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Household of Henry Aspelbee (born 1836, Middlesex)

1881 England, Wales & Scotland Census in Greenwich, London,Kent, England

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Henry Aspelbee's household

Male

Henry

Aspelbee

Head
Female

Francis

Aspelbee

Wife
Male

Henry

Aspelbee

Son
Male

George

Aspelbee

Son
Male

Frank

Aspelbee

Son
Male

John

Aspelbee

Son
Female

Alice

Aspelbee

Niece
Male

William

Hunt

Visitor
First name(s) Henry
Last name Aspelbee
Relationship Head
Marital status Married
Age 45
Birth year 1836
Birth place City of London, Middlesex, England

Household members (8 people)

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Age

Birth year

Birth place

Full record

Henry

Aspelbee

Head

Married

45

1836

City of London, Middlesex, England

Francis

Aspelbee

Wife

Married

45

1836

City of London, Middlesex, England

Henry

Aspelbee

Son

Single

15

1866

City of London, Middlesex, England

George

Aspelbee

Son

Single

13

1868

City of London, Middlesex, England

Frank

Aspelbee

Son

Single

11

1870

City of London, Middlesex, England

John

Aspelbee

Son

Single

8

1873

City of London, Middlesex, England

Alice

Aspelbee

Niece

Single

5

1876

City of London, Middlesex, England

William

Hunt

Visitor

Single

52

1829

City of London, Middlesex, England

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