Author Topic: 1871 census look up please.  (Read 1177 times)

Offline Damon Heath

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Re: 1871 census look up please.
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 05 May 19 11:58 BST (UK) »
Hello,
Just yesterday, I started writing a family tree up (Simple ways to pass the time), when I came across this Angelo Rampoldi. I found that Mr. Rampoldi married a girl named Elizabeth (Isle?), who later had a daughter named Marija Rampoldi, who married into the Nelson family. They had a daughter named Mary Jane, who married to the Torn family, they had a daughter named Ellen, and then the son of her descent is my great grandfather.

I understand I'm a tad bit late to the conversation (roughly 10 years?), but if you guys find anything else out, or even see this reply, give me a shout.
Damon Heath

edit:- I have a photo of the tree I have drawn, but I could not fathom how to add it

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Re: 1871 census look up please.
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 05 May 19 16:36 BST (UK) »
A few bits, in case you don't have them:-

Angelo married Elizabeth Isle on 23rd September 1835 in Althorpe.

Angelo buried on 12th december 1879 in Owston ferry age 80.
Elizabeth on 2nd February 1869 in Owston Ferry, age 72.

Elizabeth Isle, daughter of James and Sarah, baptised on 20th December1799 in Althorpe

James Isle married Sarah Mosley on 5th Jul 1789 in Crowle

Sarah Isle born 1764 buried on 3rd Feb 1822 in Althorpe

James Isle born 1762 buried on 25th Jun 1834 in Althorpe

James Isle baptised on 27th Jun 1762 in Crowle, son of James and Thomasin

Sarah Mosley baptised on 22nd Jan 1764 in Crowle, daughter of George and Elizabeth

David

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