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who are we looking for in DEVON have the 1851 cens

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Sally

Sally Report 14 Aug 2004 19:58

Joyce. Will email you in morning. Sally.

Gloria

Gloria Report 15 Aug 2004 14:52

Hi there, I am looking for anyone with the name of SOUTHWELL in Devon. My great uncle and his family are on the 1881 census, but nothing after that. George J. Southwell, age 25, he was a sailor in the Royal Navy. Lucy Southwell (nee Blight) age 23 born in Gt Torrington, Devon. William H. Southwell, age 1 born Gt Torrington They were living at 45 Cambridge Street, Plymouth, Devon in 1881.

Sally

Sally Report 16 Aug 2004 06:54

Gloria. There are 86 Southwell member's but, not George, Lucy or William the age you gave me were they at 1881???

Sally

Sally Report 16 Aug 2004 07:01

Joyce. sorry I have not emailed you but, there are 6 mcdowell's mainly around Exeter. Eliza 1821 Elizabeth 1845 J.B. 1825 James 1785 James B 1848 Robert 1834 any of these ring any bells???

Gloria

Gloria Report 17 Aug 2004 15:43

Hi there Sally, Re: Southwells in Devon. George, Lucy and William, all on 1881 census.

Lesley

Lesley Report 17 Aug 2004 18:01

hi sally, i,m looking for two families. Thorne, 69,renown street keyham. plymouth. Richards, again Plymouth. strong navy connections. thanks lesley

Zena

Zena Report 18 Aug 2004 03:44

Hi Sally I am looking for an Elizabeth Squire/s b. c1816 Kingskerswell DEVON. Sometime before 1850 she married a JOY and had a son Frank JOY in 1850 Godstone, SURREY. Thanks Zena

Sally

Sally Report 18 Aug 2004 06:20

Lesley will really need some christian names as there are 921 names of Thorne and 3062 for Richards. Please get in touch again. --------- Zena Think probably Elizabeth and Frank are in Surrey in 1851. Sorry. ____________

Kel of the West Riding ©

Kel of the West Riding © Report 20 Aug 2004 08:25

Hi Sally and all I'm looking for: JENKIN (originally from St Columb, Cornwall) WHEELER EVELY ANGEL Cheers Kelvin JENKIN

Christine in Herts

Christine in Herts Report 21 Aug 2004 11:55

re HOUCHEN I spent a happy (1972?) Summer Uni-Vacation trawling the (original - what a privilege - my father was Rector!) Parish Registers of Fincham on behalf of a family in NZ. There were lots there. I could try to find the NZ info, in case they've got anything of relevance, if you like. Christine

Christine in Herts

Christine in Herts Report 21 Aug 2004 12:14

My husband's family comes from Devon/Cornwall and I'm doing an ancestral chart - that means lots of Devon/Cornwall names. CHAPMAN (Black Torrington/Sheepwash) - got 1871/81/91/1901 but nothing earlier HALL HORN There should be some BEALEs here somewhere, but they haven't surfaced yet - unless I've made a wrong connection somewhere. RUSE (nr Saltash & Devonport) - got 1841 & 1871 onward, not '51 & '61 WADLIN(G) - have found the excellent Wadlin(.)com website - HICKS - RICKARD - BUNNY - GIMBLETT - OLVER - ALLING - KENSPEARE - JAGO (pretty much all in East Cornwall) GOULD (Devonport/Stoke Damerel/Morice Town/Compton Gifford) got 1881 & later, nothing earlier PRYNN (Devonport) got 1871 & later, nothing earlier COKE (Devonport) got 1871 for Prudence (Saml Prynn's wife) and 1881 for Prudence (Saml Prynn's M-i-L). COCKS (Plymouth/Devonport) but as they're mariners / RN, I can't be sure where their base is supposed to be! - could be Portsmouth/Gosport/Alverstoke - or Liverpool! - or... If anyone is researching any of these, I can (obviously) be more specific about first names. I just thought a whole essay here would be too much! Christine

Richard

Richard Report 21 Aug 2004 12:22

MELHUISH MOYSE RODD LOCK MALET/MALLET/MALLETT I have a lot of info on the latter but would like to connect together anyone from these lines, to help others and fill gaps. Also particularly interested in Rodds from the North Devon (Barnstaple) area. Thanks Richard

Jojo

Jojo Report 21 Aug 2004 17:05

Hi Sally. could you look for a Frederick Collman born 1834 in Devon and any other household members at the time. many thanks jo.

Lesley

Lesley Report 21 Aug 2004 21:33

hi Sally, sorry i've taken awhile to get back to you, i've been a way. James Nicolas Richards, he was from the Plymouth area of devon. Eileen Maude Mary Thorne, possibly from renown street Plymouth. regards, lesley

Sally

Sally Report 22 Aug 2004 06:04

christine. cocks 181 listed, samuel prynn 8 have found a Prudence Coke age 41 married to a Richard 54 who was a shipwright. Gould 1190 listed, ruse 49, beale 249 this info from 1851 census. if I can be of more help please feel free to email me. --------- Richard. Thanks for adding info. --------- Joanne the only frederick I could find was 1827 spelt coleman. ------------ Kelvin. Jenkins 78, wheeler 1082, evely 81, angel 216 listed. ------------ Lesley. 2 James Richards one born 1808 other 1839 could not find Eileen Thorne. ---------------- All my info comes from 1851 census CD.

Lesley

Lesley Report 22 Aug 2004 17:14

Hi Sally, thanks for getting back to me so quickly. Going from the years i think that the 1839 maybe the one i'm after, do you have any other info on him? sorry to be a pain! As for Eileen Thorne i thought she'd be the tricky one but thanks for trying anyway. I'm new to this could you tell me where you get these census cd's from please? regards, Lesley

Zena

Zena Report 27 Aug 2004 21:03

Hi Sally I am looking for the Elliott family. I have in the 1871 census Wiliam R Elliott 39 Millwright Morley, Sarah J 37 wife Cornworthy Devon, Elizabeth 12 Devonport, Mories Iowes Devon, William Thos 11 Greenwich Kent, Edwin H 7 Greenwich Kent, Richard 4 Branston Essex. I would now like to find this family in 1881 and 1901 or before if possible. I dont have the marriage or births of William and Sarah. Hoping you can help. Zena

Debbi

Debbi Report 29 Aug 2004 10:45

Richard, Just to let you know that I have a Frederick Lock born Barnstaple in my tree.He and his father were butchers. There is also a large firm of electrical good suppliers in Ilfracombe and maybe Barnstaple called Rodds at the moment. I also know that there are still Moyse and Mallet families in Barnstaple too. Debbi xx

Christine in Herts

Christine in Herts Report 4 Sep 2004 08:41

Hello Is there something odd about this thread? On the list it says the latest post is today, 4 Sept, but the last entry I can see says: Added by Debbi Says Goodbye on 29/08/2004 10:45:17 Is there a black hole? The other thing that puzzled me is when the number of posts shrinks. Does the system chop off the earlier ones or something? The same has happened to the Leicester one. Or are people just pruning out the "nudges"? Christine

Sally

Sally Report 4 Sep 2004 19:22

Christine, It's me nudging. No Black hole. trying to save space Sally.