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Norfolk, Walsingham District, Wells next the Sea, Census Returns, 1891

Document Reference: RG12/1560 Fiche # 4

The original census is in the custody of the Public Record Office. It may also be viewed at the Norfolk Studies section of the Central Norwich Library, and LDS centres. The following abbeviations are used: hd=head, wf=wife, s=son, d=dau, wfs or wfd=wife's son or daughter, sptd=stepdaughter, Mot=Mother, Fat=Father, gs=grandson, gd=granddaughter, serv=servant, MotL or FatL= Mother or Father in Law, sis=sister, br=brother, nec=neice, sonl=son in law, sisl=sister in law, ldg=lodger, vis=Visitor, brd=boarder. The status abbreviations are mar=married, unm=unmarried, wid=Widow(er). Brief details of address are given after occupation.

Transcribed by: Carol Wordingham
Date Added: December 30, 2000

Surname, Forename, AgePosition, Status, OccupationBornFol/Page - No.
COOPER, Hiram, 36crew, mar, Mate on "Blue Jacket"
Wiveton
154
IDDON, Robert, 29Master, unm, Master of "Mary Armstead"
Barton, Lincs
154
ORR, John, 26Master, unm, Master of "Mary Armstead"
Ireland
154
BINNS, William, 28Able seaman, unm, "Mary Armstead"
Ireland
154
BUTON?, Thomas, 18Ordinary seaman, unm, "Mary Armstead"
London
154
JACKSON, Edward, 18Cook, unm, "Mary Armstead"
Holloway, London
154
LEE, George, 51Crew, mar, Master of "Wave"
Knottingley, Yorks
154



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