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Stanton
« on: Saturday 26 December 15 12:38 GMT (UK) »
I am trying to track down some Stantons in the 1861 but I am having no luck.

I am trying to get a little more on Richard  Stanton b. circa 1802 Northamptonshire (Woodford) and family


m. Hannah Higham
1803–

children:
Sarah Stanton 1827–
Valentine Stanton 1829–
William Stanton 1832–
Emma Stanton 1835–
Jane Stanton 1838–
Annie Maria Stanton 1841–1923 this is my link

BIRTH..
Ann Maria Stanton (name as stated on the Birth cert.) born..27 March 1841 - reg. Hornsey and Highgate.   Father- Richard Stanton – Labourer.   Mother – Hannah (formerly Higham) both parents are from Woodford Northamptonshire.
 
MARRIAGE...
Annie (?) Maria Stanton, minor (she would have been 20) Spinster.. Father Richard Stanton ..Gardener.    Married..George Lloyds, minor ( he would have been 19) Bachelor.. Printing Ink maker... Father William Christopher Lloyds..Printing ink maker.
On the 4th August 1861, at The Parish Church, Islington..Both  residing at Hornsey Road.  Witnesses were Hannah’s brother William  Stanton and her sister Jane Jenkins.
 
Daniel Higham, AM’s cousin was living with George and Ann Maria in 1871, he later worked in an Ink factory, which I would imagine was with the Lloyds.
 
I have the Stanton's in the 1841 census, and in 1851 they are living at 5 Hooper st, Parish of St Mary, Islington. Sarah and Emma (married Samuel Hill) are not living with them.

I dont have the ‘61 census but that has proven to be hard to find.

Valentine Stanton, AM’s brother, sadly ended his life in a Workhouse, records show that he was in and out of the Islington workhouse from 1876 to 1896 where he died.

Anyone who can help that would be lovely...

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Re: Stanton
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 26 December 15 12:43 GMT (UK) »
Parts of 1861 Islington census are missing
from FindMyPast
145   Middlesex   Islington   Islington East (2)   Islington - Missing
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Re: Stanton
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 26 December 15 13:02 GMT (UK) »
Death April qtr 1868 Islington Richard Stanton born c.1802

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Stevens /Godfrey /Rudgley /Claridge/ Gipson /George /Bliss
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Re: Stanton
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 26 December 15 13:05 GMT (UK) »
Death Jan 1872 Islington Hannah Stanton born c.1803

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Stevens /Godfrey /Rudgley /Claridge/ Gipson /George /Bliss
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Re: Stanton
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 26 December 15 13:21 GMT (UK) »
Hi

From Freereg.org

RICHARD STANTON
BIRTH: 10 Feb 1803
BAPTISM: 22 Feb 1803 ALL SAINTS NORTHAMTON
REG NO:  230
FATHER: RICHARD STANTON
MOTHER: ANN

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Re: Stanton
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 26 December 15 13:47 GMT (UK) »
It seems Emma had the middle name of Jane

Baptism
St Michaels Highgate
2 Nov 1834
Emma Jane Stanton
parents Richard & Hannah
Highgate

Possibly Emma in 1851
7 Chas? St Finsbury
Emma Stanton servant U 17 General Servant Highgate
in household of Thomas C Tidemas?
HO107 1520 243 15

20 Nov 1854 marriage to Samuel Hill -she married as Emma Jane Stanton

1861St Pancras
Samuel Hill Head M 30 Carpenter to Undertaker Farnham Surrey
Emma wife 26 Highgate
Sarah J daughter 1 St Pancras
Harriet Savary? Nurse Child 6mth St Pancras
RG9 122 112 54

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Re: Stanton
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 26 December 15 14:07 GMT (UK) »
[quote author=Jimvin link=
 
MARRIAGE...
Annie (?) Maria Stanton, minor (she would have been 20) Spinster.. Father Richard Stanton ..Gardener.    Married..George Lloyds, minor ( he would have been 19) Bachelor.. Printing Ink maker... Father William Christopher Lloyds..Printing ink maker.
On the 4th August 1861, at The Parish Church, Islington..Both  residing at Hornsey Road.  Witnesses were Hannah’s brother William  Stanton and her sister Jane Jenkins.
 

[/quote]

who is "her sister Jane Jenkins"??

Didn't sister Jane Stanton marry William Charles Potter Jun 29 1862 St Pancras???

Suz
Thornhill, Cresswell, Sisson, Harriman, Cripps, Eyre, Walter, Marson, Battison, Holmes, Bailey, Hardman, Fairhurst Noon-mainly in Derbys/Notts-but also Northampton, Oxford, Leics, Lancs-England
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Re: Stanton
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 26 December 15 15:58 GMT (UK) »
Parts of 1861 Islington census are missing
from FindMyPast
145   Middlesex   Islington   Islington East (2)   Islington - Missing
This could be why

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Re: Stanton
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 26 December 15 16:00 GMT (UK) »
[quote author=Jimvin link=
 
MARRIAGE...
Annie (?) Maria Stanton, minor (she would have been 20) Spinster.. Father Richard Stanton ..Gardener.    Married..George Lloyds, minor ( he would have been 19) Bachelor.. Printing Ink maker... Father William Christopher Lloyds..Printing ink maker.
On the 4th August 1861, at The Parish Church, Islington..Both  residing at Hornsey Road.  Witnesses were Hannah’s brother William  Stanton and her sister Jane Jenkins.
 


who is "her sister Jane Jenkins"??

Didn't sister Jane Stanton marry William Charles Potter Jun 29 1862 St Pancras???

Suz
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That rings a bell, had Jenkins from another family members info. Will double check. I was trying to fill the gap of 61, but the missing records could explain a lot.