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    Default 1911 Census Lookup - Surrey/Portsmouth?

    Hello all,

    Just wondering if anyone could help with finding the following people:

    I'm looking for Alice Isabel Rogers in the 1911 census,

    I think that this is her in the 1901 census:

    Alice Rogers
    Inmate
    22 years old
    Born Wingham, Kent
    Domestic servant
    Slightly deaf

    RG13
    Piece: 1005
    Folio: 113
    Page: 14

    She's living in St Thomas' Refuge, 34 Somers Road, Portsmouth. Unsure of why, but I'm not sure if that will ever be clear.

    Here she is in 1891 with her parents and siblings.

    Alice I Rogers
    Daughter
    11 years old
    Born Kent, Wingham
    Scholar

    RG12
    Piece: 545
    Folio: 35
    Page: 76

    Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squaredancer View Post
    Yes. I posted that thread to get more info on St Thomas', rather than Alice personally.

    I thought I'd post in the 'British Census' forum as I'm now looking for Alice in the census' rather than looking for general information.

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    Sorry, but we don't allow more than one active thread on a particular subject (it is VERY frustrating to spend time hunting and then discover that the info has already been given on another thread). I have closed the other thread (see the URL in #2) and asked people to use this one.

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