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Anyone need a 1891 census lookup?UPDATED

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Jean Durant

Jean Durant Report 2 Nov 2003 20:27

Please Janet. Henry William Snelling, 35/38, born Clerkenwell. Somewhere in London I believe. In 1881 found with his wife Emily. By 1901 he is with a Jane Snelling and four children. No remarriage found and his wife Emily found on her own in 1901. Many thanks,.

Sharon

Sharon Report 2 Nov 2003 20:38

Hello Could you please look up an Edward John Edwards born 1856 in Lambeth married to Jane and in 1891 should have 5 children (edward,willie,dorothy,nellie and lydia). Have found them on 1901 census living in Stepney, London and occupations as Newsagents. Hope you can help. Thanks Sharon

Unknown

Unknown Report 2 Nov 2003 20:40

Thanks again for the information, you have given me another one I didnt know about.your help is really appreciated Janis

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 20:43

your really welcome janis :) glad to help

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 20:47

message sent to ronald jan

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 20:55

e-mail sent to stuart jan

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 21:07

e-mail sent to gillian jan

Sue

Sue Report 2 Nov 2003 21:11

Hi Jan Thank you very much for looking. I have sent you an e-mail. Many thanks Sue

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 21:18

e-mail sent to jackie pauline you have replies on another thread if you need anymore e-mail me jan

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 21:38

e-mail sent to Michele jan

Michele

Michele Report 2 Nov 2003 21:51

Hi Janet Many Thanks for trying Michele

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 21:59

e-mail sent to kevin :) jan

BrianW

BrianW Report 2 Nov 2003 22:01

Jan Thanks once again. You've done enough for me and I am very grateful, but you might be interested in the puzzle. Hannah Jane Harris seems to be a will of the wisp, along with her father Charles. However, along with the few certificates handed down to me, there is one for the birth of Jane Macey on 9/11/1871. Her mother is Elizabeth Macey, formerly Crawley. Her father is Charles. But, and here's the strange thing, the address is 4 Middle Street, where Charles Harris, his wife Jane and daughter Jane lived in 1881 and 1891 (excluding the deceased wife in 1891). If it wasn't for the fact that the wife's name was different, I would have been tempted to surmise that the Maceys changed their name to Harris ! And in 1892 on the marriage certificate, Charles Harris's profession was brickmaker, whereas in 1891 it was Mangler. So your 1891 data has laid that theory to rest. So thanks again Regards Brian

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 23:04

e-mails sent to jean and sharon :) :) jan

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 2 Nov 2003 23:52

Hi Brian, that really is a puzzle... have double checked the census and it def says mangler... very strange, if you need any more look ups dont hestita to ask :) Jan

Gigi

Gigi Report 3 Nov 2003 07:42

Hi Janet, Thanks for looking for me anyway!! Gillian

Shirley

Shirley Report 3 Nov 2003 10:29

Hi Janet Could you see if there are any Porters living at 76 New Church Street, Bermondsey. It could be under Church Street New. They were there in 1889. I am trying to find William James Porter. Also I am looking for Charles Glover Simpson b 1833 Bethnal Green. Mary Martha Simpson b 1838 Clapham. But living in Bermondsey also. Thanks Shirley

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 3 Nov 2003 14:04

have e-mailed you shirley jan

Jan From Bristol

Jan From Bristol Report 3 Nov 2003 15:07

e-mail sent to Christine Jan

Gloria

Gloria Report 3 Nov 2003 16:14

yes ty janet seems that is my grandfather. can i look up any further information on line with those reference numbers you sent me? (edward freed)