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John WYLIE & family


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CP: Largs
Address: Main St Hanst Wyllies Lane
James Wylie head age 43 occ Employed loom 33 Roys Master Sonsmith? ? [John]
Elizabeth wife age 40 born Largs
Emma Graham Wylie dau age 17 born Largs
Agnes dau age 15 born Largs
James son age 13 born Largs
Elizabeth dau age 11 born Largs
Mar Lane dau age 5 born Largs
Elan Campbell dau age 6 born Largs
Grace Harbeson dau age 5 born Largs
It should be John, a master tinsmith

I'd like a look up please for the family in 1881.



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