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Thomas Stallwood Wingrove. 1832, West Wycombe, Bucks.

p.risboy

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...........married Susan Ives, 1853, West Wycombe, Bucks.

Susan Wingrove,(nee Ives), b1832, Hughenden, Bucks.

Children(up to 1860)

William, 1853, High Wycombe.
Alfred Thomas, 1855, Lambeth.
Sarah Ann, 1856, Lambeth.
Emily, 1860, Lambeth.

Where are they in the 1861 census please.

That's all I need to complete the family.(y)

Thanks.

Steve.:)

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You probably have this, Emily and 2 sisters baptised together.. Occ = Tailor, address looks like 31 Glocester[sic] St.

London, C of E Births and Baptisms, 1813-1917:
Emily Wingrove
Baptism Date: 15 Jul 1860
Place: South Lambeth St Barnabas, Lambeth
Parents = Thomas Wingrove & Susan Wingrove

At least they look as though they should be in the area in 1861, given they are in St George's in 1871

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They had 3 other children during the 1860's all registered at St George Hanover Square so I assume that they were still living in the area.
John Wingrove 1862
Miriam Helen Wingrove 1865
Alice Wingrove 1867




 

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