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William Ford

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William Ford (c1810- )

1861 Living at 1 Silver Terrace, Exeter: William Ford (age 51 born Exeter), Engineer. With his wife Ann Ford (age 47 born Exeter) and their son Alfred W. Ford (age 18 born Exeter). Also one lodger. One servant.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census