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Lost Logans
« on: Wednesday 07 February 18 02:52 GMT (UK) »
I am looking for information re a TERENCE LOGAN born in Ireland. From his death certificate he died in Liverpool aged 61, his wife is named as Maria and he was a gardener, they lived at 20 Comus St Liverpool.
They had a son Edward Anthony and a daughter Isabella who may have been twins re info on the 1841 census that states both their ages as 15, birth abt 1826 in Manchester.
DO not know when Terence and Maria came to England
Isabella married a Charles Thursby. Edward married Hannah Hill in 1859,on the marriage cert. it states that Terence is a FLORIST.
Edward became a Chief Engineer working for P&O on the mail run to Australia.Have not found birth certd.
I have managed to trace 3 of Edward and Hannahs sons they came to Australia a daughter Florence died as a child. Two other sons became Professors 1 of Music and I Languages their names were Frederick b1886 and Edwin 1877 - 1938 but I do not know which was which,Edwin married a lady Dorinda.
 Frederick is a mystery like Terence any clues would be greatly appreciated by descendants here in OZ
Logan,Keane,Stephenson,Storry,Smith,Harris

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Re: Lost Logans
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 07 February 18 06:46 GMT (UK) »
Just for background, Isabella in 1861?

Living at No 12, 10 Court, Nash Grove, Liverpool
 Sub-registration district:   St Martin
Household schedule number: 231  Piece: 2650   Folio: 28   Page Number: 54
Charles Thursby   38  Painter  Ireland
Isabella Thursby   36  Manchester

Death for a Isabella Thursby. age 38, on 16th December 1863, buried in St Oswalds on the 17th.

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Re: Lost Logans
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 07 February 18 06:51 GMT (UK) »
They are in a tree on Ancestry - is it yours?

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Re: Lost Logans
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 07 February 18 07:07 GMT (UK) »
is Possible my tree is Lost n Found
Logan,Keane,Stephenson,Storry,Smith,Harris

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Re: Lost Logans
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 07 February 18 08:23 GMT (UK) »
...They had a son Edward Anthony and a daughter Isabella who may have been twins re info on the 1841 census that states both their ages as 15, birth abt 1826 in Manchester.
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Entirely possible that they weren't twins.
In the 1841 census, the age of persons over 15 was supposed to be rounded down to the nearest multiple of 5.
https://durhamrecordsonline.com/updates/2010/09/added-explanation-of-1841-census-age-rounding/
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