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The History of the Scriven Family


George Scriven, head, 62, 1819, tailor, Woodford, Northamptonshire
Mary Scriven, wife, 67, 1814, Byfield, Northamptonshire
George H. Scriven, son, 24, 1857, tailor, Woodford, Northamptonshire
Edward C. Scriven, grandson, 8, 1873, scholar, Woodford, Northamptonshire
Maria T. Scriven, grand-daughter, 4, 1877, Cambridge

Cambridge Independent Press 01 November 1890 – Deaths – Mary Scriven aged 77.


George Scriven, head, tailor, 73, 1818, Woodford, Northamptonshire
Mary Scriven, dressmaker, 40, 1851, Woodford, Northamptonshire
Chas G Scriven, grandson, cooks apprentice, 18, 1873, Hammersmith, London

Cambridge Independent Press 08 December 1893 – Deaths –  Dec 4 George Scriven aged 74.


Mary Scriven, head, 50, grocer, 1851, Woodford, Northamptonshire
Emily M Freeman, boarder, draper’s assistant, 18, 1883, Enfield, Middlesex


Mary Scriven, 60, single, confectionery shopkeeper, b. Woodford, Northamptonshire

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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