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1861/1871/1881/1891/1901 look ups offered+BMD>C191

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Deb

Deb Report 21 May 2005 15:51

So I would gather OVERS was her maiden then pheww !! then we , I mean (me with alot of help from you ) have to try and locate LIZZIE'S second marriage to a TENNANT (after we located ARTHURS birth and death ) I think TENNAT was either a policeman or fireman and again these would be in the warks area You are doing great Jess , cheers ma dear and a whole heap of hugs that I am going to get from the mother-in-law passed on;-)) Debs

The Bag

The Bag Report 21 May 2005 17:57

Db. I have no way of knowing! There is a Lizzie overs in the right place at the right time and have gone with that in the hope that it is the right one, looking for a 'unknown Mr Overs Marrying Lizzie Unknown not really knowing where or when is almost impossible. What yo ureally need to do is buy the marriage cert for Lizzie and Turner and see what it says.. Lizzie Overs Nee something (widow) or lizzie Overs -spinster

Deb

Deb Report 21 May 2005 20:47

Jess Is the pairish of ST. Michaels and ST Johns in the fosehill area?

The Bag

The Bag Report 21 May 2005 20:49

Deb , not a clue!

Ronald

Ronald Report 21 May 2005 21:08

Hi Jess ref my reply 18th may John Cook & Agnes Cook/1861 look up request.Please ignore any ref to Isobel Cook 1st wife she would have been prior to 1861.

The Bag

The Bag Report 21 May 2005 21:13

Ronald remind me of the detail and will look again with amended info

Deborah

Deborah Report 21 May 2005 21:31

Hello Jess Could you please look on 1871 census for James NAPIER born 1849 Scotland and his wife Ann born 1842/3 Devonport(my gg grandparents) ,In woolwich area probably as first daughter Jane was born in 1871 there and James NAPIER 1833 Scotland and his wife Maria J Napier born woolwich 1841 ,they may have been in Aldershot as their son William was born there in 1870. In 1881 both families are living together in Woolwich,28 Jackson St, but it doesnt state the relationship of the 2 James Thank you Deborah

The Bag

The Bag Report 21 May 2005 21:51

Deborah They seem to be apart in 1871 Ann Napier abt 1845 Devonport, Devon, England Head Woolwich London Jane Napier abt 1870 Woolwich, Kent, England Daughter Woolwich London There are a collectin of James Napiers born scotland but can't find a married- but- not- with -the- wife -one. * Just looked at 1881 , actually they are next door neighbours- James and maria at 28, James and Annie at 29 coming back- tommorow

Geordie

Geordie Report 21 May 2005 22:16

Hello Jess, Could you please look up for me Mary Alder born in Kibblesworth (Durham) in 1896 if you have time? and let me know family members the address was The Square i think maybe 1901 census would give me more family members. Regards Janie

Deb

Deb Report 21 May 2005 23:48

Jess At a guess in the 1881 census OVERS has been mis-transcribed . The 1901 you gave me for them is right , but the second (the 1881) can't be can it as LIZZIE'S name is right but she appears to have changed even the christian names of her parents between 1881 and 1991 from ONIONS to OVERS but was born LIZZIE OVERS So is there a way they can be found or what would be the mis-transcribed name at a guess Residence is right area Deb

The Bag

The Bag Report 22 May 2005 09:26

Beverley the bset match is this: Annie Alder abt 1898 South Shields, Durham, England Granddaughter South Shields Durham Catherine Alder abt 1882 South Shields, Durham, England Daughter South Shields Durham Isabella Alder abt 1843 Lanarkshire (Glasgow), Scotland Wife South Shields Durham Isabella Alder abt 1900 South Shields, Durham, England Granddaughter South Shields Durham Mary Alder abt 1894 South Shields, Durham, England Granddaughter South Shields Durham Thomas Alder abt 1837 London, England Head South Shields Durham William Alder abt 1871 Lanarkshire (Glasgow), Scotland Son South Shields Durham William Alder abt 1896 South Shields, Durham, England Grandson South Shields Durham Living at 21 Ladies Walk. The son William is a widow and appears to be at home with his parents and children *Do you have any sibling names?

Chris in London

Chris in London Report 22 May 2005 10:31

Please would you be kind enough to look up OLIVIA GREET on the 1891 census. Probably back with her parents - surname THORNTON - in Nottingham area. Age around 39. Many thanks Chris

The Bag

The Bag Report 22 May 2005 10:45

Chris the only return for Olivia Greet is :- Greet, Olivia abt 1834 Tregony, Cornwall Wife St Just Cornwall obviously not the right one. What were her parents names?

Geordie

Geordie Report 22 May 2005 11:32

Morning Jess, Many thanks for info at this point I only have Mary to work back from she died in 1946 age 50. She was my granny on my mums side. But I can have a delve into the info you gave me. Cheers Janie

The Bag

The Bag Report 22 May 2005 11:55

Beverly Do you have the actual death cert? that will tell you who registered the death.if it wasn't family (or even if it was ) her age at death may not be accurate jess

The Bag

The Bag Report 22 May 2005 16:12

anyone for later?

Robert

Robert Report 22 May 2005 16:32

hi jess thanksfor your reply.out of the list you sent me i think it is going to be either william kelly born liverpool1849 or the william kelly born liverpool 1850.i do not think he was born in litherland so i can possibly eliminate that william kelly all i know is he married in 1872 and was living at 15 kent street,his occupation then was a shipwright, his father was a john kelly but deceased on marriage cert.it is possible that he lived in the kent street/ st james street area of liverpool but i can not find him in 1861/1871 census hope this helps thanks again, ROB

Deb

Deb Report 22 May 2005 17:30

Hi Jess Think I may have an idea where LIZZIE OVERS (born 1878) is in the 1881 census. Have found a child born to her parents in DUBLIN , IRELAND Would you please be so good as to have a look for me Also JOSEPH OVERS born 1849 , COVENTRY , WARWICKSHIRE in 1861 census please Cheers Deb

Barbara

Barbara Report 22 May 2005 17:39

Hello Jess, Could you try and help me once again please. Could you look in the 1891 census for a Henry Church born 1859 Middleton (or Middleton Moor) Suffolk. In 1881 he's in Middleton with family, after that no trace, can't even find him in 1901. Many thanks Barbara

Ronald

Ronald Report 22 May 2005 17:57

Hi Jess. Reposting lookup request 1861 census.Forgive me if still in a queue.1871 census showsthe following John cook hd mar age 61 (bn c1810) Publican Barrowford,Burnley,Lancs. Agnes cook wife 52 (bn c1819) bn Lancaster. Thomas Cook son 22 (bn c1849)brewers man Roughlee,Lancs. John Cook son 20 ?(bnc1851)Butcher Wheatley Lane,(nr Burnley)Lancs. Sarah Cook dtr 15 (bn c1856) cotton weaver Habergham Eaves,Burnley,Lancs. Would be most grateful if you could oblige. Kind Regards Ron