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Father: E W MILLICHAMP (*ABT 1836 )
Mother: Charlotte Leggett HALFNIGHT (*29 Feb 1836 )

Edward Wheeler MILLICHAMP (*ABT 1865 )

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 _E W MILLICHAMP ______________|
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|--Edward Wheeler MILLICHAMP 
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|                               _James HALFNIGHT __________|
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|_Charlotte Leggett HALFNIGHT _|
                               |                            _Henry LEGGETT _+
                               |_Margaret Herbert LEGGETT _|
                                                           |_Sarah HERBERT _

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[4983]

[4983] staying next door to his parents at their grandparents house in 1881 census

Dwelling: Cliff Hill
Census Place: Gorleston, Suffolk, England
Source: FHL Film 1341460 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1907 Folio 17 Page 28
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
James HALFNIGHT M 70 M Gorleston, Suffolk, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Carpenter
M.H. HALFNIGHT M 65 F Gorleston, Suffolk, England
Rel: Wife
Wm. ANDREWS U 65 M Barnaby, Suffolk, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Blacksmith
E.W. MILLICKAMP 16 M Gorleston, Suffolk, England
Rel: Granson
Occ: Carpenter
H.H. MILLICKAMP 10 M Gorleston, Suffolk, England
Rel: Granson
Occ: Scholar

[4984] Carpenter

[4981] [S55] 1881 census

[4985] [S55] 1881 census

[4982] [S55] 1881 census