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Subject: Re: [LAN] Death Certificates
Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 23:28:45 +1000
I am having the same fun.
First, see if they are in the next census (1871). If they are, then try the census after that
(1881). From these censuses, you should pick up any children as well. You may find they've shifted
house on you a few times (just to confuse the issue).
You will have to find the last child born. then a census that he is NOT on. This will give you years
between which to look.
Eg. I have Sarah ROGERS, her last child (that I've found) was born in 1864. She is not on the 1881
census. Her husband is listed as Widower. Her last child is with him. So I know she died between
1864 and 1881. I am now trying to find her on the 1871 census to narrow down the search. If she is
on the 1871 census then I will know that she died between 1871 and 1881. If she is not on the 1871
census, I will know that she died between 1864 and 1871, narrowing the search further.
Hope this helps.
"He's not dead..he's electroencephalographically challenged."
WAINE, WINTER, COLINDRIDGE - Buckinghamshire
TWEMLOW, CORBISHLEY, ROGERS, PUGH - Cheshire
TWEMLOW, ROGERS - Liverpool
WAINE, CARTER, ATFIELD/ATTFIELD - Oxford, Sussex, Surrey
----- Original Message -----
From: "Buck Taylor" <>
Sent: Sunday, May 19, 2002 8:19 PM
Subject: [LAN] Death Certificates
Hi, Could any member advise me on my next step ? I have a James Taylor marrying Ellen Hayfield in
1864 and also have their birth certificates. I wish to find the death cert of James but I don't
know when he died. I have tried FRC for Taylor deaths in Manchester but there are far too many to
research. Any ideas would be welcome.
Regards Buck Taylor
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