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Valerie S
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I read in the Casebook that Catherine and Thomas Conway split up in 1880 and she took Annie with her while he took the two boys. I think I found her on the 1881 Census still living with Thomas as Kate Conway and is listed as married. Annie isn't there but the 2 boys are only, on this census, George Conway is the youngest and the eldest son is named Thomas. The place of birth and year for Catherine/Kate is right as well as Thomas being listed as being from Ireland. If this is them, where was Annie? Had she already gotten married by this time?

Thomas CONWAY Head M Male 46 Ireland Hawker
Kate CONWAY Wife M Female 38 Stafford, England Charwoman
Thomas CONWAY Son Male 13 Middlesex, England Scholar
George CONWAY Son Male 7 Middlesex, England Scholar

Source Information:
Dwelling 71 Lower George St
Census Place London, Middlesex, England
Family History Library Film 1341018
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0079 / 46
Page Number 28

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