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|♥Athena||Report||28 Jul 2005 09:23|
ELIZA MILLSON b1845 I have just discovered a Millson connection to my family tree. She was one of my grt grt grandmothers. She was born in Berkshire and I have found her on the 1861 census living in Thatcham, Berks and working as a house servant. Then at some point in the 1860s she travelled to London, met and married Samuel James Clark at St Giles (1866) and had at least 7 children by him (found on the 1891 census - cannot find family on 1871/81). Was just wondering if anyone out there has any Millson families originating from Berkshire, or if anyone is aware of an Eliza Millson bc1845 Berkshire. Kind regards - Leah