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Household of Richard Read (born 1847, Buckinghamshire)

1881 England, Wales & Scotland Census in Islington, London,Middlesex, England

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Richard Read's household

Male

Richard

Read

Head
Female

Susannah

Read

Wife
Male

Charles

Read

Son
Male

Frederick

Read

Son
Female

Susannah

Read

Daughter
Male

Richard

Read

Son
Male

George T

Cleaksealess

Lodger
Female

Emily J

Briddan

Lodger
First name(s) Richard
Last name Read
Relationship Head
Marital status Married
Age 34
Birth year 1847
Birth place Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England

Household members (8 people)

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Age

Birth year

Birth place

Full record

Richard

Read

Head

Married

34

1847

Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England

Susannah

Read

Wife

Married

32

1849

Middlesex, England

Charles

Read

Son

Single

14

1867

Middlesex, England

Frederick

Read

Son

Single

9

1872

Middlesex, England

Susannah

Read

Daughter

Single

3

1878

Middlesex, England

Richard

Read

Son

Single

0

1881

Middlesex, England

George T

Cleaksealess

Lodger

Single

29

1852

Hoxton, Middlesex, England

Emily J

Briddan

Lodger

Single

22

1859

St Luke's, Middlesex, England

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