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Julia Stevens 1881

p.risboy

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Could I have some help please.

Julia Stevens b.1881. Meadle, Monks Risborough ( or Riseborough), Bucks.

I have her in 'service' in 1901, in Princes Risborough.

I have the rest of her family in 1891, but no Julia.

George Stevens. 1851. father
Ruth Stevens. 1856. mother.

Thanks.

Steve.:)
 

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Hi,
I don't know where you got your Census info from for 1891 because on the site I use Julia is there with the rest of the family.
RG12/1142/F99/p15
Meadle, Monks Risborough

George Stevens 39 Ag Lab
Ruth 36 wife
Julia 9 dau
William 7 son
Frederick 4 son
Hilda 2 dau
John 10mths son

All born Medale except Ruth born Ilmer.

Cheers,
Emeltee
 

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Hi,
I don't know where you got your Census info from for 1891 because on the site I use Julia is there with the rest of the family.
RG12/1142/F99/p15
Meadle, Monks Risborough

George Stevens 39 Ag Lab
Ruth 36 wife
Julia 9 dau
William 7 son
Frederick 4 son
Hilda 2 dau
John 10mths son

All born Medale except Ruth born Ilmer.

Cheers,
Emeltee

What can I say Emeltee.
If I had looked at the original, I would have seen her. She was transcribed as John. I should have realised, because her siblings suffered also at the hands of the transcribers.

Thankyou for that.

Steve.redf) redf)
 

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