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Suffolk Completed Lookup Requests / Re: 1891 census- Ipswich
« on: Friday 24 December 04 21:40 GMT (UK)  »
This is the closest match I've found on the 1891 census which would mean Daniel J Double was born in 1888/89.

Daniel Double, Head, 30, Lattingstone (?) Suffolk, Ag Lab
Kate Double, Wife, 26, Holbrook Suffolk
Kate M Double, Daughter, 4, Ipswich Suffolk, Scholar
Daniel J Double, Son, 2, Ipswich Suffolk
Elizabeth A Double, Daughter, 5mths, Ipswich Suffolk

Living at 415 Wherstead (?) Road, St Mary

Living at 409 were:

Charles Double, Head, 29, Holbrook Suffolk, Ag Lab
Mary Ann Double, Wife, 34, Ipswich Suffolk
Annie Double, Daughter, 2, Ipswich Suffolk
Beatrice A Double, Daughter, 3mths, Ipswich Suffolk

Any relation to David?

Hope this helps... ;)

Regards, Emma

Essex Lookup Requests / Re: 1871 census essex
« on: Friday 24 December 04 21:22 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Graham,

Thought I'd add the info from the 1871 census for you:

John Dines, Head, 47, Essex G. Irtham (?), Ag Lab
Sarah Dines, Wife, 38, Essex Burnham
John H Dines, Son, 13, Essex Mayland, Ag Lab
George Dines, Son, 11, Essex Bradwell, Ag Lab
Emily Dines, Daughter, 8, Essex Tillingham, Scholar
Annie Dines, Daughter, 6, Essex St Lawrence, Scholar
Alfred Dines, Son, 2, Essex St Lawrence

Living at West Hyde Farm, Tillingham

Hope this will help?

Regards, Emma :)

Essex / Re: WARNER
« on: Saturday 11 December 04 10:57 GMT (UK)  »
Morning All!

Looks like I'm going to have to go and visit the ERO!!  It's really not that far away but I think it'll be the new year before I get the time.
I sent an email to the Reverend at the URC in Dunmow to see if he knows any more so I will let you know should I receive a reply.
Lovely gloomy day today - ideal for staying in and doing a bit of family research!

See you soon,

Thank you for your help!  All is appreciated at this point in time!  I've just started researching this branch and had forgotten how difficult it is at the beginning...

I need to ensure first that Joseph is definitely the father of John Thomas Gibson (my Great Grandfather) which he appears to be on the census records I've seen though have to save and get copies of certificates and such like!

Thanks again,

Essex / Re: WARNER
« on: Friday 10 December 04 19:39 GMT (UK)  »
And yes Sue, it was formed in 1972.   So who were there before them?!  ::)

Essex / Re: WARNER
« on: Friday 10 December 04 19:37 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Sue,

Thanks for that info.  I'm just scouring the net looking for more info on the URC.  Must have been a church there before though...I can feel a long hard slog coming on!

Regards, Emma :)

Essex / Re: WARNER
« on: Thursday 09 December 04 21:10 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Alistair,
 :o So, if John Warner b.1802 - the one at the Reformed Church is the eldest son of John Warner and Sarah Joyce, then that will answer the questions as to who he was...
Maybe?!  Let me know!!
I've written the letter to the church today so hopefully they will come up with something!

Regards, Emma

Essex / Re: WARNER
« on: Wednesday 08 December 04 20:52 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Alistair,

Thought it was about time that I posted something on here! 
Have you got a definite connection now with the John Warners?  I'm just confused with them all!
Still haven't sent the letter off to the church to find out about who they might be but I'll list them here and see if anyone knows...

In the churchyard of the United Reformed Church in Great Dunmow there is a family memorial to Warners that includes:

Mary Warner d. 184?
John Warner b.1802
John Josolyne Warner d.11/04/1857 aged 38 - "For some years past an active and indefatigable partner in the commercial academy in this town".
Catherine Hannah Warner - 6th Daughter of John & Mary Warner d.26/1/1840? aged 27
Joseph Robert Warner - 3rd son of John & Mary Warner d.19/08/1844 aged 18.

So, at this moment in time they remain a mystery and as to whether we are connected to them remains to be seen.  Hopefully there is someone out there who knows who they are!

Ooh, and also think I've found the Great Granddaughter of Edward Warner b.1882 d.21/03/1918 (he's on the third page in from the right hand side on the tree I think)
I'll keep you posted!

Regards, Emma ???

Durham Completed Look up Requests / 1871 & 1901 Census - Joseph Gibson, Hetton-Le-Hole
« on: Wednesday 08 December 04 20:26 GMT (UK)  »

I am looking for information on Joseph Gibson b.c.1860 in Hetton-Le-Hole.  I have managed to find him on the 1881 & 1891 census records but not the other two. 
He married Elizabeth A b.c1858 and had the following children:
John T(homas?) Gibson b.c.1882
Annie Gibson b.c. 1884
Mary A Gibson b.c. 1887

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Em ???

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