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Norfolk - 1861 census on FreeCen

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♥ Cherie ♥

♥ Cherie ♥ Report 26 Feb 2005 12:37

For all those researching in Norfolk, the following two pieces have been added to the Freecen online database. RG09/1239 Shipdham which covers the following villages, Cranworth, Letton, Shipdham, Southburgh, Westfield, Whinbergh, Wood Rising RG09/1255 Kings Lynn North which covers the following parishes, Kings Lynn, North End and St Margaret. These are, of course, available to view for free on www(.)freecen(.)org(.)uk Remove brackets. Happy hunting! Cherie