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   2757 1.0 Edward Vigarmale
2748 Father: John Vigar (born about 1804 at Burstow, Surrey ) Census
2749 Mother: Mary Lucken (born about 1808 at Burstow, Surrey ) Census
Birth: about 1844, at Burstow, SurreyCensus

Pedigree
   2758
Married: Mary Denman  1864BMD
b. about 1842, at Worth, Sussex

Census Details: 1871 1881 1891 1901

   27632.1 Mary Vigarfemale
Birth: about 1869, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1871 1881

   27642.2 Annie Vigarfemale
Birth: 1871, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1871 1881 1901

   27652.3 Jane Vigarfemale
Birth: 1871, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1871

   27592.4 Edward Vigarmale
Birth: about 1874, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1881 1891

   27602.5 Charles Henry Vigarmale
Birth: about 1876, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1881 1891 1901

   27612.6 Robert Vigarmale
Birth: about 1879, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1881 1891 1901

   27622.7 George Arthur Vigarmale
Birth: about 1883, at Worth, SussexCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901

 


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