I am unable to find Amelia 'Molly' Jennett (nee Potter) in the 1911 census, is this because they are not fully complete?
Amelia is the daughter of Amos and Clara Potter from Leicester, England.
Amelia married Dennis Jennet in 1904 and by 1911 she has two children, girls, both are registered in the Poor Law Infirmary Leicester, and Dennis is in H M Prison, Welford Rd, Leicester. But I can't find Amelia. Can anyone please give any suggestions to where I may look?
I know Amelia, now known as Molly, in 1933 went on to marry William Winter after Dennis's death in 1932
Amelia died in 1940
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hi im looking for half sister adele and amanda was hodkinson i think adele married david moseley in late 80s there mum was christien west who married john hodkinson they broke up and contact was lost weve been searching for years then by million to one chance found adele was looking for john in 2001 so we trying again i no christien past away about 1990 i dont no if she remarried would love to find amanda and or adele even if its just to say hello hoping and praying some one sees this and can help think adele was born in 1969 and amanda 1966 if my research so far is correct there full name was amanda jane hodkinson and adele leigh hodkinson i no might sound strange as we have never met dad spoke of u to alot wedding photos etc r still here hoping i can find them or any information that might help thxs again paul
Researching my family name Beadman would be interested in any information you have. My father was Samuel, he had brothers Robert , Joseph(Noris), and James(Jim), and a sister Alice. His Parents were Joseph 1883/---, and Sarah Bacon 1882/1920. Can trace family back to 1717.
My great-great-great-great grandpa was John Sherard Coleman, married 1818 at St. Margarets, Leicester to Henrietta Charlotte L. Mangeon. He died in 1828, and his son, John Sherard, my great-great-great grandpa, was born in 1828 in Bitteswell, Leicester. I also know that John Sherard the first (so to speak) had another son, Edmund Thomas Coleman b. 1824, who was part of the first party of white men to climb Mt. Baker, Washington, USA.
Now, I have a bit more information, that John Sherard I's father was Henry Coleman (1739-1794) and his mother was Hester. Henry Coleman's father was Henry Coleman (1705-1779) and his mother was Anne Freeman (1703-1761).
Does anyone else have any information about these Colemans? I would be very interested. My great-great grandpa was Charles Edmond S. Coleman (1858-1952). He was born in London and immigrated to Canada in 1914.
Since posting I have come across some more information, from other people and research
John Sherard Coleman was born 1793 in Independent Market Harborough, Leicester, and his wife Henrietta Charlotte Lucy Mangeon was born in 1798. Her grandpa, Pierre Mangeon, was born in France and left during the Revolution, marrying a lady who was born in Germany, Catharine Rumble.
John S. and Henrietta Coleman's children were:
Henry Sherard (1819), Frederick William Sherard (~1821), Fanny Sophia (1822), Edmund Thomas (1824), Henrietta Elizabeth (1825, married Samuel Clarke), Julia Sherard (1827, married Henrich Franz Schaffer), and John Sherard (1828)
John Sherard Coleman married Clara Wood in 1856. Their children: Charles Edmond Sherard (1858), Clara Julia Sherard (~1858), Ellen N (~1859), Mary B (1860), Alice (~1862), Florence (~1865), John Sherard (~1870), Alfred Lincoln (~1874), and Harold B (~1879). Their children were all born in the county of Middlesex/London.
Charles E.S. Coleman married Mary Ridley Stennett in 1892 and they had four children: Herbert Stennett (1894), Ellen Clara (1896), Alice Caroline (1898), and Frederick Warner (1900). Their son Bert immigrated to Canada in 1911, and the rest of the family followed in 1913. Bert later served in the army and returned to England. He married Alice Morgan.
If any of the people mentioned here sound like your ancestors, I would love to hear from you.
I am a bit uncertain about the earlier generations. Other people I've talked to have an extra generation between the two Henry Colemans: a Thomas Coleman and Phoebe Brathwaite.
sorry i don't know if u are going to read this. In any case i'm curious if u have any other informations about Pierre Mangeons of Badonvilliers. I'm interesting to know if he is the same Mangeon who worked in the Hotel de Ville during 1794-5 in Badonvillier. I'm working about a PhD and I found a Mangeon of Badonvillier but i would like to know if he is the same man.
I think he was probably in England 1794-5, but don't really have any proof. I think he was connected with the hotelier business though. I have a couple of contacts who know a bit more. Send me an email if you're interested - scoleman90 (at) gmail (dot) com
My Coleman ancestors were in Leicester. I don't know much about them but can give you a general idea of the Coleman family. The earliest records that I have seen so far, are of inventories of various Colemans at Burton Overy, which is just north of Market Harborough. These inventory references are as follows; Name, Date, Value of Property, reference.
Henry Coleman 1674 £36 PR/J/75/68
Henry Coleman (yeoman) 10 March 1672 £218/18/0 PR/I/74/1 188
Joseph Coleman 10 June 1687 £12/18/4 PR/I/90/68
Mary Coleman 29 Dec. 1662 £34/-/- PR/I/58/148
You will see also a web page with various monumental inscriptions for Colemans at Burton Overy. Over all though, they seem to have been a reasonably prosperous family. As you probably know, a yeoman is a farmer who owns his own land and probably employs others to do the labour.
I am still sorting this all out, but it would seem that members of this family then moved down to Market Harborough and up to Leicester (which are all very close). So that might help you to put it into perspective. I could give you the details of the Leicester Colemans, but it doesn't sound like your branch.