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John Wyman

 

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   10221 1.0 John Wymanmale
There is a parish burial record of Nov 12th 1678 which may refer to him or to the John Wyman who was married to Bridget
See also:John Wyman (ref: 15932)

8134 Father: John Wymant   b. before 1621
8135 Mother: Bridget [not known]   b. before 1621   d. 25 Dec 1670
Baptism: 25 Oct 1640 at Desborough (source reads 'John s John & Bridget Wimant')Rec. Off. Trans.

Pedigree
   10222
Married: Elizabeth [not known]  before 1670Est. from child
b. before 1652  bur. 09 Jun 1675, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Elizabeth the wife of John Wyman)

   101852.1 James Wimonmale
Baptism: 14 Feb 1669/70 at Desborough (source reads 'James the Son of John Wimon and Elizabeth his wife')Parish Reg

   102232.2 Bridget Wymanfemale
Burial record: The edge of the page where the date would be is missing, but it is later than 7th May
Baptism: 28 Apr 1672 at Desborough (source reads 'Bridgett the daughter of John Wyman and Elizabth his wife')Parish Reg
Burial: May? 1672, aged Infant, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Bridgett the daughter of John Wyman an Infant buried')Parish Reg

 


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