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John & Sarah DIXON


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Civil Parish: Crosthwaite and Borrowdale
Ecclesiastical parish: Crosthwaite
County: Cumberland
Registration District: Cockermouth
Sub-RD: Keswick
Address: Village Seathwaite, Crosthwaite
DIXON, John Head Married M 62 1789 Steward of Black Lead Mines Crosthwaite Cumberland
DIXON, Sarah Wife Married F 63 1788 Stewards Wife Crosthwaite Cumberland
DIXON, Jane Daughter Unmarried F 23 1828 Stewards Daughter Crosthwaite Cumberland
John died in 1866 and Sarah in 1870.

I'd like a look up please for the family in 1841 and 1861.



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