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From: "Ken Boyce" <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] Wainwright 1871 Lookup and murder case info requests,
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 16:00:58 -0700
References: <200407151808.i6FI8hQR022542@lists5.rootsweb.com> <BAY22-DAV178PJI5RxG00085eca@hotmail.com>
Here is the problem
An overall search of the online classic maps and street indexes for St Ann's
Road returns the following refs
St Ann's Road (13,20) 1862 Stanford Map
St Ann's Road (16,2) 1862 Stanford Map
St Anns Road (2) (22,12) 1862 Stanford Map
St Ann's Road (26,6) 1862 Stanford Map
St Anns Road, Battersea, WANDSWORTH 1881 PRO Index
St Ann's Road, Hammersmith 1888
St Anns Road, Kennington, LAMBETH 1881 PRO Index
St Anns Road, St Luke, MILE END OLD TOWN 1862 Webb Vict. Lon.
St Anns Road, Wandsworth, WANDSWORTH 1881 PRO Index
A manual search located eleven more listed throughout the London area in the
Dickinson Index and I made no attempt to manually search the 28 separate
street indexes in the London 1871 Census (the Windows search engine is
somewhat useless for use with these indexes)
As you can see from the above you need to be more specific - the 1881 will
give you the Civil Reg Dist in which the address is located
British Columbia Canada
----- Original Message -----
From: "Anthony Leboucq" <>
Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2004 2:02 PM
Subject: [Lon] Wainwright 1871 Lookup and murder case info requests,
> Hi Listers,
> Could SKS look up the 1871 census and tell me if Henry John WAINWRIGHT,
> journeyman / ironmonger, was already dwelling with his family 30 St Anns
> Road in London.
> Household should be :
> Sarah WAINWRIGHT, wife, (ca1831-?)
> Henrietta WAINWRIGHT, daur (ca1855-?) my ancestor branch
> Harry WAINWRIGHT. son (ca1866-?)
> James, WAINWRIGHT son (ca1869-?)
> The address is the one given by the 1881 census. But at the time, Henry at
> passed and Sarah was the head.
> I am interesting in Henrietta's age because, ages given on the 1881 census
> and her marriage record in 1884 are different.
> I was wondering if there would be any child between Henrietta (1855) and
> Harry (1866). I am especially looking for possible connections with Henry
> and Thomas WAINWRIGHT.
> Finally, before the end of the trial period of the online Times archives,
> found some articles about a suspected murder in Whitechapel, -on
> Road in the 1880's I think-. Henry and Thomas WAINWRIGHT were the
> Unfortunately, I did not save any and cannot access the archives anymore.
> Does any one of you have any data/info about this case?
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