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Terrianne
26-03-13, 17:19
Not on Ancestry but looks likely on Find my Past if anyone can help please?

1861

John Mardle 1837 Reg District Pancras

Not managed to find him on 1841, I know he emigrated to USA in 1866

Any help much appreciated

Elaine ..Spain
26-03-13, 17:31
What about this one on Ancestry, transcribed as John Wardle
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=0&gsfn=john&gsln=&sx=&f1=&f2=&f4=&f18=&f12__n=&rg_81004011__date=1837&rs_81004011__date=0&f27=&f14=&f15=&_8000C002=&_80008002=&_80018002=&f7=112&f8=41&f9=3&gskw=pancras&prox=1&db=uki1861&ti=5538&ti.si=0&gss=angs-d&pcat=35&fh=0&h=8576424&recoff=

maudarby
26-03-13, 17:33
Elaine beat me to it, again, but the family do show up as Mardle on Findmypast.
Moggie

kenw55
26-03-13, 17:33
Ancestry have him transcribed as Wardle . 1861 Census
He is with family at 6 Gee Street St Pancras
Piece 112
Folio 41
Page 3
Can't see him in 1851

Ken

Drat beaten again.

Elaine ..Spain
26-03-13, 17:38
1841 census the family is transcribed as Warelle
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=0&gsfn=thomas&gsln=ward*&sx=&f1=&f2=&f3=&f18=&rg_81004011__date=1801&rs_81004011__date=5&_82004011=&_82004013=&f7=&f20=&f8=&f9=&gskw=&prox=1&db=uki1841&ti=5538&ti.si=0&gss=angs-d&pcat=35&fh=319&h=7440841&recoff=20+21+32+33&fsk=CIAAIxIA0FIQ&bsk=&pgoff=

Ref: 685 / 8 / 36 / 67

Terrianne
26-03-13, 17:51
Thank you all for looking - the little I do know is as follows-

Father Henry McArdle not sure of wife's name
Children Ann b.1833 St George in the East - in 1841 she is a boarder Clarendon Square Catholic School St. Pancras, have found her on all censuses
John b. 1836 Stepney, have him on the 1851 census as McWolle
The one on Find My past 1861 looks likely as he is also in St. Pancras (transcribed John Mardle) but can't find him on Ancestry

Elaine ..Spain
26-03-13, 17:54
The John Mardle you have found on Findmypast is the same entry on Ancestry as the John Wardle that I've given the link to in post #2.
If you say his father should be Henry then this is presumably not your man!

Terrianne
26-03-13, 18:00
Sorry Elaine - didn't realise - not my John I'm afraid

Elaine ..Spain
26-03-13, 18:01
Nothing jumping out!
Where did you get the information re sister Ann b1833?

Terrianne
26-03-13, 18:18
Ann transcribed on the 1841 census as McAdle

Elaine ..Spain
26-03-13, 18:24
Sorry, what I meant was how do you know that Ann is John's sister?

Val wish Id never started
26-03-13, 20:36
what about this Henry ?? transcribed as Mordel on Ancestry and Mordle on FMP

http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=1&gsfn=&gsln=&sx=&f1=&f2=&f3=&f18=&rg_81004011__date=&rs_81004011__date=0&_82004011=&_82004013=&f7=724&f20=11&f8=4&f9=7&gskw=&prox=1&db=uki1841&ti=5538&ti.si=0&gss=angs-d&pcat=35&fh=12&h=15404421&recoff=&fsk=CIAAIxIAXwBi&bsk=&pgoff=1

Terrianne
26-03-13, 20:43
Elaine, I know they are brother and sister as I have a copy of a letter sent from USA from John to Ann dated 1876 signed 'from your loving brother'. Also mentioned in the letter are Ann's children and their father Henry.

Terrianne
26-03-13, 20:44
Thanks for looking Val but not the right family.

Elaine ..Spain
26-03-13, 20:46
Elaine, I know they are brother and sister as I have a copy of a letter sent from USA from John to Ann dated 1876 signed 'from your loving brother'. Also mentioned in the letter are Ann's children and their father Henry.

OK! :)
Was hoping that maybe it was from baptismal records that might give another clue as to where they are in 1841. What a mysterious bunch!

Val wish Id never started
26-03-13, 22:17
what was Henrys occupation ?

Terrianne
27-03-13, 16:15
On Ann's marriage certificate 1857 he is down as a Lighterman