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Bicknell-1080 (Thomas Bicknell, 1759-1843 approx) has 11 children that need to be added
A Gaggle of George Bicknells (in approximate birth date order)
Question: Who do any of these George Bicknells belong to? (Found while researching Bicknell-992)
George Bicknell, born about 1808 in Stockton, Warwickshire, appears in the 1861 census widowed, with sons Thomas (10) and Charles John (8).
George Bicknell, born about 1814 in Bishops Itchington, age 47, wife Sarah, 44, children George, William, Joseph, Thomas, Sarah, found in the 1861 census.
Bicknell-1169 - George, in the 1851 census, age 36, estimated birth year about 1815, born at Bishops Itchington, Warwickshire, spouse Jane, children Emma, George, William and Joseph. Occupation: Ag labor
George, 1861 census, born about 1817 in Southam, occupation servant. https://search.ancestrylibrary.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=8767&h=23807571&tid=&pid=&queryId=de49dd03e7d43f84b1f662f52e4032a1&usePUB=true&_phsrc=SxP867&_phstart=successSource
Bicknell-1124 - George, baptized 16 Feb 1817 at Southam, Warwickshire, parents Thos. and Anne
Probably not the same guy - 1841census, Bulkington, Nuneaton (apparent) wife Hannah, children Thomas and John, estimated birth year 1817-1821  This looks more like Bicknell-1090, who was NOT born in Warwickshire. Except this does not match the 1841 census linked from this profile. This George was born in Bulkington and is married to someone named Hannah.
A George Bicknell, age 40, estimated birth year 1822, born in Stockton, Warwickshire, wife Sarah, age 29, daughter Ann (5) and son Thomas (1), found in the 1851 census.
George Bicknell born at Long Itchington estimated 1832, found at age 19 in the 1851 census, unmarried, one of 3 servants in the Whittington household at Wootton Wawen, Warwickshire. This MIGHT belong to Bicknell-1137.
Bicknell-1148 - George, baptism 1833 Baptized 2 Jun 1833, Parents: George and Ann - His baptism record is attached to the Ancestry profile for a different George (Bicknell-1137).
Bicknell-1137 - George, christening 1834, parents were William (1806-1881) and Elizabeth (1807). 1841 Census
George Bicknell, born about 1836 in Long Itchington, married to Emma Attwood (maiden name Young, father John).  This is the same George who was married to Sarah Chater who died in 1879; he married Emma in 1881.
Found to still be married to Emma at the time of the 1891 census. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:WPSG-R6Z
She was married 3 times . George was husband #2.
This is either not the same George, or he's assigned to the wrong parents. Or George and Ann are the right parents and Abraham and Mary are the wrong ones.
George Bicknell (1837-1917), yet another Southam George. 
George Bicknell, born about 1848 in Foleshill, Warwickshire, parents Henry and Elizabeth, age 13 in the 1861 census
Lots of John Bicknells
John Bicknell, parents William and Elizabeth, born about 1829 in Long Itchington, residing at Southam with parents at time of 1851 census.
John Bicknell, born approx 1825 at Bishops Itchington, unmarried ag laborer, age 26 in the 1851 census, sharing space with Elizabeth Haynes (25) and her 1-year-old daughter Mary Ann Haynes.
John, born approx 1834 at Southam, appears in the 1861 census with mother Mary and younger sister Phoebe.
Tons of Thomas Bicknells Thomas, age 59, born in Cubbington, Warwickshire, married to Ann age 60 1861census
Henry, born about 1810, found in the 1861 census to have twin sons Thomas and George, age 13 in 1861 so born about 1848 in Foleshill, Warwickshire.
An entire family Richard, born about 1804; wife Sarah, son John (estimated 1833), daughter Jane, all appear together in the 1861 census.
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