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Hannah JOYCE


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1831 Jun 5, Hannah, f, d/o Alfred & Harriet Joyce, Kilmersdon, yeoman

RG9 1683 5A ??
Civil Parish: English Combe
County: Somerset
Registration District: Bath
Sub-RD: Twerton
Address: Haycombe farm, Englishcombe
George Joyce Head 45 Farmer of 46 acres Kilmersdon
Hariet Joyce mother 65 Independent Kilmersdon
Hannah Ford sister 28 Farmer's wife Kilmersdon
Sarah Florence Ford niece 2 Bath

Hannah married in 1857 hence married name in 1861.

I'd like a look up please for Hannah and the JOYCE family in 1851 and 1841.