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John & Ann YOUNGMAN Worcester

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Hello,

I'd like a look up please for the following YOUNGMAN family in Worcester in 1851.

John b. 1827 Kidderminster
Ann Emma b. 1827 Kidderminster
Henry b. Mar Q 1849 Kidderminster
Emma b. Dec Q 1850 Kidderminster
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Edward b. Dec Q 1851 Kidderminster

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John YOUNGMAN Spouse: Ann Emma ROLLINGS
Marriage: 13 Feb 1848 Kidderminster

Ann Emma RAWLINS c. 10 Nov 1827 Kidderminster - Thomas & Ann

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Joseph YOUNGMAN Spouse: Susan HAMPTON
Marriage: 10 Oct 1826 Kidderminster

Thanks.

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Hi Dave,
Here they are.

HO107/2038/F575/p26

Constitution Hill, Kidderminster

John Youngman 23 Head Hand loom Weaver of Carpets Kidderminster
Emma 23 Wife Kidderminster
Henry 2 Son Kidderminster
Emma 7m Dau Kidderminster

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Hello Emeltee,

Thank you very much. They had left for Australia so they won't be in the 1861 but I'm wondering if you can find Ann Emma in 1841 with her parents please:

The name could be RAWLINS / ROLLINS/ ROLLINGS or similar:

Thomas
Ann
Ann E (or Emma) b. 1827 Kidderminster
Sarah b. 1830 Kidderminster
George b. 1836 Kidderminster


This looks like the marriage:
Thomas ROLLINGS Spouse: Ann TAFF
Marriage: 20 Oct 1826 Kidderminster


Thanks.

Regards,

Dave
 
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Hi Dave,
This looks like the family in 1841

HO107/1208/F5/p1

George Street, Kidderminster

John Rollings 45 Carpet Weaver Journeyman
Susannah 45
Lydia 20 Assistant
Emma 15 Worsted Winder
Robert 13 Draw Boy
Alfred 12 draw Boy
George 9
Edwin 9
All born in county

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Hello Emeltee,

Thanks for looking. I may have confused you with the two sets of parents.

Ann Emma's (born 1827) parents should be Thomas ROLLINS and Ann TAFF who married 20 Oct 1826 Kidderminster.


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John's (born abt 1827) parents should be Joseph YOUNGMAN and Susan HAMPTON who married 10 Oct 1826 Kidderminster.

I think I have the correct marriages for both families.

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Hi Dave

This could be Thomas & Ann in 1841 with a daughter Emma.

1841 U.K census
C.P: Kidderminster
Hundred: Kidderminster
County: Worcestershire
Address: Silver Hill

ROLLINGS Thomas, 1801 age 40 Carpet Weaver Worcestershire
ROLLINGS Ann, 1806 age 35 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS Emma, 1827 age 14 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS Thomas, 1829 age 12 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS Sarah, 1831 age 10 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS John, 1833 age 8 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS William, 1835 age 6 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS George, 1837 age 4 Worcestershire
ROLLINGS Alfred, 1839 age 2 Worcestershire

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Hello Emeltee,

Thanks for looking. It's possible the RAWLINS could be listed under any of five or more variations of the name.

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Hello crankypants,

Thank you very much. That looks like the family with the carpet weaver as head.

Regards,

Dave
 
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