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From: C J Watson <>
Subject: Re: 1841 census - GLASBY
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 08:41:51 +0100
Patricia Jorna's book 'Ellerker, a 150 Years of Church and Village', contains a
partial transcription of the 1841 census. John Glasby doesn't appear but his
parents seem to be there. There is no way of telling what constitutes one
family or houshold from the transcription, but this looks like one:
Willam GLASBY aged 50 Labourer
Elizabeth GLASBY aged 50
Batson GLASBY aged 10
John WRIGHT aged 8
Robert GLASBY aged 4
I don't think there is any name in dex for this part of Yorkshire in 1841.
GENEALOGY, EAST YORKSHIRE MUSTER ROLL (1636)
GENEALOGY EAST RIDING YORKSHIRE TAX LIST 1629
Jan Glasby wrote:
> Hi all,
> Having found John GLASBY in North Ferriby in the 1851 census (and his wife
> and children at Marfleet), I wondered where he was in 1841. This was before
> he was married so possibly he was living with his parents, William and
> Elizabeth GLASBY who were at Ellerker in 1851.
> Is there a name index for the 1841 census?