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Richard Clarke

 

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   10331 1.0 Richard Clarkemale

Birth: before 1640Est. from child

Pedigree

Putative father of Richard Butlin, bapt 05 Mar 1676, child of Sarah Butlin
   10494
Married: (1) Sisley [not known]  before 1659Est. from child
b. Bedford 1640  bur. 29 Sep 1676, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Sisley the wife of Richard Clarke)

   159102.1 Alice Clarkefemale
Birth: 29 --- 1659, at Desborough (source reads: Alice d Richard & Cicely Clarke born ...ember 29)Rec. Off. Trans.

   159112.2 Samuel Clarkemale
Birth: 04 Sep 1663, at Desborough (source reads: Samuel s Richard & Cicely Clarke born Sept 4)Rec. Off. Trans.

   15967
Married: (2) Susannah [not known]  before 1686Est. from child
b. before 1668

   159682.3 Robert Clarkemale
Baptism: 16 Apr 1686 at Desborough (source reads 'Robt the Sonne of Richd Clarke and Susannah his wife')Parish Reg

 


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