Douglas in Anglesey in 1851

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Holyhead census - 1851
First Last DOB Address Occupation District Ref
Hugh Douglas 1807 Cybi St Blacksmith SCT 542
Mary Douglas 1810 Cybi St Wife AGY Holyhead 549
Hugh King Douglas 1828 Cybi St Nephew/Blacksmith SCT 543
Ellinor Douglas 1831 Cybi St - AGY Holyhead 538
Hugh Douglas 1832 Cybi St Apprentice AGY Holyhead 541
Owen Douglas 1835 Cybi St Apprentice AGY Holyhead 550
John Douglas 1837 Cybi St Scholar AGY Holyhead 547
William Douglas 1840 Cybi St Scholar AGY Holyhead 551
Elizabeth Douglas 1846 Cybi St - AGY Holyhead 537
Fanny Douglas 1816 Old Croft St Wife AGY Holyhead 539
Frances A Douglas 1836 Old Croft St - AGY Holyhead 540
Jennet Douglas 1839 Old Croft St Scholar AGY Holyhead 546
Mary Douglas 1846 Old Croft St Scholar AGY Holyhead 548
William Douglas 1813 Stanley Row Engineer SCT 553
Catherine Douglas 1816 Stanley Row Wife SCT 536
William Douglas 1840 Stanley Row Scholar SCT 552
James Douglas 1842 Stanley Row Scholar SCT 544
Andrew Douglas 1845 Stanley Row Scholar AGY Holyhead 534
Catherine Douglas 1847 Stanley Row - AGY Holyhead 535
Janet Douglas 1849 Stanley Row - AGY Holyhead 545
 
 




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