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Record Transcription:
1841 England, Wales & Scotland Census
Millgate, Wigan, Lancashire, England
Members that resided in the household at the time of the census.
First name(s) Last name Sex Age Birth year Birth place
James Leyland Male 30 1811 Lancashire, England
Mary Leyland Female 30 1811 Lancashire, England
Jane Leyland Female 10 1831 Lancashire, England
James Leyland Male 4 1837 Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Taylor Female 20 1821 Lancashire, England
Andrew Taylor Male 6 1835 Lancashire, England
Thomas Denach Male 20 1821 Lancashire, England
Peter Gornall Male 45 1796 Lancashire, England
Jane Gornall Female 70 1771 Lancashire, England
John Heyes Male 60 1781 Lancashire, England
Jane Heyes Female 35 1806 Lancashire, England



Andrew appears to be Elizabeth's son as on the 1851 census he is described as the stepson of Thomas and Elizabeth Johnson of Adelaide Street.

Marriage: 2 Jan 1848 All Saints, Wigan, Lancashire, England
Thomas Balmer Johnson - 22, Labourer, Bachelor, Wigan
Elizabeth Taylor - (X), 29, Spinster, Wigan
Groom's Father: John Johnson, Labourer
Bride's Father: James Taylor, Painter
Witness: William Hitchen; William Bancks
Married by Banns by: Edward Pigot Curate
Register: Marriages 1846 - 1848, Page 220, Entry 439
Source: LDS Film 1885695

also Burial: 11 Mar 1840 All Saints, Wigan, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Layland - Daughter of James Layland
Age: 8 years
Abode: Millgate
Cause of Death: Fever
Buried by: J. K. Glazebrook Curate
Register: Burials 1839 - 1844, Page 65, Entry 513
Source: LDS Film 1885702

Replied: 27th Jun 2020 at 22:41

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