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1871
RG10 Piece 1291 Folio 55 Page 1
Civil Parish: White Waltham
County: Berkshire
Registration District: Cookham
Sub-RD: Bray
ED: 11
No of Schedule: 5
Address: Waltham St
Mary Lee Head Widow 57 Beerhouse Keeper Amersham Bucks
Catherine Lee Dau Unm 18 White Waltham
Emma Lee Dau 17 White Waltham
Frank Lee Son 15 Unemployed White Waltham
Sarah Lee Dau 11 Scholar White Waltham
Peter Taylor Lodger Mar 50 Plasterer Gloucestershire


Looking for the family in 1881 and a death for Mary Lee.

Thanks,

Dave
 

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