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George & Eliza SLAUGHTER in Kent

Hi Dave

Found this George, might not be yours, so I hope this helps someone else out.

Image clearly shows SLAUGHTER

1841 U.K census
C.P: Halstead
Hundred: Codsheath
R.D: Sevenoaks
County: Kent

HAUGHT George 1811 age 30 Baker Kent
HAUGHT Elizabeth 1816 age 25 Kent
HAUGHT Ann 1839 age 2 Kent

cheers
crankypants
 
Hello crankypants,

Thanks for looking. It's hard to know because I have no daughter Ann listed for them in my tree.

Regards,

Dave
 
Hello crankypants,

I don't know if George & Eliza also came to Australia. Not many of the SLAUGHTERs can be found in the shipping records. Please see if you can find George & Eliza in 1851.

Thanks.

Dave
 
Hi Dave

The only SLAUGHTER family I could find is the same family I mentioned under HAUGHT in the 1841 census. George is a Baker & Grocer with wife Elizabeth & 4 children in 1851.

Is it possible George & Eliza came out to Australia before 1841??

cheers
crankypants
 
Hello crankypants,

Thanks for looking. I don't know that a George & Eliza did come to Australia. I was trying to prove by finding them in the census that they didn't since so few of the ones I know did come can't be found in shipping records. Is that a circular argument?

"In logic, an argument is a set of one or more meaningful declarative sentences (or "propositions") known as the premises along with another meaningful..." :D

"Begging the question is related to the fallacy known as circular argument, circulus in probando..." :D

Regards,

Dave
 
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