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PostPosted: Sat Nov 01, 2014 10:06 pm 
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Please link my great grandmother Margaret Bell as follows - there are several mistakes

Census 1901, Line 36, Household 92, Margret Bell, Female, Wife, Married, Birth Date January 14 1858, age at last birthday 43
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Census 1906, Line 34, Household 96, Marerste G. Bell, Female, Wife, Married, Birth Date_____________ age at last birthday 49
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Census 1911, Line 27, Household 65, Margaret Bell, Female, Wife January 1952 (s/b 1858) ___________ age at last birthday 59 (s/b 53)

Also Margaret has been spelled different in each census 1901 Margret - 1906 Marerste and 1911 Margaret


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 01, 2014 10:56 pm 
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Marjorie.Alberta
I have reviewed my original transcription of the 1906 Census and can see (given your knowledge) that the enumerator wrote the "g" in her name very poorly. I have adjusted my spelling to reflect this. At 200 % I believe the enumerator has somehow added an "e" to Margaret's name...I hope you can live with that. On a second look I believe that the Enumerator also gave a middle initial of "J" not a "G" as I had previously transcribed.
If there is anything further to my particular transcription just ask.

Cheers

Dan


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