1851 British Census at 349 High Street, Cheltenham, Gloucester, England
Jacob Silk Head M 30 Miserdine Grocer [s/o Isaac & Sarah Silk] Martha Silk Wife M 32 Bisley, Glouc [Martha Damsell] Mary Anne Silk Dau 6 Cheltenham Scholar Hannah Maria Tanner Servant U 20 Cheltenham Miserdine is another spelling of Miserden. www.jearnshaw.me.uk/sue/102.htm
1851 British Census at Carterspiece, Parish of English Bicknor, Gloucestershire, England
Samuel Damsell Head M 36 Bisley, Glos. Out of Business Anngelina Damsell Wife M 27 Worcester, Worc. Ladies Seminary Charles Damsell Son 5 English Bicknor, Glos. Edwin Silk 8 Bisley, Glos Scholar Elizabeth Silk 5 Cheltenham, Glos. Scholar Ellen Child 8 London Scholar Hanna Nash Serv U 21 West Dean, Glos. Elizabeth Harris 6 Rockfield, Mon. Ann Harris 2 English Bicknor, Glos.
concerned Baltimorean: Please get him some mental health help
Aug 21, 2017 10:46:32 GMT
concerned Baltimorean: If you are watching the news It's nothing but what can we say good about the blacks. Shameful Go ahead tear Some more cities up You will be rewarded for you actions. Fuk America blow this hellhole to kingdom come
Aug 21, 2017 10:46:20 GMT
concerned Baltimorean: Hi- I'm trying to find the family of Albert Silk of Baltimore Maryland and attended Patterson Senior HIgh and CCBC. He's posting bonkers, racist stuff on Facebook- since I can't post a photo, here's a sample post:
Aug 21, 2017 10:46:14 GMT
lizjames: If anybody has a link to the Silk family that eventually lived in Blaina Gwent or Monmouthshire, the Silk commission for Welsh Devolution was written by a member of this branch of the family. Sir Paul Silk.
Jul 7, 2017 20:02:36 GMT
daniel walpole silk: Searching for information please
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