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NEW THREAD !!! 1871, 1891 and 1901 ancestry census

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Amanda Report 6 May 2004 20:40

hi,i emailed you direct,look forward to hearing from you.thanks so much amanda


Debbie Report 8 May 2004 17:15

JULIE have e-mailed you direct with the info you wanted. deb


June Report 8 May 2004 17:35

hi Deb, thanks ever so much for image of Lucy ann Quarterman, it is most useful thanks again june


Marcie Report 8 May 2004 23:36

hi debra i have sent you an e-mail, but did,nt recieve conformation from gc, so thought i,d best add this could you look for david and hannah edwards in brinklow warwickshire late 1800s early 1900 please (on th nbi) much appreciated marcie x


Mary Report 9 May 2004 14:18

Can you look up the deaths of Ellen Elizabeth Pendered (b 1874) and her husband William Knight (birth date not known). They married in 1893 and lived in Earls Barton Northants. Thanks Mary Brooke


Rosemary Report 9 May 2004 15:17

Hi Debra I was wondering if you could look up Sarah Harries, buried in Llanwonno cemetary along with a Thomas Harries. Not sure what relation Thomas is to sarah. I know she died in 1896. Is there any way of getting info on where she was born. Thanks Rose


Debbie Report 9 May 2004 18:31

the only WILLIAM KNIGHT i could find was.... william knight died 10th oct earls barton aged 71 in 1878 deb


Paul Report 9 May 2004 18:54

Hi Debra. Please could you look up Charles William Knight and his daughter Annie Elizabeth Knight who would have been living in Camberwell?, London in 1891. Details of address & any other siblings would be great. Thanks. Paul.


Debbie Report 9 May 2004 19:11

PAUL, can you tell me how old charles or annie were as there are a few of them. i will then look again thanks debs


Barbara Report 9 May 2004 19:16

hi Debra Can you look up for me please on the 1891 census. John Wilson 48 born Girton Nottingham Annie Wilson 54 born Faldingworth, Lincoln James Wilson 16 (adopted) born Scarborough, york i'm hoping there may be some others living with them. In 1881 they were living at Fenton, Lincoln Hope you can manage to find them Barbara


Paul Report 9 May 2004 19:19

Hi Debra. Thanks for the response. Annie was 19 when she married in 1894 so that would make her about 16. I don't know Charles' age. Thanks Paul.


Paul Report 9 May 2004 19:21

Debra. Another thought. Annie was living at 4 Alfred Terr, Pellatt Rd with her husband to be when she married. Perhaps that was the family home. Paul


Debbie Report 9 May 2004 21:39

PAUL, i have wracked my brains on this one, cant find a annie with the age you want, if you come across any additional info that could help in the search, please let me know, and i will try again. cheers. deb


Tracy Report 9 May 2004 21:49

Hi Debra, could you do a 1871 lookup please: Ellen Jane Moore, Age 8 born (1862/3) maryland cumberland. Not sure if she would still be living in cumberland, but in 1881 she was a servant living in middlesex. And in 1901 she was married to donald cameron living in fulham. Looking for her parents/siblings. Thanks for the offer Tracey


Tracey Report 9 May 2004 22:00

Hi Debra This is a longshot but would you mind looking at the NBI for either an Edith Lavinia Kirwan or Coupe please? I don't know much about the NBI or what years it covers but she was alive in 1924. Thank you Tracey


Paul Report 10 May 2004 07:25

Hi Debra. Many thanks for looking. If I find any more info, I'll be in touch. Regards. Paul.


Debbie Report 10 May 2004 18:51

MIKE have e-mailed you regarding, howarth family. deb


Pauline Report 10 May 2004 21:39

Hello Debra, I sent you an email on the 9th May but had trouble sending athough I had confirmation saying I had! Anyway I have solved my query and didn't want you to waste time looking up something I already have the answer to.Pauline


Shirley Report 10 May 2004 21:54

Hi - I've just put the following message on the board - please can you help via your national burial index? I need the area and page number for a death in 1932 for Francis Seymour Allen? Not sure where he died, but he was born in Pembrokeshire and was aged 79 or 80. I want to order the certificate and have just run out of credit! I also can't find anne John's death from Sageston, Carew. She was alive in 1901 according to the census but I have looked from then until 1946 when she would have been 104 but can't find her. The only one listed was in 1901, but we know that she lived well beyond that. Its is just so frustrating. Please can you help??? Many thanks - shirleyB

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A. Neil Report 11 May 2004 01:15

Hi deb. Thanks for the offer. I am looking for any information on my grandfathers family.His name was Thomas King and born in Holbeach St. Johns, Lincolnshire in 1866. His parents were Thomas & Hannah King (nee Darlow). I found a Thomas & Hannah King in the 1881 census, Whaplode Lincolnshire, but there was no son , Thomas. He was 15 at the time and probably not living there. There was a daughter named Mary Hannah on it and she was 12. If you could find them in the 1871 census, then I know I have the right family. Thank you very much.