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Soldiers missing family details.

Postby Gene-al » Thu Apr 02, 2020 6:09 pm

Searching for the family of this soldier and hope this is their address given in 1915. Hoping someone can find them on the 1911 Census. I have tried on both A and FmP with no luck. Obviously not doing something right. Image off Fold 3.
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Re: Soldiers missing family details.

Postby MoVidger » Thu Apr 02, 2020 6:17 pm

1911 Census for mother Emma and family:

First name(s) Emma
Last name Taylor
Relationship Wife
Marital status Married
Age 50
Birth year 1861
Birth place Presteign Radnorshire
Marriage year 1885
Years married 26
Address 80 Chester Street
Archive reference RG14
Registration district Wolverhampton
Registration district number 369
Enumeration district 2
District number 2
Sub district Wolverhampton Western
Sub district number 4
Census reference RG14PN17011 RG78PN1051 RD369 SD4 ED2 SN195
RG78 code number 1051
Piece number 17011
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Soldiers missing family details.

Postby Gene-al » Sat Apr 04, 2020 1:30 pm

Hello Mo
Thank you so much for your prompt sourcing of this info. I think my problem was in my searching for Christopher Taylor, the soldier (who was probably away, already enlisted) rather than his Mother at this address. He does appear in the earlier 1901 Census so this is definitely ‘my man’. Thank you again.
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