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  1. Thread: 1911 census

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    If you hover over the green strip a box pops up...

    If you hover over the green strip a box pops up with the address printed.
  2. Thread: 1911 census

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    Hi Pamela, I've just checked a few and all had...

    Hi Pamela,

    I've just checked a few and all had the green strip. It makes no sense as as you say the address is visible on the transcription, also I could read the address under the green strip.
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    Hi Susan, The suggestions Phillip has made are...

    Hi Susan,

    The suggestions Phillip has made are good advice. I do think it would be advantageous for you to contact Denione as if she has had her DNA tested you can compare yours with hers.
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    Hi Susan, I think you need to spend some time...

    Hi Susan,

    I think you need to spend some time scrutinising your DNA contact's tree. Could it be someone else, not Amelia Woolf, in his family tree with whom you share DNA?

    I realise it's...
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    The above is the death registration for Hyam...

    The above is the death registration for Hyam Isaacs, the greengrocer, he was 78 when he died in 1849 which means he was born about 1771.

    There is this christening for Hyam Isaacs which suggests he...
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    Hi Susan, It appears you've misunderstood the...

    Hi Susan,

    It appears you've misunderstood the information entered for parish register christenings.

    The column headed "quality, trade or profession" is asking for the occupation of the father...
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    Yes, Phillip, My thoughts: they are great finds,...

    Yes, Phillip, My thoughts: they are great finds, well done. I'll see if I am able to add anything later.

    I did find a birth registration on the GRO last night for Mary Ann Isaacs, MMN Gable.
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    No Phillip, I don't think you've missed any data,...

    No Phillip, I don't think you've missed any data, I too have searched for James in the census after 1851 and didn't find him, Sarah or the children. I looked at Ancestry, FMP and The Genealogist. ...
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    Hi Phillip, they do seem likely to be James...

    Hi Phillip, they do seem likely to be James Isaacs the coachman's children, don't they? I wish I could make out the street name on Janes baptism, it looks like Slater St but that street doesn't seem...
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    Hi Susan, Like Phillip I too have my doubts...

    Hi Susan,

    Like Phillip I too have my doubts re: Hyram Isaacs and Amelia Woolf being your ancestors, my reasons are the same as Phillips.
    James Isaacs describes his father as a greengrocer on his...
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    Phillip, there's a probable 1841 census for Sarah...

    Phillip, there's a probable 1841 census for Sarah Gable with William a silk weaver, also a Matilda.

    Carter St, Bethnal Green. HO107; Piece: 694; Book: 7; Folio: 9; Page: 9

    William Gable 45;...
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    Apart from the 1857 removal order, Phillip, no I...

    Apart from the 1857 removal order, Phillip, no I don't think we have.
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    Hi Phillip, I found these marriages. Henry...

    Hi Phillip,

    I found these marriages.
    Henry Isaacs/Jane Garrett, Jul 9th 1877, Bethnal Green, Henry a fish salesman, his father James a fish salesman. A witness was James Lewis

    Samuel...
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    Hi Phillip, the witnesses again were Henry and...

    Hi Phillip, the witnesses again were Henry and Frances Common.
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    Hi Phillip, I think it most likely that Zose is...

    Hi Phillip, I think it most likely that Zose is the name on Hyam Isaacs death certificate (1849). I agree with you, he may or may not be a sibling of James as that is unproven for now.
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    1861, 10. Tenter St. RG 9; Piece: 266; Folio:...

    1861, 10. Tenter St. RG 9; Piece: 266; Folio: 168; Page: 5;
    All born Spitalfields.
    Ebenezer Isaacs 47, general dealer
    Louisa Isaacs 44, general dealer
    Elizabeth Isaacs 27, ladies hairdresser...
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    Hi Phillip, this 1851 census seems to be Zose...

    Hi Phillip, this 1851 census seems to be Zose Isaacs. This is how Ancestry have transcribed it.

    10, Tenter St, Christchurch Spitalfields. HO107; Piece: 1543; Folio: 682; Page: 5
    Luice [sic] born...
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    That marriage too is on Ancestry. Aug 15th...

    That marriage too is on Ancestry.

    Aug 15th 1860, Church of St John, Clerkenwell.
    James Hyde 42, bachelor, photo??? artist, 61, Allerton St, Shoreditch, father James Hyde, tailor.
    Caroline Bilson...
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    Hi Helachau, The marriage is on Ancestry. ...

    Hi Helachau,

    The marriage is on Ancestry.

    July 1872 at The Parish Church Bethnal Green
    William is full age, bachelor, warehouseman, 4, Queens Sq, father James Hyde, gentleman.
    Mary Ann Saint,...
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    Hi Phillip, I hope you didn't think I was...

    Hi Phillip,

    I hope you didn't think I was correcting your spelling of Catherine/ Catharine as I was just highlighting how the name was indexed on FreeBMD.

    Yes, I think we've reached the end of...
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    I fully agree, Phillip. I've seen some of the...

    I fully agree, Phillip.

    I've seen some of the family trees on Ancestry and it's clear the tree owners have mixed up the two Hyam Isaacs.
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    Hi Phillip, Catherine was 88yrs. She is entered...

    Hi Phillip, Catherine was 88yrs. She is entered as CathArine

    Deaths Dec 1868, Whitechapel 1c 254, Isaacs Catharine, age 88



    The death records.
    ISAACS, JANE Age 2
    GRO Reference: 1860 ...
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    Julia with her parents and siblings. 1861, RG...

    Julia with her parents and siblings.

    1861, RG 9; Piece: 2960; Folio: 29; Page: 18;
    James Wigmore, porter general, Ireland
    Bridget Wigmore 50, hawker, Ireland
    Margaret Wigmore 15, hawker,...
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    Hello Mavis and welcome to the British Genealogy...

    Hello Mavis and welcome to the British Genealogy Forums.

    I cannot help you with how old Sarah was when she went to St Joseph's Industrial School or the years she spent in France. However, I would...
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    Hi Phillip, Unfortunately, I cannot make out...

    Hi Phillip,

    Unfortunately, I cannot make out the first name of the informant on Hyam's death certificate, the first letter could be T, I or J followed by either u or ee next is either one s or a...
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