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Somerset Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Dabinett Family - 1841
« on: Monday 24 April 06 08:23 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Kris - all this helps a lot. Have just seen some of the 1841 census available on so hopefully anything else I need might be on there.

Thanks again,

Somerset Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Dabinett Family - 1841
« on: Thursday 20 April 06 14:21 BST (UK)  »
Hi again Kris and very many thank yous.......

It is the Stocklinch and Curry Rivel families that look like mine. Can you supply details of these?



Somerset Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Dabinett Family - 1841
« on: Wednesday 19 April 06 16:26 BST (UK)  »
Hi Kris - me again. I don't suppose you could look to see if any of them were in these places (I have looked at the 51 census and have sone children born in these places):

Kingsbury Episcopi
Curry Rivel

All in Somerset but not sure if I've spelt them right.

I'm hoping it'll show a few more family links as the IGI is hopeless for them - either the church records from those parts never made it onto LDS web site or they were an ungodly lot and weren't baptised!

Very many thanks


Somerset Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Dabinett Family - 1841
« on: Wednesday 19 April 06 16:04 BST (UK)  »
Hi Kris,
Wow - thanks for that - TOO MUCH INFORMATION!! No, only joking.....just wish they had foot notes on each ref to say how each was connected to the other....would make things a lot simpler!

Thanks again - I'm now off to try sorting them all out.


Somerset Completed Lookup Requests / Dabinett Family - 1841
« on: Wednesday 19 April 06 10:23 BST (UK)  »
I am researching William Dabinett born c 1812 Barrington, Somerset. I would like to find him on the 1841 census with his family group. He could have been living in South Petherton by this time.

If possible, I would also like any other family groups still in Barrington.
Sir name sometimes miss-spelt as Dabbinett, Dabnett, etc

Any help anyone can give me would be most gratefully received.


Yorkshire (West Riding) Lookup Requests / Re: 1841 lookup Leeds - Richard Hall
« on: Tuesday 11 April 06 12:35 BST (UK)  »
Hi Bruce

Thank you for that - I'm sure that's them as Richard's second son Thomas is living at Sykes Fold in 1851 and 1861.

Is there any chance you could look to see where Thomas was in 1841? He was Thomas Murgatroyd Hall born 1814 Leeds. His first child Samuel was born c1839 Leeds.



Yorkshire (West Riding) Lookup Requests / 1841 lookup Leeds - Richard Hall
« on: Sunday 09 April 06 17:20 BST (UK)  »

I am looking for Richard Hall, senior and junior, in the 1841 census for Leeds.

The first Richard Hall was born c 1776 in Wiltshire but was definitely in Leeds in 1841. In 1851 he was a cloth drawer and was living at 25 Rider Street, Leeds, a widower.

The seciond Richard Hall, his son, was born in Leeds c 1813 and was living with  his father in 1851 at the same address. He is given as a widower in 1851, and was also a cloth drawer, and there are 4 children living with him also: Rebecca, Robert, Maria and Mary Ann - altho' Mary Ann would not have been born in 1841.

I would like to find out the family groups for these 2 as they were in 1841, and hopefully their wives christian names.

many thanks


London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: 1841 - Charlton. Daniel Hinton
« on: Thursday 30 March 06 08:09 BST (UK)  »
Hi Cissellby.

Thank you for your reply. Now that has thrown a spanner in the works. I had Daniel's mother as Ann, not Elizabeth.

Was this the only Daniel Hinton you came across? He is proving a real headache as I have now found him all through the census's, & this Daniel, born Old Charlton, appears to marry Emma someone in mid 1860s and I can find no marriage of Daniel Hinton & my GGGgrandmother Susan Ann Morgan, although she appears as 'widow' on all the census returns from 1871 onwards and yet this Daniel also appears on them!! The mystery deepens!

Thanks for your help,


Armed Forces / Re: 1850s/1860s Royal Marines
« on: Tuesday 28 March 06 09:46 BST (UK)  »
Hi Wendi,

Thank you for your reply. His son, William Hinton was born in Dec 1862 in Camden Town, London. His birth was registered in Pancras district. His mother was Susan Ann Morgan, and she in on the 1861 census living with her parents in Pancras/Camden Town. She is given as unmarried at that time. Between 1862 and 1868 she had 4 children - all born in or around London/Woolwich so I don't think she was ever abroad.

We can't find Daniel's death, but bearing in mind his youngest child was born 1868, he must have died between then and 1871. Possibly the Royal Marines were at Woolwich barracks?

One last thing. When his son William married in the 1890s he gave his father Daniel's occupation as 'clerk' suggesting he left the army before he died????

Many thanks


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