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From: "Jane Rodda" <>
Subject: RE: [CON] 1851 census - help please
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 15:12:25 -0000
Thanks for that very fast reply. I don't think that applies to this one, she
does have a different surname to the rest, but is the youngest. Have now
copied all the entry to see if it makes more sense.
Tregerrast Lower,John Williams,Head,M,31,,Tin Miner,Sancreed Cornwall,,
,,Elizabeth Williams,Wife,M,,37,Miners Wife,Sancreed Cornwall,,
,,Jemima Williams,Dau,U,,14,Daur,Sancreed Cornwall,,
,,John Williams,Son,,11,,Son,Towednack Cornwall,,
,,Johanna Williams,Dau,,,9,Daur,Sancreed Cornwall,,
,,Elizabeth Williams,Dau,,,8,Daur,Zennor Cornwall,,
,,Margaret Williams,Dau,,,6,Daur,Towednack Cornwall,,
,,Elizabeth Green,Daulaw,,,5,Daur In Law,Madron Cornwall,,
it's just the name Elizabeth seems to follow through the family
thanks again Trish, anyone else can confirm or any other ideas?
From: Patricia [mailto:]
Sent: 31 December 2005 15:05
To: Jane Rodda
Subject: Re: [CON] 1851 census - help please
Daughter/son in law is often used as 'stepdaughter/son.
On 31 Dec 2005, at 14:57, Jane Rodda wrote:
> Hello and Happy New Year to All
> Please can someone advise me on the entry below, taken from the 1851
> This 5 year old is put down as a "Daur in Law" rather young surely!
> I vaguely remember this being asked on the list before and apologies
> for not
> paying proper attention. Is she really Granddaughter??
> Elizabeth Green, Daulaw,,,5,Daur In Law, Madron Cornwall,,
> Thanks for any help
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