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Title: 1871 Census Burton Extra-Completed thank you
Post by: Kissimmee on Thursday 20 October 05 09:34 BST (UK)
I am trying to trace this couple who were known to have lived in Burton since 1856.  Could someone please look for them to see who they had living with them

Thomas Cook born about 1821 place unknown - He was a Cooper
Mary Cook born 1818 Lamerton Devon

many thanks for your help
supernan
Title: Re: 1871 Census Burton Extra-Cook please
Post by: Nicky on Thursday 20 October 05 10:33 BST (UK)
Hi

Here is the 1871 census

Thomas Louis Cook, head, age 50 or could be 51(black line through), cooper born Tavistock Devon
Mary Cook, wife, age 52 born Tavistock Devon
Alfred David Cook, son, age 20, cooper born Tavistock Devon
Isaac Smithdaw Cook, son, age 10, scholar born Bristol
Alice Louisa Cook, daughter, age ??, scholar, born Bristol
James Wood, lodger, age 22, cooper born Warrington Chester

RG10/2904
folio 76
page 16
civil parish of Burton upon Trent

and here is 1861 in case you dont have it

Thomas Cook, head, age 40, journeyman cooper born Tavistock Devon
Mary Cook, wife, age 41, born
Thos H Cook, son, age 15, cooper (ap) born Tavistock
Jessie Cook, daughter, age 11, dress maker (ap) born Tavistock
Alfred D Cook, son, age 9, scholar born Tavistock
Jane A Cook, daughter, age 7, scholar born Bristol
Mary E Cook, daughter, age 5, scholar born Devon Plymouth
Walter Cook, son, age 3 born Devon PLymouth
Isaac Cook, son, age 9 months born Bristol


RG9/1703
folio 42
page 19
civil parish of Bedminster

Hope this helps

Nicky
Title: Re: 1871 Census Burton Extra-Cook please
Post by: Kissimmee on Friday 21 October 05 01:30 BST (UK)
Wow! thank you for the extra Census Nicky, that is of great help to me,
There are a couple of new names on the 1861 Census that I did not have that I can now follow up.
thank you, very much for helping me sort this family out
supernan