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Do you need a lookup??Ancestry 1841-1901census + F

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jackie ox

jackie ox Report 16 Mar 2008 12:10

Thanks to info from you i have been able to go back futher than anticipated. But have come across a problem, Nathaniel's parents are Joseph & Hannah Matilda Nutt. Joseph must have remarried because his 1st wife died 1836 then i find bapts for Nathaniel & 2 sidlings. Any chance of a 1841 look up please Iffley parish to see who was around.

Many thanks for all your hard work you are a star *



Mary Report 16 Mar 2008 12:28

Hi Gary
I cannot find a marriage for Netherclift/Pattison in 1892/3.

Can confirm the birth registration for Hannah is correct.


Mary Report 16 Mar 2008 12:40

hi jackie ox

1841 census Iffley,Oxon
Joseph Nutt 40 Mason
Ann Nutt 35
Sarah Nutt 15
Benjamin Nutt 15
Hannah Nutt 14
James Nutt 8
Charlotte Nutt 7
Mary Nutt 3
All except Ann born in County


jackie ox

jackie ox Report 16 Mar 2008 13:09

Thank you Mary. I wonder who Ann is futher investigation required me thinks, unless Hannah was known as Ann. Once again thank you so much.



Mary Report 16 Mar 2008 20:44

Hi jackie ox
I tend to think that Ann is probably Hannah.
As an Oxonian (born Bicester)I am well aware that there is a tendency for folk born in Oxfordshire to drop their aitches on the odd occasion and it was misheard by the enumerator.

I am so pleased I have been able to help in a small way with your research,if ever you need help in the future,just get in touch.



Mary Report 16 Mar 2008 20:49

Hi Tom
Sorry I cannot help with the Elphinstone folks as Ancestry does not have Scottish BMD records,you need scotlands people for that.

Good luck

jackie ox

jackie ox Report 17 Mar 2008 10:09

Thank you for that info Mary, Your help has been great. I was born Cumbria but my hubby Oxford i moved here as a child. On the 1841 Census did it give a place of birth for Ann/Hannah ? Just trying to work out if & when they married.

Many thanks



Chris Report 17 Mar 2008 14:42

Hi Mary
I've got the wedding cert for William Newton and Glady's King,as you suggested,I'm afraid the writings not very clear
William was a labourer age 31(can't read where he was living) when he married Gladys age 24 (who was living in Morton )at St Paul's church in Morton Gainsbro on July 30th 1928
William's father was Henry Newton and Glady's father was Henry King both labourers ,witnesses were Ruth King,maybe Glady's mother and John Newton
Hope this helps Best Regards Chris
PS found out the name of the place where William was living when he got married it's Temple Grange Navenby Lincs also known as Temple High Grange I believe


Mary Report 17 Mar 2008 18:13

Hi jackie ox
The 1841 census does not show birthplaces,only if born in or out of County where they are recorded in the census.
1851 census shows Hannah as being born Long Compton,Warwickshire. Might have to get Nathaniel's birth cert to get her maiden name??


jackie ox

jackie ox Report 17 Mar 2008 18:42

Thanks Mary it's on my list, another 1 to get lol.



Ben Report 17 Mar 2008 18:59

Hi thanks for help previously, im looking for the names/dates of the parents of Mary Ann Shaw, born c1847, she married Robert Judd born 1846 in Nottinghamshire. They had 6 children- Mary 1866, Sophia 1868, Robert 1870, Charles 1874, Rebecca 1876 and Florence 1878.
Emphasis on Mary Ann's parents.


Mary Report 18 Mar 2008 13:21

Hello again Chris

I am about 985 sure this is your William Newton with family in 1901.
Warren Cottage,Temple Bruer,Lincolnshire
Henry Newton Head 30 Farm Labourer b Navenby,Lincs
Lizzie Newton Wife 23 b Wellingore,Lincs
Charles H Newton Son 5 Scholar b Wellingore
William Newton Son 3 b Wellingore
Florence Newton Daur 2 b Temple Bruer
Daisy Newton Daur 6mths b Temple Bruer

William Newton Sept Qtr 1897 Sleaford 7a 466

Henry Newton/Lizzie Richmond Sept Qtr 1885 Sleaford 7a 839

Gladys and father Henry are a bit of a challenge,since she was born 1903,therefore not on 1901 census.Since we do not know Henry Newton's age it is difficult to find him,Gladys may have been the first child or the last of a large family and so far I cannot find a family that I am reasonably confident may be the correct one.
Her birth reg is Gladys King Dec Qtr 1903 Gainsborough 7a 689.
You may have to invest another 7 quid and get her birth cert,if I cannot come uop with anything.

Best regards


Chris Report 18 Mar 2008 13:30

Hi Mary
Thanx ever so much for that ,would you mind looking up the Newton Family on the other censuses for me please?
Thanx again
Kindest regards Chris x

PS About Gladys King's family, she had siblings Ruth, Alice & Ted sorry I don't know their ages


Mary Report 18 Mar 2008 15:08

Hi Ben
Two to choose from!!!

1851 Basford Sr,Hyson Green,Lenton,Notts
John Shaw Head 32 Lace maker b Derbys
Elizabeth Shaw 32 b Mansfield
Lucy Ann Shaw 7 Scholar b Hyson Green
Mary Ann Shaw 4 b Hyson Green
James Shaw Son 2 b Hyson Green
Lucy Shaw Mother Wid 67 b Nottingham

Pleasley Hill Mansfield
John Shaw Head 38 Labourer b Calverton,Notts
Martha Burton Lodger 28 Housewife
Wliiam Shaw Son 12 Cotton spinner
Mary Ann Shaw 4
Elizabeth Shaw 2
Harriet Shaw 1
All children born Mansfield

Looks like you will have to buy the marriage cert!!!


jackie ox

jackie ox Report 18 Mar 2008 16:30

Hi Mary,

This is getting spooky, a member of the Nutt family used to live in the house next to where i used to live. Thanks for your help without it i would be struggling.



Katrinna Report 18 Mar 2008 16:31

Hi Mary

Can you look up James Smith born around 1833 in Stoke by Clare Suffolk on the 1861 census and can you also look up Ann Pledger born 1840 also in Stoke by Clare on the 1861 census.




Margaret Report 18 Mar 2008 16:48


Could you look up James (1836) and Elizabeth Webster(1838) who were married in Scarborough in 1858...and had Edmund, Sarah, Charles, Eliza Jane and Ada, in the census forms from 1861 to 1901 please.

I am looking for James who seems to have disappeared after the 186l census.

Any help is much appreciated.



Mary Report 18 Mar 2008 23:16

Hi Chris
Yes not a problem,will get back to you tomorrow a few loose ends to check out for the full picture on the Newton folk.



Mary Report 18 Mar 2008 23:21

hi Kat
Sorry I have not been able to locate Jmes Smith on 1861 census.None showing with birthplace of Stoke by Clare.

I found 2 Ann Pledgers,both living away from home as Domestic servants,one in Halstead aged 22 (1839) b Clare,Suffolk and the other b 1841 Suffolk no place stated.
Do you want further details??



mallie Report 19 Mar 2008 03:40

hi mary, I wonder if you would be so kind to try and help me. trying to find something about my grandparents with limited information. marriage of courtney sheppard to mabel bressington I believe in bristol in the 1920s. children, reginald, albert, joan, betty and ronald bernard( my father born in 1932) so sorry for being vague, but there seems to be communications problems. thank you so much, I am very grateful. tina slater