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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #36 on: Friday 22 June 12 15:02 BST (UK) »
would there be any gillgrass family in the census  .all the best haydon
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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #37 on: Tuesday 03 July 12 09:08 BST (UK) »


No Gillgrasses that I can see. Sorry !

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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #38 on: Tuesday 03 July 12 11:06 BST (UK) »
thank you for looking  haydon
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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #39 on: Wednesday 04 July 12 10:36 BST (UK) »
Curious - I thought I had listed the Binfield 1801 census in the Berkshire look-up offers.  If I did, I can't find it now!
A Moderator would have removed it if the publisher (Eureka?) complained.
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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #40 on: Monday 20 January 14 17:56 GMT (UK) »
hi to all on this thread (although its a few years old now and I don't know if youre all still on this site)
im the great great grandson of harriet crockford who lived at crockfords cottage in the mid 1800's. im trying to find out if anyone knows if the cottage still stands and if so where its located in binfield.all I can find is crockfords place which is a fairly new estate
         regards dave Layton 07584 432937

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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #41 on: Monday 10 November 14 15:35 GMT (UK) »
Thanks!  That seems likely. 

Therese.

Curious - I thought I had listed the Binfield 1801 census in the Berkshire look-up offers.  If I did, I can't find it now!
A Moderator would have removed it if the publisher (Eureka?) complained.
Berkshire: Atty, Carter, Dowlin, Knibb, Long, Wheeler.
Devon: Channon, Dunsford, Hawkins, James, Payne, Pope, Snow, Willis, Wilson.
Bristol/Bedminster: Hawkins.
Cambridgeshire: Randall, Squires.
Kent: Burren, Buss, Field, Foster, Gates, Glover, Homewood, Hunt, Large, Link, Rabbitt, Ventum.
Somerset: Adams, Allen, Lockyer, Savage.
Warwickshire: Knibb.
Wiltshire: Akerman, Bourton/Borton, Burden, Clarke, Dodson, Fry, Gray, Lea, Munday, Rummin(ge), Stiles, Stratton, Teagle, Underwood, Weston.

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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #42 on: Wednesday 02 September 15 14:10 BST (UK) »
My GG Grandfather William Charles Carter was born in Binfield in 1855, son of Charles Carter and Louisa Dowling.

I have William Carter father of Charles born in Waltham St Lawrence in 1785, the son of Richard Carter and Susannah Halfacre. I found the marriage for Richard and Susannah on FindMyPast Berkshire Marriages at Sonning Berkshire 20 Nov 1775. It states Richard was a resident of White Waltham.

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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #43 on: Saturday 05 September 15 01:12 BST (UK) »
Hi JeanetteM
                    My GG Grandfather was Enoch(Edward) Carter with parents Charles and Louisa.  Edward went to Australia in 1874 but can not find his death.  I wonder if someone is doing Edward's line.  His wife was a widow in 1921.  I would like to find out if Edward returned to England and died there before 1921.
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Re: Binfield 1801 Census
« Reply #44 on: Saturday 05 September 15 13:54 BST (UK) »
Hi George165,

Until seeing one of your posts about Enoch I did not realize that he came to Australia. I cannot find a mention of him in the UK censuses after 1871 and I haven't found an Enoch Carter of the right age on the UK death registrations.

My Great-Grandmother Eleanor was the second child of seven of William Charles Carter and Louisa Nichols. William remarried (Elizabeth Patrick nee Mackrell) after Louisa died and had at least one more child.

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