QAOur experts answered a query for Susan Jenkins in the February issue of the magazine about her Letts family. Alan Turner had something to add. He had a closer look at the 1911 census and noticed that the L of Letts looked like an S so he looked for a marriage record under Setts and found one for a George Setts in 1891. Although he couldn’t find another marriage for George and Louisa, he did find them in the 1901 census as man and wife, living at James Road Court, Streatham. George is 60, a navvy, born Warlingham in Surrey and Louisa is 36, born in Marylborne (sic). They have a son Henry, four, born Balham. In the 1891 census, George is 50 and living with wife Ann, who is 70, born in Shepperton at Zennor Road, Streatham, and on the 1881 census the couple are living at Bennor Road in Streatham.