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- Name: Sarah Ann /Bishop/ 
- Date: MAR 1852
- Place: St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England
- Note: Bishop, Sarah Ann; March Quarter 1852; Pancras; Volume 1b Page 26
- Quality or Certainty of Data: 3
- Data Changed:
- Date: 25 OCT 2009
Prior to import, this record was last changed 25 OCT 2009 .
- WikiTree profile Bishop-1586 created through the import of FULL.GED on Jul 10, 2011 by Paul Ballard. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Paul and others.
- Source: S25 Title: 1871 UK Census, Record Type: UK National Census, Record Info: RG9 Abbreviation: 1871 Census Publication: 2 April 1871, Second Date, 1871 Repository: #R2
- Repository: R2 Name: The National Archive Address: Kew City: London Country: England
- Source: S3 Title: 1851 UK Census, Record Type: UK National Census, Record Info: HO107, Record Type: UK National Census Abbreviation: 1851 Census Publication: 30 March 1851 Repository: #R2
- Source: S6 Title: 1841 UK Census, Record Type: UK National Census Abbreviation: 1841 Census Publication: TNA, 6 June 1841 Repository: #R2
- Source: S7 Title: 1861 UK Census, Record Type: UK National Census Abbreviation: 1861 Census Publication: 7 April 1861 Repository: #R2
- Source: S9 Title: Parish Register Abbreviation: Parish Register
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