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George and Alice FERRIER


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Marriage 1870 Inveresk, Midlothian

Registration Number: 685/2
Registration District: St Andrew
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Mary
County: Midlothian
ED: 75
Household schedule number: 34
Roll: CSSCT1881_286 Page 5
Address: 18 Claremont Ter.
Geo S Ferrier Head 30 Accountant
Annie Ferrier Wife 30
Jane Ferrier dau 9
John Ferrier son 8 Inveresk, Mid Lothian
Jessie Ferrier dau 6
David W Ferrier son 2
Annie A Ferrier dau 6 Mos
Marjory T Anderson 20
Janet Hamilton 16

I'd like a look up please for George and Alice in 1871.


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