Just look what you have started! It just goes to prove, being bothered has paid off.
I have spoken on the phone to Neil and he is thrilled to have been able to help so many with the information he has sent me.
There are so many happy Fradd descendents now and I think its wonderful for our hobby to give so much pleasure for new friends all over the world.
Neil has clicked onto this site and was amazed at the response for Fradd information. I hope there is a link between Bonnie, Mary and the others, one big family.
I found a note the other day with details of the 1851 census on it.It has -
19 Duke Street, Devonport. 1851 Charles Fradd aged 49, Poultry Dealter born St Kew. Elizabeth, wife aged 56, for Devonport. Mary Jane, daughter, aged 19, dressmaker, born E Stonehouse Catherine daughter 17, dressmaker, born E.Stonehouse. William,son, aged 11 scholar, born Devonport. Ann, daughter aged 9, scholar.
I know we have the above on the 1881 census but it may be of use for anyone looking at the message board.
In 1851, William Geaton lived in 5 Canterbury Street, Devonport.
If anyone has the Devon 1851 census on cds, it would help enormously with our research. I believe it can be bought from the Mormons, I will look into that.