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COMPLETED Maslen family missing in 1881
« on: Wednesday 29 September 10 16:50 BST (UK) »
I have been tracing the Maslen family and have found them in all the census from 1861 to 1901 except on the 1881 census.

Would some be kind enough to check to see if they had infact left the country either for a holiday or somewhere more permanent until 1891 when they show up on the census again.

The Maslens concerned are:

Head                 Samuel  b 1840 Wiltshire
Wife                   Eliza      b 1836 Suffolk
Son                    George  b 1862 Honiton 
Daug                 Alice E    b 1864     "
Daug                 Florence b 1865 Tottenham
Son                   Charles  b 1868      "
Daug                 Julia       b  1870     "
Son                   Albert     b  1873     "
Son                   William  b 1876       "
Daug                Edith     b  1879      "



Thank you.




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Re: Maslen family missing in 1881
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 29 September 10 17:24 BST (UK) »
They are in Tottenham.  On ancestry family name has been transcribed as Haslen.

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Commons -  Whitwick/USA/Galway
Concannon - Whitwick
Costello - Ireland
Wardle - Whitwick/Packington
Clarke - Whitwick
Lockwood - Barrow upon Soar
Bull - Whitwick/little Staughton
Moult - Coelorton
Glover - Wymeswold
Vellacott - Exmoor
Thorne - Exmoor

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Completed Re: Maslen family missing in 1881
« Reply #2 on: Friday 01 October 10 08:18 BST (UK) »
Spark, thank you very much for that.

 I tried all sorts of combinations apart from that one. 

Thanks again