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Can you help with Charles De Lacey pls
« on: Saturday 15 August 09 17:52 BST (UK) »
Charles De Lacey.  Working from census details his y.o.b is c1845. The earliest census details I have for him is in 1881 when he is living at 11 Lansdowne Place Islington. He's 36 yrs of age, married with 5 children. Occ: Boot Finisher. On that census he's shown as born
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All Saints Newcastle on Tyne.

In 1891 he's living at
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25 Hermes Street, Clerkenwell, Holborn London. Age 46 yrs, married, 8 children shown. Occ: Boot Finisher. Shown b Channel Islands.

In 1901 he's living at
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5 Risinghill Street, Clerkenwell, Holborn London. Age  56 yrs, married, 3 children shown. Occ: Boot Finisher.
Shown b Jersey (French Subject).
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His wife is shown as Margaret, and her place of birth, taken from the census, is Newcastle upton Tyne.
Their first 5 children: Mary, Florence, Helena, Amy & John are all shown born Newcastle upton Tyne.

Many thanks .. Lyn
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Re: Can you help with Charles De Lacey pls
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 15 August 09 18:07 BST (UK) »
Hi Lyn,

1871
RG10/5096 41 1
Newcastle, Northumberland
1 Camden St

Charles Lacy, head, 26, Tailor
Margaret, wife, 21
Mary A, dau, 8 mo

All born Newcastle 

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« Reply #2 on: Saturday 15 August 09 18:32 BST (UK) »
Possible marriage

Charles Lacy - Margaret Mossman
Mar 1869 Newcastle on Tyne 10b 176
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« Reply #3 on: Saturday 15 August 09 18:57 BST (UK) »
Hi Tati
You always come through for me  ;) Thank you.
Lyn
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White, Curtis, Lockyer, Drew - St. Pancras
Collins & Catlin of Benington / Ardeley Herts,
Collins, Dunkley, Poole,  of Hackney, Edmonton,Shoreditch
Allens, Clapham,  of Islington.
DeAth.... of Shoreditch.
Gladden & Laker of Shoreditch / Bethnal Green
Bibbys, Smith, Webb, Buckley  of  Essex
Blessed and Wade Spalding Lincolnshire
Pullen, Weedon & Skipps of Hackney and Essex.
Danahar of Bethnal Green
Caddy - Stafford



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Re: Can you help with Charles De Lacey pls
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 15 August 09 19:49 BST (UK) »
I just wish I could see him earlier but I can't  :(
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Re: Can you help with Charles De Lacey pls
« Reply #5 on: Sunday 16 August 09 07:23 BST (UK) »
Could have been born in Jersey to a military family.

Given the early link to Newcastle, perhaps he came over from Ireland, lots of Lacey's there, particularly around the Limerick/Cork areas.
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« Reply #6 on: Sunday 16 August 09 08:26 BST (UK) »
I don't know if this is going to help or not..

I checked the IGIs to see if Margaret had given her maiden name (but no!)
anyway
Mary Ann Lacy was baptised 2nd Oct 1870 All Saints Newcastle upon Tyne

Florence, Amy and Helena were all baptised the same day, 17 Apr 1878


I then checked the All Saints Newcastle batch to see if there were any other delacy baptisms going on and found:

Louisa Delacy
b 25 Feb 1864 bap 27 Feb 1867
father John; mother Louisa

Ada Matilda Elizabeth Delacy
b 14 Oct 1868 bap 18 May 1870
father John; mother Martha

on 1871, Louisa and Ada are sisters, mother IS Louisa
father John was born Bishopswearmouth co Durham and is a dentist.

going back to 1861
I found John (Lacy) in Cavendish sq Marylebone London living with his in-laws, saying he is a TAILOR, still from Bishopswearmouth

1851
John (M Lacey) is with his parents at home in
Stockton with his parents Robert and Elizabeth, still a tailor

I cannot find John or his parents in 1841, (Ireland maybe? or Jersey?)
no Charles with them but I was hoping that Charles may be a grandson of an older brother/sister to the above John Delacey

There are a few coincidences going on...
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« Reply #7 on: Monday 17 August 09 11:15 BST (UK) »
Hi jc
I think I have the right Charles in 1871. He's 26 yrs of age married, with 1 child. Living at 1 Camden Street, Newcastle. Surname spelt LACY and his occupation is shown as Tailor.

I had the baptisms for Mary, Florence Amy & Helena, but thank you anyway for the details.  BMD records of births & marriages show the surname spelt DE LACY. Charles's marriage BMD, the surname spelt LACY

Lyn

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White, Curtis, Lockyer, Drew - St. Pancras
Collins & Catlin of Benington / Ardeley Herts,
Collins, Dunkley, Poole,  of Hackney, Edmonton,Shoreditch
Allens, Clapham,  of Islington.
DeAth.... of Shoreditch.
Gladden & Laker of Shoreditch / Bethnal Green
Bibbys, Smith, Webb, Buckley  of  Essex
Blessed and Wade Spalding Lincolnshire
Pullen, Weedon & Skipps of Hackney and Essex.
Danahar of Bethnal Green
Caddy - Stafford



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Re: Can you help with Charles De Lacey pls
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 24 May 12 12:57 BST (UK) »
strange but true...I am researching my family .Bonnett ..shown on a birth certificate as living at 5 risinghill street in 1900  the same as a charles de lacey.I am guessing it was a large block of flats, known as the Penton residences, but i cannot find any reference to that name ..any ideas ?? cheers