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Offline trish1120

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Re: 1851 Census conundrum
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 28 November 18 11:17 GMT (UK) »
That may be the explaination.

Baptisms;
St Mary and the Holy Rood, Donington in Holland
JACOB MUSE 08 Jan 1821
WILLIAM 20 Jun 1822, buried 30 Jun 1822, abode Church St, Infant
SARAH 15 Apr 1825
JOHN 25 Dec 1827
GEORGE 12 Jan 1832, buried 2 Apr 1832, abode Church St, Infant
HARRIET 08 Mar 1833
EMILY 26 Jul 1837, buried 7 Aug 1837, abode Church St, Infant
JOSEPH 10 Jul 1840
Parents WILLIAM/ANN
Father a Brazier
Abode Church St Donnington
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And to confirm Anns maiden name;

MITCHELL, JOSEPH , Mothers mn MEWS***
GRO Reference: 1840  S Quarter in SPALDING UNION  Volume 14  Page 490

MITCHELL, EMILY, MEWS**
GRO Reference: 1837  S Quarter in THE SPALDING UNION  Volume 14  Page 377

Cant find a Bapt for this child but Burial was one Burial was 11 Jan 1839, WILLUAM Mitchel, Infant, Church St

MITCHELL, WILLIAM  GEORGE, MEWS**
GRO Reference: 1838  D Quarter in THE SPALDING UNION  Volume 14  Page 475
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Re: 1851 Census conundrum
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 28 November 18 13:33 GMT (UK) »
Thank you Trish, I just caught up with your post. This looks really convincing.

Dave :)

p.s. I suppose that she may have been born a while before her baptism and so the age gap I had presumed from the 1805 baptism may have been less. I think Iíve found Ann dying, aged 63, in Lincoln in 1863.

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