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1841 census lookups offered

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Unknown Report 22 Aug 2005 19:03

Hi Robyne Thanks for the offer. I'm looking for Samuel & Esther Hawkridge on the 1841 Nottinghamshire census. I think they will be in Beeston. Their son Henry was born there in 1838 and my gggrandfather in the same village in 1843 so hope they were static. They may have additional children with them, Thomas and James, I'm unsure when those two were born Many thanks Lou


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 19:36

hi Julie there is an Ann Doughty age 60, doesnt say anything else unfortunately


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 19:42

Hi Cat sorry, there is no Esther or Samuel listed in Notts or any other area covered


Lana Report 22 Aug 2005 20:02

Hi Robyne If the offer is still open, please could you look for a Drusilla (Druscilla) Naunton for me. She was born in about 1809 in Southwold, Suffolk, and I don't think she left there. She never married, and her parents were Charles (a baker, I think) and Elizabeth. Many thanks Lana


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 20:10

Hi Lara Drucilla (30) is living with a Charles Naunton (70) in High Street Southwold

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 22 Aug 2005 20:17

Thanks Robyn Am looking for Wards Have this 1851 Census Living at 90 Hotel Street, Leicester George Ward Head M 31 Occupation fishmonger Born Newarke NTT Ann Ward Wife 37 Born Ibstock Lei George Ward Son 7 Scholar Born Leicester William Ward Son 5 Scholar Born Leicester William Peet Serv 18 Occupation Errand Boy Born Leicester James Ward Broth U 19 Occupation Fishmonger Born Newarke Ntt Rebecca East Serv U 13 Occupation Servant born Leicester Ibstock There is quite a gap between the 2 brothers but was hoping you might find something from this. James does return to Newarke before moving to Scarborough but have nothing to go on re any other brothers or parents Thanks for taking the time to do this, it is much appreciated Elaine


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 20:47

William Ward (60) Ag Lab Millicent (45) George (19) Lab James (14) Lab Mary (7) York St Newark Upon Trent Will look for another James just in case


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 20:51

scrap that, have the right one i think. 2 secs


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 20:53

thomas Ward (40) Fishmonger Mary (35) George (11) James (4) Sarah (7) Anne (6) Jane (1) Although this then puts Georges age wrong! Will keep looking

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 22 Aug 2005 20:59

In 1861 George is 43!!!, have to sign off now but wanted to say thanks in anticipation. Will be checking in tomorrow night- have to go to work (LOL) Elaine


James Report 22 Aug 2005 21:03

Hi Robyne, Thanks for the kind offer. Could you see if there were any other children born to Charles & Harriet Sanders by 1841, please? Charles Sanders m. Harriet Notley Harriet bap. 01/11/1831 Honiton on Otter, Devon Charles bap. 14/11/1832 Honiton on Otter, Devon Susan Mary bap. 14/01/1835 Honiton on Otter, Devon Mary Ann bap. 31/05/1836 Honiton on Otter, Devon Many thanks, Jim


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 21:10

Hi Jim I have Charles 45 publican? Harriett 40 Elizabeth 12 Harriet 10 charles 9 Susan (looks like) 7 Mary Ann 5


Paul Report 22 Aug 2005 21:19

Hi Robyn Thank you for the kind offer - any information you could shed please on my rellie Issac would be gratefully received. Isaac Price b.1811 Forest of Dean (has been quoted as West Dean,Pillowell, Coleford or Whitecroft) - Should be with Mary Price b.1814 Newnham. Many Thanks ... P


Julie Report 22 Aug 2005 21:27

Robyne A Big thanks for looking That might be Hannah and calling herself Ann as the family above in the census is her daughter and son inlaw. Thanks again Julie


Unknown Report 22 Aug 2005 21:32

Hi Robyne Ooops, blame a bad night with the baby last night and I'm bog-eyed! Wrong names...Samuel is the son who was born there in 1843! Parents are James & Ann Hawkridge...please! Sorry! Lou


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 21:51

Hi Paula I can find an Isaac Price and a Mary Price, but they arent together. Both in the Forest Dean. let me know if you want those


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 21:56

Hi Cat i have James 35 Ann 31 a male that looks like Hess? 3 transcribed Heny, could be Henry? Jane 11 months (actully transcribed as Jams!)


Unknown Report 22 Aug 2005 21:59

Robyne That's brilliant, many thanks for your time and trouble a 2nd time! It fits that the elder child is Henry as he was born in 1838 and I have his baptism record and judging by the information, I now know that James was the next child born to them which is fantastic. Many many thanks Lou


Sandra Report 22 Aug 2005 22:05

Hi Robyne Thanks for looking I do not know too much about Henry Bailey he would be aged from 16 to 20 and was married to Emma at one point was living in the parish of Blaxhall Suffolk Many thanks Sandra


Raymond Report 22 Aug 2005 22:20

Hi Robyne - Are you able to find any information re: Edward Humphrys born about 1838 in Axbridge Somerset, his father may be Mark Humphrys. I welcome any information this person is become a bit of 'brick wall'. Kind Regards -- Ray