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1891 census lookup for Riches

pee wee

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Would someone be able to a lookup for Benjamin Riches B1858 Leziate, Norfolk.
He should be with his wife Susannah B1858 Magdalen, Norfolk & at least 6 children
James B1879
Agnes B1881
Benjamin B1883
Mary B1885
George B1888
Edith B1890

I found them on the 1881 census with children James & Agnes.
I also found them on the 1901 census with another 5 children.

If someone could do a look up on the 1891 census for me & let me know where they were it would be a great help.

Cheers Peta
 

pee wee

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Hi Julie, :D

Thanks for that. Could you tell me what it said about Herbert. According to what I wrote down from the 1901 census he wasn't born till 1892 & I had thought I had found a corresponding birth for him in Q1 1892 in Kettering. :confused: Could be I have the wrong Herbert.:rolleyes:

Cheers Peta
 

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Hi Peta,

Sorry for the delay. At the moment cannot access the census image error processing request so only the transcription. Herbert Riches, brother, born abt 1870 Leget Norfolk.
 

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