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1851 Pembroke Dock look up PLEASE
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|Carol in Rochester, New York||Report||30 Sep 2003 14:23|
Searching for George Dennis Polkinghorn(e) born 1st qtr of 1843. Apparently, he does not appear on the Pembroke Dock census returns but could possibly be on the one for Pembroke Dock/St. Mary. Thanking anyone who could break down my brick wall. Carol in Rochester, New York.