• Family History UK policy on the posting of census transcriptions:

    British Census images and data are Crown Copyright.

    The National Archives has relinquished Crown Copyright on documents within its control provided certain conditions are met. Basically you must ensure that the information is accurate, in context and you are required to include
    (a) an acknowledgement that the record is in the care of TNA
    (b) the full reference of the document.

    Where you have posted information that is Crown Copyright, you MUST add the following statement:
    "This information Crown Copyright and is from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk"

    For complete guidance, please view the Copyright statement from The National Archives at: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/legal/copyright.htm

    You MUST also ensure you remove any details that identify the transcription as being from a particular subscription site,
    and you MUST ensure that by posting transcriptions that you personally do not break any licence agreements or any terms of use set by other organisation's or subscription sites.

    Please report all Copyright Infringements to:
    Forum Moderator or Admin or directly to via our contact form.
  • All members must be aware of our current Family History UK Community Rules

    Please read the following:

    Read the current rules of the forum

    Thank you

    If you are a business -please contact us to advertise or be a sponsor on our FHUK Community Genealogy forums

John & William SHEDDEN


Loyal Member
Staff member
Piece 676 Folio 0 Page 14
Registration District: Cockpen
Civil Parish: Cockpen
County: Midlothian
Roll: CSSCT1861_
Address: No 25 Gowkshill
SHEDDEN Charles Head 60 Coal Miner ? Dollar Clackmannanshire ?
SHEDDEN Charles Son 24 Coal Miner Liberton Midlothian
SHEDDEN John Son 18 Coal Miner Lasswade Midlothian
SHEDDEN William Son 16 Coal Miner Lasswade Midlothian

SHEDDEN Margret Visitor 20 Joiners Wife Lasswade Midlothian

Looking for John and William in 1871 and later census. So far I can't find deaths that fit.


Last edited:

Similar threads