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Household of William Warner (born 1845, Hertfordshire)

1881 England, Wales & Scotland Census in Epping, Essex, England

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William Warner's household

Male

William

Warner

Head
Female

Martha

Warner

Wife
Male

James Arthur

Warner

Son
Female

Ada Jane

Warner

Daughter
Female

Alice Amelia

Warner

Daughter
Male

George Edd

Warner

Son
Male

Fredrick Saml

Warner

Son
First name(s) William
Last name Warner
Relationship Head
Marital status Married
Age 36
Birth year 1845
Birth place Stanstead, Hertfordshire, England

Household members (7 people)

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Age

Birth year

Birth place

Full record

William

Warner

Head

Married

36

1845

Stanstead, Hertfordshire, England

Martha

Warner

Wife

Married

32

1849

Stanstead, Hertfordshire, England

James Arthur

Warner

Son

Single

12

1869

Stanstead, Hertfordshire, England

Ada Jane

Warner

Daughter

Single

9

1872

Stanstead, Hertfordshire, England

Alice Amelia

Warner

Daughter

Single

6

1875

Stanstead, Hertfordshire, England

George Edd

Warner

Son

Single

4

1877

Ware, Hertfordshire, England

Fredrick Saml

Warner

Son

Single

0

1881

Loughton, Essex, England

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