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Re: SENOR/SENIOR Yorkshire, ENG>NY
Posted by: Linda Date: June 22, 2001 at 03:39:41
In Reply to: SENOR/SENIOR Yorkshire, ENG>NY by Judy Sutton of 21

Hi Judy
You may also want to check out the spelling SEANOR. I have an Absalom SENIOR who I found in the 1881 British census as Absolom SEANOR. His mother was Eliza. I wonder if your Eliza SENIOR was his mother (he may have been illegitimate, because in the 1881 census his mother's last name was listed as DEURY and she had several other younger children with DEURY surname.) Your Eliza would have been about the right age to be his mother if she was born in 1840. By the way Absalom was born in Yorkshire. I have ordered his birth certificate and will let you know additional details when I receive it, if you are interested.
Regards,
Linda


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