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Emma

Emma Report 25 Sep 2003 09:57

Hi Amanda, Sorry to hear you've had a bad week hopefully these records are your rellies and it'll go some way to making you feel better. RG12/2413, Folio 81, page 13 Bordesley, Aston, Warwickshire 61 Parrish Street Thomas Lee, head, mar, 40, tube drawer, Birmingham St. Johns Emma Lee, wife, mar, 50, Birmingham Ladywood George Lee, son, sing, 16, Groom, Birmingham Ladywood RG12/2414, Folio 19, Page 31 Bordesley, Aston, Warwickshire 46k 3/5 Garrison Lane Ann James, head, mar, 48, charwoman, Sutton Coldfield Frederick James, son, 12, Birmingham Thomas Toft, brother, sing, 32, General Labourer, Birmingham Annie T Toft, niece, 14, Erdington Benjamin Ravenscroft, boarder, sing, 38, brick burner, Worcestershire This last record is very faint so it is possible that she is infact Annie L Toft. I've checked every spelling of Annie as well as Louise and Toft - this is the only record!

Amanda

Amanda Report 25 Sep 2003 01:24

By the way there too, Lucy, where does the 1891 census cover? Does it cover Ireland? Have some rellies in Northern Ireland, and some leaves missing on my tree.

Amanda

Amanda Report 25 Sep 2003 01:21

Thanks for getting back to me Lucy, I really appreciate it! Having a really bad week so this is my bright spot in an otherwise dismal world. Georgie was born on Sept 14 1875 in Birmingham, Warwick and Anna (or Anne or Annie) was born on Aug 2 1876 in Coventry. Some said she came from Stratford, we're not entirely sure. They were married actually in 1897, I oopsed a little. So George would be in Birms and Anna would be ???? George had a brother we know was named Walter, we only know that because Anna was supposed to marry him and not our Georgie. Scandlous. Thanks again for looking for me! Amanda

Emma

Emma Report 24 Sep 2003 15:49

Hi Amanda, I can't find anything immediately for either George or Anna. Do you have approximate ages for them?

Emma

Emma Report 24 Sep 2003 15:49

Hi Amanda, I can't find anything immediately for either George or Anna. Do you have approximate ages for them?

Amanda

Amanda Report 24 Sep 2003 14:58

Anna Louisa's maiden name was Toft, if that comes up as well. They were married in September of 1891 but I don't know if they were when the census took place. I think they lived in White Owl Road. Thanks again!

Amanda

Amanda Report 24 Sep 2003 14:54

Hi Lucy! Can you look up the name Lee, George Henry in Birmingham or Lee, Anna Louise in Birmingham as well? I'd very much appreciate it! Thanks! Amanda

Jacqui

Jacqui Report 24 Sep 2003 13:17

Thanks very much Lucy - much appreciated. I didn't know my great-grandad was a PLOD. Perhaps I can investigate him a little bit further now. Your help much appreciated. Jacqui

Patricia

Patricia Report 24 Sep 2003 12:25

Thank U Lucy - keep u the good work we do appreciate it

Emma

Emma Report 24 Sep 2003 12:07

Hi Jacqui, I'm seeing these schedules in my sleep now!! Found your Triggs (my son's headmaster's surname by the way) in Cardiff. RG12/4397, Folio 123, pg71 Cardiff Glamorgan 5 Cradock Street Thomas Trigg, head, mar, 28, policeman, Gloucester Margaret Trigg, wife, mar, 32, Cumbran Ida L Trigg, daur, 3, Newport Mon. Elsie G Trigg, daur, 9mnths, Cardiff Mary Harris, mother in law, wid, 69, Cumbran Mon. Martha Henspier?, lodger, wid, charwoman, Newport Mon.

Emma

Emma Report 24 Sep 2003 11:57

Hi Patricia, I'm sorry I can't find anything exact for you the two closest are Charles Baker with son Harry (4) and Harry Baker with father John Baker

Chelly

Chelly Report 24 Sep 2003 11:26

Hi Lucy - once again many thanks - Shirley

Jacqui

Jacqui Report 24 Sep 2003 11:23

I don't know if I dare ask you as you seem to have spent ages looking on the 1891 census - but please, if you have time, and you feel like it, could you look up the following family for me? Thomas Trigg, Margaret (his wife), Ida (his daughter). They might have been living in Newport Monmouthshire in 1891. No problems if you cannot find them - just thought I would ask before you collapse. Jacqui

Emma

Emma Report 24 Sep 2003 11:11

Hi Shirley, No Edwin Comleys the right age in London, there is one born and living in Gloucestershre and one of 18 in London however there is E M Comley of the right age details are: RG12/429, Folio 32, Pg 28 Battersea London 25 Church Road Thomas G Comley, head, mar, 46, millwright, Battersea J Comley, wife, mar, 44, Battersea E M Comley, son, 11, scholar, Battersea F Comley, son, 10, scholar, Battersea A Comley, daur, 7, scholar, Battersea Mrs Turner, mother in law, wid, 75, Living on her means, City Ford ? W Turner, brother in law, wid, 45, Engineers Assistant, City Ford ? RG12/356, Folio 95, pg2 Newington St Mary, London 66 Hill Street Alexander Aspland, head, mar, 61, basket maker, Wandsworth Emily Aspland, wife, mar, 43, Holborn Ellen Aspland, daur, sing, 17, Ironer, Camberwell Florence Aspland, daur, 3, Newington Louisa Aspland, daur, 1, Newington Frederick Beckingham, stepson, sing, 19, Labourer, Oxford St James Beckingham, stepson, sing, 17, warehouse lad, Camberwell Emily Beckingham, stepdaur, 14, scholar, Camberwell Richard Beckingham, stepson, 7, scholar, Camberwell

Patricia

Patricia Report 24 Sep 2003 11:09

Could you please look up Charles Baker Aston Birmingham Warwickshire he had a son Harry Baker b 1883 circa thank u.

Patricia

Patricia Report 24 Sep 2003 11:09

Could you please look up Charles Baker Aston Birmingham Warwickshire he had a son Harry Baker b 1883 circa thank u.

Emma

Emma Report 24 Sep 2003 10:52

Hi Laurie, RG12/527, Folio 62, page 4 Forest Hill, Charlton, London 22 Park Street Francis Flauding, head, mar, 42, bricklayer, Tunbridge Annie Flauding, wife, mar, 43, Waltham East Charles C Constant, stepson, sing, 17, laborer telegraph wk, Plumstead Ethel Constant, stepdaur, 6, scholar, Woolwich Thomas Standing, bro, sing, 28, bricklayer, Hastings George Reader, boarder, sing, 32, labourer, Maidstone As you can see they've transcribed either Francis or Thomas incorrectly - I assume you'll know which is correct. Can't find Caroline Morland, however, there is Caroline Morley born Plumstead father Joseph - could this be her?

Chelly

Chelly Report 24 Sep 2003 10:37

Hi Lucy another request if possible: EDWIN COMLEY about 8/12 years old - also ALEXANDER ASPLAND aged about 61ish both London areas - you really must be exhausted - but I know all of us are so, so grateful for all your help with this very frustrating 'hobby'. Regards Shirley

Bernard

Bernard Report 23 Sep 2003 23:38

hi lucy. thanks for looking for me i am pretty new at this . But i will keep looking. thanks again. bernie.

Laurie

Laurie Report 23 Sep 2003 23:03

Hi Lucy, Charles Constant was born 1874, Plumstead and Caroline Constant (nee Morland) born 1877 also in Plumstead. It may be possible that they were not married at that time. I have more info on their families if you need it. Laurie