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From: "Susan Moziar" <>
Subject: 1861 Census Help - Edwin CASH
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 10:09:47 -0400
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I have S&N 1861 Census on CD but there is something wrong with the latest
Index which was just released. Names that I found on the first incomplete
index that came with the CDs could not be found with the latest index. I
have contacted S&N and they say that other people have reported the same
problem and they will send a new index....whenever that will be.
In the meantime, I have been desperately looking for my very elusive Edwin
CASH family on the 1861 Census. Somewhere there should be Edwin CASH b.
1813 in Barton Under Needwood in Staffs, Rosetta CASH b. 1848 in Brighton,
Sussex and Edwin CASH b. 1859 in London and possibly Ann CASH. Edwin CASH
ended up in the St. Pancras Workhouse in 1881.
The mother of Rosetta was Elizabeth (formerly Lansdown) CASH and she has
somehow disappeared - either died or left Edwin. The mother of Edwin CASH
jr. was Ann CASH (formerly MacDonald/McDonald). I have the birth
certificate of Edwin Cash jr. in 1859 and he was born at 4 Charlotte Street,
St. Pancras, London. I know they moved around a lot but was hoping they
would still be there in 1861. Rosetta would have only been 13 in 1861 and
would be too young to live on her own so I expect she was with her father,
It is the 1861 Census that I am particulary interested in. By 1871, Edwin
had married again to his second and possibly third wife and Rosetta was
married to George HINTON. So a different story is to be told in 1861.
I have been unable to find Edwin CASH on my set of the 1861 Census and it is
possible he was not living in London because he was a coachman. In 1851, he
was found in Brighton.
Would SKS be willing to look on Ancestry to see if they can find them? I
would be so grateful. I have had access to Ancestry and I am considering a
subscription. The access ended before the 1861 was released. I have
already forked out for my own set of the 1861 so it is rather expensive to
If they are not found, possibly they weren't registered on the Census or the
name CASH has been mistranscribed.
Finding them would would help break down some brickwalls and put me out of