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Re: Censuswhack
« Reply #567 on: Thursday 17 August 06 14:41 BST (UK) »
oh!! and also Ancient Fanthorpe (old at 38) in Kingston on Hull, York1881

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« Reply #568 on: Thursday 17 August 06 14:48 BST (UK) »
and even though there are more than one 'old', i think these are worth sharing
.......Old England GOODSON
    Aston Clinton, Buckingham, England 
    Age 5!!! 1881


and Old Joe 1881

 Old Joe    Lodger (Head)   M   Male   60      Pedler     
 His Wife    Wife Of Lodger   M   Female   60      Pedler     

Nettie
 

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« Reply #569 on: Thursday 17 August 06 19:21 BST (UK) »
Came across this in 1851, not a  proper censuswhack but it made me smile - Hardicanute Evans living with his grandparents in Chardstock, Dorset HO107/1861 359 6. Very grand name for an ag lab!

He's back with his parents in 1861 but as Harricanute( RG9/1372 folio 5 pg 6), with siblings Helah, Hannah Amelia, Henry John, Hazalelpone (?) and Huramlorn(?). Can't see them in 1871, but perhaps they are using their parents names of Ann and John and who would blame them! 

Hardicanute IS an 1881 Censuswhack, though!  Doesn;t seem to be the same guy, as he's living in Bury, spiritual (and actual) home of our beloved Rootschat. :)

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« Reply #570 on: Saturday 02 September 06 19:15 BST (UK) »
Think this might qualify, theres definitly only one:

Tity Sparrow :o - 1881

He's my g-g-g uncle and it should read Fitz Sparrow!! and even as Fitz Sparrow, he's still the only one!


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Re: Censuswhack
« Reply #571 on: Sunday 03 September 06 15:25 BST (UK) »
Of course, you don't really mind your ancestors being mistranscribed if you get to Censuswhack 'em  ;D

1871
RG10 561 124 21 Arthur Ngoyan

Known in the real world as my g-g-grandad Arthur Vyvan.

And in 1891
RG12 226 88 52, the family of my ggg uncle:
Clas S Hilbrwine

Personally,  we find Hilbourne eaiser to pronounce  ::) . I'd hoped for a double whack there, but a lot of Chas's became Clas's.

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Re: Censuswhack
« Reply #572 on: Sunday 08 October 06 18:14 BST (UK) »
Can't find another with this name :

Carshine Standley aged 28

1851 census

HO107/2062 folio 288 page 12
Aston, Birmingham

Known to her family as Caroline  ::)


Susan  :)


Herefordshire: Mytton.
Lincs: Ingham
Northants: Knight (Welford); Linnell;  Gaudern.
Staffs (Brierley Hill, Kingswinford): Wood; Eades.
Somerset: Bailey; Lewis
Warwickshire: (Alcester, Henley in Arden) Lewis; Casey/Keasey
Warwickshire (Birmingham suburbs) Knight
Yorkshire (Bradford):  Ingham


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« Reply #573 on: Sunday 12 November 06 18:17 GMT (UK) »
Hi all:

Going for the obvious, my contribution, from the 1881 Census on familysearch.org.

Kitchen Faucet, 48 New Street, Southowram, York.

Occupation: dishwasher? No, stone delver.

Siblings: Luke, Joe, Sarah, Willie, as well as nephew James...make that James G. Faucet. But no sign of Farrah....

RG11
Piece / Folio   4397 / 56
Page Number   32

I've also seen Kitchen Hall and Kitchen Ambler (neighbor to one of my ancestors) in my searches.

For bonus points, this diametrically opposed pair from the same 1881 search: Kitchin Redhead, Millom, Cumberland and Kitchen Whitehead, North Bierley, York  :o :o :o
ENGLAND (all Yorkshire but one)
SLATER: Ovenden, Halifax, and Massachusetts
DOBSON, LONGBOTTOM: Thornton (Bradford)
DRURY: Darton, Halifax, and Massachusetts
NEVIL(LE): Wigan (Lancs.), Darton
MEGSON: Dewsbury, Ossett
GARSIDE: Woolley, West Bretton

SCOTLAND
ROBERT HENDRY: b. 1856, Who-knows-where-shire, Scotland; 1882 to US
DEMPSTER, HOUSTON: Lesmahagow, Glasgow, and Massachusetts
GALBRAITH, MEIKLE: Kirkmichael, Ayr.; Hamilton, Glasgow, and Massachusetts

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Re: Censuswhack
« Reply #574 on: Sunday 12 November 06 22:38 GMT (UK) »
One of my lot in 1871:-

RG10/4184 page 2
Church, Accrington
Xavesia Glendonwyn Isherwood.

First name should be Haveria.

Maggie

P.S. for John - definitely no relation to the Tap family   ;D  ;D  ;D
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« Reply #575 on: Wednesday 20 December 06 23:32 GMT (UK) »
Just came across this name in the IGI for Wigan

Tamer Wilder 

About 1759 Of Dudley, Lancashire, England
ENGLAND (all Yorkshire but one)
SLATER: Ovenden, Halifax, and Massachusetts
DOBSON, LONGBOTTOM: Thornton (Bradford)
DRURY: Darton, Halifax, and Massachusetts
NEVIL(LE): Wigan (Lancs.), Darton
MEGSON: Dewsbury, Ossett
GARSIDE: Woolley, West Bretton

SCOTLAND
ROBERT HENDRY: b. 1856, Who-knows-where-shire, Scotland; 1882 to US
DEMPSTER, HOUSTON: Lesmahagow, Glasgow, and Massachusetts
GALBRAITH, MEIKLE: Kirkmichael, Ayr.; Hamilton, Glasgow, and Massachusetts