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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 03 November 20 14:27 GMT (UK) »
Thank you Bumble B

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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 03 November 20 14:27 GMT (UK) »
I gave you these census references earlier,  you should be able to browse either side of them

1851 references to give idea of area for Bombers Brow

H0107/2156 folio 644 page 14
Thomas & Sarah Fosbrook and others

also H0107/2156 folio 655 page 37. William & Elizabeth Buckley
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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 03 November 20 14:32 GMT (UK) »
Sorry rosie not sure how to do that


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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 03 November 20 14:38 GMT (UK) »
You need to put the references into the census search box for 1851 on whichever subscription site you have access to.  Alternatively search the names I gave you on the 1851. 
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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 03 November 20 14:41 GMT (UK) »
HO107/2156 folio 644 page 14

And if you go back to page 1, then you will see that "Bombers Brow" is also known as Crowther Street.  Although Bombers appears to be written as Bumbers.

If itís Crowther Street, ignore what I said previously it isnít one of the Underbank ones; itís further up hillgate.

Crowther Street is, in fact famous for featuring in one of L S Lowryís paintings - https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/crowther-street-stockport-cheshire-89605

The buildings were demolished many years ago but have recently been rebuilt. Fortunately, there are a number of images of it, before and after demolition on the Stockport Image Archive here - http://old.stockport.gov.uk/sia

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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #14 on: Tuesday 03 November 20 14:43 GMT (UK) »
Thank you will try that

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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #15 on: Wednesday 04 November 20 10:54 GMT (UK) »
Hi Ray thank you for the info on Crowther st very interesting love the pictures

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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #16 on: Friday 01 January 21 07:55 GMT (UK) »
Hi everyone is it possible to search the 1851 census by address looking for bombers brew or brow Stockport. Looking for Thomas & Eliza Hogan married Oct 1850 both living at that address on marriage cert. Both born abt 1830. Eliza Ireland & Thomas Newcastle upon Tyne. Eliza Moran looking if any family names appear living there

Hi Washy,

Thomasís youngest sister Ann Hogan was my great great grandmother. The 1851 census has her and their brother Christopher mistakenly listed as Gannon, but they were John Hoganís children. All other records for Ann such as her marriage and childrenís christenings show her as Hogan, her marriage specifically lists John Hogan as father, not James Gannon. The 1841 census shows Ann Hogan ďwidowĒ (their mother) as the head and then lists the family, with James Gannon and others listed under as residents. I wonder if Ann the mother later actually married James Gannon as I cannot find a marriage record for them, or if he just happened to answer the door on census night and the census person made assumptions? I believe John Hogan died early 1841 but cannot narrow down which John Hogan death record is his. Do you have anything on this? Apparently my grandfather used to say that Ann Hogan (the mother) was a great Dublin lady who ran away with a redcoat (meaning John Hogan). Makes sense as apparently 40% of the British army was Irish during this period.  I have no clue what Annís maiden name was but would love to find the Hogansí origins in Ireland.
From Australia back to:
England: CON/DEV - Acres, Ruse; CAM -Cooper, Pett; CHS/LAN - Brown, Hogan; DOR - Pitt; GLS - Gabb, Green, Newman, Scudamore, Skidmore, Walkley;  London/MDX - Geale, Perry, Bockerah; SOM - Owen; SURREY - Good(y/g)er WAR - Heming; WIL - Ford; Laycock, Matcham, Hinchley, Smith, Rixon
Ireland: McGann - Tipperay
Harrigan/Haddigaddy/Hargedon &  other variations - Foxford Mayo
Scotland: Warnock - Renfrew & Lanarkshire
USA: Bunker - Nantucket

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Re: Census 1851
« Reply #17 on: Friday 01 January 21 12:47 GMT (UK) »
I did notice a Tree that has a JOHN to John/Ann who was buried 25 Mar 1841 Liverpool age 0
(record is on Anc.)
I cant seem to find this on GRO, birth or death reg.

F/S has a non conformist christening for a John Hogan 17 Jan 1841 (birth 12 Jan 1841)
Father John Hogan/Mother's Name: Ann Keragan

Just posting in case it is related in the future.
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