1851 Census

CountyPeeblesshire
ParishPeebles
Enumeration Book2
Page3
Schedule12
Town/VillagePeebles
AddressBridgegate
Location Notessouth side, house at east end
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NameOther NameRelationshipConditionAgeSexOccupationBirthplace 18411861Notes 
Helen Ballantine HeadUnmarried51FTripe DealerPeebles, Peebles LinkLink 
Name Helen Ballantine
Other Name
Relationship Head
Condition Unmarried
Age 51
Sex F
Occupation Tripe Dealer
Birthplace Peebles, Peebles
Notes
1841 Census Link
1861 Census Link
Janet SimpsonTaitDaughterMarried22FCattle Drover's wifePeebles, Peebles Linkmarried Robert Simpson 6 June 1847 at Peebles
Name Janet Simpson
Other Name Tait
Relationship Daughter
Condition Married
Age 22
Sex F
Occupation Cattle Drover's wife
Birthplace Peebles, Peebles
Notes married Robert Simpson 6 June 1847 at Peebles
1841 Census Link
1861 Census
Henry Simpson Grand Son 2M Peebles, Peebles Not Alive 
Name Henry Simpson
Other Name
Relationship Grand Son
Condition
Age 2
Sex M
Occupation
Birthplace Peebles, Peebles
Notes
1841 Census Not Alive
1861 Census
Elizabeth Simpson Grand Daur 1F Peebles, Peebles Not Alive 
Name Elizabeth Simpson
Other Name
Relationship Grand Daur
Condition
Age 1
Sex F
Occupation
Birthplace Peebles, Peebles
Notes
1841 Census Not Alive
1861 Census



Source Citation
1851 Census, Parish of Peebles, Peeblesshire, Enumeration Book 2, Page 3; Index, Scottish Indexes (https://www.scottishindexes.com/51transcript.aspx?houseid=76802012: accessed 28 Jun 2022); Original Source: 1851 Scotland Census, National Records of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

N.B. Notes which appear in italics above do not appear in the original records and are supplied from our own research. Alternative surnames (also in italics) have been either inferred as a possibility from the context of the record itself or supplied from other research. The idea behind this is to make it easier to find individuals who may have had more than one surname, but should not to be taken as evidence that the alternative surname shown ever applied to that person.

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