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Old 22nd June 2010, 15:20   #1
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John Smith c1807 Chesham. Bucks.

Hi all.

Can anyone find this family in 1841 please.

1851 census.

Name: John Smith
Age: 44
Est birth year: abt 1807
Spouse: Mary
Gender: Male
Where born: Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England

Civil parish: Chesham
County: Buckinghamshire

Street Address: Botley (Hamlet of Botley, Chesham).

Reg dis: Amersham
Sub-reg dist: Missenden
ED: 1m
John Smith 44 . Farm Lab.
Mary Smith 41 . Plait maker.
Sarah Ann Smith 19
Ann Smith 15
Willm Smith 10
Henry Smith 8
James Smith 5
Unity Smith 1

All children born Chesham.

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Old 22nd June 2010, 21:51   #2
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Re: John Smith c1807 Chesham. Bucks.

Well folks, looks like this family has beaten the best of you in 1841.

I've been searching every which way and upwards, without success. I wuz just wondering if there were any more children to be found., as the age gap between the first 3 is quite large, even if rounding was a factor.

Oh well, never mind.

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Re: John Smith c1807 Chesham. Bucks.

Hi Steve
Wild guess....
Not sure if this is your Ann Smith aged 6 yrs in 1841,
I cannot read what is written next to her name, sorry.
Living with Tompkins.
Chesham hundred of Burnham

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Re: John Smith c1807 Chesham. Bucks.

Cheers Oznan.

You'd have thought with a common name like SMITH, that they'd be coming out of the woodwork.

But no. Oh well, I suppose I'll find out eventually.

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Re: John Smith c1807 Chesham. Bucks.

Hi Steve

I have tried 1841 Census for Bucks with no luck.
Any possibility that this was a 2nd marriage ?

I will try the rest of the country later for you

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I have tried 1841 Census for Bucks with no luck.
Any possibility that this was a 2nd marriage ?

I will try the rest of the country later for you

Maddie
I don't know if it's a 2nd marriage Maddie, but I have tried searching without mothers name to no avail, and children individually.

More Smith mysteries.

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Re: John Smith c1807 Chesham. Bucks.

Hi Steve

You can now join the Smith and Jones brigade

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You can now join the Smith and Jones brigade

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I bet that group has rather a large membership, Maddie.

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