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Old 09-11-20, 08:27
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No is the short answer!

Is any of the census missing? Does the workhouse label by initials?

And finally, did Albert die young, with surname Jago? and was Fanny in service in 1871, again with surname Jago?
Albert died in 1864.
Yes, Fanny is in service in Fowey in 1871.

I wondered about the workhouse.
John Jago was an ag. lab. so perhaps he was working on a farm somewhere.
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