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Anyone want any Census help!!!!!!!

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Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 15:41

Hi Fred Here's what I've found so far JOHN CLAXSON how sure are you of his wife's name? 1841 Census: Elizabeth Claxson abt 1781 Middlesex, England St James Clerkenwell Middlesex John Claxson abt 1777 Middlesex, England St James Clerkenwell Middlesex Source information: HO107/660/4 Registration district: Clerkenwell Sub-registration district: Goswell Street ED, institution, or vessel: 6 Folio: 8 Page: 8 (click to see others on page) Line number: 14 GSU Number: 438777 does this help at all? Pallot's Marriage Index for England: 1780 - 1837 Record about Esther Claxson Name: Esther Claxson Spouse: Wm Richardson Marriage Date: 1834 Parish: Clerkenwell St James or this? ESTHER HAYNES CLAXSON Female Birth: 19 JAN 1811 Christening: MAR 1811 Saint John Horseleydowns, Bermondsey, London, England Parents: Father: JOHN CLAXSON Family Mother: ESTHER could this be Esther DEath? Deaths Sep 1840 RICHARDSON Esther W Ham 12 1__ Have you found them on any other Census? Cheryl

Fred (“\(*-*)/”)

Fred (“\(*-*)/”) Report 4 May 2006 16:32

Hi Cheryl thanks for looking Elizabeth Claxson abt 1781 Middlesex, England St James Clerkenwell Middlesex John Claxson abt 1777 Middlesex, England St James Clerkenwell Middlesex This is a different John Claxson, confirmed incorrect by his will Pallot's Marriage Index for England: 1780 - 1837 Record about Esther Claxson Name: Esther Claxson Spouse: Wm Richardson Marriage Date: 1834 Parish: Clerkenwell St James I have this it is William And Esther's marriage ESTHER HAYNES CLAXSON Female Birth: 19 JAN 1811 Christening: MAR 1811 Saint John Horseleydowns, Bermondsey, London, England Parents: Father: JOHN CLAXSON Family Mother: ESTHER Think this is probably Esther Claxson, so am looking for her parents John and Esther in 1841 could this be Esther DEath? Deaths Sep 1840 RICHARDSON Esther W Ham 12 1__ She lived until 1885 Have you found them on any other Census? William and Esther Richardson - b 1811-1813. William's occupation Solicitor - Middlesex - Poss Bloomsbury found on 1851-61-71-81

Atlantic Blue

Atlantic Blue Report 4 May 2006 17:14

Thanks for the offer Cheryl ... could you try one for me please from the 1851 census. John Thompson born 1826 approx in Scalby North Yorkshire wife was Ann born about 1829 in Sandsend North Yorkshire. They will probably be in the Scalby / Seamer area of Scarborough North Yorkshire. Oh and same search for John Thompson in the 1841 census please ... his parents were Duel Thompson and Jane Many thanks Mike

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 18:05

hi Fred Sorry but no sign of John or Esther Claxson Can you give me the either 1851/1861 details you have for William and Esther Richardson it might help Regards Cheryl

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 18:15

Hi Mike 1851 Census: Living at Eastgate Top Civil parish: Seamer Ann Thompson abt 1829 Sandsend, Yorkshire, England Wife Seamer Yorkshire John Thompson abt 1826 Scalby, Yorkshire, England Head Seamer Yorkshire Source information: HO107/2368 Registration district: Scarborough Sub-registration district: Filey ED, institution, or vessel: 13 Folio: 764 Page: 13 (click to see others on page) Household schedule number: 43 GSU Number: 87646-87649 Will now look for him in 1841 Cheryl

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 18:21

Hi Mike John's proving difficult in 1841 as it only lists county they were born in not place. Anyway here's his father Living in Throxenby Duel Thompson abt 1801 Yorkshire, England Scalby Yorkshire George Thompson abt 1834 Yorkshire, England Scalby Yorkshire Mary Thompson abt 1826 Yorkshire, England Scalby Yorkshire Source information: HO107/1261/12 Registration district: Scarborough Sub-registration district: Scarborough ED, institution, or vessel: 4A Folio: 2 Page: 4 (click to see others on page) Line number: 1 GSU Number: 464235 He was a Bacon Factor???? proberley a Pig Farmer Now to look for John Cheryl

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 18:27

Hi Mike Could this be him? John Thompson abt 1791 Yorkshire, England Sancton Yorkshire John Thompson abt 1826 Yorkshire, England Sancton Yorkshire Source information: HO107/1220/13 Registration district: Pocklington Sub-registration district: Market Weighton ED, institution, or vessel: 7 Folio: 8 Page: 9 (click to see others on page) Line number: 21 GSU Number: 464220 Let me know if I'm wrong and I'll take another look Cheryl

Tiger-Lily

Tiger-Lily Report 4 May 2006 18:33

Yes please Cheryl! Can you find Albert Edward Kirby born c1869 in Lambeth? He may be married to Elizabeth born c1873. These are my great grandparents. I have found the family in the 1851, 1861 1871, 1881 and the 1901. But I just cannot find them in the 1891! Any help really appreciated. Regards TG X

Ann

Ann Report 4 May 2006 18:49

Please, Cheryl! 1871 Census for Thomas Butterworth Witton Cheshire. Estimated birth year 1862. Cheers! In fact any census returns for the Butterworths there!

Ken

Ken Report 4 May 2006 19:42

Hi Cheryl, Would you please look in 1841 census for: ROBERT CALOW b.1791 St. George, Southwark, Surrey. Would you also look for him in 1861. Many thanks, Ken.

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 19:46

Hi TG I've found his marriage which you might have Marriages Dec 1889 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hackney Elizabeth St.Saviour 1d 382 KIRBY Albert Edward St Saviour Southwark 1d 382 Tried all sorts of variations of the name but no luck sorry Cheryl

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 19:50

Hi Ann THOMAS BUTTERWORTH 1871 Census: In Witton Street Catherine Butterworth abt 1856 Witton, Cheshire, England Daughter Witton Cheshire Hannah Butterworth abt 1822 Witton, Cheshire, England Wife Witton Cheshire Thomas Butterworth abt 1862 Witton, Cheshire, England Son Witton Cheshire William Butterworth abt 1816 Kingmer, Sussex, England Head Witton Cheshire Henry Carter abt 1845 Witton, Cheshire, England Stepson Witton Cheshire Jane Hannah Carter abt 1849 Witton, Cheshire, England Stepdaughter Witton Cheshire Source information: RG10/3697 Registration district: Northwich Sub-registration district: Northwich ED, institution, or vessel: 16 Folio: 68 Page: 2 (click to see others on page) Household schedule number: 7 GSU Number: 842112 his father was a Grocer and Music Seller It was a shop. I used to work in Witton Street Northwich what a small world If you need anything else let me know Cheryl

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 20:20

Hi Margaret There are two Elizabeth Pattison abt 1786 Durham, England Darlington Durham Elizabeth Pattison abt 1826 Durham, England Darlington Durham Joseph Pattison abt 1826 Durham, England Darlington Durham Margaret Pattison abt 1830 Durham, England Darlington Durham Robert Pattison abt 1786 Durham, England Darlington Durham Source information: HO107/303/25 Registration district: Darlington Sub-registration district: Darlington ED, institution, or vessel: 10 Folio: 19 Page: 32 (click to see others on page) Line number: 20 GSU Number: 241350 Father was a Coal Leader and Elizabeth Baker abt 1816 Durham, England Darlington Durham Ann Carter abt 1821 Durham, England Darlington Durham Joseph Pattison abt 1826 Durham, England Darlington Durham Source information: HO107/303/26 Registration district: Darlington Sub-registration district: Darlington ED, institution, or vessel: 12 Folio: 35 Page: 23 (click to see others on page) Line number: 2 GSU Number: 241350 It looks like a Bakers shop See what you think there others but birthdates a bit further out. Cheryl

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 4 May 2006 20:30

Hi Ken Could this be him? 1841Census: Amy Calow abt 1795 Surrey, England St Giles Camberwell Surrey Ann Calow abt 1820 Surrey, England St Giles Camberwell Surrey Frederick Calow abt 1834 Surrey, England St Giles Camberwell Surrey Robert Calow abt 1791 Surrey, England St Giles Camberwell Surrey Sarah Calow abt 1830 Surrey, England St Giles Camberwell Surrey Source information: HO107/1052/6 Registration district: Camberwell Sub-registration district: St George Camberwell ED, institution, or vessel: 17 Folio: 36 Page: 28 (click to see others on page) Line number: 3 GSU Number: 474651 Can't find in 1861 sorry Cheryl

Atlantic Blue

Atlantic Blue Report 4 May 2006 20:50

Cheryl Many many thanks for your time and efforts. Helped me out a lot. Regards Mike

Ann

Ann Report 4 May 2006 21:08

Many many thanks Cheryl I have sent you a message!

Ken

Ken Report 4 May 2006 21:11

That's the one Cheryl. Thanks for your help. Ken.

David

David Report 4 May 2006 21:20

Hi Cheryl I’m looking help tracking down a Annie Whibley and her family. I know that she married a George Blacknell on March 18th 1886, I have a copy of the certificate. She was 21 with a residence of Plumstead. Her father was called George Whibley and he was a stoker. Any information you can provide would be a great help. Thanks David

Ken

Ken Report 4 May 2006 21:35

Hello again Cheryl, Can I be greedy and ask for another search please? 1861 and 1871 census for: HENRY CALOW b.1822 St. Giles, Camberwell, Surrey. Thanks Cheryl. Ken.

Kay

Kay Report 5 May 2006 04:22

Hi Cheryl, Lovely - that's certainly Henry and family. Many thanks for your time and effort. Best wishes, Kay