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BLACKLEY & variants

DaveHam9

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Hello,

I'm looking for the death of a Thomas BLACKLEY (my gg grandfather) born Ireland abt 1830 who died after the 1901 census.

Variants include BLAIKLEY, BLAKELEY, BLAKLEY, BRAKLEY, BRACKLEY, BLEKLEY...

There are these four deaths:

Deaths Sep 1902
BLAKLEY Thomas 78 Wigan 8c 67

Deaths Mar 1910
BLAKELEY Thomas 77 Wakefield 9c 10

Deaths Jun 1911
Blackley Thomas 78 Salford 8d 9
Blakeley Thomas 80 Bedford 3b 156


Please see if all four can be found in 1901. Thanks. I hope some of the above can be eliminated.

Regards,

Dave
 
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