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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #18 on: Friday 09 September 11 08:29 BST (UK) »
will continue on. later on this weekend
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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #19 on: Friday 09 September 11 15:11 BST (UK) »
Wow, Mick, that's fantastic!
That's more information in two days than I have got in fifty years! It has my grandmother, great aunts and uncle on the censuses. Thank you so very much. If you can be bothered to send any more, that would be incredible.
Thank you again

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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #20 on: Friday 09 September 11 17:06 BST (UK) »
Hello Alastair

Could this be George`s Burial ? Eastbourne,St Marys
George French,15 Sept 1847,aged 50.

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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #21 on: Saturday 10 September 11 00:39 BST (UK) »
according to the 1901 census where emma is widowed
and the 1891 where john price is with emma
he must have died between 1894 when his last child john was born and 1901
this is the only one i can see that in anyway fits
death index
name; john price
y.o.r. 1899
qtr;apr/may/jun
dist; lewes,sussex
vol;2b
page; 110
age at death; 41
est birth year; 1858
you would obviously need the death cert to verify if this is your john price
hopefully the person who regd the death was emma price
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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #22 on: Saturday 10 September 11 01:11 BST (UK) »
If John was born 25 Dec 1858, he could fit with the 2 year old John born in Chelsea in the 1861 census, at 6 Harper Place, Westminster. No father at home but his mother is Mary, a carpenter's wife age 39 born Liverpool - RG9/51/55/36

Ian C
i think this is a better bet for john
1871
RG10/
john price age 60. b. ivinghoe/bucks. occ. land and house proprietor. head
caroline age 39. b. keniven/cornwall. wife
john age 12. b. westbourne st./london. son(westbourne street is in kensington reg dist not far from chelsea)
linda.m. age 11. b. southwark. daughter
annie.f. age 7. b. high wycombe/bucks. daughter
amelia age 5. b. ditto. daughter
ann martin age 68. b. st.mawgan/cornwall. mother(think this must be carolines mother)(farmers widow)
maria ward age 21. b. eastbourne. occ. general servant
living at;54,pevensey road,eastbourne/sussex

obviously you would need john/emma's marriage cert to verify if this is the right john price
i do not think it is worth going any further back until we know which if either of the john price's is yours .i.e. this one or the one
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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #23 on: Saturday 10 September 11 02:09 BST (UK) »
1861 - RG9/856/22/38
Bedford Row, Chipping Wycombe, Bucks
John PRICE, head mar 50, Proprietor of houses, born Bucks, Ivinghoe
Caroline PRICE, wife mar 31, born Cornwall, Kenwan
John PRICE, son 2, born London, Hanmer Sq Pimlico
Linda M PRICE, dau 1, born London, St George the Martyr Southwark
Philip W PRICE, son 1mo, born Bucks, Wycombe
+ 2 servants

St George the Martyr, Southwark
1860 Jan 15
John PRICE, full age, bachelor, Grocer, Hales Street St Georges Road, father William PRICE, Gentleman
Caroline MARTIN, full age, spinster, -, Hales Street St Georges Road, father John MARTIN, Farmer
Married after Banns
Both signed in presence of John Coad, Prudence D Dunn

This is the same couple Wozzle found in 1871 in Eastbourne.

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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #24 on: Saturday 10 September 11 15:03 BST (UK) »
Thankyou Omega 1, that looks highly likely. The dates match exactly.

Don't think the John Price you have is the right one, Wozzle & Eyesee, John was never a Land & House proprietor, he was a house painter. The 1891 Census Wozzle posted is definitely him - it has my Grandmother, Florence and my Great-Aunts Alice, May & Edith. No question it's the right John on that Census.
To go further back would mean getting 1871 Census for Chelsea, I imagine.

Many thanks to you all

Regards

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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #25 on: Saturday 10 September 11 18:04 BST (UK) »
Thankyou Omega 1, that looks highly likely. The dates match exactly.

Don't think the John Price you have is the right one, Wozzle & Eyesee, John was never a Land & House proprietor, he was a house painter. The 1891 Census Wozzle posted is definitely him - it has my Grandmother, Florence and my Great-Aunts Alice, May & Edith. No question it's the right John on that Census.
To go further back would mean getting 1871 Census for Chelsea, I imagine.


Alastair

the john who was a land and house proprieter is his father
the john who was a painter later on is with him aged 12 on this census
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Re: PRICE & FRENCH, Eastbourne
« Reply #26 on: Sunday 11 September 11 15:04 BST (UK) »
So sorry Wozzle & Eyesee - me jumping to conclusions.
Yes, could well be John's father and marriage of same. I thank you both and apologise for doubting you.
There are links here with my great aunts, albeit tenuous. There was a chap surname Martin who more or less brough up my father when my grandmother Florence's marriage ended in divorce. Several generations away, though.

Thank you both so much

Alastair