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Re: Henry Raistrick, b, 1838, m. Martha Sheard
Posted by: Ted Pack (ID *****6680) Date: January 30, 2004 at 19:52:20
In Reply to: Help with later generations by Andrew Raistrick of 54

Hi Andrew,

Welcome to the chase!

on
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp

I found:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Henry RAISTRICK Head M Male 43 Bradford Farmer Of 24 Ac Employs 2 Boys
Martha Ann RAISTRICK Wife M Female 43 Mixenden Halifax
Edwin RAISTRICK Son U Male 26 Bradford Labourer (Farm) (Indoor)
Joseph RAISTRICK Son U Male 19 Bingley Tailor
Benjamin RAISTRICK Son U Male 17 Bingley Labourer (Farm) (Indoor)
Richard RAISTRICK Son U Male 15 Bingley Factory Worsted (Spinner)
Sam RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Son Male 13 Bingley Factory Worsted (Spinner)
Sarah RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Daur Female 9 Bingley Scholar
Elizeberth RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Daur Female 8 Bingley Scholar
Joshua RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Son Male 6 Bingley Scholar
Martha Precilla RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Daur Female 5 Bingley Scholar
Hannah RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Daur Female 4 Bingley
Mary RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Daur Female 3 Bingley
Jane RASTRICK (RAISTRICK) Daur Female 1 Bingley

They were living in Cullingworth Fields, Bingley, York, England in 1881.

The fastest way to meet peoplr who share you rlines would be to download a free genealogy program, fill in everything you have, then upload a GEDCOM to GenCircles and look for matches. Write if you are interested.

http://www.tedpack.org/goodpost.html
has some arguments for and against - mostly against - using the phrase "please e-mail em" in a query board post.




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