Anne, anything is possible. The census enumerator should have crossed the
second one off but it probably just slipped thru. Annie
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 12:29:47 +0100
From: Anne Thomas _gwyn(a)morcoms.co.uk_ (mailto:email@example.com)
I looked for a Christmas THOMAS in the 1841 census (no connection but I
remembered someone named Christmas years ago).
I came across this one: is it possible that the enumerator made an error
& put the name of the farm down twice?
Census 1841: HO107/1377/16:
Curcoed, Llanfair Orllwyn (Hundred of Troedyraur), CGN:
Curcoed THOMAS age 40 farmer
Margaret THOMAS age 28 f.s.
Elinor THOMAS age 17 or 19 f.s.
John THOMAS age 3
Evan age 2
Samuel EVANS age 12
Frances THOMAS age 32 ('mariner's wife' has been crossed out)
In the outhouse: John LEWIS age 19 & David Llywelin age 16
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