1841 census help please

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  1. Sis

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    Thanks AM, I've got all of them. I wanted to try and find out if there were anymore children between Richard of 1809 and Jesse of 1817. None that I can find. The original registers are available to view at Kent History and Library Centre, so that won't be happening.
     
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    Could John & Elizabeth perhaps have migrated to Crayford in the intervening years? FMP have the baptisms at Crayford of Edward on 20 September 1812 and David on 20 November 1814, children of John & Elizabeth VAUGHAN. There is then a burial for an Edward VAUGHAN at Eynsford on 3 October 1815, he being aged 3?? Fits in quite nicely with the missing years doesn't it.

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    I like your thinking, Janet.
     
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    I too like your thinking Janet. It does all fit nicely. Thank you very much. I may not have found them in the 1841, but I have more to go on.:)
     
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    Ancestry have the actual parish register image of David's baptism and it does show that John VAUGHAN was a Labourer but needless to say I cannot find David in any census records. There is a burial at Sandhurst, Kent in 1836 for a David VAUGHAN aged 21, but Sandhurst is quite a way from the Crayford/Eynsford area.

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    Thank you Janet.
     
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    OK, on Ancestry I found a tree that has daughter Jemima in and married to a William Tully, though no marriage found. As luck would have it (sometimes) I found her in the 1841 census and her Youngest son Peter Tully's age is given as one. Found him on GRO and his mother's maiden name is given as, wait for it..... Warns. So I reckon that the Warns family that BH found in post #6 could very well be John Vaughn that I was looking for, his name is down as Vaughns in the 1861 census. Also on Jemima's baptism her surname is down as Vaughans. What do you think?
     
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    I think you’ve got him
     
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    Sounds good to me;)

    plus from Freereg
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    You beauty! Thank you MM. I've been out and not had time to look for her marriage.:)
     
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    Just got up - and my peasure :D
     
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    Great spot MM and could this be another indication that the WARNS family BH found in the 1841 census is your VAUGHAN family, Sis:

    1851 census of Dartford living at Waterside:

    Richard WARNS Head Un (I think) 40 Ag Lab Kent Eynsford

    He is a pretty good match for Richard the VAUGHAN baptised 1809 at Eynsford. Burial at Dartford on 16 September 1864 for a Richard VAUGHAN aged 54.

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    I was fairly sure it was him. :oops:

    Exact same road in 1841 and 1851, same 'housekeeper' Ann. No Warns living alongside Vaughns in 1851, either. Right age...
     
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    Thank you Janet. Pretty sure this Richard is mine but I need to go through it all tomorrow. Tea time here.
     
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    Between you and me so was I.:D:rolleyes:
     
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    Oh... good. :D
     
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