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1841 census lookups offered

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Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 22:21

Hi Sandra I have several Henry's and mary's but not living together or in the Melton area. Do you have any ideas on Henry's age or any siblings/spouse etc?


Robyne Report 22 Aug 2005 22:30

Hi Raymond I dont know if these two are related as Mark is at the bottom of one page and Edward is at the top of another, but they are both in the Wellow area of Somerset Page 6 mark Humphries 35 Lab Sarah 30 Other page (7) Thos 13 joseph 8 Jesse 6 Edward 4 Mark 1 There are a lot of Humphries in the Hassage area of Wellow living next door to each other and with similar names so could be related


Paul Report 22 Aug 2005 23:02

Hi Robyne Thanks I had assumed Issac and Mary would be married by 1841 and they would be living together. Please can you let me have the details fo Issac. Mary would be Mary Elway (b.1814 Forest of Dean) sorry I should have mentioned that in my first mail - If I could be 'cheeky' and ask for her details as well. Thanks again ... P


Raymond Report 22 Aug 2005 23:13

Hi again Robyne Thanks for finding info regarding Edward Humphrys, this could be the break through I needed. Many, many thanks for your efforts and such a promt reply to my original query. Regards -- Ray


Robyne Report 23 Aug 2005 08:30

HI Paula There is a Mary Elway 25 James 60 Ann 65 there are lots of Elways in the Dean Forest area and all have pretty much the same names. if you want me to give you the info on those too let me know Isaac Price 23 Samuel Price 55 Margaret 58 All of those are the Pillowell area, including mary


Gillian Report 23 Aug 2005 10:38

Hi Robyne Are you able to find anything in Devon for Henry (Harry) Lavis born approx 1800 in Tavistock (I think), wife Ann and children Willmoat 1833, Ann 1836 & Henry 1838 approx., possibly Thomas born 1841. Thank you so much. Gill


James Report 23 Aug 2005 11:28

Hi Robyne, Many thanks indeed for taking the time to look-up my request, which had added a named unknown to me and is very helpful and much appreciated. Warmest thanks & regards, Jim


Paul Report 23 Aug 2005 11:42

Hi Robyne Thank you so much for taking the time to look this up, this means 3 new names for me. Thanks again ... P


Debbie Report 23 Aug 2005 14:34

Hi Robyne Can you please look up the following: Robert Day, born c. 1812 in Wingfield, Hoxne, Suffolk (head) Lydia Day, born c. 1810 in Fressingfield, Hoxne, Suffolk (wife) Cheers Debbie


Janet Report 23 Aug 2005 15:46

Hello Robyne Thanks for your kind offer, I am looking for a family called GODDARD, Ilkeston, Derbyshire. Samuel GODDARD born approx 1825 Parents: William GODDARD AND Lois GODDARD. I think William born 1796 ish. If poss any GODDARDS you can find in Ilkeston - If there are not too many. Thanks again Jan


Robyne Report 23 Aug 2005 19:02

Hi Gillian Henry Lavis 31 occupation looks something like 'load'? Ann 30 Wilmot 7 Ann 5 Henry 2 Back Street, Higher Devon


Robyne Report 23 Aug 2005 19:08

Hi Debbie Robert Day 28 Ag Lab Lydia Day 32 william 14 Lavinia 7 Sydney 5 Edgar 3 Edward 9mths


Robyne Report 23 Aug 2005 19:16

Hi Janet there is no lois and William in Derbyshire at all in 1841. There is a William with a Sarah, and there is a Samuel aged 15 living on his own as a labourer. I have also looked for Lois in all counties available and she isnt there There are 30 Goddards in Ilkeston. Im happy to write them down here, although will be in alphabetical order (with area, age street etc) as it would take quite a long time to look at every census image to see who is with whom Let me know


Victoria Report 23 Aug 2005 19:20

Hi Robyne Thanks for the offer. Looking for 1841 Gloucestershire, possibly Sherborne parish, Edmund Pittaway (or Pittway) Sarah Pittaway both probably in their 50s or older. Regards Victoria


Robyne Report 23 Aug 2005 20:37

Hi Lady V There is only 1 Edmund Pittaway in the Glocs area and he is 35 married to a Allis


Dorothy Report 23 Aug 2005 21:29

Please Robyn, can you see if there are ANY Charlick families in New St. Plymouth, Devon, or any that might come up in your search. Very many thank's. Dolly


Rebecca Report 23 Aug 2005 23:30

Hi Robyne, Could you look up David Morum in Cheltenham born early 1800s in Bromley, Kent Many thanks Beki


Chezza Report 24 Aug 2005 01:24

Hi Robyne Thank you for your offer. Can you find anything for Moses Longman born 1801 Horsington Somerset but living in Dorset possibly Lydlinch in 1841. Wife was Ann. Looking especially for son William born 1827. Also for Ann Honiwell or Hornwell born 1828 possibly born Melbury Bubb Dorset. Or even any Ann with a similar surname as name on daughter's birth certificate difficult to decipher. Thanks again Chezza


Chezza Report 24 Aug 2005 01:33

Hi again Robyne If I may be so bold as to ask another favour having seen Monmouthshire on your list...... Is there anything on the census for a William Williams ( I know there are probably dozens) for Cwmsyfiog. Just to add no futher help at all he was a coal miner - and I dont know his date of birth. But would appreciate a look see if you can manage it. Thanks Chezza


Michelle Report 24 Aug 2005 05:29

Hi, Thank you for your offer I am looking for a Henry Stevens in the Essex Census. He would have been living in Chelmsford. On that census there would also have been his son Samuel Henry Stevens born approx 1837. I don't know any other details and am hoping the census will give me wife's details and any other children they may have had. Thanks for your time.