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Is anyone willing to do an 1861 Yorkshire lookup?
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|Angela||Report||13 Dec 2004 11:51|
Are there any wonderful people out there who have access to the 1861 census for Yorkshire? I am looking for Thomas Gaunt born in Armley. On the 1871 census he was 42 but this is not consistent with his date of death in 1880 when he reckoned to be 46!! By 1871 he had moved to County Durham. Even more importantly I am looking for his son Matthew Gaunt who would have been a new-born baby. Matthew was born either Walton, Yorks or Sherburn Yorks or Bradford depending on which census you want to believe. I am therefore reckoning that the family were somewhere around the Sherburn-in-Elmet or Walton area in 1861. I have been trying to find this for ages, so any info would be very gratefully received.