How to recreate previously found Jewishgen census record UK 1851 #records


r.peeters
 

Following record found before. Today accessing Unified Search : on town name Islington not found; on town name London 1 found different person ID 22406; UK census 9 records found all from Leeds; tried  JCR files past week,and today again no succes. 
What did I do wrong?
 Ron Peeters (NL)


David Harrison
 

Islington is now an area within London, just to the North of The City.  The Angel, Islington is a pub which has given it's name to a cross roads (road junction), now on the boundary of the Clean Air Zone, it is part of one of the present Boroughs which now each include many (20 or 30) of these smaller areas.  What you did wrong was not to understand that that the present boroughs are very large and that the London A-Z Street Map shows the smaller areas but not the borough boundaries.
David Harrison.  I left London 50 years ago and live in Birmingham, England


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Subject: [JewishGen.org] How to recreate previously found Jewishgen census record UK 1851 #records
 
Following record found before. Today accessing Unified Search : on town name Islington not found; on town name London 1 found different person ID 22406; UK census 9 records found all from Leeds; tried  JCR files past week,and today again no succes. 
What did I do wrong?
 Ron Peeters (NL)


r.peeters
 

David, 
Thank you. I am aware of the changes to the area and the various street name changes (e.g. South Street to Chiswell Road to Finsbury Place to Finsbury square, and nowadays Finsbury Park) that took place. However, it is still not clear to me why data previously produced through the  Unified Search as shown by my pdf file no longer comes forward.
Regards,
Ron Peeters (NL)
 


David Harrison
 

Ron
I am sorry, but the ways that different searches change over the ages are unknown to this ordinary mortal.   However, I would suggest that that the Bishopsgate Institute files on www.bishopsgate.org.uk could be of help.  They seem to have almost everything relating to the Jewish London, especially of the East End (actually more the East and North wrap round The City).
I have found them as helpful as Amsterdam, Leeuwarden or Groningen
Regards
David Harrison, GB


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Subject: Re: [JewishGen.org] How to recreate previously found Jewishgen census record UK 1851 #records
 
David, 
Thank you. I am aware of the changes to the area and the various street name changes (e.g. South Street to Chiswell Road to Finsbury Place to Finsbury square, and nowadays Finsbury Park) that took place. However, it is still not clear to me why data previously produced through the  Unified Search as shown by my pdf file no longer comes forward.
Regards,
Ron Peeters (NL)