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From: "Caron and Roy" <>
Subject: [Ess] Mary Ann Sutton
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 13:41:03 +1200
I couldn,t resist having a look for your Mary Ann Sutton who was supposed to be in Prittlewell in 1891.
My Jemson,s were from Prittlewell so I like to find out as much as I can about the people who came from there.
Anyway, there is an ELIZABETH SUTTON who was a servant with the WARBURTON family on the 1891 census for the parish of Prittlewell in the district of Southend. They were at 4 Richmond Villas. WILLIAM WARBURTON was a Leiutenant.H.M.R. Engineers. ELIZABETH SUTTON was 16 years old and born Essex, Shoebury.
The reference for this entry is RG12/1391, Page 41. I know you said her name was Mary but of course she could have been baptised Elizabeth Mary or something similar.
A little tip when researching the census. I have found quite a few entries for my families by just putting in surname and place. This brings up quite a few entries that I may have otherwise missed. I sometimes search by just putting in the first name and the place, have also found a couple of my ancestors names who have been transcribed wrong. For example, I couldn,t find one of my Jemson families and tried everything I could think of and couldn,t find them. Finally I tried a first name search only with place and found the family listed as Imson which is nothing like Jemson.
Anyway, hope this may be of some help.
Researching JEMSON AND MURRELL FROM PRITTLEWELL AND SOUTHEND.