Henry Hart 1870-Deceased and Harriet Flowers 1873-Deceased

Published: November 24, 2005    Last modified: November 4, 2016

My transcription of the England and Wales Census 1901 return for the household of my gg grandmother Harriet FLOWERS (née Harriet LAW 1837-1903) records the following:

FHJ Ref: 028
Census: England and Wales Census 1901
Place: 32 Burton Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Household: Harriet Flowers

SURNAMEFIRST NAME(S)RELSTATUSSEXAGEOCCUPATIONWHERE BORNREMARKS
FlowersHarrietHeadWidowFemale64Sheffield, Yorkshire
FlowersGeorgeSonSingleMale21File CutterSheffield, Yorkshire
HartHarrietDaughterFemale27Sheffield, Yorkshire
HartHenrySon-in-LawMale31Bricklayer's LabourerNot Known, Norfolk
HartWilliamGrandsonMale4Not Known, NorfolkBlind after...
HartSarahGranddaughterFemale4Sheffield, Yorkshire

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I have added these details to my GEDCOM.

Despite several hours searching, I have been unable to find records of a marriage between Harriet HART (née Harriet Flowers 1873-Deceased) and Henry HART 1870-Deceased.

Updates:
2007-03-13 Eventually I did find a record of a marriage between Harriet HART (née Harriet Flowers 1873-Deceased) and Henry HART 1870-Deceased. To read an update to this post please click here.

Old Comments:

Hart family Norfolk
Submitted by judith on Sun, 2006-03-12 14:43

Don't know if this ties into your family anywhere but my 4xgreat grandfather was a bricklayer in the North Walsham area of Norfolk as was his father & grandfather. He was Philip Hart bpt 1787 married to Mary Barber. His granddaughter Sarah Jane Hart (my gg grandmother) moved to County Durham in the 1860's.
Judith

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