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|Helen||Report||20 Apr 2003 21:45|
Lynne Could it be on the 1901 Census as Gilroy? - lots of entries have spelling mistakes and this would be an obvious one. There are about twenty William Gilroys aged 0-20 on there, mainly in the North East of England. The 1901 Census also lists one William Gilray aged 17, in Gateshead.