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From: "Vincent E. Summers" <>
Subject: Re: [Phly-Rts] New News on CERONIO -- I've Found Two of the Sons
Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2009 15:36:42 -0500
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It was worth a shot, Liane. I don't believe it fits, though. Wish I
knew what the colony was.
It is remotely a possibility...

Thanks,
Vince

On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 3:15 PM, lfenimore <> wrote:
> Vince,
>
> Don't know if this is at all useful but - given the unusual name - there is
> this on the 1851 English census:
>
> 87 Clarence Rd, Blean, Kent
>
> Mary CERONIO  head  widow  56  fundholder, b. British Colony
> May Rafferty  servant unm 53  cook b Galway IRE
> May Rafferty  servant unm 13  housemaid b Cripplegate, LON
>
> Mary is also on the 1841 census:
>
> She is in Marylebone, London, Crescent Place [just off Mornington Crescent]:
>
> Mary CERONIO  42  Ind [independent means] N [not b in county]
> Mary Rafferty  50 [ages were usually rounded down, so 45-49] FS, b IRE
> Mary Hallen  14 FS b IRE
>
> It is not clear but they may be in the household [and certainly in the same
> building as and the next apt to] Luiz Pinto de Several, 30, attache to the
> Portuguese legation and his wife.
>
> Liane Fenimore
>
>
>
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