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craft1948 | 17:23 Fri 18th Mar 2011 | Genealogy
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I'm looking in the 1911 census for George and Emma Bellwood born about 1863 in York. I can't find them when searching by name on FMP but have found some Bellwoods in the 1911 census summary books on Ancestry.
This shows 7 Bellwoods living at 10 Wilsons Yard, York but FMP cannot find that address............help please!

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would there have been an alfred george aged 3 months>
using the 1911 site search option there is no George bellwood with an emma at the same address in york coming up in the results, there's a george bellwood born 1862 living in doncaster, no emma there though either.
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There was George b1864, his wife Emma b1863, children Mary J b1891, Lawrence b1893, George H b1894, and Alfred b1900. All were born in York.
There's a Lawrence Bellwood aged 18 living at north allerton in 1911.
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Yes it's funny dotty. The one in 1911 was born in Thirsk, yet the only one on FMP on the 1901 census was born in York. I can only think that the entire family's surname has been transcribed wrongly in 1911 which is why I was trying to find them by address.
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I've found the Bellwoods in Wilsons Yard and it's actually George's brother and his family so no go there then.
1901 England Census 1901 England Census
Name: Lawrence Bellwood
Age: 8
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1893
Relation: Daughter
Father's Name: George Bellwood
Mother's Name: Emma Bellwood
Where born: York, Yorkshire, England

Civil parish: York
Ecclesiastical parish: New Fulford St Lawrence with St Nicholas
County/Island: Yorkshire
Country: England

Street Address:

Occupation:

Condition as to marriage:

Education:

Employment status:

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Registration district: York
Sub-registration district: Walmgate
ED, institution, or vessel: 28
Neighbors: View others on page
Household schedule number: 142
Household Members:
Name Age
George Bellwood 35
Emma Bellwood 38
Lawrence Bellwood 8
George H Bellwood 7
Alfred Bellwood 10 Months

Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 4448; Folio: 70; Page: 21.
the tree is on ancestry, George bellwood died in 1915, emma was emma snee
Name: Emma Snee
Gender: Female
Birth Date: abt 1862
Christening Date: 12 Sep 1862
Christening Place: York, Yorkshire, England
Father's Name: Henry Snee
Mother's Name: Mary
oh and lawrence was florence, I think!
Lawrence was Florence - or Florrie as registered.

Florence was a servant in 1911 at Golden Barrell Inn Walmgate York with William Letby b 1865, Innkeeper
on the 1901 'Lawrence' is down as 'daur', then on the 1911 , Florence Bellwood is a servant aged 18 at the Golden Barrell inn on walmgate
It's clearly written as Lawrence on the return for 1901, yet recorded as daughter, most odd,
Perhaps the enumerator was having a senior moment...
Mary Jane died aged 1 craft
There's a marriage for a Mary Jane Bellwood in Dec 1908 Leeds to a John Henry Wilson
It won't be the same one, she would have been 10 on the 1901 and she's missing, and the tree on ancestry has her death registration in 1892
There's a Mary Jane Wilson born 1873, so not the same one, married to John Henry Wilson born 1867 at 28 Rose Terrace Horsforth, with sister in law Alice Maria Bellwood born 1879 York, dressmaker.
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Hm tough one that.................A Florence Bellwood was born in 1892 in York but so was a Laurence Arthur Bellwood.
I've found the lawrence A on the 1901 with other parents though
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Right so Mary Jane is dead, Laurence is Florence, which leaves the parents plus George and Alfred.........

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