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Abducted by Aliens?

Littlemo

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Hi All,
As Iv"e mentioned in another Post on here, I can"t find my Relie"s The Burrows Family in the 1901 Census. I have them in 1891 & 1911, but 1901 they seem to have been Abducted.:confused: Can anyone think of a reason why a Family if at least 7 People would not appear? According to what I have found from the Free BMD Site, William and Mary Jane Burrows had the following children: Sarah b 1889 in Leigh, Ann b 1891 in Leigh, Albert b 1893 in Leigh, Mary b 1897 in Prescot, Henrietta b 1899 in Earlestown (Warrington) and then Martha Ann b 1902 in Prescot,William b 1905 in West Derby Gladys b 1907 Leigh and Ethel b 1910 in Leigh, so it"s not as if they could have left the Country with that Tribe of Kids :eek:
William was a Miner so it sounds to me that he was moving from Pit to Pit, so why can"t I find them?:(
I would be grateful for any thoughts at all on this ,before my Sanity is severely Impaired:eek:
Littlemo xx
 

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Hi Littlemo

I have had a good look and found a Barrow family but the Head of household William was a cotton winder.

Where were William and Mary Jane born?

Ben
 

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Hi Littlemo

I have had a good look and found a Barrow family but the Head of household William was a cotton winder.

Where were William and Mary Jane born?

Ben
Hi Ben, Thanks a lot for getting back so quick, Mary Jane was born in Haydock in Sept 1868 and William in Abram Nr. Wigan (Ithink) in 1871
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Hi Mo,
I had the pleasure of looking for Burrows in my tree. Transcribed as Barrass/Burroughs etc., so I can see your plight.
It is possibly transcription errors.

Don't panic, they are there somewhere.

Steve.:)
 

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Hi Mo,
I had the pleasure of looking for Burrows in my tree. Transcribed as Barrass/Burroughs etc., so I can see your plight.
It is possibly transcription errors.

Don't panic, they are there somewhere.

Steve.:)
Cheers Steve, I can always rely on you to Cheer me up:biggrin: I will try those 2 Surnames see what I get.

Luv, Mo xx
PS. Am in 7th Heaven watching Paxo on Newsnight his Sneering Supercillious Disdain at the MPs Expenses Claims is a Joy to Behold >:D
 

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Cheers Steve, I can always rely on you to Cheer me up:biggrin: I will try those 2 Surnames see what I get.

Luv, Mo xx
PS. Am in 7th Heaven watching Paxo on Newsnight his Sneering Supercillious Disdain at the MPs Expenses Claims is a Joy to Behold >:D
Hi Mo,
Don't get the chance to see Paxo destroying MP's here in Ireland. Wiill have to have a look at BBC iplayer.


Have you tried a search with all the details, but leaving out the surnames.

It's worth a try.

Steve.:)
 
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