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Re: gwinnurth, gwinnett,gwinurt
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 21 November 04 19:00 GMT (UK) »
That info from the 1851 census would be very much appreciated Gardener, sorting this out has added ten years to my life. I have been trying to bottom this forever.

Many many thanks

BF

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Re: gwinnurth, gwinnett,gwinurt
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 21 November 04 20:07 GMT (UK) »
1851 Worcs

Superintendant Registrar's district Stourbridge; Registrar's district Kingswinford; Parish Brierley Hill; Piece 2036, Fol 373

Sch no 67,Brierley Hill
Joseph Gwinnett,head,m,48,iron worker (puddler),Kingswinford,STS
Phoebe Gwinnett,wife,m,49,Kingswinford,STS
Enoch Gwinnett,son,u,18,iron worker (puddler),Kingswinford,STS
William Gwinnett,son,u,17,iron worker(puddler),Kingswinford,STS
Sarah Gwinnett,dau,12,Kingswinford,STS
Martha Gwinnett,dau,10,Kingswinford,STS
Matilda Gwinnett,dau,7,Kingswinford,STS

Funny how tangles suddenly unravel all at once!
Rose (Black Country),Downs (Black Country),Wolloxall (any and all),Bark (Derbyshire),Wright (Derbyshire),Marsden (Derbyshire), Wallace (Black Country)

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Re: gwinnurth, gwinnett,gwinurt
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 21 November 04 21:09 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for that

It is true, all you often need is that one break.

Happy days

Many thanks

BF