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1881 Census for Wales Please? - Boase

I have a Boase family who moved from Cornwall to Wales, and 2 of the daughters married in 1874 and 1876, but I am not sure who their spouse's were :confused:

I have a Grace Osborne Boase who married in July/Aug/Sept Quarter 1874 to either William Mends or Charles Tregarthen. (The other lady on the same marriage page was Margaret Dunlop White);

and a Susan Boase who married in 1876 to either William Jenkins or Joseph Locke. (The other lady on the page is Fanny Tanner.)

Both married in Cardiff district, Glamorgan, Monmouthshire.

Could some kind soul check the 1881 census for me for this district and see who was with whom please? Will gladly return the favour when pay day comes around and I can afford another pay per view :)

Many many thanks if anyone can help
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