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Looking for Rose in the Census

Started by John Sherwin on Sunday, November 28, 2010


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11/28/2010 at 5:40 AM

I have searched in the 1901 and 1911 census for all marriages of John Clarke and Rose Clarke throughout the Country. There are no results in Dublin, these are the results in other parts of the Country:

1901 Census
The Corkish family had 6 children in 1901.
The Monaghnose family do not list any children, our grandmother would not have been born yet (1903) would she have had older siblings?
The Tullywaltry family had 5 children in 1901.
The Cloonflower family had 4 children in 1901.

1911 Census

These are 3 of the same families as listed in 1901 census.

11/30/2010 at 1:36 PM

Colette found this link for Rose Clark (without an e). If Clark without an e is the correct spelling (based on certs?) we should change the tree detail as it is currently spelt with an "e".

There are only 2 Rose Clarks in Dublin listed in 1911 census (this doesnt mean there were no more, just that 2 are in the census). One was 13 and 1 was 36. The 13 year old was the daughter. Get this, there is another daughter listed as Gillias, surely this is a typo and should be Lillias! I am going to download the PDF so I can have a look at the handwriting. We can notify the census if they have a spelling mistake.

11/30/2010 at 1:55 PM

Colette also found Rose in the 1901 Census, the only Rose Clark in Dublin at the time (age 3 in 1901). John Clark was born in Hanwell, England and must have died between the 1901 and 1911 census as Rose is listed as head of the household by 1911. Siste in law listed is verified from Lillias Clark;s birthcert so all of this info seems to be confirmable.

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