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James JASS = IVES

DaveHam9

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Transcribed as Jass

1851
HO107 Piece 1720 Folio 531 Page 3
Civil Parish: Princes Risborough
Eccl district: Oxford
County: Buckinghamshire
Registration District: Wycombe
Sub-RD: West Wycombe
ED: 1c
No of Schedule: 11
Address: Village of Longwick
John Bennion Head Mar 60 Publican Wendover
Sarah Bennion Wife Mar 54 Wife ... Herts
Frederick Bennion son 11 Scholar Stoke Mandeville
James Ives none Widr 60 Ag Lab Missenden
Ellis Lipscomb none Unm 18 Sawyer Longwick
 

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1841
James Ives
Event Type Census
Event Date 1841
Event Place Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, England
Residence Note Flamsted End
Gender Male
Age 40-44
Age (Original) 40
Birth Year (Estimated) 1797-1801
Birthplace Hertfordshire

Sarah Ives 1802-1806 Hertfordshire
Mary Ann Ives c1827 Hertfordshire

Page 26-Reg HO107 -Piece 444/16

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Edit-scrub he's in the 1851 census with Sarah

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It's ok thanks Ellie.

I put it here in the 'no look ups' just as an example of the quality of transcriptions.

I've been viewing some images on A... at the local library in recent weeks and surprised by the number of errors. Transcription errors of all sorts - wrong folio, or sub-RD, wrong household grouping, poor interpretation of names, occupations, pob.

There are lots were words are hard to read but there are also plenty where I can't see how the mistake could have been made.

I will work through every census record in my tree and view the image myself. It will take more than a year.

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I came to that census via Ellis Lipscombe who is in my tree and noticed the rather poor transcription of Ives.

Lipscombe family is all done and I'm not chasing Ives.

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