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Re: What happened to Thomas Jarvis of Leicester?
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 24 January 23 21:35 GMT (UK) »
Sarah is on the next page
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Ward, Newark (Nottingham), Leicester, Scarborough
Warren, Northampton, Leicester
Moore, Leicestershire
Hunt, Leicestershire
Kirkman, Leicestershire
Hurst, Leicester, Stowmarket
Kendrick, Leicestershire
Eld, Leicestershire
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Re: What happened to Thomas Jarvis of Leicester?
« Reply #19 on: Wednesday 25 January 23 07:05 GMT (UK) »
I'm not sure if you've caught this one, but there seems to be another court case potentially in 1856.

Leicester Chronicle - Saturday 19 January 1856
 
Ď William Bates pleaded guilty to breaking Thomas Jarvis's nose, in Redcross-Street on the 15thinst. Fined £5 or two month's imprisonment.'

No further details, but as you mentioned Redcross-Street further up I thought this might be him.

Thank you. Interesting, and Thomasís brother Samuel was living in Red Cross Street in the 1861 Census.

Dave  :)
ESSEX: Cramphorn Raven Sams Sayers Taylor Whybrow; GLOS: Beacham/Beauchamp; HERTS: Chamberlain Chuck; LEICS: Allot Bennet Bentley Crisp Godfrey Greasley Hunt Hurst Jarvis Lane Lea Light Seel Taylor Woodward Wright; LINCS: Buswell Lambert Mitchell Muse Sayers; OXON: Barnett Beacham; STAFFS: Hodgkins Jarvis; SURREY: Light; WARKS: Astley/Chesshire Bradbury Hicken/Hickin Hudson; WORCS: Ballinger Beauchamp Laight

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Re: What happened to Thomas Jarvis of Leicester?
« Reply #20 on: Wednesday 25 January 23 07:29 GMT (UK) »
There is an 1861 census I wondered if you had come across,

 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M7G5-295

Thomas is as single but married on the census return and with a Sarah, both of Leicester, a little older and in Handsworth; this chap is a bellows maker  ???

Thank you. It certainly looks a possibility. (Incidentally, I donít know how FamilySearch has decided it was Handsworth because it is St Maryís parish in Warwick.)

Dave  :)
ESSEX: Cramphorn Raven Sams Sayers Taylor Whybrow; GLOS: Beacham/Beauchamp; HERTS: Chamberlain Chuck; LEICS: Allot Bennet Bentley Crisp Godfrey Greasley Hunt Hurst Jarvis Lane Lea Light Seel Taylor Woodward Wright; LINCS: Buswell Lambert Mitchell Muse Sayers; OXON: Barnett Beacham; STAFFS: Hodgkins Jarvis; SURREY: Light; WARKS: Astley/Chesshire Bradbury Hicken/Hickin Hudson; WORCS: Ballinger Beauchamp Laight

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Re: What happened to Thomas Jarvis of Leicester?
« Reply #21 on: Wednesday 25 January 23 09:08 GMT (UK) »
It seems quite possible that Thomas Jarvis was not married to Sarah because in the 1851 Census his brother Samuel was in St Margaretís, Leicester with his ďwifeĒ and one year old daughter but did not marry until June of that year. Maybe Thomas and Sarah, seemingly with no children, never did marry.

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ESSEX: Cramphorn Raven Sams Sayers Taylor Whybrow; GLOS: Beacham/Beauchamp; HERTS: Chamberlain Chuck; LEICS: Allot Bennet Bentley Crisp Godfrey Greasley Hunt Hurst Jarvis Lane Lea Light Seel Taylor Woodward Wright; LINCS: Buswell Lambert Mitchell Muse Sayers; OXON: Barnett Beacham; STAFFS: Hodgkins Jarvis; SURREY: Light; WARKS: Astley/Chesshire Bradbury Hicken/Hickin Hudson; WORCS: Ballinger Beauchamp Laight