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Offline PassionPlay

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1841 census, Faulkner, Toddington
« on: Friday 06 May 05 10:39 BST (UK) »
Hi Folks,

If anyone happens to come across a 1841 census, I would be grateful for a lookup.

I am seeking a Richard Faulkner, b.1803 in Toddington, Bedfordshire.

By 1842 he is in Sawbridgeworth (birth of daughter) but I do not know yet when he moved there. 

Any help appreciated  :)

Steph.
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Re: 1841 census, Faulkner, Toddington
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 24 August 05 16:58 BST (UK) »
Hi Steph

I didn't find Richard Faulkner in the 1841 Census at Toddington but I thought these Faulkners might be family so jotted them down.

Dunstable St, Toddington

Thomas Faulkner 30 Brewer & Farmer Y
Emily 25 Y
Frederick 3 Y
Emily 1 Y
Elizabeth Johnson 50 Female Servant Y
William Wilson 35 Curate N

Also Dunstable Rd, Toddington

William Faulkner 60 Maltster N
Kesia 60 N
Charlotte 25 Y

Regards

criggy
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Re: 1841 census, Faulkner, Toddington
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 24 August 05 17:17 BST (UK) »
Criggy, you are a star, many thanks.  They are sure to fit in somewhere, I would have thought that the population of Toddington was fairly small in 1841?

I appreciate your time, thank you.

Steph.
Beer (Kent)
Hall/Halle  (Stafford/Enfield/Folkestone)
Richards (Kent)
Silk (Kent)
Southan/Southen/Southern/Southon (Kent)
And more (there are always more!)

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