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    Lynch, Boston lincolnshire, Ireland, census

    Can any one help?

    I am trying to fing Michael Lynch born 1827/1831 Boston, Lincolnshire and his parents.


    ~~~~~In 1871 census he was born 1831

    Alice Lynch c1869 Boston, Lincolnshire - Daughter
    Ann Lynch c 1841 Boston, Lincolnshire -Wife
    Ann Lynch c1868 Boston, Lincolnshire -Daughter
    Charles Lynch c 1870 Boston, Lincolnshire -Son
    Elizabeth Lynch c 1865 Boston, Lincolnshire -Daughter
    Michael Lynch c1831 Boston, Lincolnshire -Head
    living Boston Lincolnshire

    ~~~~~In 1881 census he was born 1827

    Alice Lynch c 1869 Boston, Lincoln -Daughter
    Annie Lynch c 1843 Boston, Lincoln -Wife
    Annie Lynch c 1868 Boston, Lincoln -Daughter
    Charles Lynch c 1870 Boston, Lincoln -Son
    Edward Lynch c1875 Boston, Lincoln -Son
    Elizabeth Lynch c 1865 Boston, Lincoln -Daughter
    James Lynch c1872 Boston, Lincoln -Son
    Michael Lynch abt 1827 Boston, Lincoln -Head
    living 8 Norfolk Street, Boston, Lincolnshire
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    I cannot find him in the census of 1841, 1851 or 1861.

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    The family is supposed to have come from Ireland at some point but no one knows which part. Is there any way I can find out about this?



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    Well it looks, from FreeBMD marriages, as if his wife's maiden name was PINDER and they were married Boston 1866 Sep-Q.

    Perhaps you might find her and see if he's nearby??
    Christine
    Researching: BENNETT (Leics/Birmingham-ish) - incl. Leonard BENNETT in Detroit & Florida ; WARR/WOR, STRATFORD & GARDNER/GARNAR (Oxon); CHRISTMAS, RUSSELL, PAFOOT/PAFFORD (Hants); BIGWOOD, HAYLER/HAILOR (Sussex); LANCASTER (Beds, Berks, Wilts) - plus - COCKS (Spitalfields, Liverpool, Plymouth); RUSE/ROWSE, TREMEER, WADLIN(G)/WADLETON (Devonport, E Cornwall); GOULD (S Devon); CHAPMAN, HALL/HOLE, HORN (N Devon); BARRON, SCANTLEBURY (Mevagissey)...

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    I think this looks like Ann, in 1861, as a 19-year-old sister to the Head.

    RG9; Piece: 2337; Folio: 30; Page: 3

    She's born in Kirton, which is just SW of Boston.

    ...but no immediate sign of Michael nearby.

    Christine

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    There is a Michael Lynch in Skirbeck in 1841 born Ireland. Living with Charles and Bridget Andrews. Charles was not born in county and Bridget was born Ireland.

    Will see if I can find anything else
    Lin

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    There is on in Ruskington Lincs in 1851 but age is way out, born Ireland.
    Lin

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    And this is the same Ann in 1851:
    HO107; Piece: 2098; Folio: 90; Page: 19
    ... with her family.

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    There's this record:
    HO107; Piece: 2099; Folio: 284; Page: 15 ~ lodging in North Street, Boston.

    James (28), stonemason's lab, and Michal (24) LENCH, bricklayer's lab, both b Ireland

    One can easily imagine how an Irish accent might make Lynch sound like Lench to an English ear.

    Christine

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    This is a possible sighting in 1841:
    HO107; Piece 610; Book: 2 ~ Folio: 34; Page: 8
    aged 13, in Skirbeck (SE edge of Boston)

    He's "alone", but probably in the same household as Charles AUDENNY (? - a bit smudgy) 45+, hawker, not-b-in-county and his wife (presumably), Bridget, 45+, b Ireland.

    Christine

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    There's a faintly possible Mar-Q 1839 marriage - Lambeth 4-219
    amongst the eight names are BOLAM Bridget, and DENNEY Charles. I imagine that Audenny might be an interpretation of O'Denny? - as might DENNEY.

    But anything into 1837+ is going to be a bit late for a first marriage.

    Christine

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    Marriage to Ann Pinder is the right one.
    Haven't found Michael Lynch close by in 1861 yet though.

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