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1871 Census Edward Taff - Completed thanks
« on: Monday 22 November 04 10:30 GMT (UK) »
Could someone please help me with a look up of the 1871 Census for Edward Taff? There seems to be only one - probably Staffs or Worcs.   

Thank you very much. 
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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #1 on: Monday 22 November 04 10:40 GMT (UK) »
there's actually 2. age 38 and 10 both in northumberland.
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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #2 on: Monday 22 November 04 11:00 GMT (UK) »
What age are we looking at or family members - there are 2 in Staffs named Taffe aged 8 months and 34.
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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #3 on: Monday 22 November 04 11:21 GMT (UK) »
Thanks to both of you. I am searching for the Edward born around 1836, so 34 years old. Do you have details? I can't find out where he was born exactly, each census has it differently. Same for his wife (Emma? Emily?).
Thanks for the info you can provide.       
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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #4 on: Monday 22 November 04 11:31 GMT (UK) »

Edward Taffe 34  Dudley, Worcestershire, England Head  Tipton  Staffordshire   
Edward Taffe 8 months  Tipton, Staffordshire, England Son  Tipton  Staffordshire   
Emma Taffe 30  Tipton, Staffordshire, England Wife  Tipton  Staffordshire   
Hannah Taffe 7  Rowley, Staffordshire, England Daughter  Tipton  Staffordshire   
James Taffe 2  Rowley, Staffordshire, England Son  Tipton  Staffordshire   
Matilda Taffe 9  Sedgley, Staffordshire, England Daughter  Tipton  Staffordshire   
Thomas Taffe 11  Rowley, Staffordshire, England Son  Tipton  Staffordshire   

RG10/2999 Folio 35 
 
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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 03 November 05 21:46 GMT (UK) »
Tati

Their was just 3 Edward Taff's in the area in 1841........
Two in Staffs

1841..........HO107/996/12
DELPH, KINGSWINFORD, STAFFS
EDWARD TAFF  20  MINER   N
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1841........HO107/980/7
OLBURY ROAD, SMETHWICK, HARBORNE, STAFFS
EDWARD TAFFS  40  GLASS M J    N
?                "        45 (female but has no name!) N
JOHN         "        15 GLASS M J      N
HENRY       "        14 GLASS M J     N
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and 1 in Worcs
1841.....HO107/197/13
WRIBBEN HALL, KIDDERMINSTER FOREIGN, WORCS
EDWARD TAFF  60 LAB   Y
ELIZABETH  "    55         Y
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Researching names BRYANT (Camberwell), PASTERFIELD (Essex and all), RAY (Holborn/Islington areas back to Brentford), POWELL (Glouc & beyond?)
Fletcher (Glouc into Warwickshie into Lancs?), BUCKLEY (Chatham area), Watson (Chatham area).


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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 04 January 06 16:55 GMT (UK) »
Bryant,

 :-[  :-[ I just clicked on the 'show new replies to your posts' for the very first time ever    :-[ and I see this.

Thanks so much for this. They are not the one I was searching for but they are very likely to fit in sooner or later.

I'm so sorry for not replying sooner - it's the 2nd time I have no e-mail announcing a reply of yours  :-\

Tanja  :D 
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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 05 January 06 07:28 GMT (UK) »
No problem..........Technology gets me too........mobile phones... put them in a bucket of water.......i'm sure they would work far better and besides I like the gurgling sound  ;D

By the way..........I think I may have found your man/boy in 1841  :) and now......... you might be able to find this family in 1851?

1841
DUDLEY PORT, TIPTON, STAFFS
JAMES TAFT  41  ZOO LABOURER   N (NOT BORN IN STAFFS)
ANN        "     40                             N
JAMES     "     7                               N
EDWARD "     5                               N
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Happy New Year
Bryant
Researching names BRYANT (Camberwell), PASTERFIELD (Essex and all), RAY (Holborn/Islington areas back to Brentford), POWELL (Glouc & beyond?)
Fletcher (Glouc into Warwickshie into Lancs?), BUCKLEY (Chatham area), Watson (Chatham area).


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Re: 1871 Census Edward Taff
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 05 January 06 07:52 GMT (UK) »
Yes, Bryant, this is the one, thank you very much. I do have him in 1851 by now.

Is James senior really down as a ZOO Labourer?  :D
I usually have him as either a potter or a brickyard labourer - this sounds funnier... 

Tanja  :D
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