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looking for information on Henry Myers (dob 1842)married to Eliza Ann Myers (nee Jenkins), and their children Alice, Henry, Eliza Anna, William (my grandfather), Francis, Edith, John, Ellen and Thomas
Any info would be appreciated
Do you already have them in the censuses up to 1911 or is that what you are asking for?
Are you aware that they had a 10th child, Fred, in q4 1871? He died in q1 1875.
Thank you so much. No, I had no idea about Fred so thank you for that info. William emigrated from England to South Africa with his wife Annie Elizabeth (nee Sanderson) in 1906. I just need any information at all really. My dad Charles was born here in South Africa but apart from two of his siblings I have hit a brick wall about their descendants.
Thank you again
Jill, have you tried to contact any of the several tree owners on Ancestry who have this family?
It would seem that Henry's parents were Benjamin Myers and Mary Ann Mason.
1911 census - 116 Eyre Lane, Sheffield.
Henry Myers, 69, horn presser, born Sheffield. (Totally blind at 66 years).
Eliza Myers, 65, born London, Middlesex.
Plus one boarder.
In 1901 they are at 136 Eyre Lane,Sheffield. Henry 58, hawker of fish, Eliza 55, hawker of fish and son John 21, engineer tool maker.
In 1891 they are at 136 Eyre Street, Sheffield. Henry 45, scale presser, Eliza 44, born London, Westminster, Francis 14, Edith 12, John 11 and Ellen 8.
1881, 49 Brown Lane, Sheffield, Henry 39, scale presser, Eliza A. 34, born London,
Surrey, Eliza A. 12, William 7, Frank 5, Edith 2 and Thomas 1.
In 1871 the family are living at 11court 2house Duke Street, Park, Sheffield.
Henry 26, Eliza 24, born London, Middlesex, Alice 7, Henry 6, Eliza A. 2.
I have not found a baptism for Henry, but son William Myers, born 24 Oct 1873,
Baptised 19 May 1874 at St. Paul, Pinstone St, Sheffield. Parents - Henry and
Eliza Ann of 4 court Brown Lane, scale presser.
Henry Myers, scale presser, 76yrs, died at Union Hospital, buried 21 March 1919,
City Road Cemetery, Sheffield. (See burial records in left hand column).
Thank you so much for the help everyone - much appreciated