LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: yvette » Thu Apr 08, 2010 7:51 am

just diddling(that was an edit word, lol) about while awaiting to get ready for work.
there is a Noonan on the Irish orphans wall outside Hyde Park Barracks, cant remember her first name, and also a row of Noonans in Urana cemetery, - I went for another look on the weekend. a few immigrants from both Scotland and Ireland buried there in the mid late 1800's.
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: MacPanda » Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:48 pm

Hi Lititia Here is my first request please

Isabella Booth nee Hunt born July quarter 1845 registered Derby Derbyshire vol 19 page 518
married James Webb Booth October quarter 1866 registered Ashby DELA Zouch Derbyshire, Leicestershire vol 7a page 257

They lived at Queen St., Huddersfield

James died sometime between 1871 census and 1891 census (neither James or Isabella found in 1881 census)
Isabella turned up again in the 1891 census and again in the 1901 census living with her married sister.

1901 Census (same as 1891 census)

address 28 Malvern Road

Isabella Booth
age 54
estimated birth 1847 (but is 1845)
Relation servant ( in 1891 it said wife's sister which she is)
gender male (she is female)
where born Derby, Derbyshire, England
civil parish Holbeck
ecclesiastical parish St Luke
county Yorkshire
country England
Registration district and sub-registration district - Holbeck
ED,institution or vessel 22
Household 17
Household members
Isabella Booth age 54
Ann Brown age 56
Annie A Brown age 33
Thomas Brown age 74
His occupation was Agent for Vinegar


If by any chance you can find a death for James Webb Booth it would be greatly appreciated Letitia.Thank you very much for doing these look ups Letitia.
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PostAuthor: MacPanda » Wed Apr 21, 2010 7:49 am

I have another request for the census look up please

actually 2 parts of the one family

Dad's parents and eldest brother

ARTHUR CHURCHILL BATEMAN b 17/10/1886 Gloucestershire (Bristol)
wife PHILLIS LOUISE b 1/3/1890 Gloucestershire
son ARTHUR JOSEPH b 14/8/1909 Liverpool

Arthur C's parents

ARTHUR PLAMER BATEMAN b 8/3/1861 St George (Bristol) Gloucestershire
wife MARY ANN b 1863 St George (Bristol) Gloucestershire

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PostAuthor: Letitia » Tue May 04, 2010 8:08 pm

Panda 1911 census transcription details for: 108 Easton Road

National Archive Reference:

RG14PN14947 RG78PN905 RD319 SD5 ED1 SN169


Reg. District: Bristol Sub District: St George
Parish: Bristol Enum. District: 1
Address: 108 Easton Road
County: Gloucestershire

Name Relation Condition/
Yrs married Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation Where Born
BATEMAN, Ann Head Widow F 53 1858 Forest of Dean Gloucestershire
BATEMAN, Arthur Son Single M 25 1886 Chaffeur Bristol Gloucestershire
BATEMAN, Flossie Daughter Single F 30 1881 Tailoress Bristol Gloucestershire
BATEMAN, Mabel Daughter Single F 20 1891 Shop Assistant Bristol Gloucestershire
BATEMAN, Percy Son Single M 19 1892 Painter House Bristol Gloucestershire
HOFFMAN, Frank Visitor M 7 1904 Bristol Gloucestershire
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is this him?
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: Letitia » Tue May 04, 2010 8:10 pm

Yvette ... no luck so far, but will try again
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: Letitia » Tue May 04, 2010 8:24 pm

Will have a good look for both of you tomorrow
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: Dizzi R.I.P. » Tue May 04, 2010 9:16 pm

HIYA CAN YOO DO A LOOK UP
WALES 1911
JAMES JENKINS BORN 1880 BRYMAUR .BRECONHIRE
FATHER JOHN
OR ADDDRESS
KINGS STREET OR STEPS BRYMAUR WALES
THANK YOU XXXXX
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: MacPanda » Wed May 05, 2010 4:54 am

No Letitia sorry mate they aren't mine.

Arthur's mother was Mary Ann and his father Arthur Palmer Bateman off Bristol way.....and Authur P outlived Mary Ann by a year in the 1950s

Thanks so much for your time and effort Letitia.
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: Letitia » Wed May 05, 2010 2:41 pm

Dizzi wrote:HIYA CAN YOO DO A LOOK UP
WALES 1911
JAMES JENKINS BORN 1880 BRYMAUR .BRECONHIRE
FATHER JOHN
OR ADDDRESS
KINGS STREET OR STEPS BRYMAUR WALES
THANK YOU XXXXX

1911 census transcription details for: 3 Griffin Cottages Millwall London E

National Archive Reference:

RG14PN1740 RG78PN60 RD22 SD3 ED24 SN312


Reg. District: Poplar Sub District: Poplar
Parish: Poplar Borough Enum. District: 24
Address: 3 Griffin Cottages Millwall London E
County: London

Name Relation Condition/
Yrs married Sex Age Birth
Year Occupation Where Born
WALKER, George Head Married M 48 1863 Horsekeeper London Hoxton
WALKER, Annie Wife Married
10 years F 34 1877 London Islington
WALKER, George Edward Son Single M 22 1889 Carman London Tottenham
WALKER, William Thonas Son M 9 1902 London Islington
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Re: LETITIA'S 1911 CENSUS SEARCH

PostAuthor: yvette » Thu May 06, 2010 4:57 am

I'm fine with mine atm thankyou. lol , I had been poking about in a rural cemetery and found some Noonans out there I though Trifely may have been interested in .
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