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RUMBLE & LAW families in Clavering


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Back to this one now that I have details of parents from shipping record:

As of May 1855
Joshua RUMBLE 55 Farm labourer Clavering, Essex John & Anne Both dead Dissenter Neither
2 sons George at Canterbury & John residence unknown Good None £13 A. I. Act.

Sarah (nee LAW) 49 - Clavering, Essex James & Hannah Law father dead mother at Clavering Dissenter Neither ditto Good None
Hannah 19 Dom. Servant ditto Joshua & Sarah on board ditto ...

To start with I'd like a look up please for Hannah LAW in 1841, 1851 and 1861. James is probably there in 1841 and may or may not be in 1851. Hannah may or may not be there in 1861.


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