More research notes

Some more notes from various sources in my notebooks and on scraps of paper.  As always, spellings are as the originals, and not all of the following will be related, but I noted them down at the time as they might be.

From St. Helens, Lancashire electoral registers:

Registered at 22 Chester Lane in the 1901 register – William Harrison

At 31 Tickle Street also in 1901 – Frederick Bibby

Registered at 31 Herbert Street in the 1907 register – Thomas Pointon

Burials from St. Nicholas, Sutton, St. Helens:

18th May 1907 – Thomas Pointer of Herbert Street – 2 days old

10th October 1914 – Ellen Harrison of Chester Lane – 51 years

11th February 1914 – Elizabeth Harrison of 1 Nelson Street – 71 years

24th October 1917 – Frederick Victor Harrison of Garnet Street – 3 days

10th June 1919 – Alice Harrison of Clock Face Road – 55 years

24th November 1919 – James Harrison of 1 Parr Mill Road – 78 years

16th September 1920 – Evelyn Harrison of Nelson Street – 1 day

13th January 1927 – Thomas Pointer of Francis Street – 54 years

9th September 1930 – Frederick James Harrison of Garnet Street – 37 years

13th January 1940 – Elizabeth Harrison of Goodban Street – 77 years

26th June 1941 – Elizabeth Harrison of Mill Lane – 65 years

29th December 1943 – William Harrison of Boscow Crescent – 70 years

From the Cornwall census:

In 1841 at Creed:

James Dungey – 25 – farmer – Not born in Cornwall

Elener Dungey – 20 – Born Cornwall

Susannah Dungey – 3 – Born Cornwall

William Dungey- 16 months – Born Cornwall

James Dungey – 60 – shoe maker – Born Cornwall

 

In 1851 at Castles, Creed, Cornwall:

James Dungey – head – married – 72 – born Heland, Cornwall

James Dungey – son – married – 33 – farmer of 16 acres – born Chelsea

Elenor Dungey – wife – married – 35 – born St. Ewe, Cornwall

Wm. H Dungey – son – 10 – born Creed

Susan Dungey – dau – 12 – born St. Ewe

James Dungey – son – 8 – born St. Ewe

Charles Dungey – son – 6 – born St. Ewe

Elizth. Dungey – dau – 4 – born St. Ewe

Mary Dungey – dau – 2 – born St. Ewe

Thomas Dungey – son – 2 months – born Creed

 

 

 

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