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General Register Office of England (Southport). Certified Copy of an Entry of Death, given at the General Register Office. James Dickson of Southsea, Hampshire, bachelor, labourer; died 14 December 1888, at Barnet, Hertfordshire, aged 52 years, cause of death: phthisis; informant: Ann Barton; registered 16 December 1888; John Smith, assistant registrar. Registration district: Barnet, in the counties of Hertford and Middlesex; application no. 537007-1, registration no. DYC 071829. Purchased and transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, 19 Sept 2008; online at Arborealis, www.arborealis.ca (accessed [date of access]).
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