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Household of Charles Donson (born 1837, Lincolnshire)

1881 England, Wales & Scotland Census in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire,Northamptonshire, England

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Charles Donson's household

Male

Charles

Donson

Head
Female

Eliza

Donson

Wife
Female

Mary A

Donson

Daughter
Male

Edward

Donson

Son
Female

Rosanna

Donson

Daughter
Male

Charles

Donson

Son
Female

Eliza

Donson

Daughter
First name(s) Charles
Last name Donson
Relationship Head
Marital status Married
Age 44
Birth year 1837
Birth place Normanby, Lincolnshire, England

Household members (7 people)

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Age

Birth year

Birth place

Full record

Charles

Donson

Head

Married

44

1837

Normanby, Lincolnshire, England

Eliza

Donson

Wife

Married

43

1838

Branston, Lincolnshire, England

Mary A

Donson

Daughter

Single

22

1859

Branston, Lincolnshire, England

Edward

Donson

Son

Single

20

1861

Branston, Lincolnshire, England

Rosanna

Donson

Daughter

Single

18

1863

Branston, Lincolnshire, England

Charles

Donson

Son

Single

15

1866

Branston, Lincolnshire, England

Eliza

Donson

Daughter

Single

10

1871

Spalding, Lincolnshire, England

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