A recent reply to a post from Anabel by Jane: led me to wonder: coupled with : In earlier years. 1891 - 1900s it appears only one man was listed per address whether or not there were others of voting age. ie the father or rent payer/home owner. My Gt.G'Dad George was listed at an address 47 Oxley st. Bermondsey /Rotherhithe in censuses & electorals 1891 - 1904, when he may have left for Tylers Hill, Kent, with his daughter Florence. His elder son took over that address from 1906- 1910 (he died in 1909) at no time were his other sons listed here. the one listed at home in 1901 (census) was then 22. the other listed in 1911 was at the home of his Sister in Croydon. How then does one tell if the person they seek was in the area at that time? Other than censuses.?