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1841 / 1851 CENSUS FOR CAMBERWELL. Can anyone help
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|John||Report||31 May 2004 11:58|
Hi All, Can anyone help on the 1841 Census. My G / G Grandmother was born c1837 CAMBERWELL,(re - 1871 Census), not yet been able to find b.c........ On her marriage certificate,1871, it has Joseph Sadler as her father, do not know mother's name unfortunately. Would like if possible to locate JOSEPH SADLER, Occupation Carpenter (as m.c details of 1871), have no idea of age, - MOTHER ????? and of course daughter CHARLOTTE SADLER - on the 1841 census age approx 5, and on 1851 approx 15 yrs of age. Many Thanks if anyone can help, J.C.