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 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
 John TURNER   Head   W   Male   64   Walton Le Dale, Lancashire, England   Cotton Mill Engine Driver    
 Thomas TURNER   Son   U   Male   21   Walton Le Dale, Lancashire, England   Cotton Mill Stoker (Unemployed)    
 Margaret TURNER   Daur   U   Female   24   Walton Le Dale, Lancashire, England   Cotton Weaver    
 John TURNER   Son   U   Male   16   Walton Le Dale, Lancashire, England   General Labopurer    
 Christopher TURNER   Son      Male   10   Walton Le Dale, Lancashire, England   Scholar & Newsboy    


 


Source Information:
 

  Dwelling   5 Opp Police Station
  Census Place Walton Le Dale, Lancashire, England
  Family History Library Film   1342015
  Public Records Office Reference   RG11
  Piece / Folio   4242 / 9
  Page Number   11

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