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CLARK at Skipton?

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1851
HO107 Piece 2371 Folio 74 Page 7
Civil Parish: ?
County: Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration District: Thirsk
Sub-RD: ?
ED: 7
No of Schedule: 27
Address: ?
Eliza Clark Head Unm 42 Farmer of 320A Employing 9 Out & 3 Indoor Lab Ellerton Yorkshire
Frances Clark Head Unm 41 Ellerton Yorkshire
Elizabeth Clark Sister-in-law Mar 35 Huddersfield Yorkshire
Grace Clark Niece 2 Huddersfield Yorkshire
+ servants


What do the various transcriptions have for parish, town, sub-RD and address for this one?

Somewhere Topcliffe comes into it either as parish or village or sub-RD ??

If the parish is Skipton how can the sub-RD be Topcliffe?

The image on A... has the town as Skipton and nothing else on the top of page 7.

Thanks,

Dave
 

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