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From: "Summer Rain" <>
Subject: Re: [BLACKBURN] A BIG Headache
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 14:56:28 +0100
Can't you find them in the 41 by searching for them by name? You'll
probably know that you have to be very creative sometimes with the spellings
not sure about on Ancestry but think some of the census's might be street
indexxed on some of the CD sets that are knocking around these days.
----- Original Message -----
From: "sue" <>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 1:01 AM
Subject: [BLACKBURN] A BIG Headache
> Good evening list -
> I have joined ancestry and I am looking for two families - COTTON &
> in the 1841 census - I have done the obvious with a name search but cannot
> find them - I have a marriage that states they were residing in the area
> known as the Wrangling.
> The marriage cert in 1849 say's Feilding Row for the groom and the
> for the bride.
> In 1851 they were living in Livesey Little St.
> 1861 & 1871 in Brunswick St
> 1881 in Dale St.
> 1891 in Thomas St.
> 1901 both had died but living with their daughter in Whalley Banks
> I have found the names of streets in the area thanks to Geoff Lightbown
> pointing me to the Old Maps web site - although I can't see Feilding Row
> Livesey Little Street - I assume that they are in the Wrangling area.
> My question is now is there a way to search the 1841 census by the street
> name rather than the family name? has the 1841 census been street indexed?
> Sue Cotton (ex Blackburn now Auckland NZ)
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