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    Following some input from Robert, the following Henry Rouse, seems to be the wrong one. See posts #12 and #13 for
    possibly correct one. - Martyn



    Just posting some general genealogical type info here re Henry Rouse as PC 63L, following up David Orsam's post # 30 on this CB thread:

    http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=10404

    Event: Christening

    Name Henry Rouse
    Gender Male
    Christening Date 12 Mar 1854
    Christening Date (Original) 12 MAR 1854
    Christening Place FELTHAM,LONDON,ENGLAND
    Father's Name Thomas Roberts Rouse
    Mother's Name Ann

    Martyn

  • #2
    Henry Rouse: Census 1881

    Event: Census 1881

    https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q27Z-WZD8

    Name: Henry Rouse
    Event Type: Census
    Event Date: 1881
    Event Place: Isleworth, Middlesex, England
    Registration District: Brentford
    Residence Note: Richmond Cottages
    Gender:Male
    Age: 27
    Marital Status (Original): Married
    Occupation:Police Constable (9th Army Reserve)
    Relationship to Head of Household:Head
    Birth Year (Estimated):1854
    Birthplace Feltham, Middlesex, England

    Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
    Henry Rouse Head M 27 Feltham, Middlesex, England
    Harriet Rouse Wife F 27 Hounslow, Middlesex, England
    Harriet Rouse Daughter F 1 Liverpool, Lancashire, England

    Martyn

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    • #3
      Henry Rouse: Cenus 1891

      Event: Census 1891

      https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q3F8-3MM

      Name: Henry Rouse
      Event Type: Census
      Event Date: 1891
      County: London
      Parish: Greenwich
      Ecclesiastical Parish: CHRISTCHURCH
      Registration District: Greenwich
      Residence Note: George Street North
      Gender: Male
      Age: 37
      Marital Status: Married
      Occupation: Sergeant Of Police
      Relationship to Head of Household:Head
      Birth Year (Estimated): 1854
      Birthplace: Middlesex, England

      Martyn

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      • #4
        Event: Census 1901

        Event: Census 1901

        https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X9ZK-H8P

        Name: Henry Rouse
        Event Type: Census
        Event Date: 31 Mar 1901
        Event Place: Islington, London, Middlesex, England
        County: London, Middlesex
        Civil Parish: Islington
        Ecclesiastical Parish: St Lukes
        Sub-District: Upper Holloway
        Registration District: Islington
        Residence Note: Brecknock Road
        Gender: Male
        Age: 47
        Occupation: METROPOLITAN POLICE INSPECTOR
        Relationship to Head of Household: Head
        Birth Year (Estimated): 1854
        Birthplace: Feetham, Middlesex

        Martyn
        Last edited by Martyn Priestnall; August 1, 2017, 03:01 PM. Reason: Added missing familysearch link.

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        • #5
          Event: Census 1911

          Event: Census 1911

          https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XWLS-K1D

          Name:Henry Rouse
          Event Type: Census
          Event Date: 1911
          Event Place: St Pancras, Kentish Town N W, London, England
          County: London
          Parish: St Pancras
          Sub-District: East St Pancras
          Registration District: St Pancras
          Gender: Male
          Age: 57
          Marital Status (Original): WIDOWER
          Occupation: POLICE PENSIONER NO A
          Birth Year (Estimated): 1854
          Birthplace: Feltham, Middlesex
          Relationship to Head of Household: Head

          Martyn

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          • #6
            Henry Rouse: Links to other people's research.

            Henry Rouse again...

            Interesting info here (including 1888 Blackheath link).
            https://www.red1st.com/axholme/getpe...6&tree=Axholme

            Do check out the rootschat link. There's speculation re 'irish troubles' and Limerick but how valid/important it is...

            Martyn

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            • #7
              Henry Rouse: Very Misc Info!

              George Rouse (Brother of Henry)

              Christening
              https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J3HZ-G2Q

              Census 1881
              https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q27L-WVPK

              Census 1891
              https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:7SC3-BZM

              Census 1901
              https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X92F-6QB

              Census 1911
              https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XWTS-GLY

              Sarah Rouse
              https://www.curiousfox.com/vill100/M...ex30064_1.html

              Pearce family in early 19thC
              https://www.curiousfox.com/vill100/M...ex25997_1.html

              Martyn

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              • #8
                Henry Rouse: Questions, questions...

                Some questions...

                Army career and locations re 'Ninth Army Reserve?
                India, Ireland? Limerick?

                Was role did he play in the military?

                Police career, assignments?

                Was Henry Rouse a Freemason? A good career progression, is a possible marker for a Freemason? If so which lodge etc?

                Martyn

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                • #9
                  Hi Martyn


                  Bit puzzled here. The Henry Rouse on the Casebook thread resigned in 1889.

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                  • #10
                    Puzzlement...

                    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
                    Hi Martyn


                    Bit puzzled here. The Henry Rouse on the Casebook thread resigned in 1889.
                    Hi Robert

                    Thanks for that. News to me.

                    Hopefully someone can clarify that issue!

                    Martyn

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                    • #11
                      Hi Martyn


                      It's in David Orsam's post #30.






                      http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=10404&page=3


                      Also, your Henry Rouse was in R division and then Y, but not L.

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                      • #12
                        If you don't like my principals, I got others...

                        Hi Robert

                        Thanks for info. I guess I didn't read post #30 too well!

                        Just went back to familysearch and found another PC Henry Rouse (someone
                        seems to have sent him to Coventry though).

                        https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q27N-L77W

                        Name: Henry Rouse
                        Event Type: Census
                        Event Date: 1881
                        Event Place: Coventry St Michael With St John, Warwickshire, England
                        Registration District: Coventry
                        Residence Note: Ct 2 Much Park St
                        Gender: Male
                        Age: 28
                        Marital Status (Original): Married
                        Occupation: Police Constable
                        Relationship to Head of Household: Head
                        Birth Year (Estimated): 1853
                        Birthplace Hampton Ivey, Warwickshire, England

                        Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
                        Henry Rouse Head M 28 Hampton Ivey, Warwickshire, England
                        Sarah A Rouse Wife F 24 Meriden, Warwickshire, England
                        Ellen E Rouse Daughter F 0 Coventry, Warwickshire, England

                        I'm hoping someone who has already researched H.R as PC 63L would be happy to share some police record info?

                        I'll keep digging on familysearch etc to look for further candidates in the meanwhile.

                        Appreciate your reponses.

                        Martyn

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                        • #13
                          Hi Martyn


                          Well done, I think you may have found him.


                          When I saw your Midlands policeman (who married Sarah Ann Beasley) I wondered if he may have moved to London and joined the Met - after all, if a serving policeman moves to another part of the country he'll probably join the constabulary there.


                          Sure enough, Henry and Sarah are living in Southwark in 1891. Henry's job is a bit odd - organist out of employment - but maybe he had to retire from the police when he got injured playing Bach.


                          By 1891 there are three more children - Violet Annie, Lilian Florence and Albert Henry, all born in the right place and all with mother's maiden name Beasley.


                          Here are Violet and Florence's baptisms, 1884 Lambeth and 1889 Southwark respectively :
                          Attached Files

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                          • #14
                            Henry Rouse - at last?

                            Hi Robert,

                            Thanks for posting that. That's really cool! I was a bit embarrassed
                            about my intial posts, so hopefully H.R from Warwickshire is the real deal.

                            I started to remember How's expression about half-assed research elsewhere and how you and Debra are both examplar researchers.

                            Glad I might have redeemed myself a bit. I'll take break for H.R.
                            for now but I'll resume later and see if I can add to Warwickshire Rouse.

                            I updated the OP to point to posts #12 and #13 for other peoples benefit.

                            Thanks and regards,
                            Martyn

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                            • #15
                              Hi Martyn


                              No worries, we've all barked up the wrong tree at some time.

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