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Household of Noah Bereman (born 1844)

1881 England, Wales & Scotland Census in Westminster, London,Middlesex, England

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Noah Bereman's household

Male

Noah

Bereman

Head
Female

Rose

Bereman

Wife
Male

Charles

Bereman

Son
Female

Fanny

Bereman

Daughter
Female

Millie

Bereman

Daughter
Female

Hannah

Bereman

Daughter
Male

Joe

Bereman

Son
Male

Harry

Bereman

Son
Female

Esther

Bereman

Daughter
First name(s) Noah
Last name Bereman
Relationship Head
Marital status Married
Age 37
Birth year 1844
Birth place Poland (Russia)

Household members (9 people)

First name(s)

Last name

Relationship

Marital status

Age

Birth year

Birth place

Full record

Noah

Bereman

Head

Married

37

1844

Poland (Russia)

Rose

Bereman

Wife

Married

36

1845

Poland (Russia)

Charles

Bereman

Son

Single

16

1865

Poland (Russia)

Fanny

Bereman

Daughter

Single

11

1870

Poland (Russia)

Millie

Bereman

Daughter

Single

9

1872

Poland (Russia)

Hannah

Bereman

Daughter

Single

7

1874

Poland (Russia)

Joe

Bereman

Son

Single

5

1876

Poland (Russia)

Harry

Bereman

Son

Single

3

1878

Poland (Russia)

Esther

Bereman

Daughter

Single

1

1880

Soho, Middlesex, England

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