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John David Munday

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John David Munday (1875-1909) of J. D. Munday

1875 Born in Norwich the son of Thomas Monday, Coach Builder, and his wife Marianne

1881 Living at Surrey Mews, Norwich: Thomas Monday (age 46 born Norwich), Coach Body Maker. With his wife Marianne Monday (age 40 born Norwich) and their eleven children; Thomas Monday (age 18 born Norwich), Pupil Teacher; Marianne Monday (age 16 born Norwich), Dress Maker; Arthur J. Monday (age 15 born Norwich), Printer Compositor; Louisa Ages Monday (age 13 born Norwich); William Leonard Monday (age 11 born Norwich); Charles E. Monday (age 9 born Norwich); Ellen E. Monday (age 7 born Norwich); John David Monday (age 6 born Norwich); Herbert Albert Monday (age 4 born Norwich); Edward Monday (age 2 born Norwich); Gertrude E. Monday (age 3 months born Norwich). Also his father-in-law John Sexton (age 65 born Norwich), Brush Maker.[1]

1901 Living at 130 York Street, Norwich: William L. Munday (age 31 born Norwich), Tailor's Cutter. With his wife Mary Munday (age 30 born Norwich). Also his brother John D. Munday (age 26 born Norwich), Coach Body Maker.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census