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Richard Ives. b.1866. Southwark St George, London


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This chap is lost in 1891 & 1901 census.

His parents are Wright(aka.Henry)Ives & Jane Ives(nee.Piercy).

At home in 1871 & 1881, in High Wycombe, Bucks. and again in 1911, and got married to Elizabeth Mary Wingrove, in 1909, Wycombe.

His father worked in the Furniture trade, as a chair back maker.

Can he be found in those 2 census era's please.

There is a Richard Ives, born Spitalfields, but a doubt that is he, but then again, maybe it is.:confused:

Anyway, thanks for looking.


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