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Household of John Ward (born 1849, Carltonin Lindrick Nottinghamshire)

1911 Census For England & Wales in Salford, Lancashire

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John Ward's household

Male

John

Ward

Head
Female

Ann

Ward

Wife
Male

Charley

Ward

Son
Male

Thomas

Ward

Son
Female

Sarah

Ward

Daughter
Female

Ellen

Ward

Daughter
Female

Jane Ann

Roper

Sister
Female

Elizabeth

Dixon

Niece
Female

Jessie

Ward

Granddaughter
First name(s) John
Last name Ward
Relationship Head
Marital status Married
Age 62
Birth year 1849
Birth place Carltonin Lindrick Nottinghamshire

Household members (9 people)

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Age

Birth year

Birth place

Full record

John

Ward

Head

Married

62

1849

Carltonin Lindrick Nottinghamshire

Ann

Ward

Wife

Married

59

1852

Halse Northampton

Charley

Ward

Son

Sinle

32

1879

Manchester Lancs

Thomas

Ward

Son

Single

26

1885

Manchester Lancs

Sarah

Ward

Daughter

Single

23

1888

Manchester Lancs

Ellen

Ward

Daughter

Single

20

1891

-

Jane Ann

Roper

Sister

Married

60

1851

Carlton in Lindrick Nottinghamshire

Elizabeth

Dixon

Niece

Single

31

1880

Manchester Lancs

Jessie

Ward

Granddaughter

-

5

1906

Buckley Wales

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