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Subject: Re: [YORKSGEN] 1891 census - Help with reading occupation
Date: Wed, 09 Sep 2009 10:27:42 -0400
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Nivard,

yes you are right and my typing needs to slow down a little :)

Thank you one and all for the on and off list replies.? It is Brush Weaver by concensus and by checking further back.

Rob




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Subject: Re: [YORKSGEN] 1891 census - Help with reading occupation









I suspect it was Annie CUNINGHAM rather than CUNNIGHAM <vbg>?
?

The occupation looks like Hair Weaver to me as is the daughter Mary below
her?
?

The statistician has added the word "Brush" which suggests the hair was used
for making some sort of brush?
?

Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK)?
?


> If there are any list members with Ancestry subs could they take a look at
> RG12/3814 Folio 89 page 21.? I am after the occupation of Annie CUNNIGHAM
> the wife of Herbert she is aged 33 and he 34.? They have 6 children living
> with them also.?

>?

> many thanks?

>?

> Rob?
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