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Offline mrbee

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Stanier Bourne
« on: Wednesday 03 November 04 07:48 GMT (UK) »
Can anyone help me I am trying to find a Stanier Bourne believed to be living in the Norton in the Moors area of the Staffordshire in 1863. 
Bourne, Findler, Shenton, Shaw, McElin, Spain, Oldacre, Mountford,

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Re: Stanier Bourne
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 03 November 04 08:00 GMT (UK) »
Hi
I have looked on the 1871 census and I cant find him,even using variations on his name. Do you have any other names to work with?
Found a this birth for 1871

Name:    Bourne, Stanier
Record Type:    Births
Quarter:    September
Year:    1871
District:    Leek 
County:    Staffordshire
Volume:    6b
Page:    257

Let me know what else you have and Iwill take another look for you.

Nicky
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Re: Stanier Bourne
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 03 November 04 18:01 GMT (UK) »
Hi thanks for the help the Stanier Bourne you mention is the son of Thomas and Alice Bourne living at nettlebank on the 1881 census.  I feel that he could be a grandson of the Stanier Bourne I am seeking as. He is mentioned in the following which suggests he is in old age

 On 8th April 1863, a recitation was given at an Annual Tea Meeting in the National School, Smallthorne, by Thomas Tomkinson. The title of the recitation was Village changes

There’s our friend Stanier Bourne, at the top of the hill,
Where for years he has liv’d so quiet and still:
He is now getting old, though able to work —
Bourne, Findler, Shenton, Shaw, McElin, Spain, Oldacre, Mountford,

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Re: Stanier Bourne
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 04 November 04 17:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi
Cant find Stanier but have found his son Thomas and wife Alice in the 1871 census

address Nettle Bank

Thomas Bourne, head, married, male, age 28, crate maker, born Staffordshire Smallthorn
Alice Bourne, wife, married, female, age 27 born Staffordshire, Norton
Thomas Bourne, son, male, age 3 born Staffordshire Norton

Civil parish:    Norton in the Moors 
Ecclesiastical parish:    St Saviour 
Town:    Smallthorne 
County/Island:    Staffordshire 
Country:    England 

Source information:    RG10/2879
Registration district:    Leek 
Sub-registration district:    Norton 
ED, institution, or vessel:    5 
Folio:    21 
Page:    35
Household schedule number:    210

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Re: Stanier Bourne
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 04 November 04 18:06 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for the information.  Perhaps I should have asked for a for 1861 census look up for Stanier Bourne in retrospect
Bourne, Findler, Shenton, Shaw, McElin, Spain, Oldacre, Mountford,