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1841 Census in Kensington

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1841 Census in Kensington

Posted: 1369436722000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Corbut, Bryant
Does anyone know if there are pages missing from the 1841 census in Kensington? I have the Bryant and Corbut families who are from Kensington and were living at Earls Court in 1820 and 1842 and I cannot find anyone from either family in the 1841 census. I found a few people on other records who could possibly be related, but none of them show up on the 1841 census anywhere either.
John James Corbut was born there in 1820 to John and Elizabeth Carpenter Corbut and he married Elizabeth Bryant, daughter of Joseph Bryant 25 Dec 1842 at the St. Mary Abotts Church in Kensington where he was baptized. At least two children were born there in 1843 and 1845 before they emigrated in 1846.
John Corbut was a gardener for the Kensington Palace grounds and Joseph Bryant was a Brewers Servant in 1842 according to their children's marriage certificate and they were both residents of Earls Court or Street.
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