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what is an Enderd?
« on: Monday 08 January 07 19:38 GMT (UK) »
Hi

I have the 1871 census for my G Grandfather Henry Hosier which shows he was a boarder at North Surrey District  School in Penge Surrey.

He is noted in relationship to head as ''enderd.''
I have cross referenced with other pupils who are also noted as enderd.
Has anyone any ideas why? What was an enderd?

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Diane  ???


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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #1 on: Monday 08 January 07 19:58 GMT (UK) »
Hi Diane, I think it must be a foible of the people who Ancestry used to transcribe the records (big school - many pages of original Enumerators data)   ... theres nowt in the Relationship column after Page 4 - where the Scholars start ...

It may be some sort of code meaning 'entered' ?
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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #2 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:00 GMT (UK) »
"Endered" is not in the Oxford English Dictioary.... :-\

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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #3 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:02 GMT (UK) »

Does not appear in any of my dictionaries  :(  can you give the specific reference for the page it appears on cos I can't find it  :(


I think Newfy might be right - just another best guess by Ancestry
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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #4 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:04 GMT (UK) »
I looked through quite a few pages of the folio and couldn't see any mention of 'enderd' either.
The column seems to be blank for all the children  ???

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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #5 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:05 GMT (UK) »
Agree with Newfy...it's some anomaly courtesy of the Ancestry transcribers.  Looking at the actual census image, there is nothing but a tick or check mark in the relationship column, to indicate I think that the data on that sheet had been transcribed over to another document. 

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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #6 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:17 GMT (UK) »
I remember this - I have someone in my tree there in 1871.

I've looked at the first sheet of pupils, and the last - and as others have said there's nothing but a line drawn down (if that).

But my chappie, William Bransden, is described as an "Enderd" on the ancestry summary.

I think the transcriber must have enderd the third dimension  ;D

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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #7 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:21 GMT (UK) »
Thanks everyone for  looking.

I thought maybe it was an olde English word and may be important.

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Re: what is an Enderd?
« Reply #8 on: Monday 08 January 07 20:45 GMT (UK) »
Could the word simply be;endeared-loved one?

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