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Re: Musselwhite/Hampshire
Posted by: john neave (ID *****1421) Date: January 10, 2003 at 12:40:53
In Reply to: Re: Musselwhite/Hampshire by valerie everson of 407

Hello, Valerie

Nice to hear from you.

FreeBMD has:

Marriages Jun 1880
WEBB       Thomas William       S Stoneham       2c       101       HWhapshott

Deaths Jun 1891
Webb       Thomas William       35       S. Stoneham       2c       35       julierob

(No mention of Eliza that I could see).

1881 Census:
Thomas William WEBB Head         M  Male 25         South Stoneham, Hampshire, England Market Gardener         
Eliza WEBB         Wife         M         Female  20         South Stoneham, Hampshire, England         Wife Of         
Walter Charles WEBB Brother  Male          11         South Stoneham, Hampshire, England         Scholar         
Alfred WEBB         Brother         Male          8         South Stoneham, Hampshire, England         Scholar        
Source Information:
        Census Place       South Stoneham, Hampshire, England
        Family History Library Film         1341298
        Public Records Office Reference         RG11
        Piece / Folio         1218 / 94
        Page Number         28

1901 Census Indexes:

Geo Henwood       42       Hants Kingsomborne       Southampton Michelmersh Carter & Gravel Merchant
Eliza Henwood 40       Hants Bishopstone        Southampton Michelmersh
Reginald Henwood 3 Hants Michelmersh        Southampton Michelmersh
Ida Henwood        1        Hants Michelmersh        Southampton Michelmersh

There seems to be no mention of what happened to the Webbs by 1901. Nor any other Musselwhites from South Stoneham in the 1881 Census. Plenty, though, in the Fawley and Basingstoke districts, as well as a scattering in other places, including Broughton.

Are you familiar with the area at all? I believe South Stoneham became part of Swaythling which had already been swallowed up by Southampton - it doesn't make these places any easier to find! It also looks as if the 1901 enumerator (or someone along the line) confused Stoneham with Bishopstoke.

Would be happy to chase up any further details if it would be of help.



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