The 1871 census for Brighton has Caleb GOLDSMITH, his wife Mary Ann and their children Louisa, Caleb, Eliza and Ernest living at 1 Popular Place, Eastbourne. (Piece 1040, folio 111, page 42) At the end of this list of children is a 23 year-old Francis Philip GOLDSMITH noted as “son”. If he was Caleb’s son, Caleb would have been aged about 17 when he was born. Not impossible, but there is no trace of Francis with Caleb on either the 1851 or 1861 censuses. If he was the son of Mary Ann, she would have been aged about 15 when he was born. There is no trace of Francis on her 1851 or 1861 censuses either. This entry in 1871 is the only instance that I have found for this person. If Francis may be found anywhere else, I would be most grateful. Thank you.