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Matilda Bates

 

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   10032 1.0 Matilda Batesfemale
Father: William Bates   b. about 1852 at Loddington, Northamptonshire
Mother: Eliza [n.k.]   b. about 1852 at Rothwell, Northamptonshire
Birth: about 1882, at Arthingworth, NorthamptonshireCensus

Pedigree

Census Details: at Desborough in 1911 -:-

1981 At at Arthingworth, Northamptonshire. With parents and siblings. Census

1901 At at 26 Union St, Rothwell, Northamptonshire. Servant in household of grocer, John Sheavyne. Occupation: General Servant Census

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Married: George Coe  at Arthingworth, Northamptonshire 09 Nov 1904WW1 Army
b. about Nov 1883, at Desborough

   100332.1 William Rennie Coemale
Birth: 09 May 1905, at DesboroughWW1 Army

   100342.2 Arthur Harry Coemale
Birth: 14 Jul 1908, at DesboroughWW1 Army

   100352.3 Frederick George Coemale
Birth: 20 May 1917, at DesboroughWW1 Army

 


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