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Old 31-10-10, 22:03
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Default James Johnson (FFFFF)

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
James Johnson

Date and place of birth
Abt 1782

Names of parents

Date and place of baptism - if applicable

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
Elizabeth Brown In Staffs I suppose

Occupation(s) - if any
1813Huckster and Baker
1815 Maltster and Baker
1817 Iron Master

Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which
Censuses you have or haven't found him/her on (if s/he lived in census times!)
Lived in Bilston Staffs from start of children’s births 1802 - 1817
Found on no census

Date, place and cause of death

Date and place of burial.

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable

Memorial inscription - if any

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Old 31-10-10, 22:48
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There are two possible burials at St Leonards, Bilston on FamilySearch Record Search pilot site, but it doesn't give their ages - 3 Oct 1833 and 20 Feb 1835. The actual PR entries would give more info though.

Family History News updated 13th July
Lancashire Catholic parish registers new on Ancestry
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Old 31-10-10, 22:54
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Kate I have just found what I think is his wife living with possible son on 1841 so either of those deaths is possible ''' finding out how to get PR info for there
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Old 31-10-10, 23:19
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Found out the ages of them JOHNSON James 69years 3 Oct 1833 West Bromwich JOHNSON James 41years 20 Feb 1835 Bilston that would make the 1st one b 1764 there, 1st child that I know of is 1802 last child 1817 , so it is feasible but wife would have had to have been quite bit younger than him and there is no marriages for St Leonards after
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Old 31-10-10, 23:21
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Bilston St. Leonard’s Parish Registers 1684-1837
Baptisms 1684-1837
Marriages 1687-1784
Burials 1727-1837
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