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Robert CRAWFORD junior

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1861
Registration No: 651/1
Registration District: Airdrie
Civil Parish: New Monkland
County: Lanarkshire
Roll: CSSCT1861_117
ED: 20
Schedule No: 47
Address: 104
Robert Crawford Head 48
Jean Crawford Wife 44
John Crawford 18
James Crawford 16
Robert Crawford son 14 Baker Airdrie, Lanarkshire
George Crawford 11
William Crawford 8
Alexander Crawford

Looking for the family in 1871 and Robert junior possibly in 1871 (or he had already left for Australia - arrival not found yet).

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Dave
 

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