Part 66r - Robertson - 1911 Census of England and Wales

18 September 2009

Almost Afternoon,

This posting is a switch over to my Robertson family line and the 1911 Census of England and Wales. And the first one I searched and captured was the one for great-grandparents Alexander and Elizabeth (née Merrifield) Robertson and family.


Great-Grandparents Elizabeth Charlotte (néé Merrifield) and Alexander Pirie Robertson.

I was able to download the image from 1911Census.co.uk.



From first review I thought that there was some information not provided, as previous censuses had, information like location, county, etc., etc. And then I discovered that there are two other parts to examine... and download, an address page and a cover.



And it appears that a single household at midnight Sunday the 2nd or on Monday the 3rd of April 1911, is included on a single reporting. The Robertson family included:

  1. Great-grandfather Alexander Pirie,
  2. Great-grandmother Elizabeth Charlotte (née Merrifield),
  3. Grandaunt Elizabeth Margaret,
  4. Grandaunt Ethel Kate,
  5. Granduncle William Thomas,
  6. Grandfather Frederick Henry, and
  7. Grandaunt Violet Esther.

The only member of the family not present is grandaunt Agnes Harriett... but I did find her and her husband, granduncle John Morgan Davies and their 10-month old son, 1st cousin once removed Thomas Morgan, on another Census entry.

And from Google Maps I was able to find a photograph of the approximate location of the family home at 66 Upper Walthamstow Rd. in West Ham, England.



Enjoy,

Jim

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