STANNARD, Tring Station, Aldbury, mid 19th century
The survey of Aldbury Railway Workers in 1851 only showed the head of household and the 1851 census shows Alfred Stannard was accompanied by his wife Elizabeth (27, born London) and their son Edmond A Stannard (2 months, born Tring). The 1861 census shows that the family had greatly expanded:
|Alfred Stannard||Head||43||Railway Policeman||Farnham, Surrey|
|Elizabeth Stannard||Wife||38||London, Surrey|
|Mary Dorrett||Nurse||54||Nurse||Chilton, Bucks|
The family had left the area by the 1871 census, but there could have been further children. If you have an address for when Alfred died in 1875 you may be able to find the family in the 1871 census. The 1881 census may tell you where at least some of them ended up - and any Stannards born in Aldbury or Tring after 1861 may also be part of the family.
I was interested that you had found Elizabeth in New Road, Aylesbury, in the 1881 census, as several of my relatives were in that area. In fact it would appear that Elizabeth was visiting her daughter Isabella (25, born Tring) who was a general domestic servant to a Mary Ann Butcher.
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