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Mary Jane Cave

 

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   10733 1.0 Mary Jane Cavefemale
2727 Father: Samuel Cave   b. 1756   d. 12 May 1831 at Desborough
2728 Mother: Martha Morris   b. 20 Dec 1772 at Desborough   bur. 6 Mar 1818 at St Giles, Desborough
Birth: 10 Jul 1815, at DesboroughRowell Ind Chapel Reg
Baptism: 10 Jan 1816 at Independent Chapel, Rothwell, NorthamptonshireRowell Ind Chapel Reg
Death: 1855, age: 39yBMD

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Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Census Details: not at Desborough in 1851
   14820
Married: Edward Vandeleur  by Licence, 30 May 1837Mrg Cert
b. about 1804, at Dublin, Ireland

   148212.1 Edward Vandeleurmale
Birth: about 1840, at MiddlesexCensus

   148222.2 David Roche Vandeleurmale
Birth: about 1841Census

   148232.3 Mary Jane Vandeleurfemale
Birth: about 1842Census

 


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