Thomas Rosewarne 1823-1895 and Emily Rosewarne 1832-Deceased: Census 1871: Transcription

Published: November 29, 2005    Last modified: November 14, 2016

My transcription of the England and Wales Census 1871 for the household of one Thomas ROSEWARNE 1823-1895 reveals the younger Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944 age 6 years.

FHJ Ref: 027
Census: England and Wales Census 1871
Place: 115 King Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Household: Thomas Rosewarne

SURNAMEFIRST NAME(S)RELSTATUSSEXAGEOCCUPATIONWHERE BORNREMARKS
RosewarneThomasHeadMarriedMale47
RosewarneEmilyWifeMarriedFemale39
RosewarneCharlesSonSingleMale15
RosewarneHenry RichardSonSingleMale12
RosewarneEdwardSonSingleMale10
RosewarneEmilyDaughterSingleFemale6

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Despite many hours research I am still to find a marriage for Thomas ROSEWARNE 1823-1895 and Emily ROSEWARNE and therefore unable to provide a maiden name for Emily, the wife of Thomas.

I recall my mother saying there are additional children to document over and above those recorded in the Census return.

Notes:
King Street is still shown on the current map of Sheffield though I doubt this is the same King Street referred to in this census return.

Updates:
2012-02-07 The probable reason for being unable to find a record of marriage between Thomas ROSEWARNE 1823-1895 and Emily GREAVES 1832-Deceased is that of not using a wild card in my searches. Rose* would have found a marriage between one Thomas ROSEWARD and one Emily GREAVES 1832-Deceased. Live and learn.

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