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WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR IN LEICESTER (PART SIXTEEN)

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Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 15 Jan 2008 21:01

(¯`*•.¸ (¯`*•.¸F.A.O. Tracey......¸.•*¨) ¸.•*¨)

Greeting’s & welcome back…….

The closest I can see going on the age ( c 1858) from the 1901. Census is :~

Charles ED. Wright. 14th. October. 1925 Aged 75.
35 Gladstone Street.
Plot No. U.T. 735.Although this is out by eight years.

Next :~

Charles Wright . 21st. May. 1909. Aged. 52.
36, Roslyn Street.
Plot No. C.E. 702….out by three years.

The whole Family group is altogether on the 1891. Census

RG 12. / 2550 / 20 / Page. 6.

Rutland
Caldecott.

MIKE.xx

Tracey

Tracey Report 16 Jan 2008 20:26

Hi Mike

Thank you for looking for me. I had seen them on the 1891, thank you. I wonder if it could be him living in Roslyn St. At least its something to look into.

Can't wait for the 1911 census!!

Tracey x

Beverly

Beverly Report 20 Jan 2008 11:32

nudge

Angela

Angela Report 22 Jan 2008 15:42

Hi Mike
I wonder if you could help me. My g grandfather Ben Hipwell died in The General Hospital 1/12/1931-his age on death cert was 58yrs (he was actually 65 yrs). His address was 2 Swain St. Leic.The informant was the Chief Medical Officer.
Leics Rec. Office tell me that he was sent to Oxford for burial. I do not know of any connections he had with Oxford (though admittedly I can't trace him from 1874 -1899 and 1911 till his death is a grey area, and, he did get around a bit)
I was wondering if it should have read sent to Oxford Street or similar ? any ideas? A lady on the Records Office board has kindly checked burials in Oxford City - but no joy.
Please could you check the Welford Road burials.
Sorry this message is so long and thanks for your time.
Angela

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 22 Jan 2008 19:52

Hi Angela
Had a look for you and there isn't a Ben Hipwell for the dates you mentioned
Elaine

Angela

Angela Report 22 Jan 2008 21:22

Thanks Elaine. Back to the drawing board...again !

Angela

Beverly

Beverly Report 27 Jan 2008 15:28

nudge

English Bob

English Bob Report 28 Jan 2008 15:43

nudged

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 28 Jan 2008 16:24

Shove...Shove.....Nudge ...lol :0)))

English Bob

English Bob Report 29 Jan 2008 17:27

Mike or compatriots! better a request than a plain old nudge!! Any chance of cd a look up?

Obviously you know I have the Death of Thomas Cooke Loughboro' 1835 age 54, buried 19th July. I cannot find a decent birth IGI ref. across three counties, so he maybe a Leics baby! If it proves so I can beg you to get a PR copy at Leics archives. (some kind soul is doing this for Notts, need a volunteer for Derby.

Given the burial date, birth/baptism is likely July 1780-Dec1781

Thank you in advance win or lose.

Bob

John

John Report 29 Jan 2008 18:54

Greetings Mike
Can you please help with confirmation of birth parents in respect of Pauline TOMKINS b1872.
on 81 census she is shown with inlaws aged 9.
on 91 census she is shown as Dau of George /Jane TOMKINS aged 19 .George/Jane b1839/1850 respectively.
on 01 census she is with different inlaws aged 29.
I suspect Pauline to be the Dau of George b1851 and Mary b1844.
Your comments, as always appreciated.
Jon O'Kent

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 30 Jan 2008 00:21

Greeting's again Bob......

There is a Baptism :~
All Saints Loughborough.
27th. April. 1792.

Thomas Cook.

Father :~ John Cook.
Mother :~Rebekah.

Is this any good ?

MIKE.

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC)

Mike. The Leicester Lad.(GC) Report 30 Jan 2008 01:03

Greeting's Again Jon O' Kent.....

Trawled for Pauline Tomkins 1870 ~ 74.

Best match I can come up with :~

July August.Sept. Qrt. 1873.

Tomkins. .... Female

Leicester.
Cert No. 7 a 185.

MIKE.

English Bob

English Bob Report 30 Jan 2008 08:09

....thanks Mike, I'll add it to the very much to be researched list of three!

Bob

John

John Report 30 Jan 2008 18:16

Many thanks Mike, will check that out but I notice there is also a death record for Female TOMKINS same qtr same year so not too hopeful.

Jon O'Kent

Julia

Julia Report 31 Jan 2008 12:01

Hi
I hope you can help me, I have posted on another board with limited sucess!!
Looking for a marriage and death for Leonard Royston born in leicester in 1918 mothers maiden name Ingram.
I know that he died in Leicester in the late 1980s but have been unable to find a record, I had found who I thought was the right person who had died in Rotheham in 2000 I know for a fact now that this is not the right one!!
Any help gratefully received
Thanks you
Julia

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 31 Jan 2008 13:36

Calling Mary O'Italy

I do believe I have just sent you a message with regards to James (H)Eld on Ancestry. Trying to decipher a couple of them at the moment mainly Ann Eld daughter of George, who was at Syston Street 1877 when she married a John Frederick Plummer. There is more in the other message I sent and I know it's distant to you but wondered if you were any further on with them that might help me. As soon as I pressed the send button, I knew who I had sent the message to !!! Sorry to double up
Elaine

MaryfromItaly

MaryfromItaly Report 31 Jan 2008 16:59

Hi Elaine,

I got the message you sent through Ancestry about James (H)eld, which I've replied to.

I guessed you hadn't realised it was me :-)

Willsy once more

Willsy once more Report 31 Jan 2008 17:05

Mary

Felt such a fool the moment I sent it and realised it was you, been waiting ever since for the cringe factor when you spotted it!!!

Elaine

MaryfromItaly

MaryfromItaly Report 31 Jan 2008 19:10

No problem, I've done the same thing myself :-)

Was the information any use, or did you have it already?