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Help with Yorkshire census 1841 and 1851
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|David||Report||14 Jun 2004 19:44|
I wonder if anyone is able to help with a census lookup.? Looking for Martha Street (aged about 67) at Whiston in 1841. Looking for William Street (aged 28) and his wife Sophia (aged 25) on the 1841 census and aged 38 and 35 on the 1851 census. These could be either at Whiston or Brinsworth. Roy White