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From: "Liz" <>
Subject: Re: [CI] Re:Mingo
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 14:44:04 +0100
References: <200509242100.j8OL02QZ003132@lists5.rootsweb.com> <003301c5c1a6$e34db620$5dcebd50@Mabel>
I have the details from the 1871 census of a Richard H. MINGO and his wife
Maria and daughter Emma E. who were all born in England but living in Herm.
The 1891 census has a family of MINGO's living in Byfleet in Surrey but who
had all been born in Herm. That is William H. MINGO and his 2 sisters Hannah
and Ellen I.
The 1901 census has William H. MINGO (as before) but now living in Byfleet.
If you would like any of the details then do let me know. (The 1851 Jersey
census also shows no MINGO family).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ann Lidstone" <>
Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2005 8:20 AM
Subject: [CI] Re:Mingo
> Dear Researchers, have any of you heard of the name Mingo in Jersey, there
> are those who swear they once saw a MINGO shop. We are aware of one family
> who were in Guernsey/Herm in the 1870s are indebted to Bob Newell for the
> details and John Fuller has the request too. The shop Mingo would likely
> be another family. This is probably the last 'seeking' I will do on the
> name in the Channel Islands.
> Sincerely Ann Lidstone.
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