1891 census lookup - Liverpool research #unitedkingdom

Lois Kaufman <lois@...>
 

Please could someone who has access to the 1891 census look up a first
cousin/brother in law of my g-grandfather for me? His name was Jacob Aarons
and his wife was Elizabeth (Moss). He was born in Liverpool in about 1851,
so would be around 40 at the time of the census. I have an 1887 address of 8
Sandon Terrace, Upper Duke Street for him - I assume that this would be in
Liverpool as at the time he was described as Keeper of the Princes Road
Synagogue. In 1888 I have a reference to him living at 1 Hope Place, though
this may be the address of the Liverpool Old Congregation where he was
Keeper, and in 1889 there is a reference to Jacob Aarons, sexton, at 2
Carter Street.

Jacob Aarons and his many brothers and sisters (Mary, Sophia, Solomon,
Caroline, Walter, Alfred, Mitchel, Rachel, Abraham, Rosa) were orphaned in
1874, when the youngest, Rosa was 11. I have managed to trace descendents of
the eldest sibling, Mary as she married her first cousin, Solomon Henry
Myers, older brother of my g-grandfather; and with the help of FreeBMD and
the Jewishgen family finder I have managed to find a living descendent of
the youngest, Rosa. However, what happened to the others is a mystery. In
1871 the family was living at 64 Russell Street Liverpool. In 1881 I have
Mary Aarons/Myers and family living at an address in Liverpool, but no
amount of searching the 1881 census has turned up the other Aarons siblings.
So now I have some leads, >from trade directories supplied by a researcher in
Liverpool, and am hopeful that these may turn up something on this family.

Thank you.

Regards,

Lois Kaufman
London

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