- [S102] 1851 Census Returns of England and Wales, Home Office, (30 March 1851;), HO 107/2349 f.160 p.5 (Reliability: 3).
Dunn Farm, Low Levels, Hatfield
George Jaques, Head, Mar, 48, Farmer of 78 acres of Land employing 2 Labourers, Lincolns Wroot
Mary Jaques, Wife, Mar, 48, Lincolns Kelfield P of Owston
Samuel Jaques, Son, U, 18, Agl Servant at Home, Lincolns ; Wroot
Joseph Jaques, Son, U, 15, Agl Servant at Home, Lincolns ; Wroot
John Jaques, Son, 10, Agl Servant at Home, Yorks ; Hatfield
Jane H Jaques, Daur, 13, House Servant at Home [crossed through], Yorks Hatfield
Hannah Jaques, Daur, 6, at Home [crossed through], Yorks Hatfield
Robert Goodburn, Son in Law, Mar, 23, Wheelwright, Lincolns Ferry P of Owston
Zillah Goodburn, Dau, Mar, 25, Lincolns Wroot
- [S327] Wroot Parish Registers, (digitised images available on www.lincstothepast.com;), WROOT PAR/1/4 image 28 (Reliability: 3).
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Wroot in the County of Lincoln in the Year 1844
No.342, 28th July, Hannah illigitimate Daughter of Mary Anne Jaques, Levels Parish of Hatfield, Single woman, W Warren
- [S14] Births, Deaths and Marriages Historical Indexes, New South Wales Government (Attorney General & Justice), (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/searchHistoricalRecords.htm;), death registration of Hannah Burden, parents George and Mary, Newtown, 10597/1891 (Reliability: 2).
- [S205] FreeBMD, (www.freebmd.org.uk;), marriages of Richard James Burden and Hannah Jaques share reference Doncaster 9c 901, June quarter 1874 (Reliability: 2).