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1901 census lookups for people living London also

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Sally

Sally Report 23 Apr 2004 07:02

SUE Looks like Charles living parish St Michaels eaton Borough of Lewes. he was single lots of boarders.

Susan

Susan Report 23 Apr 2004 07:47

Sally. Can you do lookups for 1901 census Durham. I am looking for Annie Kerr b 1899 in Gateshead. Siblings possibly born at that time are Elizabeth and William. Father in Insurance business but don't know his name. Many thanks SUE.

Helen in Kent

Helen in Kent Report 23 Apr 2004 08:30

Sally, that's absolutely fantastic - I'm sure that's them! I know Frank had left his family by 1901, either dead or runaway we don't yet know, so I think I'll chase him up next. Many thanks for everything you have helped me with. :))) Helen

Sally

Sally Report 23 Apr 2004 11:26

SUSAN Not sure if it goes as far as Durham but, will look a bit later got to go shopping now.

Sue in Sx

Sue in Sx Report 23 Apr 2004 13:06

Thanks Sally - gives me something to work on. Sue

Lorraine (Lorr)

Lorraine (Lorr) Report 23 Apr 2004 13:46

Hi Sally - could you just see if you could find Julius Clarke and either Catherine (Kate) Best/ Clarke, son Arthur Julius Clarke/Best. Julius Clarke and Catherine (Kate) were 33 on the 1891 census and Arthur was 5mths. In Southampton.... Sorry if this looks gobbledy gook! Thank you for your help x

Sylvie

Sylvie Report 23 Apr 2004 15:26

Thanks for offering to do lookups If you could find Henry BROWN born Kensington london July 1892 (therefore should be 8/9 on the census, I'd be really thrilled. He is not with his family on the census date so no point in giving you their names. His step sisters (who were Peach) were in care so perhpas he was or perhaps he was in hospital? Have been trying for ages Thanks for looking Sylvie

Jean Durant

Jean Durant Report 23 Apr 2004 18:10

Sally, Thank you so much for Eliza Snelling's address in 1901 and for the information regarding 1871. Yes Richard was her husband and Henry the brother. Jean x.

Sally

Sally Report 24 Apr 2004 07:10

Lorraine Have found yours at Southampton Julius Clark head 43 Barbados Seaman Catherine wife 43 southampton Ann E Bish daugh 19 " Domestic servant Pyllis clark " 17 Alexander bish son 15 ARTHUR clark son 10 Archibald G clark son 9 " Looking at census form it is BEST not bish in looking up bish. looks like 22 mount Street. Hope this helps could not find Julius on 1891 census. _______________ SYLVIA found Henry INmate at Wandsworth/Clapham Workhouse also there is a Robert age 7 born kensington well NK which I presume to be North Kensington same as Henry. Have you got any names that I could look at 1891 census? ________ SUE The only Ann Kerr was 59 born Wooler Northumberland. sorry. _________

Sylvie

Sylvie Report 24 Apr 2004 08:24

Hi Sally Thank you for the info on the workhouse in Clapham, I will note the details but think it is unlikely - some siblings were at home. I never thought of NK as being North Kensington, I always presumed it to be 'Not Known' - I am going to put a message on the other board and ask for opinions! He was definitely a Henry. Thanks for the offer of the 1891 - I have that census and have found the famiily. Thanks so much for looking If you could get me the details of half sisters please? They were in Barnados in Aston Tiroll near wallingford Berks on 1901 decoder, Emily and Eva Peach, aged 11 and 9. Perhpas just the census reference number so I can get a hard copy and the address of the institution? Thanks again Sylvie Sylvie

Susan

Susan Report 24 Apr 2004 11:27

Thanks for looking Sally. The Kerr's are hard ones to find any information on. Kind regards SUE.

June

June Report 24 Apr 2004 11:40

Hi Sally, could you possibly look up, Matthew Welch b 1861 in West Isley Berks he was an agricultral labourer in 1881 census, also his brother Mark welch b 1863 in West isley Berks he also was a Agricultural Labourer in 1881 any info would be great, thanks june

Hazel

Hazel Report 24 Apr 2004 13:27

Hi Sally, Could you please look up; MOOR(E) Emily b.1845 Sittingbourne Kent Census Holborn Edward b.1875 Sittingbourne Kent “ “ Charles b.1885 London Holborn “ “ MOORE Frederick b.1872 Sittingbourne Kent “ St. Pancras and tell me household members and addresses. Thank you very much in advance, Hazel (Moore)

Maxine

Maxine Report 24 Apr 2004 19:39

Hi Sally, I was wondering if you could look up my great grandparents for me. I have looked on 1901 census site but couldn't find them, maybe you will have more success. Henry David Morgan born 1847 st. lukes mantle cutter( tailors cutter) Isabella morgan born cripplegate, 1857 city of london. I'm just curious to know if they had moved to Tottenham or still lived in Islington. Thank you Maxine

Sally

Sally Report 25 Apr 2004 08:08

Maxine Hazel June and Sylvia, Have found things for you will come back after breakfast. Sally.

Susan

Susan Report 25 Apr 2004 08:34

Sally. Can I ask you for a 1901 lookup please. Household of Theophilus Taylor b 1840 in Pimlico, Middlesex. He was a medalist/engraver. I may have asked before but it has dissapeared off thread maybe. So if I have asked you before I apologise. Address possibly 7 Carew Street. Camberwell. Also can you do an adress search. 70 Red Lion Street. St Andrew and St George. Surrey. Many thanks Sally. SUE.

Sylvie

Sylvie Report 25 Apr 2004 21:02

Hi Sally I've heard of the big breakfast.............. Oh dear - I shouldn't try to be funny when I'm tired! Not really worried but at least this will put the thread nearer the begining so that I can find it again! Thanks for all your help Sylvie

Hazel

Hazel Report 26 Apr 2004 00:22

Hi Sally, Like Sylvie, I hope everything's all right - have been checking back periodically all day. But as I know you are an early riser I expect you meant Monday breakfast?!!! <:-) Hazel

Marlene

Marlene Report 26 Apr 2004 00:26

Hi Sally I am seeking any Fairey/Fairy names around Lambeth. The 1st wife of John Fairy born in Connington died and he went back to Connington to live. He seems to have left some of the older children in Lambeth - all born Lambeth. John George Fairy bn <1872> Annie Fairy bn < 1874> Elizabeth Fairy bn < 1876> Sarah Fairy bn <1877> I'd be very grateful if you could track them in 1901. REgards Marlene

Lorraine

Lorraine Report 26 Apr 2004 01:13

If you're still doing lookups Sally, could you please find the following woman, and anyone else in her household? Amelia Groom age 68, born Northampton, the census civil parish will be Greenwich and I know her occupation is Charwoman in 1901. I don't know her address at the time. In the 1881 census Amelia Groom was part of the following household: Thomas Groom Head, 58, Iron Ship Builder, b. Lincoln Amelia Groom Wife, 47, b. Northampton Robert Groom Son, 14, b. Greenwich Charlotte Groom Dau, 10, Greenwich Alice Groom Dau, 9, Greenwich. Address 21 Lamb Lane Greenwich. I do know that the daughter Alice Groom was married by 1901 and I have the 1901 census details for her. I don't know much about what would have happened to the rest of her family after 1881 though. My mother belives that Thomas and Amelia Groom had a large family and some other possible sibling names might be Doll (Dorothy or Doris?), Florence, Fay, Daisy and John. If Amelia Groom is living with any relatives those names might come up in her household. I think Amelia was very likely a widow by 1901. Thanks, Lorraine