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From: Adrian Powell <>
Subject: Re: [ENG-MAN] 1851 Salford census look up request
Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 19:51:15 -0500
The 1851 census piece 2223 is part of the water damaged census
returns. I trust that someone with a CD of the water damaged records
will be able to help you.
At 07:36 PM 5/16/06, you wrote:
>Please would a kind list member look up HO 107 2223 page 23 of the 1851
>Salford census. For 1 Grays Court, Salford.
>If you locate it, would you mind sending me a copy, I need to compare the
>actual census page against a transcribed page. Its probably very grainy.
>The family on this page I am interested in is named JONES. The head is named
>John. The person I am interested in was named Thomas. All the other details
>on the transcribed sheet are the correct family. But maybe my relative was
>named John Thomas JONES?
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