I think this could possibly be Thomas in the 1841 census.
parish of Haverfordwest St Mary enumeration district 12 page 12
John Morse 45 Army Serjeant not born in county
Jane Morse 45
Richard Morse 20 Shoem J
James Morse 15 Shoem App
Elizabeth Morse 15
George Morse 13
Thomas Morse 11
William Morse 9
John Morse 5
Charles Morse 3
wife Jane and all the children were all born in the county of Pem.
(Note : in 1841 all the adult ages are rounded down to the nearest 5
John Morse married Jane Evans in St Mary's Haverfordwest Nov 22 1814
Here is the family in the 1851 census
Haverfordwest St Mary parish enumeration district 4C Folio 124 page 12
John Morse HD M 54 Gen Lab born SOM Bristol
Jane Morse WI M 54 PEM Haverfordwest
James Morse SO U 26 Shoemaker Jmn " "
Thomas Morse SO U 19 General Lab " "
William Morse SO U 16 Currier App " "
John Morse SO 13 scholar " "
Charles Morse SO 11 scholar " "
Edward Morse SO 7 scholar " "
Son Richard is now married but living nearby
Folio 119 page 3 schedule 11
Richard Morse HD M 33 Shoemaker Jmn PEM Haverfordwest
Elizabeth WI M 35 " "
George Rees SO U 5 " "
Mary E DA U 3 " "
Charles S SO U 1 " "
George R BR U 20 Shoemaker App " "
I hope this helps
In message <001e01c1017d$18607940$6fb27ad5@oemcomputer>, Chrisnfrank
Have just joined to society and wonder if anyone knows of or is connected to
Thomas & Martha MORSE who lived in Dew Street, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire when
the 1881 cencus was taken. They had four children living at home at that time
Jane b 1861, Cornelius b 1867, Edith b 1871 and Beatrice b 1874, there could
possibly be more children as I have been told that he came from a large family.
Cornelius was my grandfather who moved to England when he was in his teens and
lost touch with his family.
Any info would be most grateful.
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