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George Razzell

 

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   1495 1.0 George Razzellmale (twin)
Twins Ann and George married brother and sister John and Sarah Dolby
251 Father: Caleb Razzell (baptised 08 Jan 1826 at Horley, Surrey) Parish Reg
300 Mother: Elizabeth Wilkins (baptised 04 May 1828 at Charlwood, Surrey) IGI
Birth: 1853, at Charlwood, SurreyCensus
Baptism: 05 Jun 1853 at Charlwood, SurreyParish Reg

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Additional information: Baptism Record 

Census Details: 1861 1881 1891 1901
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Married: Sarah Dolby  1876BMD
b. about 1852, at Horley, Surrey

Census Details: 1861 1881 1891 1901

   15412.1 Sarah Ann Razzellfemale
Birth: about 1879, at Beckenham, KentCensus
Death: 1884, at Croydon, SurreyBMD

Census Details: 1881

   15262.2 George Razzellmale
Birth: about 1881, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Census Details: 1881 1891 1901

   15272.3 Albert Razzellmale
Birth: about 1882, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901

   15282.4 Frederick Razzellmale
Birth: about 1884, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901

   15292.5 Jesse Razzellmale
Birth: about 1885, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901

 


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