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From: Anne Peat <>
Subject: Re: [LON] 1851 - 1891 Look-up please
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 16:13:53 +0000
This is a possibility for Charles in 1841
1841 England Census
about Chas Stedman
Name: Chas Stedman
Estimated birth year: abt 1818
Household: View other family members
Where born: Middlesex, England
Civil parish: St Clement Danes
Street address: 41 Stanhope St.
Source information: HO107/731/5
Registration district: Strand
Sub-registration district: St Clement Danes
ED, institution, or vessel: 8A
Line number: 20
What was his father John's wife called?
This might help to find him in later ones.
On 2 Jan 2007, at 03:19, Sheila Tutton wrote:
> Can anyone help please? I am looking for
> GEORGE STEEDNAM
> I have him on the 1841 aged 15 living Kilburn born in the County
> I also have his death. on Free BDM
> George STEEDNAM 69 B. Stortford 3a 357 Mar Q 1895
> But where was he between these dates.
> I am also looking for his brother CHARLES STEEDNAM born ? not at home
> but mentioned in his fathers will 1843.
> The family has always been recorded as STEEDNAM /STEDNAM except on one
> occasion when his father John was buried at St Johns Hampstead as
> in 1843
> There are no STEEDNAMS on the IGI or 1881 so how do I proceed back any
> more.All those on the Free BDM are mine and I have George & Charles
> on the 1851/61 and their parents marriage at St Georges Hanover Sq in
> Any help or suggestions very much appreciated. I would love to knock
> down a
> few bricks in 2007
> Happy New Year and good luck to everyone
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Judy Lester" <>
> To: "Larry Hewitt" <>; "London mailing list"
> Cc: "John Sanderson" <>; "dkwallace"
> Sent: Monday, January 01, 2007 11:58 AM
> Subject: Re: [LON] !831 Census
>> In Marylebone in 1831, the return for each dwelling lists the number
>> males (no names) in each of the following categories:
>> * employed in agriculture
>> * employed in manufacture or in manufacturing machinery
>> * employed in retail trade or in handicraft
>> * wholesale merchants, bankers, professional or other educated
>> * labourers not employed in agriculture
>> * others not included above (e.g. retired tradesmen, superannuated
>> labourers, disabled, insane)
>> * household servants
>> So if there is only one family in the house you may be able to deduce
>> something useful. If it is a multi-occupancy dwelling it is much
>> Please note the comments above apply only to Marylebone. Early
>> other districts may be arranged differently.
>> If you or anyone else would like a full list of the column headings
>> the 1821 and 1831 Marylebone censuses, please contact me off list.
>> London, UK
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Larry Hewitt" <>
>> To: "London mailing list" <>
>> Cc: "John Sanderson" <>; "dkwallace"
>> Sent: Monday, January 01, 2007 12:42 AM
>> Subject: [LON] !831 Census
>>> Hello List: Can anyone advise me if the "occupation" is listed for
>>> Head of the family, in the Marylebone 1831 census. Many thanks to all
>>> that reply.
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