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    I think it is Betty or Bertha, the latter more likely.

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    Default 'Jennie' for 'Jane'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch in Notts View Post
    And also, 1886, the first names of these two MAYFIELDS - I thought the bottom one might be Jennie or Jeanie but a search of the 1881 & 1891 census returns has so far, drawn a blank......
    I think that 'Jennie' might be the name that is actually used in place of 'Jane'. I say this because my own great-grandmother (1849-1925) was christened 'Jane Elizabeth' but was always known as 'Jennie'. So, can you find a potential 'Jane' in the books?

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