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The Bag

The Bag Report 27 Aug 2005 16:05

Kaye, is this the right family on 1901? Ethel M Samuel abt 1899 Pendoylan, Glamorgan, Wales Daughter Pendoylan Glamorgan Lily Edith Samuel abt 1890 Dorchester, Dorset, England Daughter Pendoylan Glamorgan Magaret H Samuel abt 1864 Celcen, Flintshire, Wales Wife Pendoylan Glamorgan Thomas Samuel abt 1859 Lancarven, Glamorgan, Wales Head Pendoylan Glamorgan William Samuel abt 1892 Welsh St Donats, Glamorgan, Wales Son Pendoylan Glamorgan Source information: RG13/4996 folio 110 page 5 Registration district: Cardiff Sub-registration district: St Nicholas ED, institution, or vessel: 27

The Bag

The Bag Report 27 Aug 2005 16:11

John half a Scot Where where Timothy and Jack born - have you found them on 1901 census? if so where please

Michele

Michele Report 27 Aug 2005 16:14

This info may be to vague so will understand if you cant help. I am looking for the death of John Ansell between 1849 and 1855 in Harting Sussex it may come under Midhurst Sussex. He would be aged approx 20-30 I would think. Thanks Michele

The Bag

The Bag Report 27 Aug 2005 17:02

Michelle;2 possibles Ansell, John 1852 March Deaths Brighton Sussex East Sussex Volume: 2b Page: [18]02 ------------------------------------------ Ansell, John 1855 December Deaths Midhurst Hampshire Sussex District: Midhurst County: Hampshire Sussex Volume: 2b Page: 213

The Bag

The Bag Report 27 Aug 2005 17:07

Selina- you are not asking the impossible, just asking for too much at a time and i am not sure what i am looking for! can we do one person or thing at a time please!

Michele

Michele Report 27 Aug 2005 17:08

The second one looks promising. Thanks you so much. Michele

DIZZI

DIZZI Report 27 Aug 2005 19:32

Hi Jess Re lynn marriage, George was born in Lambeth i only have census for him,my gran was'nt born till 1879,I have only sent for her certificate so far,just hoping i would'nt have to send for more yet i'm beginning to think i have shares in the gro, the amount i've spent there,sorry. Gwen

John half a scot

John half a scot Report 27 Aug 2005 23:15

Hi Jess Sorry I have no further info I cant find Jack or Timothy on 1901 I didn't know if you had anything after that for births thanks for looking John

Pippa

Pippa Report 28 Aug 2005 00:13

Jess, I hope you don't mind me giving you a puzzle! I am trying to trace the parents marriage of Thomas Foster born c.1843 Woodborough, Notts. I know that his parents were Elizabeth Marshall and William Foster from his brother George's birth cert in 1857. According to the 1861 census Elizabeth was born c.1823 in Cotgrave, Notts later census gave Stragglethorpe as the place which is the next hamlet along. William Foster c.1822 born Keyworth, Notts. I have traced another Elizabeth Marshall born 1821 born in Cotgrave but she marries someone else a Mr Hooper if I remember correctly. Confused and grateful for anything, Pippa

The Bag

The Bag Report 28 Aug 2005 08:22

pippa IGI coverage for thast village stops about 10 years to early.Sorry

The Bag

The Bag Report 28 Aug 2005 08:23

Maria- i am a little confused as to when you want me to look for him.1861?

Sherryl

Sherryl Report 28 Aug 2005 10:08

Hi Jess, Here`s a couple for you to chew on! 1. Trying to find the following family on 1861 Census. Have spent a small fortune on 1837online and not located them. Thomas MORRIS b: 1829 Lambeth occ. Rule Maker/Mathmatical Instrument Maker Catherine MORRIS b: c.1827 Sussex (wife) Catherine Elizabeth (dau) b: Sept 1860 Newington/Walworth SRY Birth Cert. for Cath Eliz gives address as 6 or 8 (unclear) West Street, Reg District Newington, Sub-Dist St Peter Walworth Have them on the 1871 Census at 89 East St Newington where they lived until Thomas`s death 1888 2. Thomas MORRIS and Catherine PIPER were married 31 Aug 1850 at St Mary Newington SRY. First child I can find born to them was Catherine Elizabeth in Sept 1860 (as above). It may well have taken them a while to figure out the procreation thing but seems to me that 10 years was way too long! Are you able to find any births during this period? Any help greatly appreciated Cheers Sherryl in NZ

Susieinoz

Susieinoz Report 28 Aug 2005 11:02

Dear Jess, I think you've found Grace Bolton. I've been trying all sorts of combinations of names with no luck. I believe her mother was unmarried at the time of Grace's birth and probably still was in 1861. Once again thanks so much for your help. Susan

Debra

Debra Report 28 Aug 2005 11:41

Can you help with this I am researching the Shaw family from Ashton in Makerfield/Wigan and am in touch with a few others whoi have the seame family but branch off at different stages. We all start with John Shaw born approx 1719 and he died 1756. We have his chilldren names and dob but no wife/mothers name how would I find this out.Children are James 13.2.1743 died Jan 1800 John 6.4.1746 Ann 28.2.1748 William 6.7.1750 tHOMAS 2.2.1753 Henry 27.2.1755 All children born Ashton in Makerfield and baptist in St Thomas Church Ashton in Makerfield

Pippa

Pippa Report 28 Aug 2005 12:39

Thanks Jess - at least I know that I am not going crazy! Pippa

Borobabs

Borobabs Report 28 Aug 2005 12:58

Hiya Jess the Brilliant here is a bone for you;;;;;; Elizabeth Love 1871 Census; B 1851 Brierly Hill Wocestershire Father Samual B 1825 from LDS site Cannot find anything about her at all,, tried more Ancestry pages than enough Arggggggghhhh Thanks. Babs

The Bag

The Bag Report 28 Aug 2005 13:51

Debra - if you have their baptisms, are the no mothers names mentioned? (IGI)

The Bag

The Bag Report 28 Aug 2005 13:52

Boro Babs - is Love her maiden name? Sound like a silly questions but....is it the 1871 you want her hunting out? When and who did she marry? From where have you sourced her fathers name please Jess

Debra

Debra Report 28 Aug 2005 14:42

Hi I have been given the information regarding the baptism from another person I would have thought if they had the mothers information they would have given it to me.

Borobabs

Borobabs Report 28 Aug 2005 15:03

Hiya Jess,,, sorry for not explaining properly Love maidan name Married Thomas Stroyd I can find them on 1871 Census but trying to find her birth but looked everywhere even 1837 and nothing to fit in with the birth year stated on census