When people leave an area it is often difficult to trace where they have gone. This example gives information on the people who had been born in Tring who were living in Devon and Cornwall in 1881.
Henry T BRADFORD (11), John A BRADFORD (10) and Emily B BRADFORD (7) were living in Brixham with their father, Henry BRADFORD, Baptist Minister of Brixham. [The 1870 Trade Directory for Hertfordshire shows that the Rev Henry BRADFORD was living in Park Street West, Tring.]
Alfred COLLEYER (15) was working as a page at The Abbey, Tresco, Silly Islands. (He worked in the former home of Augustus Smith).
Katey EDDY (3), the daughter of a shoemaker, was living with her family in Redruth.
Elizabeth IVES (34), grocer, and her niece Elizabeth IVES (11) were living at Wolborough [part of Newton Abbot]
The crew of the ship "Audacious", at harbour in Devonport, included leading seaman Lewis KENNINGS (26)
Mrs Fanny PRUDENCE (79), a widow with private means, was living at Rock View House, Chudleigh.
Charlotte RAKE (26) was a first hand dressmaker working in a large dress making establishment at No 4, the Strand, Dawlish
Clara A SMITH (62) was an annuitant, born at Tring Grange, and living at St Mary Magdalene, Cornwall
Robert SMITH (33) was a hawker lodging in Callington.
Maria TIMMS (32) was a cook working for a Barrister living at Buckfastleigh
People born in Tring living in Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset
|Thomas Dudd||abt 1817||Bath St James, Somerset|
|Hannah Gosling||abt 1841||Taunton St Mary Magdalen, Somerset|
|Harriet Gosling||abt 1843||Taunton St Mary Magdalen, Somerset|
|Mary Gosling||abt 1839||Taunton St Mary Magdalen, Somerset|
|Josiah Saunders||abt 1833||Portland, Dorset|
|Clara Smith||abt 1820||Werrington, Devon|
|Sophia Stirling||abt 1821||Plymouth Charles The Martyr, Devon|
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