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Missing in 1881 and 1901

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1 Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 3:47 pm

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Can anyone find this lady for me please?

She has a wonderful name which gets mixed up every which way!

Avice Misselbrook born 1831 Wilcot Wilts.  Death 1924 age 93.

Her husband was Thomas Misselbrook marriage 1860.  Don't know when he died 1871-1891.

I can find her with Thomas in 1861 Hampshire with his brother William.

In 1871 Hampshire as a couple.

1891 Hampshire she is widowed with a niece.

1911 she is visitor to the Martin family in Bucks.

Haven't seen any children so don't know if they had any.

Thank you  sunny

2 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 6:33 pm

think Thomas is still alive in 1881. there is this census

Name:Thomas Misselbrook
Age:48
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1833
Gender:Male
Where born:Durley, Hampshire, England

Civil Parish:Vessels
County/Island:Hampshire

Street address:"H M S Excellent"
Marital Status:Married

Occupation:Gunner
Registration district:Portsea Island
Sub registration district:Portsea Town

ED, institution, or vessel:
Excellent ( Not on Board )


Piece:1149
Folio:108

Page Number:3


Thomas Misselbrook 48


as theses crew were obviously were not on board on the census night they have been crossed through. cant find him onshore with anice though.

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3 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 6:42 pm

yes he died 1887

Name:Thomas Misselbrook
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1833
Registration Year:1887
Registration Quarter:Jan-Feb-Mar

Age at Death:54

Registration district:Portsea Island
Inferred County:Hampshire

Volume:2b
Page:297

so really would expect to find them in portsea in 1881

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4 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 6:54 pm

I think HMS Excellent is an on-shore training establishment, rather than a ship that sails the ocean blue.

Hasn't actually helped me find Avice [yet] though.  Still looking Wink

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5 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 6:54 pm

ok found them in 1881 Very Happy




Name:
Thomas Miselebrook
[Thomas Houghton]

Age:48
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1833
Relationship to Head:Head
Spouse:Alice Miselebrook
Gender:Male

Where born:Durley, Hampshire, England

Civil Parish:Portsea
County/Island:Hampshire
Country:England
Street address:23 Victoria St
Marital Status:Married
Occupation:Gunner R N Active List

Registration district:Portsea Island
Sub registration district:Kingston

ED, institution, or vessel:17
Piece:1142
Folio:13
Page Number:20

Thomas Miselebrook 48
Alice Miselebrook 49
Eva Miselebrook 13 niece

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6 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 6:57 pm

ha - just looked at address OH and I were at university in Portsmouth and when we started OH was in lodgings in VICTORIA STREET. Very Happy

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8 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 7:09 pm

no luck with the 1901 Crying or Very sad

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9 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 7:10 pm

Snap, vron! Very Happy

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10 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:42 pm

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Hey well done you two Basketball

So we have them in 1881, again with a niece so doesn't look like they had any children of their own does it, and a death for Thomas in 1887.

Just 1901 to go for a full set Arrow

In 1911 she was in Bucks but only as a visitor so maybe she was still in Hampshire possibly with a niece for company Question

First one to find her gets a chocolate bar of their choice!

11 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:46 pm

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Niece Eva is a servant in Norfolk in 1901/1911 so she's not with her.

12 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sun Apr 19, 2015 8:48 pm

Tourmie wrote:
First one to find her gets a chocolate bar of their choice!

Good job I'm on a diet then 'cos I can't find her anywhere Sad Sad

STG

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13 Re: Missing in 1881 and 1901 on Sun Apr 19, 2015 10:07 pm

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Me neither but that won't stop me eating chocolate Exclamation

I still have an Easter Egg to consume Very Happy

Everyone did well to find her and she isn't really a big piece of the jigsaw so am happy to leave it there.

I am working through her brothers and sisters though so if I get stuck.......

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