You are here: Desborough > Surnames > [not known] > Ann [not known] (1651 - 1669)

Desborough People
Ann [not known]

 

Notes about the page layout and content are at the end. Change the display type here:

Display


   10171 1.0 Ann [not known]female
Ann was buried on the day her two sons were baptised. She possibly died in childbirth

Birth: before 1651Est. from child
Death: Sep 1669, at Desborough
Burial: 12 Sep 1669 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads '[Ann's burial was recorded in the baptism record of her sons]')Parish Reg

Pedigree
   10170
Married: Thomas Panter  before 1669Est. from child
b. 06 Jun 1647, at Desborough (source reads: Thos s Thos & Ellen Panter)

   101722.1 Philip Pantermale (twin)
Baptism: 12 Sep 1669 at Desborough (source reads 'Philip And Andrew the Sons of Thomas Panter Miller and Ann his wife were baptized the 12 of September And Ann his wife buried this Same day')Parish Reg
Burial: 16 Feb 1669/70 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Phillip the Son of Thomas Panter')Parish Reg

   101732.2 Andrew Pantermale (twin)
Baptism: 12 Sep 1669 at Desborough (source reads 'Philip And Andrew the Sons of Thomas Panter Miller and Ann his wife were baptized the 12 of September And Ann his wife buried this Same day')Parish Reg

 


Notes

The numbers at the right of the page are unique reference numbers.

The source follows each piece of information. If the source is underlined a full citation will be shown when you hover over it. Click on any link to switch to that person's details page.

Estimated dates of birth (treat with caution - they could be decades out!)
:- where there is a marriage or children recorded, the date is estimated at 16-18 years before the earliest date;
:- where there is only a burial known, if the person or their spouse is described as "old", the birth is estimated at 50 years earlier; if they are described as "very old", the birth is estimated at 60 years earlier; if neither, the birth is estimated at 18 years earlier.

Estimated dates of death are given as a visual aid to point up whether or not they survived their spouse.

Before 1752 the calendar year started on 25th March; dates where the year appears as, eg: "1650/51" show the year as it would have been given at the time (in this example 1650), and the year by the modern calendar (1651). Jan-Mar dates before 1752 which don't show this "double-dating" are from secondary sources which haven't made clear which dating system has been used.


Source Codes

top of page