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stgiles_noke
25-10-2004, 8:20 AM
I wonder if anyone who has access to the 1861 could kindly check the following for me.

I am seeking Isabella Mould (aged 72), her daughter Eleanor (aged 48) and granddaughter Elizabeth.

In the 1851 census they were living at Brickyard Cottage, Slake Row, Westoe, South Shields.

I'd be very grateful for any help.
Best wishes, Anne Johnson

babilula
19-11-2004, 10:44 PM
Hi, Just to let you know that the likely reason that you haven't got any replies is probably that there is no surname index for this census, so it's a question of trawling thru for names. I am at present looking for some of mine and it's a vey long job! Ill be lucky if I get thru this in 12 months!! Of course if someone out there knows different and there is an index..... LET ME KNOW TOO!!!

smallthings
19-11-2004, 10:51 PM
1861 CENSUS INDEXES - COUNTY DURHAM (http://www.parishchest.com/shop/index.php?cmd=listlinkeditems&cat=D2113&supplier=&breadcrumb=Family+History+Societies%2C+etc.%3ANort humberland+%26+Durham+F.H.S.:1861+Census+Indexes+% 28Fiche%29+-+County+Durham)
MS430.......Index to 1861 Census, Part of Monkwearmouth Shore & Fulwell
(PRO piece RG9/3784)............................................. .................................................. .......... 2 fiche B 3.00 3.40
MS432.......Index to 1861 Census, Part of Monkwearmouth Shore
(PRO piece RG9/3783-3784)............................................. .............................................. 3 fiche B 4.00 4.40
*61DUR1...... Index to 1861 Census, South Shields, Westoe (PRO piece RG9/2786)................ 2 fiche B 3.00 3.40
*61DUR2...... Index to 1861 Census, South Shields, Westoe (PRO piece RG9/2785)................ 1 fiche B 2.00 2.40

Jan

babilula
19-11-2004, 10:55 PM
Thanks for that Jan. I shall have a look at their site now. An index for Monkwearmouth would be a godsend!

stgiles_noke
19-11-2004, 11:11 PM
Thank you very much for that lead - I'll certainly follow it up.
Many thanks, Anne Johnson

smallthings
15-07-2005, 9:25 AM
Hi there

Are you still searching for this family? I think I've found them in 1851.

Jan