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Looking for Elizabeth Malone

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Hi
I am unable to trace Elizabeth Malone nee Bridge, she married Peter Malone in 1862 in Birkenhead Cheshire.

The family are in the 1871 census, institution 10. Household 222. piece.
folio 124. page 38.

Also in the 1881 census institution 12a. Piece 3577. folio 11. page 16.

In the 1891 census Peter Malone is on his own as a lodger, or living with a widow. Piece2880. Folio 68. page 25.

In the 1901 census RG 13 piece 3389. folio 64. page 15 Peter Malone is living with one son in 5 Park street, and states he is a widow.
And 5 doors away in 11 Park street, his wife Elizabeth is back living with their other son.
Would like to know why she missed the 1891 census.
Many thaks for any help given
Adam
 

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