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1861/1871/1881/1891/1901 look ups **Full* new thre

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The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 10:52

Full ~please request on new thread

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 10:52

Please supply as much info as you have when requesting lookups, Which census/dates/birthplaces/likely whereabout. MY GEOGRAPHY ISN'T WONDERFUL (BUT IMPROVING...!) SO VILLAGE NAMES MAY NEED SOME LOCATING CLUES (NEAR...) PRETTY PRETTY PLEASE can you do the subraction sums and post years of birth not ages.... The more you can tell me the more likely i am to be able to find what you want! * * * * * * * * * Please re post name in response to queries - 'HE' was born in 1842 ' could apply to any number of people i am looking up!! ~Jess~

Patricia

Patricia Report 3 Jun 2005 11:35

Hello Jess, I am looking for Edward L. Robathan in 1871 & 1881 census. That is his birth name. His mother remarried to Henry Hunt and on the 1861 census he is called Edward L. Hunt. He was born c1845/6 in London Marylebone. I have his death in 1891 just before the census was taken, but I would like to find him in 1871 & 81 if you can. The spelling of his surname may vary from Robathan to Rowbottom or Robottom etc. Many thanks. Pat.

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 13:05

Pat, did he die a Hunt or a thinggybottom? did he marry?What was his wife/childrens names jess

Mike

Mike Report 3 Jun 2005 14:08

hello jess, c an you do an 1861 census look up for a John Warren, b 1836 in Kirtling Cambridge & his wife Ann warren b c1832 in Great Bradley Suffolk. I think they were propably living in Great Bradley in 1861 butnot positive. regards michael

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 14:16

mICHAEL, THIS IT THE WHOLE TRIBE IN 1871 I GUESS.wILL LOOK NOW Ann Warren abt 1832 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Wife Great Bradley Suffolk Elizabeth Warren abt 1854 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Daughter Great Bradley Suffolk James Warren abt 1867 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Son Great Bradley Suffolk John Warren abt 1836 Kirtling, Cambridgeshire, England Head Great Bradley Suffolk John Warren abt 1863 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Son Great Bradley Suffolk Mary Jane Warren abt 1859 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Daughter Great Bradley Suffolk Richard Warren abt 1865 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Son Great Bradley Suffolk Susannah Warren abt 1861 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Daughter Great Bradley Suffolk William Warren abt 1869 Great Bradley, Suffolk, England Son Great Bradley Suffolk

Mike

Mike Report 3 Jun 2005 14:27

hello jess, yes they're the ones really need to find them in '61 im hoping to find annie copping with them in'61 michael

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 14:33

Michael . Given the 1871 return I would have expected them to be too- having looked thru all 24 images of the village, only to not find them!Thought they may have been misread. but no-one there by that name, or anything like (Wouldn't like some WEBBS would you, loads of them!) Will continue to look around

Mike

Mike Report 3 Jun 2005 14:52

thanks for looking jesse, theyre like a ghost family, much obliged for your offer (not the webb one) all the best michael

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 15:01

What was his brides name please, Kimberley, christian name will do GOWLAND, Annie Elizabeth 1901 March Marriages Sunderland Co. Durham Tyne and Wear Humble, John James B 1901 March Marriages Sunderland Co. Durham Tyne and Wear Lowrie, Mary Ann 1901 March Marriages Sunderland Co. Durham Tyne and Wear Major, Alexander 1901 March Marriages Sunderland Co. Durham Tyne and Wear Record Type: Marriages Quarter: March Year: 1901 District: Sunderland County: Co. Durham Tyne and Wear Volume: 10a Page: 770

Patricia

Patricia Report 3 Jun 2005 15:22

Hi Jess, Edward died as Robathan, and the informant was his sister, so I presume that he never married, His occupation given as General Labourer, and his address was 8 Croydon Street, Marylebone. Pat.

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 17:19

anyone wanting?

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 18:07

Pat, he his illusive! What was his sisters name please

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 3 Jun 2005 18:17

Hi Jess can you look and see if you can find marriage of: Thomas Newell & Martha Seers please Thomas b:1835 Dorney bucks Martha b:1838 Taplow bucks. martha servant in 1861 and Thomas still living with parents in 1861 their first child William b;1864 Dorney bucks hope you can help thanxs lesley :~)

Patricia

Patricia Report 3 Jun 2005 18:25

Hi Jess, Edward`s sister was Rosena Charlotte Robathan, married name Edwards born 1849 Marylebone, husband was David Edwards born 1847 in Marylebone. In 1881 they were living at 10 Walmer Street, Marylebone but I know that Edward was not with them, but his sister Annie Hunt was. She was from his mother`s second marriage. Thank you for taking so much trouble. Pat.

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 19:27

I cant see the martha/Thomas Newell marriage on ancestry, not for Buckinghamshire anyway.Where was she a servant?

The Bag

The Bag Report 3 Jun 2005 20:33

Pat. it has stumped me...which I Hate!! sorry

Tracey

Tracey Report 3 Jun 2005 21:31

Hi Jess Could you look up John Joseph Spencer in the 1901 census please? he was born c1891. Father was William Spencer. He got married in Mile End, London, so may have lived around there. Thanks Tracey

The Bag

The Bag Report 4 Jun 2005 09:26

Tracy, there are 15 pages of John Spencers in that time frame! there is only one John J but his father isn't William. You need to find a bit more info- as late as 1901 should be fairly easy. Where did he fit in?, perhaps i can suggest the way to go. Jess

Tracey

Tracey Report 4 Jun 2005 09:31

Thanks Jess. He was my grandfather's father. All I have is a marriage cert, which sas he was 25 when he got married (May 1916) and his father was William Spencer. Father's profesion is very difficult to read, unfortunately. I looks like Light____. Does that help at all? When he got married, he lived at 22 Joeseph St and he wass married in Mile end, London. I could try to get a copy of his birth cert, but I don't know if that will tell me anything that will help me find him in the census?