Author Topic: R.Albert Asylum Query  (Read 402 times)

Offline Smiley2

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Re: R.Albert Asylum Query
« Reply #27 on: Friday 08 February 19 15:18 GMT (UK) »
Oh no worries! The whole subject is confusing everyone!  ;D

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Re: R.Albert Asylum Query
« Reply #28 on: Friday 08 February 19 15:37 GMT (UK) »
Having now found the second brain cell  :o

3 December 1842 - St George Hanover Square

Thomas Angel, full age, bachelor, Publican.  Father:  Charles, Clothier
Mary Brown, full age, spinster.  Father:  Henry, Tallow Chandler

1851 census - HO107/1695 folio 419 page 25

Thomas Angel, 53 - formerly Licensed Victualler
Mary - 46
Mary - 7
Sarah - 6
Thomas - 4
Isabella - 16 (niece)

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Archbell - anywhere, any date
Kendall - WRY
Milner - WRY
Appleyard - WRY

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Re: R.Albert Asylum Query
« Reply #29 on: Friday 08 February 19 17:19 GMT (UK) »
Ah!! They're all the entrants in the family bible! Thank you so much  :)

I had to Google Victualler though and now see that it's another word for Publican. I wonder what that would have been like in the Mid 1800's!