Author Topic: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses - COMPLETED - VERY MANY THANKS TO BRYAN & CAZAY  (Read 1585 times)

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Hi - I'm looking for the family of Edward and Elizabeth Christmas.  Elizabeth was born in March, Cambs 1818, although the only Elizabeth & Edward I can find on 1881 census shows Elizabeth as 57!.  They married in 1846 so any info from 1851, 61 and 71 censuses would be very much appreciated.

Many thanks.

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 05 February 06 01:33 GMT (UK) »
Hi
1861 census.
Address looks like Hurst Lane, March, Cambs.

John Christmas,widow,head 71 yrs, brickmaker
Edward Christmas,married,son, 44 yrs, brickmaker
Elizabeth Christmas, married,sons wife, 36 yrs
Thomas                     gd.son., 11 yrs
Mary Ann                   gd,dau., 8 yrs
John                           gd.son, 5 yrs
Elizabeth                    gd. dau., 2 yrs
Alice                           gd.dau., 5 months

RG9/1044   folio  114    page 9

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Brownell...Sheffield.
Rodgers....Sheffield
Harper...Great Barford,Beds. 
Hull...Roxton,Beds
Wostenholme,Sheffield, 
Elliot, Baslow,Derbyshire
Duke, Birmingham.....Sheffield
Palmer, Nottingham....Holbeach
Hall,Nottingham

:-*   8)    ::)     :o

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 05 February 06 01:44 GMT (UK) »
Hello Bryan - you're obviously a night owl like me!

Many thanks for 1861 census info.  Has helped fill out the family for me as only John (26) on 1881 census born in Clapham, and an Edward (18) born in March.  Hopefully 1851 and 1871 census will give a bit more info.

Many thanks again for 1861 census information.

Regards.

Zephyr

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 05 February 06 01:55 GMT (UK) »
Hi

Not tired yet.

John Christmas, born Brixton Hill,Surrey.
Edward, born Ramsey.

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1851 census, Hurst Lane.
John Christmas, head, m. 61 yrs, b. Upwood, Huntingdonshire.
Mary Christmas, wife 61 yrs. b. Ramsey,Hunts.
William Christmas,gd.son. 12 yrs. b.March.Cambs

HO 107/1765    folio 700    page 21
Have not found Edward & Elizabeth yet.

Bryan
Brownell...Sheffield.
Rodgers....Sheffield
Harper...Great Barford,Beds. 
Hull...Roxton,Beds
Wostenholme,Sheffield, 
Elliot, Baslow,Derbyshire
Duke, Birmingham.....Sheffield
Palmer, Nottingham....Holbeach
Hall,Nottingham

:-*   8)    ::)     :o

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 05 February 06 10:44 GMT (UK) »
1851 (they were under Christman)

Edward 34 Ramsey Huntingdon Head Brickmaker
Elizabeth 27 March Camb wife
John Gales 26 March Camb Visitor Blacksmith
Thomas Gales 21 March Camb Visitor Bricklayer
Thomas Christmas March Camb 1 (infant)

H0107/1765 F619 P26

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Essex; Livermore, Barker  Norfolk; Wood, Lack, Spurgeon, Long Wiltshire; Ricketts, Sealey, Dew  Lincs; Drage  Cumberland; McNicol, Bowman  Lancashire; Brogden, Davis

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #5 on: Sunday 05 February 06 19:28 GMT (UK) »
Hi Bryan

Thank you for additional info on Edward's parents and their entry on 1851 census.  I now have Edward & Elizabeth on 1851 census (under Christman) from 'Cazay'.

Only 1871 census to go which will give me details of any children after Alice. 

Many many thanks for your trouble.

Regards.

Zephyr

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #6 on: Sunday 05 February 06 19:33 GMT (UK) »
Hello Cazay

Many thanks for your trouble in locating Edward and Elizabeth on 1851 census.  It was great as I have Elizabeth as being christened in 1818.  The fact that John and Thomas Gales were visiting confirms this Elizabeth is definitely mine (Gales family).  I shall have to see if I can find another Elizabeth Gales born in about 1824 as the first one could have died.

Many thanks again for 1851 census information.

Regards.

Zephyr

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #7 on: Monday 06 February 06 07:38 GMT (UK) »
Zephyr

The last one to complete the set...........1871 March Cambridge

Edward Christmas 54 March head Brickmaker
Elizabeth Christmas 47 March wife
Thomas Christmas 21 March son Bricklayer
John W Christmas 15 March son Brickmaker
Elizabeth Christmas 12 March dau scholar
Alice Christmas 11 March dau scholar
Edward Christmas 9 March son scholar
John Christmas 81 Upwood Huntingdonshire father Retired Brickmaker

RG10/1611 F30 P9

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Essex; Livermore, Barker  Norfolk; Wood, Lack, Spurgeon, Long Wiltshire; Ricketts, Sealey, Dew  Lincs; Drage  Cumberland; McNicol, Bowman  Lancashire; Brogden, Davis

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Re: Christmas 1851/61/71 Censuses
« Reply #8 on: Tuesday 07 February 06 19:12 GMT (UK) »
Hello Cazay

Many thanks for 1871 census information.  It's nice to be able to follow them through the censuses and do a double check on the family members. 

Thank you very much indeed for your trouble.

Best wishes.

Zephyr

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