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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #9 on: Friday 07 March 08 22:44 GMT (UK) »
I can find Fredericks mother and brother in Reading, which is where he was born,

The 1881 states CAVERSHAM, which is Oxon at that time.

use the images at freebmd.rootsweb.com to confirm where charles (c1861) was born, and also check for frederick

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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #10 on: Friday 07 March 08 22:45 GMT (UK) »
RG10 1427 41 6

... transcribing   ;D ...

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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #11 on: Friday 07 March 08 22:52 GMT (UK) »

Gawd, amazing what that little extra snippet can bring.
Well spotted.  Pauline
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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #12 on: Friday 07 March 08 22:58 GMT (UK) »
1861. RG9/747; F66; P1
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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #13 on: Friday 07 March 08 23:05 GMT (UK) »
Sorry, got called away - doing the 71 now ...

OK, at last ... some words difficult to read so a second opinion may be worthwhile:

1871
Caversham
Gr...e Hi..

Charles Henderson head mar 54 solicitor and landowner b Berks Reading
Elizabeth Mary wife 44 Middx Hammersmith
Charles Edward (transcribed as Turberville but I'm unsure of surname) son unmar 13 b Reading
Edward A.T. same surname son 4 b Caversham
and 3 servants:
Louisa Bryant
Ellen Herridge
Charles Bunley?

RG10/ 1427/ 41/ 6

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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #14 on: Friday 07 March 08 23:29 GMT (UK) »
1861
RG9/ 747/ 66/ 1

162 Friar St Reading

Charles Henderson head mar 44 solicitor b Reading
Elizabeth M wife 36 b Hammersmith
Charles ET Henderson son 3 b Reading
2 servants:
Eliza Brown
Mary McCarthy

What's going on with the boys surnames? When I transcribed the 71 I thought that Mary must have been married before to Mr Turberville. This will be worth investigating.

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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 08 March 08 12:48 GMT (UK) »
Hi Guys and big thanks.
You have been very busy while I was sleeping!  I may be able to help with the Turberville bit.  It would appear that Charles Henderson's father, Edward married Sarah Earles (Not verified yet) in 1811, in London.  She appears to be the daughter of William and Penelope Marner.  A Penelope Turberville married an Edward Marner 4 years before Penelope Marner married William Earles, both marriages being at St mary, Reading.  I'm assuming she had been widowed and retained her married name.  St Mary, Reading, which is where Edward Henderson was baptised and his son Charles married Elizabeth Cooke, parents to the Turberville boys  so all seem to link.  Why the two boys changed from Turberville to Talfourd is an absolute mystery, although Thomas Noon Talfourd was returned as M.P.for Reading at this time.  Maybe their dad admired him.   Thanks for all the references, but I'm not quite sure how to use them to get to the information.
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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 08 March 08 14:14 GMT (UK) »
Hi tobyjug,

Sounds like a complicated family  ;D, but hope it's making some sense.

The references are no use unless you have access to Ancestry or other pay site, where you can enter the reference numbers, which will take you to the correct page of the census where you'll find your family.

I'm signing off now but if you need any more lookups I'll be back tomorrow - or someone else may be able to assist in the meantime.

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Re: 1891 and/or 1901 census Henderson, Wood Green
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 08 March 08 14:29 GMT (UK) »
The obvious thing to do now would be obtain Bertram's (1891) birth certificate.
That will have an address which can be referenced in census.

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