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GREEN family in Bristol

DaveHam9

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Marriages Mar 1851
Green Thomas Clifton 11 326
Lewton Elizabeth Clifton 11 326

Thomas GREEN & Elizabeth LEWTON
Marriage: 24 Mar 1851 Saint George, Bristol, Gloucester

1851
Civil Parish: Bristol St. George
County: Gloucestershire
RD:
Sub-RD: Ashley
Thomas Green Head 21 Carpenter Bitton
Elizabeth Wife 22 Cordwainer Siston

I'd like the census ref for that one please and the RD and a look up for the family in 1861.

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1851:
RD: Clifton; ED: 1P; HO107; Piece: 1953; Folio: 567; Page: 6

1861:
Civil Parish: Bristol St Philip and St Jacob
Ecclesiastical parish: St Luke
County: Gloucestershire
RD: Clifton
Sub-RD: St Philip and Jacob
ED: 18; RG 9; Piece: 1736; Folio: 56; Page: 9

Thomas Green 31 [b. Bitton. Carpenter & Joiner]
Elizabeth Green 30 wife [b. Siston. Childs shoemaker]
John Green 8 son [b. St Georges]
Aaron Green 6 son [b. Bristol]
Thomas E Green 4 son [do]
George U Green 1 son [do]
Richard Dickenson 23 lodger
Job Green 33 lodger
Ruth Green 19 sister

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1861 19 Victoria Street, Bristol
Thomas Green Head Married Male 31 1830 Carpenter & Joiner Bitton, Gloucestershire, England
Elizabeth Green Wife Married Female 30 1831 Childs Shoe Maker Siston, Gloucestershire, England
John Green Son - Male 8 1853 Scholar St George, Gloucestershire, England
Aaron Green Son - Male 6 1855 Scholar Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Thomas E Green Son - Male 4 1857 Scholar Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
George A Green Son - Male 1 1860 - Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Richard Dickenson Lodger Unmarried Male 23 1838 Cooper St George, Gloucestershire, Englandn
Job Green Lodger Unmarried Male 33 1828 Blacksmith Bitton, Gloucestershire, England
Ruth Green Sister Unmarried Female 19 1842 Milliner Bitton, Gloucestershire, England
Census details

1736 56 9

1851

1953 567 6
 

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Thanks Geoff.

I think born Siston rules that Elizabeth out as being one of mine.

Thanks Barbara. :)

Dave

This random problem with my monitor is driving me crazy. I don't want to buy a new monitor. This custom self-built 7 year old desktop system will probably be replaced within a year. I am surprised it has lasted so long. Nothing has been replaced.
 

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Thanks Geoff.

I think born Siston rules that Elizabeth out as being one of mine.

Thanks Barbara. :)

Dave

This random problem with my monitor is driving me crazy. I don't want to buy a new monitor. This custom self-built 7 year old desktop system will probably be replaced within a year. I am surprised it has lasted so long. Nothing has been replaced.
Hmmmmmm... what about a used one, short term?
 

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Same father's name Aaron ...

name: Thomas Green
event: MARRIAGE
event date: 24 Mar 1851
event place: Bristol, St George, Gloucestershire, England
gender: Male
age:
christening date:
marriage date:
marital status: Single
burial date:
father: John Green
mother:
spouse: Elizabeth Lewton
spouse's marital status: Single
spouse's father: Aaron Lewton
spouse's mother:
film number: 4194190
digital folder number: 4194190
image number: 00207

... but there are several of them and not just these two:

Aaron LUTON - Batch C008412 Siston, Siston, Gloucester
c. 19 Aug 1798 - William & Sarah
c. 25 Nov 1798 - Aaron & Martha
 

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Hmmmmmm... what about a used one, short term?
I've read where there is a 'fix' to the problem by using a soldering iron to remove some connections on the circuit board of the monitor control panel locking the settings in as they are and making the on/off switch always on.

I have a soldering iron but I can't get the back of the monitor off. :biggrin: No screws or anything. Glued or snapped together ???
 

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I've read where there is a 'fix' to the problem by using a soldering iron to remove some connections on the circuit board of the monitor control panel locking the settings in as they are and making the on/off switch always on.

I have a soldering iron but I can't get the back of the monitor off. :biggrin: No screws or anything. Glued or snapped together ???
Not sure what the cost of used monitors are across there (must be cheap if your pc is around 7y old, assuming there are some left :2fun:) very cheap here, range from about 10-15 GBP..
 

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