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Willing to look up Ancestry 1871 Census with Image

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Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 11:37

Samantha, Hi - I've tried looking for her, but can't see anything of her Tried any Brewer before born in Ongar in 1881 .. only one Eliza aged 50. Don't know if she has relative that has Elizabeth Jane. Sorry Tracy

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 11:38

Susan These the only 1 Grey.. but in Hull ?! No Greys in Rawcliffe.. sorry :( Martha Grey 32 Hull, Yorkshire, England Daughter Holy Trinity Yorkshire Martha Grey 7 Hull, Yorkshire, England Granddaughter Holy Trinity Yorkshire Mary A Grey 14 Hull, Yorkshire, England Granddaughter Holy Trinity Yorkshire Ann Penniston 65 Clecthorps, Lincolnshire, England Wife Holy Trinity Yorkshire Robert Penniston 60 Rochdale, Lancashire, England Head Holy Trinity Yorkshire

Susan

Susan Report 24 Mar 2004 12:06

Thanks very much for that, the one which is 14years old looks like it could be the right one. Any look with the Batty? how close are hull and rawcliffe any ideas. close or not? thanks again, susan,

Debi Coone

Debi Coone Report 24 Mar 2004 12:26

Hi Tracy I'd be most grateful for a look up with image thank you very much for your offer. I've also e mailed the request , hope this was ok ? Johan Peter MEYER(S) it was spelt MAYER in the 1881 census. b 1849 Hanover Germany ( British Subject) Cabinet Maker/Glass frame maker In both the 1881 and 1901 census he was living with his wife in Redmans Road, Mile end, Middlesex London. He married in 1872 in London City to : Sara Elizabeth WARD b 1854 Commercial Road East London Could I be greedy and ask for a look up on them both please? Many many thanks for your time and trouble : ) Much happiness Debi

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 13:30

Susan, Sorry.. no luck with Battys... Not sure how far .. I thin it's about 30 mins from each other.

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 13:30

Deb, Sent you email with a reply :)

Tracy

Tracy Report 24 Mar 2004 13:31

Could you please try and find the following family in London: James Notman wife - Matilda children: Fanny Ada, George Henry, Isabella, James, Jeanie, Rosetta, Sarah Jane. I also wonder if James' parents were still alive - James Notman and Mary Ann. Thanks, Tracy

Freda23

Freda23 Report 24 Mar 2004 13:47

Hi Tracey Please could you look me up Thomas and Mary Scott who married in 1842. They were probably living in the Birmingham area in 1871. Thank you very much

Julie

Julie Report 24 Mar 2004 14:34

Hi Tracy, could you please look up some of my Gercken ancestors - they may well come up under "Gerchen" as they seemed to change spelling during the 1800s. Christopher Gercken, Henry Gercken, Joseph Gercken, also possibly Martin Conrad Gercken, Edwin William Gercken, George William gercken - they may show up in London or Middlesex Many thanks in advance! Julie

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 17:34

Tracy, Could find James & Matilda - As for James' parents.. you didn't say the age so found these. Elizabeth Notman 12 Baike,Eton Granddaughter St Marylebone London James Notman 74 Eton, Buckinghamshire, England Head St Marylebone London Mary Notman 48 Windsor, Berkshire, England Daughter St Marylebone London Sorry Tracy

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 17:36

Julie, Christoper Gercken 16 London, Middlesex, England Son Stepney London Edwin Gercken 10 London, Middlesex, England Son Stepney London Elizabeth Gercken 8 London, Middlesex, England Daughter Stepney London Emma Gercken 42 London, Middlesex, England Wife Stepney London Harry Gercken 14 London, Middlesex, England Son Stepney London Henry Gercken 48 London, Middlesex, England Head Stepney London Octavius Gercken 1 London, Middlesex, England Son Stepney London Can get image if wanted... ? Tracy

Julie

Julie Report 24 Mar 2004 17:56

Hi Tracy, yes please if that is ok, I sent you an email message earlier with my email message, please let me know if you would like me to send again! thanks very much for your help with this!! Julie

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 18:08

Julie, You have mail x2 :) Regards, Tracy

Julie

Julie Report 24 Mar 2004 18:19

Tracy, Just got your email.. many thanks for your help with this and good luck with your own research! Best wishes Julie

Eames

Eames Report 24 Mar 2004 18:55

^ nudge

Debi Coone

Debi Coone Report 25 Mar 2004 09:31

Tracy Hellooooooooooo again LOL Is Sussex on the 1871 census yet do you know? If so would you be able to search for a : James PLAYFORD b 1813 Sedlescombe Sussex a farmer with at least seven children ( all boys ) that I know of . wifes name is Annb 1814 Westfield Sussex. They should all be in Sedlescombe Sussex. Many thanks again your a star : ) Much happiness Debi

Eames

Eames Report 25 Mar 2004 09:37

Debs, Unfortunately 1871 on ancestry doesnt cover Sussex yet! Sorreee ... blame them for that ! ;) No doubt I'll be getting another requests from you again in near future LOL Tracy

Debi Coone

Debi Coone Report 25 Mar 2004 09:48

LOL Tracy - how well you know me in such a short time LOL Thank you Tracy. I'll be back ( now where have I heard that b4? lol) Much happiness Debi ( in sunny but cold N Ireland)

Eames

Eames Report 25 Mar 2004 09:54

LOL I've heard this many times! Of course it was said in nicest way! Hope you have better luck than me in searching as I seems to misplace my O'Learys from Ireland, living in UK in the census (possibly the dodgers!) One day.. will get to the bottom of this.. No doubt that they might be mistranscibed (when does it ever be perfect?) Oh well ;) Tracy

Paul

Paul Report 25 Mar 2004 10:05

Hi Tracy Yes the Langlers and Cossons are family so would really like image so have sent you email. Thanks a lot Paul