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Subject: Re: [Ess] Seeking to find SWAINs of Walthamstow
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 03:13:55 +0000


Jenny wrote - 1891 census as previously documented.

I don't know whether Jenny's reply was a typo or a bad transcription. The occupation of Joseph Swain should read Carpenter & Joiner.
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From: "Jenny De Angelis" <>

> Hi Robert
>
> I expect you have this 1891 census information but just in case this is what
> I found.
>
> No.9 Markhouse Road Walthamstow
> Herbert White head 30 house Decorator
> Sarah White wife
> Joseph Swain wife's brother 28 Carpenter
> Samuel S. Swain ditto 22 house decorator
> All are shown to have been born at Maidstone Kent
> The ref. for this entry is RG12 piece 1354 folio 38 page 2
>
> The 1891 shows Herbert White and Sarah again living in Pretoria Avenue,
> which is not far from Markhouse Road, Walthamstow, along with just Joseph
> Swain as a boarder aged 30 Carpenter and Joinse born Maidstone Kent.
> Ref. RG13 piece 1633 folio 99 page 2
>
> Ref RG13 piece 174 folio 110 page 16 of the 1901 census shows living in
> Islington London.
> Samuel Swain marr. 32 Painter & Paper Hanger born Maidstone
> Frances Swain wife 27 born Pemb. (Pembrokeshire but can't make out the
> place name).
> Birtie son 8mths born Highbury London.
>
> Could this be the same Samuel as you are looking for but with a second wife?
>
> Regards
> Jenny DeAngelis
> Spain.
>
>
> > I am seeking to find my SWAIN family: the only info I have on at this
> > time, is as follows:
> > Sarah Ann KEMSLEY
> > Born) 28 Sep 1867, Whitstable, Kent
> > Died) 5 Oct 1893, 28 Springfield Road, Walthamstow, Essex
> > Married) 23 Aug 1891, Parish Church, Oare, Kent
> Samuel Stephen SWAIN
> > Born) abt 1867
> > Child to the Marriage:
> > William Herbert Henry SWAIN
> > Born) 21 Jul 1892, 28 Springfield Road, Walthamstow, Essex
>
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