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Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« on: Friday 08 May 20 01:31 BST (UK) »
I am going round in circles trying to locate the following children after 1861 Census:
Mother Ann Hazlewood 1828 Mollington - 1862
    William Thomas (seems to be known as Thomas) Hazlewood bc 1846 Mollington ) baptized Stoke
    John  Hazlewood bc 1848 Neithrop                                                                   )  25/12/1859
                                                                                                                         ) as Hazlewood/
                                                                                                                                 Allitt
    George Hazlewood  bc 1851 - ?Banbury 1851 Dec 16 19 no mmn?                    ) baptized Stoke
    Mary Anne Hazlewood bc 1855                                                                       )  4/2/1861
    Charles Henry Hazlewood bc 1856-? Banbury 1856 Jun 3a 612 no mmn?           ) as Hazlewood/
    Catherine Hallett b1860 Foleshill  Mar 6d 395 mmn Hazlewood                          )      Allitt
Ann Hazlewood married Thomas Allitt in 1861 Walsgrave on Sowe Mar 6 379 .
In 1861, Thomas and Ann are listed  as Hallett and the children as Hazlewood in Stoke, Warwickshire RG09/2200/70/28.
Ann Allitt died in 1862 Foleshill Dec 6d 299 and Thomas Allitt died in 1873 Foleshill Mar 6d 284.
I did find Thomas in 1871 , as Allett, as a patient in hospital in Coventry RG10/3182/71/2 following an assault.
Sorry for the scrappy bits of information.
Jackie
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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #1 on: Friday 08 May 20 03:09 BST (UK) »

GRO births

HAZLEWOOD, John      mms.      - 
1846  MarQ        Banbury Union Vol 16  Page 14

HAZLEWOOD, George   mms      - 
1849  MarQ         Banbury Union Vol 16  Page 17

HAZLEWOOD, George   mms        - 
1851  DecQ        Banbury Union  Vol 16  Page 19

HAZLEWOOD, Mary Ann   mms     - 
1853  JunQ        Banbury Union  Vol 03A  Page 575

HAZLEWOOD, Mary Ann    mms     HAZLEWOOD 
1853  SepQ       Thetford Union   UNION  Vol 04B  Page 351

HAZLEWOOD, Charles Henry   mms    - 
1856  JunQ        Bunbury Union  Vol 03A  Page 612

HALLETT, Catherine    mms      HAZLEWOOD 
1860  MarQ        Foreshill Sowe  Vol 06D  Page 395

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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #2 on: Friday 08 May 20 03:39 BST (UK) »
Is this your family?

Census 1861  at Barras Green Stoke Warwickshire
HALLETT Thomas           40y   labourer    b. Bourton Oxfordshire
HALLETT Ann                  23y            b. Moulenton Oxfordshire
HAZLEWOOD Thomas     14y  son      b. Moulenton Oxfordshire
HAZLEWOOD John           11y son    b. Banbury Oxfordshire
HAZLEWOOD George        9y  son     b. Moulenton Oxfordshire
HAZLEWOOD Mary A        6y  dau     b. Bourton Oxfordshire
HAZLEWOOD Charles        4y son     b. Bourton Oxfordshire
HAZLEWOOD Catherine     1y  dau    b. Stoke Warwickshire


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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #3 on: Friday 08 May 20 04:46 BST (UK) »
Yes, that is the 1861 Census for them.
I have tried different surname spellings for Hazlewood  and Allitt for  the later censuses but with no luck.
I did find a newspaper article for the assault on Thomas Allitt which landed him in hospital in 1871 but there was no mention of children in that.
Jackie
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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #4 on: Friday 08 May 20 15:33 BST (UK) »
Did you have this one?

Thomas Allitt death Jun 1867 Birmingham age 20

There is a Charles Allitt around born Stoke in later census (if the correct person) so maybe they all used that name  :-\

Hinchliffe Huddersfield Wiltshire

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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #5 on: Friday 08 May 20 22:06 BST (UK) »
Just as a matter of interest is the John AZLEWOOD aged 18 born Molenton Oxon related to your Hazelwoods as he appears on the same page on 1861 census.

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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #6 on: Friday 08 May 20 23:13 BST (UK) »
Well spotted, John. I didn't have a very clear image of the census sheet for 1861 so didn't notice him. Yes, he is one of 'my' Hazlewoods born in Mollington, Oxfordshire.
Millipede,  I will look into the Thomas & Charles Allitt later today.
I was getting in a right muddle with this bunch.
Jackie
Bateman, Baylis, Bellotti, Boag, Bower (Stillgebauer), Cattermole, Chester, Dullage, Felix, French, Fursse, Garrett, Gilbert, Harding, Haynes, Hazelwood, Plume, Putland, Rudge, Strickson, Warren, Whitehead, Whitehorn, Wiltshire, Youthed and many more

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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 09 May 20 01:02 BST (UK) »
Thank you for your input.
I have just checked the 1871 Census and found John, George, Mary, Charles and Cristiana (?) Allitt in the same household and with appropriate ages. On the original census sheet, there is a note to say that head of household is in hospital in Coventry, which ties in with Thomas (father).
One puzzle down, many more to go.
Jackie
Bateman, Baylis, Bellotti, Boag, Bower (Stillgebauer), Cattermole, Chester, Dullage, Felix, French, Fursse, Garrett, Gilbert, Harding, Haynes, Hazelwood, Plume, Putland, Rudge, Strickson, Warren, Whitehead, Whitehorn, Wiltshire, Youthed and many more

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Re: Vanishing Hazlewood/Allitt children
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 09 May 20 15:50 BST (UK) »
Jackie, George Hazelwood / Allitt 1851.
1879 married Sarah Ann Boon in Peterborough
1881 census rg11 1591 51 17
1891 census rg12 1226 43 17---on Ancestry as ALLETT
1901 census rg13 1461 15 22
1911 census rg14 8761 170 06
3 sons born to George & Sarah, John George 1880, Thomas William 1882 & Charles Henry 1894.
George died 14.6.1930 aged 78 in Peterborough, also a probate record for him. Sarah died aged 79 in 1935 also in Peterborough.
Not wishing to spoil any research for yourself do you want me to look for his siblings ????

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