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From: "Carlisle" <>
Subject: Re: TWICE in the 1881 census?
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 20:48:13 +0100
Yes, I have had the same experience. A young man who is shown as being
with his mother and sisters, and he is also shown at another address with
his wife! I of course am having a terrific time thinking of the reasons
behind this. Has the mother added him without thinking, perhaps he was
newly married? On the other hand, is he living with someone, pretending
she is his wife? Has he not told Mama????? Family History does bring up
some lovely enigmas, doesn't it.
Helen, West Sussex, UK
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From: "Ruth Aylett" <>
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 8:20 PM
Subject: TWICE in the 1881 census?
> After various people who seem to have escaped the 1881 census I now seem
> have someone who appears twice, once in Essex with wife and mother in law
> and once in London in same house with brother and family. The evidence for
> it being the same guy is too long to inflict on you unless you are
> interested, my question is whether anyone else has come across this?
> Ruth Aylett Professor of Intelligent Virtual Environments
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