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Christina / Christian MOODIE

DaveHam9

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Hello,

1841 Scotland census
Civil Parish: Clackmannan
County: Clackmannanshire
Address: Clackmannan
MOODIE James 1801 age 40 Engine Keeper Scotland
MOODIE Ann 1801 age 40 Scotland
MOODIE Eliza 1820 age 21 Coal Wheeler Scotland
MOODIE James 1826 age 15 Engine Keeper Scotland
MOODIE Janet 1826 age 15 Scotland
MOODIE Christian 1827 age 14 Scotland
From Death Certificate:
Death: 1859; Milesmark, Inverkeithing, Fife, Scotland; recorded at Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland; Ann Moodie; wife of an engineman; married; age 61; parents Adam Keltie, ship carpenter, deceased and Elizabeth Keltie M.S.Blair, deceased; abcess of kidney; buried at the burying ground, Dunfermline; witness Christina Moodie, daughter.

I'd like a look up for Christina/Christian in 1851 please.

Regards,

Dave
 

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