Occupation/ Alexander Milne
Have not done this before, hope it works.
I think the occupation of father is Carpenter but the writing is a bit
tricky. It's the one in the centre, baby John Milne.
Your opinion please?
Alexander is dead by next Census, so can't check there.
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