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London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Middx 1841 Census
« on: Saturday 14 May 05 15:44 BST (UK)  »
My interest is finding Thomas Blaney and his daughters in the 1841 census. They would of also been in the 1851 census.

My Harriet's marriage certificate stated her father was Thomas Blaney a tailor. She married on May 27th 1844 at the Parish of Christ Church  in the County of Middlesex by William Stone.(I have the original) She married Shadrach Raven a tailor. They lived at No. 27 Whiler Street.

Her death certificate said she was born in London. All their children were born in London and the all came to the US in 1854.

Other names on marriage certificate are Cathrine Blaney and Timothy Donovan. Shadrach's father was Richard Raven also a tailor. Seems to me there may of been a large tailor shop in the area where they must of came acquainted.

Any help or leads would be greatly appreciated as this has been on my shelf for over 15 years.

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1851 - HO107 1541 page 536.
The first entry on f277 has been crossed out and has been redone on the next page (assume because the family did not fit on the one page?)
Bedford Row, Bethnal Green (no house no. shown)
Thomas Blaney, head, mar, 53, weaver, ALL BORN IN  Bethnal Green
Mary, wife, 47, Shoe Binder
James, son, 17 paper hanger
John, son 16, errand boy
Edward, son, 12, scholar
Joseph, son, 11. scholar
Alfred, son, 7 scholar.
Please note that it is not a clear copy and some of the ages of the children may not be correct though think I have read them right.
Cougar
 
Thanks Cougar,
My Harriet's marriage certificate stated her father was Thomas Blaney a Tailor. She married on May 27th 1844 at the Parish of Christ Church  in the County of Middlesex by William Stone. She married Shadrach Raven a Tailor. They lived at No. 27 Whiler Street. Her death certificate said she was born in London. All their children were born in London and they all came to the US in 1854.

I will keep this info you found in my files.

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Kent Completed Lookup Requests / Harris 1841-1851 Cranbrook look-up
« on: Saturday 14 May 05 01:28 BST (UK)  »
Looking for George and Elizabeth Harris.

They had children bapt between 1805-1812 at Cranbrook.

Did they live out their life's there?


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Thank you, 

The 53 year old Thomas would of been 27 years old when Harriet was born in 1825 at London. The other Thomas would of been 63 years old.

I think the 53 year old one is a better one to check out first.

Thanks again

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I am looking for Thomas Blaney a tailor and his wife Harriet.

Known Children were Harriet and Catherine Blaney. They also had a son name unknown. Harriet married May 27 1844 to Shadrach Raven at the parish of Christ Church by Rec. Wm Stone in the Spitalfields area.

Can these folks be found?
Other spellings Blayney and Blarney.

Thanks

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Kent Completed Lookup Requests / Weald of Kent 1841 census
« on: Friday 13 May 05 13:44 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

I am looking for George Roots and his wife Elizabeth. George was also known to of been in Cranbrook in 1824 and was a Carpenter. 

What happen to this family?

Their Children were bap between 1825 - 1830 at Biddenden Kent.
George William
Elizabeth Ann
Caroline Alice

Thank You

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Kent Completed Lookup Requests / 1851/ 1861 or 1871 look up please
« on: Friday 13 May 05 13:34 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

I am looking for George Roots and his wife Elizabeth.

Their Children were bap between 1825 - 1830 at Biddenden Kent.
George William
Elizabeth Ann
Caroline Alice

Thank You

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Kent / Re: Roots
« on: Saturday 17 July 04 05:35 BST (UK)  »
Not yet Sandy........................

Bob

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Sussex / Re:Research in Sussex Part 2
« on: Thursday 24 June 04 13:08 BST (UK)  »
Hi Chris,

That's the problem I have with this Roots family. The only other information is George father a son with Mary Harris at Cranbrook in 1824. I have the bastardy papers on this. She was born 1805 and I am assuming he should of been at least 21 because he was a carpenter. This would put his age at least at 1803 - 1795.  I am trying doing a sweep of all possible George's in the Weald.

Thank you for the information.

Bob

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