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WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR IN LEICESTER (PART EIGHT)

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David

David Report 11 Jul 2011 04:58

Hello... anyone still following this? Hannah Pym is my Great Great Great grandmother... Please email me at DavidTaylor2004@aol.com

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 13 Apr 2006 22:08

Greeting's Again Donna ... Farnham Street.... Ran from Humberstone Road to Charnwood Street. That marriage was not at St. Margret's Church. Just checked but drew a blank ..... Marry Cassidy ..... What years are we talking about Re Work houses and which one several until Hillcrest was built 1890 ish Can I help ( I'm a lot cheaper ...lol ) MIKE.

Jane

Jane Report 13 Apr 2006 21:43

Hi Donna, heres the ref for you........................... Marriages Jun 1886 ----------------------------- BROWN Elizabeth Ann Leicester 7a 416 Hall Thomas Leicester 7a 416

MaryfromItaly

MaryfromItaly Report 13 Apr 2006 20:45

Hi Mike, Do you know anything about the Leicester Workhouse records? I have a couple of rellies who ended up there, and I e-mailed the Records Office to see if they could scan the records and send them, but they just sent me a form offering to do research at so much an hour. I think it might be more interesting to do the research myself in that case, next time I'm in the UK, probably this summer. Is it difficult to find your way around those kinds of records?

Donna

Donna Report 13 Apr 2006 14:02

Hi All Just had another look at the street and it looks more like Farnham street number 41 sorry thought i would tell you so you dont waste your time thanks again Donna

Donna

Donna Report 13 Apr 2006 13:59

Hi all Hope everyone is ok...i think i asked a while back for a marriage check on a Thomas Hall and Elizabeth Ann/Annie Grice and you couldnt find one i have received the birth cert for their son Thomas Richard Hall..and the mothers name is Annie Hall formely Brown so could someone please look for a marriage between Thomas Hall and either Elizabeth Ann/Annie Brown or a Annie Elizabeth Brown for me will be greatly appreciated, I came to the Grice name from a census which has them living with a Richard Grice and under Thomas Hall it said son in law...think it was 1891 census but going back you see Richard Grice with Wife and his neighbours are the Browns. Oops Thomas Richard Hall was born 18th march 1888 so marriage should be slightly earlier.Also has anyone heard of Farmland Street (looks like this spelling ) as that is where Thomas Richard was born thanks once again Donna

Loz From Leices

Loz From Leices Report 6 Apr 2006 09:52

Hi Mike I managed to trace Marks son Mark Reeve to Ibstock and also I think I found where in the family the burial ones come. You've been a great help :) Thanks again :) Loz

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 5 Apr 2006 22:54

Greeting's again Loz.... Mark's Marriage details St. Margaret's Parish Church Leicester. Entry No.230, MAY 21, 1866, after Banns MARK PEACOCK, 22, Bach. WEAVER, of CURZON St, son. of CHRISTOPHER PEACOCK, MINER ELIZABETH REEVE, 21, Spinster. of CURZON St, Dau. of JAMES REEVE, FWK Wits: JAMES REEVE, ELIZA MOORE FWK = Frame Work Knitter. MIKE.

Loz From Leices

Loz From Leices Report 5 Apr 2006 22:21

Thanks for the info Mike :) Hopefully they might be ones that stayed in Leicester. It seems some of them were miners and travelled quite a bit. Thanks again.:)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 5 Apr 2006 22:03

Greeting’s again Loz…. Welford Road Cemetery PEACOCK Burials of note ? :- Names. / Dates./ Age. / Last Address known./ Parish. CHRISTOPHER 25 MAY 1877 75 MELTON STREET SAINT MARGARET C E1 1402 C 18711 ANN 23 JUL 1888 88 FROG ISLAND ALL SAINTS C E1 1402 C 29759 CHRISTOPHER CHARLES 28 JUN 1868 2 WANLIP STREET SAINT MARGARET C E1 1402 C 10950 MARK 27 AUG 1880 36 MELTON STREET SAINT MARGARET C E1 1402 C 21703 C = Consecrated Ground. E1. = Section. 1420. = Plot No. (Same one ) C. = Common Plot. Last Column = Burial No’s. MIKE.

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 5 Apr 2006 21:09

Greeting's again Loz.... I had a quick whiz around All saints Parish including Perry's Yard But No sign of them But as you said due to the other places of birth it's not likely they were in Leicester Seeing the birth dates are 1828. then there Will not be a record of birth but there will be ONLY a Christening within the Parish registers which again it's trawl through records at the Records Office Wigston.... But I'll have a look at what I can come up with in the meantime ..... MIKE.

Loz From Leices

Loz From Leices Report 5 Apr 2006 21:01

Thank you Mike thats brilliant :) but if you think the 1841 would take too long don't worry about it too much..It's possible that they might not have been Leicester given the varying places of Birth..The research I'm doing is trying to come forward rather than go back to hopefully clear up a family mystery. I am looking for a William Peacock born 1828 in Leicester his father Is a Christopher so I'm hoping this is the one. Thanks again Loz :)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 5 Apr 2006 20:35

Greeting’s & Welcome Loz.... 1851. INDEX Returns for Christopher Peacock… HO 107 / 2090. / 155. / 17. Leicester. All Saint's Parish. Perry’s Yard. Off North gates. CHRISTOPHER PEACOCK HEAD M 46 M LABORER LND LONDON ANN PEACOCK WIFE M 45 F SPINNER LEI LEICESTER THOMAS PEACOCK SON 18 M LABORER LND LONDON CHRISTOPHER PEACOCK SON 16 M LABORER HRT WATFORD MARK PEACOCK SON 6 M SCHOLAR GLS SAPERTON GLS = Gloucestershire. Above INDEXED as Chrestepher PLAUCHE on the Ancestry Site ...Grrr Here is another Peacock who could be related. HO 107 / 2090. / 21. / 01. Leicester. St. Martins Parish. Free school Lane. JOHN PEACOCK HEAD M 39 M PIPE MAKER YKS HULL ELIZABETH PEACOCK WIFE M 47 F LEI ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH MARY ANN PEACOCK DAU 12 F NURSE GIRL LEI ALST WILLIAM PEACOCK SON 9 M LEI SMRT SAMUEL PEACOCK SON 7 M LEI ALST ALST = All Saints Leicester, SMRT = St. Mary de Castro Parish, The 1841. Census will take a bit longer to find Due to there is no search programme So it’s a Trawl through Parish after Parish So with the wind behind me it will be a Three day search But I ‘ll have a look at the 1851. Address before hand MIKE.

Ralph

Ralph Report 5 Apr 2006 20:28

Hello Mike, I see you are as busy as ever!! regards, Ralph

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 5 Apr 2006 14:23

Hi Loz need a surname for them to have a look Elaine

Loz From Leices

Loz From Leices Report 5 Apr 2006 13:53

Hi there :) Could I ask a favour for anyone who gets a chance to look at the 1851 census for the city and perhaps the 1841 On the 1851 index for the city I have Christopher Peacock head age 46 Ann wife age 45 Christopher son age 16 Mark son age 6 Thomas son age 18 I would like to know where they born if possible also if you could find the family on the 1841 with any other siblings this would be a great help. Thanks in advance Loz Thanks Elaine silly me :)

Beverly

Beverly Report 5 Apr 2006 10:39

Thanks Mike Id be lost without you Bev

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 4 Apr 2006 22:49

Greeting's Beverley.... You may have this already ? ..... Christening's Found with Parents Joseph & Ruth Miles Loddington. Leicestershire. Joseph. Miles. 27th Nov.. 1795. Samuel. 2nd. Sept. 1802. Samuel 25th. Dec. 1813. Richard. 25th. Dec. 1798. Mary. 25th. Feb. 1790. Philip 13.th Nov. 1793. Henry. 22 nd. Nov. 1801. John. 10th. Sept. 1792. William. 11th. June. 1800. Thomas. 31st. May. 1791. Charles. 24th. Feb. 1803. Who was the goalie then ? ...lol O) MARRIAGE found :- Joseph Miles. ~ Ruth Broom. 3rd. April. 1789. Loddington. Leicestershire. By Banns. MIKE. xxx... UPDATED .... Miles Burials found for Loddington. :- MILES ROSE 13 APR 1825 79 MILES WILLIAM 10 JUN 1832 32 MILES THOMAS 31 AUG 1832 8MTHS MILES JOSEPH 30 OCT 1842 73 ABODE BILLESDON MILES EMILY 14 SEPPP 1845 17 UPDATED Again 1841.Census Image HO 107 / 589./ 01. / Page. 5. The Hundred of Gartree, Parish of Billesdon. Within the Village Henry Miles. 40. Ag. Lab. Sarah. Wife. 45. Hannah. Dau. 13. Edward. Son. 11. Joseph. Son. 8. Mary. Dau. 5. ALL born within the County. Also with them Joseph Miles 76. Ag Lab NOT born within the County.

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 4 Apr 2006 22:22

Yep.....Spent many a happy weekend there in the Y.H.A. Hostel .....1950's Go east out of Leicester on the A 47. take the OLD road into East Norton ( not the new By pass ) turn left approx 2 mile down tis road it goes down sharp hill if you don't put your brakes on you finish up in the old Vicarage which was the Hostel.... MIKE.xx

Beverly

Beverly Report 4 Apr 2006 21:51

Thanks Mike your an angel can you tell me whereabouts Loddington Leicestershire is because on other Census thats where Joseph comes from Bev