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Robert Lawson


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   2522 1.0 Robert Lawsonmale
Listed in Shoreditch in 1851 census, with his family, as well as in Desborough with in-laws
2520 Father: Christian Lawson   b. before 1794
2521 Mother: Ann [not known]   b. before 1794
Birth: 08 Jan 1812, at Bethnal Green, LondonIGI
Baptism: 22 Mar 1812 at St Matthew, Bethnal Green, LondonIGI

Married: Mary Essam  before 1836Est. from child
b. about 1813, at St Pancras, London

   78492.1 Edward Wentworth Lawsonmale
Birth: about 1836, at Mile End New Town, LondonCensus

   78502.2 Charles Christian Lawsonmale
Birth: about 1838, at Shoreditch, LondonCensus

   78512.3 Mary Ann Lawsonfemale
Birth: about 1839, at Shoreditch, LondonCensus

   78542.4 Sarah Lawsonfemale
Birth: about Oct 1840, at Shoreditch, LondonCensus

   78522.5 Robert Lawsonmale
Birth: about 1843, at Shoreditch, LondonCensus

   69902.6 Louisa Lawsonfemale
Birth: about 1849, at Shoreditch, LondonCensus

   78532.7 Joseph Ephraim Lawsonmale
Birth: about Dec 1850, at Shoreditch, LondonCensus



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