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census look up please!!!!!!!!


Would you please look up the following for me (it would really help me with my quest to find the Jones family.

1891/1901 JOHN JONES b 1831 Wales wife SARAH JONES b 1832 Islington (poss children Stephen, James and maybe a few others) It is highly likely that the family were living in Kentish Town, Middlesex.

1891/1901 GEORGE JAMES BRIDGEMAN b 1867 Coombs Suffolk, wife (poss only found on 1901 census) SARAH JANE b 1869 (unsure of where). I think they were still living in the London area around these times

Please accept my sincere thanks for any help you feel you can offer

Sue Horne x

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