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EVERSFIELD family in Portsea


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1861 U.K Census
Civil Parish: Portsea
Town: Portsea
County: Hampshire
Address: 27 Hanover street
EVERSFIELD Louisa, head (W) 1801 age 60 Independant Portsea, Hampshire
EVERSFIELD Louisa C, daur 1834 age 27 Sussex
EVERSFIELD Alfred Lys, son 1836 age 25 Assistant Pay Master R N Isle of Wight, Cowes
EVERSFIELD Annie L, grandson ? 1858 age 3 South America, Risde Janein
KEATES Mary A, servant 1845 age 16 Cans Shaftesbury, Dorset

I'd like a look up for this family in 1851 please. They were living in Hanover street in 1841.




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