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London 1851 census Please don't use this one

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~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 7 Jul 2004 16:28

*************************************************** Can you not use this thread anymore it's too full. I have put another thread on for requests. Thanks Lynda ***************************************************

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 7 Jul 2004 16:18

Hi Irene Nothing for William or John. 1871 This is the only James that could match, living 44 Kings Street Lewisham Ada Taylor 4 months Lewisham, Sussex, England Niece Lewisham London Caroline Taylor 60 Arundel, Sussex, England Wife Lewisham London Caroline Taylor 21 Arundel, Sussex, England Daughter Lewisham London James Taylor 60 Walthamstow, Essex, England Head Lewisham London John Taylor 19 Arundel, Sussex, England Son Lewisham London Kate Taylor 17 Brighton, Sussex, England Daughter Lewisham London Thomas Living Nelson Lodge Stoke Newington. Catherine Taylor 43 Hackney, Middlesex, England Wife Stoke Newington London Leo Taylor 9 Stoke Newington So Honsey, Middlesex, England Son Stoke Newington London Lincoln Taylor 6 Stoke Newington So Honsey, Middlesex, England Son Stoke Newington London Maria Taylor 25 Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England Daughter Stoke Newington London Thomas G Taylor 52 Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England Head Stoke Newington London Victor Taylor 16 South Hackney, Middlesex, England Son Stoke Newington London If you think either maybe yours and you want the images email me direct and I will send them to you. Hope they help Lynda

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 7 Jul 2004 15:56

Hi Helen If this was a census number it would start H107 (thats for 1851) then there would be a 4 digit number called a piece number (that is the area) then the folio number is next either 1 2 or 3 numbers. If the number you have is the folio number for a census then you should have the bits before. If you have them I can then look for you. I do hope I have explained what I mean. I'm not very good at that, sorry. Lynda


Martin Report 7 Jul 2004 15:50

I agree with you Linda...this doesn't look like my man...the address was where he was in 1841 census..I am getting another death certificate at the end of this week..for 1853...will see what the address is on there...perhaps they had moved by then... Many thanks for looking Regards Martin

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 7 Jul 2004 15:47

Hi Martin I don't think this is yours, but the first name is Samuel, but the surname looks like Marton, not Etherton, but can't be 100% what it says will give the detailas anyway and you can tell if there yours. 7 Gibralter Gardens Samuel 52 silk weaving journeyman b. Warwickshire Catherine 53 wife Occ as above b. Warwickshire William 22 son Occ as above b.Bethnl green As I've said I don't think the name is Etherton. There were nothing else in this Street for the name. Lynda


Irene Report 6 Jul 2004 21:50

Hi Lynda Thank you very much for the details on the Bouchards. I do appreciate your help very much. Heres the details on the Taylor family. William Taylor b 2 Oct 1800 Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney James William Taylor c 18 March 1810 Walthamstow. Essex Thomas Taylor c 17 Feb 1811 St Matthews, Bethnal Green. John William Taylor c 9 April 1815 Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney Hope you can find some info on them in 1871. Thanks again for all the help. Irene in NZ


Helen Report 6 Jul 2004 14:54

Hello Lynda, can you help me with some info on a family please. I'm after a family called Anderson. I have folio numbers of 781 and 782 from Sarah Arkell. The head is George Anderson, aged 52 on folio 781. There are 11 more Andersons on folio 781, and 2 John and Alfred on 782. A possible address is George St, Millwall. This is from a christening record of 1850, so may be wrong. Thanks Helen


Martin Report 6 Jul 2004 09:29

Hello Lynda, Could you check the following for me please ?? Surname - Etherton Address - Gibraltar Gardens, Bethnal Green Would love to know dates/places of birth of a Samuel Etherton if you can find any other info.. Many Thanks Martin


Unknown Report 6 Jul 2004 06:55

Thanks very much Lynda - I'm not sure if they're mine or not! Gives me something to work on though:) Thanks! David


Annie Report 5 Jul 2004 20:39

\Am most grateful for your time. Thanks ever so much A

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 5 Jul 2004 20:19

Hi Tim There were 2 number 8's 1st 8 Triggs & Lynes 2nd 8 Brookman, Gill & Goldson. Hope it helps Lynda


Annie Report 5 Jul 2004 17:03

Hi Does your census include Marylebone? I'm looking for William CANE and his daughter Phoebe CANE. Her marriage cert in 1856 says she was of full age and lived in Trinity District. Father William was 'in the army'. Thanks if you can help and thanks if you can't! xx A


Unknown Report 5 Jul 2004 07:53

Hi Lynda Sorry to ask for your help again but I'm soo stuck on this lot and can't find any suitable matches on 1837. When you've time could you please have a look on the 1851 partial index for Charles Carr aged about 6 born Clerkenwell or Pancras, Harriet Carr or Strachan aged about 18 born Pancras and Ann Strachan aged 1-5 born Pancras or St Lukes. I should think that they're all in St Pancras if you need a district. Thank you:) David


Shan Report 5 Jul 2004 00:29

Lynda, thankyou so much for your time, it dosent help at all LOL just keep having to look down the other alley's of london. All the best Shan


Shan Report 5 Jul 2004 00:09

Sorry lynda, asked if you could tell me who lived 10 Great Wild Street, thought it may be Hennessey but you confirmed it was'nt so i asked if you would be so kind as to tell me who was. My fault entirley.thank's everso Shan


Shan Report 4 Jul 2004 23:37

just a weeny one, in case you missed it, and if u did'nt i apologise Shan


Sharon Report 4 Jul 2004 20:14

Hi Lynda Thanks for looking anyway. Sharon

~ Lynda ~

~ Lynda ~ Report 4 Jul 2004 17:41

Hi Sharon There were two number 7's, but no Willmore's. I looked at all the houses in the Terrace, but there wern't any Willmore's there. Sorry Lynda


Vera Report 4 Jul 2004 14:14

Hi Lynda, Very grateful for your time. Yes thanks it helps a lot. Again thanks Regards Vera


Sharon Report 4 Jul 2004 14:09

Hi Lynda Could you please look to see if there are any Willmore's living at 7 Splidts Terrace, St George in the East please. Many Thanks Sharon