The Jaques Family History

This is a site where you can find information about the history of the Jaques family.

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The Jaques Family in the Census

Census Freqency of the Surname Jaques
1841 Census80
1851 Census536
1861 Census759
1871 Census1155
1881 Census1516
1891 Census1323
1901 Census1654
1911 Census2043

Most Frequent Forenames for the Jaques Family in the Census

Name 1841 Census 1851 Census 1861 Census 1881 Census 1871 Census 1891 Census 1901 Census 1911 Census Total
Mary Jaques 7 41 62 87 102 84 87 69
John Jaques 10 42 56 76 100 61 78 86
William Jaques 5 31 56 59 94 72 79 94
Thomas Jaques 3 26 33 44 57 58 53 55
Elizabeth Jaques 4 35 36 53 54 56 50 53
George Jaques 4 23 24 47 53 43 43 49
Sarah Jaques 5 32 51 45 50 30 40 30
James Jaques 3 18 30 33 39 25 33 37
Joseph Jaques 3 15 18 33 39 29 36 29
Charles Jaques 1 8 9 20 29 22 27 37
Henry Jaques 1 13 11 25 30 15 24 23
Alice Jaques 1 8 16 14 17 25 31 43
Arthur Jaques 0 3 6 14 24 26 39 42
Ann Jaques 7 17 25 16 19 18 9 10
Robert Jaques 1 9 20 20 20 19 22 32
Annie Jaques 0 0 4 16 23 29 37 37
Eliza Jaques 2 12 15 26 22 22 13 14
Emma Jaques 2 11 13 21 27 18 27 15
Jane Jaques 1 9 16 20 24 16 14 16
Edward Jaques 1 1 9 16 21 17 23 23

Your Family History Search

You can use the forms below to do automatic searches for the Jaques family online amongst birth, marriage and death records from 1837, plus census transcripts for 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and many more...


Etymology and History of the Surname: Jaques

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Fleet Registers
Before 1754 many marriages were not performed in parish churces due to the need for people to get around the need for banns and other petty regulations. The favourite alternative venue was the Fleet Prison.

 

Women allowed to enter the Medical Profession from 1876
In the 19th Century, a career as a physician was a highly respected following for a man. Yet it was considered outrageous for any woman to pursue a career in that profession.

 

Case Study - Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett
Throughout their 20 month courtship and before getting engaged, Robert and Elizabeth exchanged around 600 letters. This is how their marriage record was found.

 

Case Study: Lawrence Oates
Lawrence Edward Grace Oates saw military service during the Second Boer War, as an officer in the dragoons. He can be found the the 1900 Army List.