> Hi Glen
> I have found Alice Leonard with her family living in Turton in 1871.
> email me if you would like the census image sending off list
> Alice A Leonard abt 1866 Turton, Lancashire, England Daughter
> John Leonard abt 1842 Turton, Lancashire, England Head Turton
> John Leonard abt 1871 Turton, Lancashire, England Son Turton
> Mary Leonard abt 1842 Turton, Lancashire, England Wife Turton
> Thomas Leonard abt 1870 Turton, Lancashire, England Son
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tom Proudfoot" <tom.proudfoot(a)wanadoo.fr>
> To: <LANCSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 3:29 PM
> Subject: [LAN] help needed
> > Has anyone any ideas of how else I can search for my
> > Alice LEONARD's, birth (cert) . The 1891 census entry shows her to
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> > No off-list lookup requests, please! They defeat the entire
> > the list and put undue pressure on the recipient. Please SHARE by
> > to the list!
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