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Francis Newby Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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|Rachel||Report||25 Jan 2013 21:33|
Being thick I know, but I am trying to find Francis Newby, born 1801, retired taylor on the census,married to Sarah Newby,considerably his junior, Great Yarmouth Norfolk. Well I have got him aged 70 and 80, but no idea how to work back from there. He may be married to a Mary Newby born 1796- but as he is then in Suffolk (alhtough just a few miles from where I found him last) it might not be him. Anyone else got him please, no idea what to do from here.........................