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William BLACKLEY b. abt 1856 d. abt 1897


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William BLACKLEY b. abt 1856 Liverpool, England d. abt 1897 Paisley, Renfrew

I can't find William's birth but this may be his death:


William is not with his brother Archibald in 1881:

Civil parish Paisley High Church
23, Broomland Street
Katarine McNaught head age 49 born Ireland
Mary Blackley sister age 38 born Ireland
Mary Blackley Mother age 90 born Ireland ? [Isabella]
Archibald Blackley nephew age 30 occ cook born England

Please see if you can find William in 1891 and then not in 1901 and then I'll consider if it is worth spending 5 more credits on SP.



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