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1851
Civil Parish: Paisley High Church
County: Renfrewshire
ED: 4B
Roll: CSSCT1851_123 Page 7
Address: 12 Newton St
Isabela Jack 50 Housekeeper Stirling, High Parish [Paisley]
Graham Jack son 18 Hand loom weaver Paisley
William Jack son 16 Hand loom weaver Paisley
Alexn Jack son 27 Hand loom weaver Paisley
Mrs. Jack D-in-L 28 Weavers pern winder Ireland
Mary Jack G'dau 10 Paisley


Spouse could be Agnes and daughter Mary might be 10 months not 10 years old.

I'd like a look up please for Alexander and family in 1861.

Thanks,

Dave
 

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