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From: "Tweetybird" <>
Subject: Re: [Notts] East Bridgford Puzzle/REPLY
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 18:52:46 -0500
I have a number of workhouses on my web site as well as schools for Home
Children. I also have some census for these houses. You might find what
your looking for there
Visit my home page for "Home Children" information
and other "world wide" links plus various passenger lists.
Hart, Haslip, Jackson, Stevens, Little, Budge,
Chipman, Welch, Russell, Johns & Glover
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Burton" <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 4:25 PM
Subject: [Notts] East Bridgford Puzzle
Thanks to Canada Jayne - what would we do without her - I have an
ancestor aged 12yrs on the 1841 Census in East Bridgford in company with
many other young people, ranging from 10 - 20yrs old, in some sort of school
or institution. Many are listed as MS for males and FS for females (we
wonder about Male & Female students) as well as other trades & professions
i.e. Farmer, Schoolmistress, Brick makers & Ag Lab's.
Can anyone please shed some light on where this School/institution was
and/or its purpose?
Tony R Burton. Scotland.
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