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|Joanne||Report||19 Dec 2002 11:48|
For Heidi Perry, The reason you can't find the 1901 census entry for Armon Nunn is that the family has been transcribed with the surname MUNN Although I haven't looked at the actual census image, I used the 1901 census extractor to pull all the family members off the site there are: Armon Munn Head 34 Carman In Corporation Employ Suffolk Hessett Jane Munn Wife 29 Essex Bergholt Sydney Munn 7 Essex Forestgate Stanley Munn 6 Essex West Ham Jessie Munn 4 Norfolk Fakenham Milly Munn 1 Essex West Ham They are all in the West Ham Area Piece Number 1569 Folio 182 Hope this helps Jo Corless