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Old 09-02-10, 05:21
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Name - James Henry Hinton
Date and place of birth 1851, Crux Easton, Hampshire
Names of parentsCharles Hinton and Louisa Bishop
Date and place of baptism - Crux Easton
Details of each of his or her marriages - Mary Ann Matthews 16/11/1879, Chelsham, Surrey
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Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - 1851, 1861 (missing 1871) 1881-1901
Date, place and cause of death??
Date and place of burial / cremation.
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Memorial inscription - if any
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Old 09-02-10, 06:29
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Theres one in Berkshire 1871, lodging with the Hunt family. He`s a Agricultural labouror

http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin...633&recoff=1+2
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If you say where he was living on the censuses, we might know where to start looking for his death. For instance, there is a James H Hinton death in 1935 in Birmingham, although the age is a few years out (80) but I don't know whether your James was likely to be in that area?
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Croakseason - Crookseason. Obviously they have never heard of it in Surrey or Kent
1901 Census in Cudham Kent.


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What was his occupation? I was trying to find him on the 1911 census but no success so far. If we knew what he did it might help.

Also, can you give any family members he might be with.
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1901 census in Cudham Kent
James Hinton, 50, farm labourer, born Crookseason Hampshire
Mary Ann Hinton,45, born Chelsham Surrey
Alice Maud, 13, born Chelsham Surrey
Charles Reuben, 8, born Warlingham Surrey
Louisa, 5, born Tatsfield Surrey
Sarah, 13, born Tatsfield Surrey


1891 Census = Warlingham Surrey
children
James 10
Job 9
Rose A 8
Sarah 2
Alice m3 wks




Back in Godstone district of Surrey in 1908 - Alice Maud married Robert Hallson. Found Louisa in Godstone area in 1911.
Also married in Godstone before 1911 James Henry Hinton, Rose A Hinton

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For most of the census information I have so far he was living in Warlingham Surrey as his wife was born in Chelsham (I'm not sure how close that is to each other). Hoping that this is the same man - He seems to be listed as a general labourer and he was born in Crux Easton, Hamsphire. I'm under the impression that the census with him listed as being born in Croakseason or ? Wiltshire are miss-types??

His children as far as I know are Job (born 1882), James (born 1880), Rose (born 1885) and Sarah (born 1889)
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Hobbes... There are 3 trees on Ancestry with this family, with the same parents and wife, children are.

James Henry Hinton 1880
Job Hinton 1881
Rose Ann Hinton 1885
Sarah Hinton 1888
Alice Maud Hinton 1891
Charles Reuben Hinton 1893
Louisa Hinton 1896
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For most of the census information I have so far he was living in Warlingham Surrey as his wife was born in Chelsham (I'm not sure how close that is to each other). Hoping that this is the same man - He seems to be listed as a general labourer and he was born in Crux Easton, Hamsphire. I'm under the impression that the census with him listed as being born in Croakseason or ? Wiltshire are miss-types??

His children as far as I know are Job (born 1882), James (born 1880), Rose (born 1885) and Sarah (born 1889)
Not mistranscribed as Crookseason, that's what the enumerator wrote down, what he thought he heard. I have found at least 25 variations of the town name MARTOCK in the various census - some in Wales and some as far away as Yorkshire - differing local accents would give a different interpretation.

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Not mistranscribed as Crookseason, that's what the enumerator wrote down, what he thought he heard. I have found at least 25 variations of the town name MARTOCK in the various census - some in Wales and some as far away as Yorkshire - differing local accents would give a different interpretation.

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Di, do you have ancestors in Martock Somerset? My great-aunt lived there from WWII until her death and I know it really well. For the last 15 years or so she lived right next to the church!
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