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James Smith ~ Dibden Hampshire


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I found someone very similar in the 1841, 1851 and 1861 census records. Are you sure his father was called John? There are two James, christened within 2 days of each other in Dibden, in the IGI, one to John and Elizabeth, and one to James and Elizabeth. The one in the 1841 is James' son.

If someone could let me know the form WRT copyright etc I'll pass on the details I have found.

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