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1841 census lookups offered

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Janet Report 24 Aug 2005 06:43

Hi Robyne GODDARD family Thanks for the info and the offer of a list of all - Cannot ask you to do this will make the effort to arrange a visit to Derbyshire Records office sooner than later - have a sister living sort of up that way will have to arrange a visit and a day out to the records office, I am sure she will be impressed. She thinks I am mad already. Thanks again Jan


Robyne Report 24 Aug 2005 19:28

Hi Rebecca there is no David Morum in any of the areas available


Robyne Report 24 Aug 2005 19:32

Moses Longman 40 farmer Ann 40 Ann 15 Thomas 15 william 14 john 13 Selinia 9 sophia 7 Henry 4 Blackrow Farm, Lydlinch Dorset


Robyne Report 24 Aug 2005 19:36

Ann Honiwell There isnt anyone who would match that person in age, the only ones are in Devon really. Have you tried checking if someone can read it for you (if you have a scanner)


Robyne Report 24 Aug 2005 19:39

Hi Chezza there are 799 William Williams in Monmouthshire!!! and no Cynfiog or whatever it was!


Robyne Report 24 Aug 2005 19:46

Michelle There is a Samuel Stevens age 4 on the census but dad is Robert, living in Chelmsford. Let me know if you would like that.


Chezza Report 25 Aug 2005 00:17

Hi Robyne Thanks for the look ups. Moses Longman spot on. Have not got a scanner I am afraid. Have had several people look at certificate with Ann Honiwell on it even blown it up on photocopier. originally thought it was Hornwell but not many with that name anywhere it appears. Thought Wiliam Williams might be a problem! The place is Cwmsyfiog, could also be Bedwelty, Cwm Corrwag or Mynyddyslwn, but probable too many too look at in those places as well. Not to worry. Regards Cheryl


Michelle Report 25 Aug 2005 08:52

Hi I think that could be my samuel stevens, if possible could you send me the details especially if it says mothers name and any brothers and sisters. Thank you for your help have been pulling my hair out. michelle


RStar Report 25 Aug 2005 09:03

Hello, thankyou for your offer. Could you look up William Marriott born 1818 in Calverton, Nottingham. He may have been living with his parents, Cornelius and Mary, so would be listed as son. Or poss he'd married a girl called Caroline and was with her; I know they married in the 1840s; just not sure what year exactly. But all the Marriotts in Calverton tie in somewhere. I'd be interested to know who was living in the household and what the address was. Thanks!!!

Lynda Ferret Lady

Lynda Ferret Lady Report 25 Aug 2005 10:09

Hi Robyne Could you please do a look up for me if you have time. I have a Nathaniel Paul/Paull born Plymouth on 1881 census he is 44 and on 1901 census he is 62 so I think he would be born about mid 1830's. I think his Father was a John Paull. Hope this is enough information for you. Thanks if you can help. Lyndax


Robyne Report 29 Aug 2005 16:44

Apologies for the delay in replies Michelle - Samuel Stevens Union Yard, Essex Robert Stevens 30 (looks like Tarrier?) Elizabeth 35 Robert 12 Elizah 10 William 8 George 6 Samuel 4 Louisa 10 mths


Robyne Report 29 Aug 2005 16:49

william Marriott Cornelius 50 Mary 55 William 20 Hannah 15 Ruben 15 Address is Simners Farm, Calverton. There are 24 Marriotts in the Calverton area


Robyne Report 29 Aug 2005 16:55

Hi Lynda John Paul 29 Susanna 28 Nathaniel 5 Castle Street, Plymouth


Jayne Report 29 Aug 2005 17:44

hi can you check the 41 census for worcestershire please. I am looking for a Mary Ann Hemming(s) born around 1837 in Stourbridge, her father was William, sorry i have no other info Jayne


Rick Report 29 Aug 2005 18:37

Hi Robyne, Please could you look for George Parker aged 17 in Shenfield, Essex and Mary Ann Atteridge also 17 in Mountnessing, Essex. Thanks very much for your offer, Rick.


****Nicky Report 29 Aug 2005 18:45

Hi Robyne. I am looking for Thomas and Jane Thorne living in Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, probably in their 30's or 40's. Thanks Nicky


Robyne Report 29 Aug 2005 19:06

Hi Jayne Mary Hemming 4 Long Lands Stourbridge She is at the top of page 3 so i had to find Hemming at the bottom of page 2 and i couldnt. lots of William Hemmings, but none in the right area. You dont have an inkling of any kinds of siblings or mother? This is its page reference number, so maybe someone can find the one before HO 107/1198/12


Robyne Report 29 Aug 2005 19:15

Nathaniel Parker 35 Lab Ann 35 George Parker 15 Mary 10 Charles 5 Nathaniel 2 Living in Cottage, Shenfield There is only one Ann Atteridge in Essex Thomas 35 Ag Lab Rebecca 35 Anne 15 John 10 Charles 8 George 6 James 3 Living in Hyde Green, Essex


Robyne Report 29 Aug 2005 19:19

Jane and Thomas Thorne Thomas 50 Ag Lab Jane 35 Sarah 12 Ann 10 Eliza 8 jane 3 John 1


Sally-Anne Report 29 Aug 2005 20:34

Robyne, I am trying to trace a Jane (WINGFIELD) who was born in abt 1821 in Bath, Somerset. I know that she married a Henry Clark, but can only trace her maiden name from a very old scrap of faded paper my grandma left me. Wingfield is my best guess as I can only see the fist 5 letters! Grasping at straws here. Thanks Sally