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Ann Bird

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Ann Bird (c1818- ) of Ann Bird and Sons

1851 Living at Middle Row, Newport, Salop: Thomas C. Bird (age 33 born Jamaica, British subject), Superintendent of Spirit and Wine Vaults. With his wife Ann Bird (age 33 born Leominster) and their four children; Thomas C. Bird (age 5 born Westbury on Trym, Glos.); Frederick A. Bird (age 4 born Westbury on Trym, Glos.); Herbert H. Bird (age 2 born Leominster; and William H. Bird (age 7 Months born Todpool, Salop). Also his brother-in-law George Bradford (age 28 born Leominster), Assistant in Wine and Spirit Vaults. Oner other. Three servants.[1]

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  1. 1851 Census