In a self-deleted answer to Tracing Hitchcox migration Liverpool-Adelaide in 1854 on ships Constance and Antelope? user @GinnyButler mentioned that:
On the 1841 census we find Joseph Brown Lever is working for Joseph Ansell in his shop. His mother Letitia Lever is staying there too. Presumably as a visitor.
Joseph Brown Lever later married my 2nd great grand aunt Alithea Hitchcox but I have not been able to locate him in the 1841 (or 1861) England Census. Perhaps Joseph Ansell is her uncle Joseph Anslow or her great uncle of the same name. Searching for Letitia Lever and Joseph Ansell has not helped me find the 1841 record either.
The information above suggests that the 1841 record has been found and it is one that I would like to review because I am curious about how Alithea from Wheaton Aston near Lapley, Staffordshire came to marry Joseph Lever Brown from Raunds, Northamptonshire.
Where was Joseph Brown Lever for the 1841 England Census?