking for my Richard Porter born approx 1831 Windsor Berkshire. Someone has looked up the boards in Berkshire 1841 index and they couldnt find any the right age. In 1852 his son was born and they were living in slough. Could you also look for another Richard porter born c1788 Datchet Buckinghamshire. Jess found him and i am trying to find out if he was related. Both above Richards were bricklayers. thank you for your time again Star

Lovettpod

Lovettpod Report 30 Sep 2005 19:11

At the risk of being a complete nuisance could I ask for 1 more and I promise I will go away, could you check for Samuel (L) RICHARDSON b.1834 in Ravenstone aged about 6 and 16. Slim possibility that he may be in Olney. Parents William and Ann, before I order the wrong one.......Cheers I am much in your debt, Helen

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 30 Sep 2005 19:51

hi star the 1841 isnt indexed so i need a place to look,but the 1851 is. ive looked through it but there are no richard porters. ive looked in datchet in 1841 and again there arent any porter families living there i feel so bad that i cant help susie

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 30 Sep 2005 20:30

helen you aint a nuisance hun lol i'll give you all the richardsons in ravenstone ,how about that? lol 1841 john richardson 50 ag lab bucks mary richardson 45 bucks sarah richardson 15 bucks elizabeth richardson 15 bucks eliza richardson 8 bucks thomas richardson 20 ag lab bucks fanny richardson 20 lacemaker bucks high street ravenstone --------------------- william richardson 40 ag lab bucks ann richardson 40 lacemaker not born bucks catherine richardson 15 bucks john richardson 11 bucks samuel richardson 6 bucks elizabeth richardson 4 bucks sarah richardson 2 bucks high street ravenstone ------------------ 1851 william richardson hd 55 ag lab ravenstone ann richardson wi 53 lacemaker piddington elizabeth richardson da 14 lacemaker ravenstone sarah richardson da 11 lacemaker ravenstone mary west g/da 7 ravenstone high street ravenstone ----------------- theres no sign of samuel helen susie

Star

Star Report 30 Sep 2005 20:35

Thank you so much for taking the time, i should be grateful i have got back to 1861 census and sons birth in 1852. If ancestry ever have the intended 1851 census i might find them somewhere in this country!! thanks again for your time Star

Lovettpod

Lovettpod Report 30 Sep 2005 20:37

Thanks again Susie, I owe you a bunch of cyber flowers, that helps the decision, off to order now, more waiting...great...hope they are as fast as last week. Cheers Helen.

Dizzy, whos still looking...... Yes still.....

Dizzy, whos still looking...... Yes still..... Report 4 Oct 2005 23:05

Hi again, can you please have a look and see if you can find an Eliza Brackley born 1837/8 in Bucks , fathers name was Thomas born 1811. Many many thanks Dizzy xxxxxx