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From: Anne Chambers <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] Hopefully, Lookup- 1871 Census ? more info
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 08:21:48 +0930
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It just occurred to me to look on the next page...and there I found 8
Horsely St contd.
Livenia Bennett daur 3 months Surrey Newington...might that be'Nellie' ?

Plus another family, Thomas JENKINS head, wife & two children
so they may not be yours :-(

Anne

> this might be them - two households living together ([perhaps Susannah
> is mother-in-law, but it usually says so)
> RG10/618/140/18
> 8 Horsely Street, St Mary Newington
> Elizabeth Bennett M 20 wife St James, Surrey, England Wife St
> Mary Newington London
> Frederic Bennett M 21 headNewington, Surrey, England Head St Mary
> Newington London Hawker
> William Bennett 2 son Newington, Surrey, England Son St Mary
> Newington London
> Susannah Street W 61 head Bermondsey, Surrey, England Head St Mary
> Newington London Mangle Woman

Image sent separately
Anne
South australia

Dorothy E. Morris wrote:
> Hello to all the Kind Souls who so willingly do lookups. I am wondering if
> this would be possible.? I am trying to locate ANYTHING on:
>
> Frederick Charles BENNETT -
> wife - Elizabeth ? they married in 1968, Parish St. Paul's St. Mary Newington
> Surrey.
> Believed to have had children;
> William Charles, Nellie, Mary, Christine, Ethel Florence.
> I am sure that if they turn up on the 1871, there would only be a possibility
> that two of the children would be listed.
>
> Note: Ethel Florence BENNETT b. c 1890 marr. John MATTHEWS at St.
> Mary Newington, Surrey, so possibly they did not move from this general area.
>
> MANY thanks for any help for this "Senior" geany,
> Dorothy E. Morris
> Whitby On. Canada.
> Have A Great Day!
>
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