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Workhouse Records

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I realise that this is a mammoth request but can anyone help me out here please?

I am transcribing the records for the Leigh Union Workhouse and have done the years 1911, 1901, 1891 & 1881 but the copies I have been given for 1871 and 1861 are unreadable.

The census record numbers are R.G.9 / 2804 and R.G.10 / 3915.

The info I am looking for is Name, Age, Status Quo, Occupation & Birthplace.

It is so frustrating to have done so much work and not to be able to complete my project.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Cheers,
Pettra
 

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