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   10256 1.0 John Millermale

Birth: before 1653, at DesboroughEst. from marriage

Pedigree
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Married: Eleanor Cozbrook  at Desborough 11 Nov 1671 (marriage source reads: John Miller and Elnor Coxbrook both of Desborow)Parish Reg
b. 11 Dec 1641, at Desborough (source reads: Eleanor d Thos & Eliz Codesbrooke)

   102582.1 Thomas Millermale
Baptism: 04 May 1673 at Desborough (source reads 'Thomas the Son of John Miller and El.ler his wife')Parish Reg
Burial: 15 May 1674, aged c. 1y 2wk, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Thomas the Son of John Miller an infant')Parish Reg

   103092.2 Elizabeth Millerfemale
Baptism: 13 May 1675 at Desborough (source reads 'Elizabeth the daughter of John Miller and Elnor his wife')Parish Reg

   103542.3 John Millermale (twin)
Baptism: 17 Feb 1677/78 at Desborough (source reads 'John and Thomas the Sonns of John Miller & Eliner his wife')Parish Reg

   103552.4 Thomas Millermale (twin)
Baptism: 17 Feb 1677/78 at Desborough (source reads 'John and Thomas the Sonns of John Miller & Eliner his wife')Parish Reg

 


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:- 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.

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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.


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