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From: "Angela Phillips" <>
Subject: Re: 1891 Census
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2003 18:27:30 +1000
Hello Ian, Diane & All,
I have access to the 1891 Census for Clavering in Essex, being my pet
project, which covers 443 Males and 468 Females, 911 individuals.
I have not yet thought about doing a Surname Index, should I ???
Has it already been done ? .... it will save me a huge headache if so.
I am quite happy to do look ups though.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian Hunter" <>
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2003 6:08 PM
Subject: RE: 1891 Census
> To my mind, if the person co-ordinating Essex can't be bothered to some
> himself - why should I?
> Ian Pubby Hunter
> Tiptree, Essex
> Essex Pubs at: http://www.essexpubs.net
> I use Archive CD Books to help with my research
> -----Original Message-----
> From: diane lord [mailto:]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 11:52 PM
> Subject: 1891 Census
> Hi List-Members!
> Quite new to this Hobby, I stumbled over the following project today:
> so excited I had a look at the stats page for Essex:
> only to find that nothing is there yet. I only just ordered the fiche for
> 1891 Census for Tendring (RG12/1402 Harwich & Dovercourt) today at my FHC
here in Bremerhaven,......................<<<
> Are there any volenteers on this list willing to get a start on things and
> slowly help fill that stats page? Or any people who have already made
> transcriptions of parts of Essex who would share there results with the
> Just a thought, you don't have to volunteer of course, but even if you
> do much every little helps.
> Greetings from Germany
> Diane Lord
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