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Offline Sueh2

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1851 census Hull
« on: Tuesday 14 September 04 12:15 BST (UK) »
Hi,

I'm looking for John WELBURN and his daughter Elizabeth WELBURN who would have been about 17 in 1851.
They may be in the Sculcoates area.

Hope you can help me
Thanks   Sue

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E Yorks: HALL, HARLEY, HARVEY, HULLAH, PORTER, PRESTON.
Essex: HARVEY, SMITH. ONG, HUMM/HUME
Norfolk: TUCK
Lincs: ADAMS, HOLLAND.

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Re: 1851 census Hull
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 13 October 04 23:39 BST (UK) »
Hi Sue
I have the indexes for the Hull 1851 census  They just give names age and place of birth and folio numbers .HO 107/2363 the following were on 36v and were listed under Holy Trinity

JOHN WELBURN age41 born Easington
ELIZABETH WELBURN age 16 born Hull    plus
MARY ANN WELBURN age 41 born Hull
WILLIAM WELBURN age 15 born Hull
ELIZA WELBURN age13 born Hull
ANN WELBURN age 11 born Hull
HANNAH WELBURN age 10 born Hull
ELLEN WELBURN age 4 born Hull
Hope these are yours---- kind regards sues
Wiltshire :-Smart,Bush,Reynolds,Bigwood
Gloucestershire :- Pear, Robinson
Warwickshire:-  Linnell, Whateley
Devon:- Bale,Hatchwell,Hatchell
Yorkshire:-  Smart,Goodinson, Tankersley,Robinson
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Re: 1851 census Hull
« Reply #2 on: Monday 18 October 04 15:12 BST (UK) »
Hi Sues,

Thank you again for the info, they certainly look like my lot.

Regards  Sue

Census Information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk
E Yorks: HALL, HARLEY, HARVEY, HULLAH, PORTER, PRESTON.
Essex: HARVEY, SMITH. ONG, HUMM/HUME
Norfolk: TUCK
Lincs: ADAMS, HOLLAND.


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Re: 1851 census Hull
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 22 September 05 19:57 BST (UK) »
Hello,

I note you have a Harvey interest to. Many of my Harvey's emmigrated from Lincolnshire to Sculcoates.

I have a Sarah Harvey who in 1898 married an Ernest Welburn / Welbourn.

Possible connection?

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Claudia Aliffe
Harvey, Falcieri, Farrance, Coward, Prickett, also B Disraeli and Lord Byron, Buck, Whitaker, Vosper, Trounce, Daveney, Hosking

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Re: 1851 census Hull welburn
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 25 July 10 15:42 BST (UK) »
hello,

just taken up searching my familys past again after a short break and have found that you have mentioned the welburn family. Eliza welburn happens to be my great great grandmother on my fathers side (burnett family) She married william burnett whom she may have met whilst he was working in the paragon inn where the welburn family were residing at the time of the 1851 census (quite a large age gap too!) he was 24 and she was just 13!. they had a son august 14th 1868 named tom who married harriet newton in 1906  their son tom was my fathers dad.
can i ask where they fit into your family tree

thankyou

kindest regards

julie

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Re: 1851 census Hull
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 10 August 16 12:43 BST (UK) »
I have only just picked up on this message. No idea how this has slipped through the net after so long. If you're still reading this we can pick up the thread and go from there. I haven't done any more Welbourn research so I am at the same point as last I was posting here.

Claudia
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Re: 1851 census Hull
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 30 August 16 13:45 BST (UK) »
Hello Claudia,

I am sorry but your reply to Julie as sadly bounced back to us, it looks like she may have changed email address sadly we do not know what the new one is :'(

I checked to see if she had a previous profile - nothing, neither could I find a online presence..?

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