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Florence Anne Jane Reeves

 

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   5019 1.0 Florence Anne Jane Reevesfemale
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Census Details: 1891
   4258
Married: Percy Goldwin Belfour  1880BMD
b. 22 Jul 1853, at Paddington, London

Census Details: 1891

   50202.1 Algernon Okey Belfourmale
Birth: 18 Oct 1882, at Laleham, MiddlesexParish Reg
Baptism: 23 Nov 1882 at Parish Church, Laleham, MiddlesexParish Reg

Additional information: Baptism Record 

Census Details: 1891

   50212.2 Sibyl Goldwin Belfourfemale
Birth: 1887, at Laleham, MiddlesexCensus

Additional information: Marriage Record 

Census Details: 1891
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Married: James George Hay  at Parish Church, Laleham, Middlesex 20 Apr 1907Mrg Cert
b. 1879, at Edinburgh, Scotland

 


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