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|Monica||Report||25 May 2003 17:12|
Susan Burman Sorry about your elbows-how did you break both? Last week 2 of my kids broke bones and now hubby has done his ankle in! I have found Edwin riddle on the 1881 census with dad george, mum Sarah and loads of siblings- go to www.familysearchdotorg, go to( however you are managing- the mind boggles!) 1881 uk census tpe in Edwin Riddle Dorset and he comes up the first entry c 1875, click on his name and then household and you get all his family their address and all for free! Good luck!