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Isabella ?


Family 1: John Nicholson, b. ABT. 1796 in ?
  1. Thomas Nicholson, b. 12 Feb 1824 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  2. William Nicholson, b. 7 May 1826 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  3. Ann Nicholson, b. 6 Apr 1828 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  4. Henry Nicholson, b. 12 Apr 1830 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  5. Samuel Nicholson, b. 11 Mar 1832 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  6. Richard Nicholson, b. 19 Jan 1834 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  7. Elizabeth Nicholson, b. 6 Aug 1835 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  8. Isabella Nicholson, b. 7 May 1837 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England
  9. James Nicholson, b. 21 Apr 1839 in Roos, East Yorkshire, England

Sources:
  1. Title: 1841 Census - Roos (587/1)
    Note: Good
    REPO
    Note: Beverley Reference Library
    CALN
    Media: Census
    Text: Shown as Isabella Nicholson wife of John with seven children
    1. Title: 1851 Census - Roos (586/1)
      Note: Good
      REPO
      Note: Beverley Reference Library
      CALN
      Media: Census
      Text: Shown as Isabella Nicholson, widow in Poor House with son James
      1. Title: 1851 Census - Roos (586/1)
        Note: Good
        REPO
        Note: Beverley Reference Library
        CALN
        Media: Census
        Text: Aged 51 in 1851, born in Burton Pidsea
        1. Title: 1841 Census - Roos (587/1)
          Note: Good
          REPO
          Note: Beverley Reference Library
          CALN
          Media: Census
          Text: Aged 40 in 1841
          1. Title: 1851 Census - Roos (586/1)
            Note: Good
            REPO
            Note: Beverley Reference Library
            CALN
            Media: Census
            Text: Shown as Shoemaker - Widow Pauper in Poor House
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