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   10820 1.0 Thomas Wallismale
Not sure if this is the right Thomas for this burial record as it describes him as 'senr' but I haven't yet found another Thomas alive at this date

Birth: before 1678Est. from child
Burial: 21 Feb 1728/29 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Thomas Wallis Senr Affidavit made Feb 22. P')Bp Transcripts Desb

Pedigree
   10916
Married: Mary Nursey  at Desborough 01 Jan 1695 (marriage source reads: Thomas Wallis and Mary Nursey)Parish Reg
b. 26 Nov 1671, at Desborough (source reads: Mary the daughter of William Nursey and Mary his wife)  bur. 13 Nov 1749, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Mary Wallis Widdow)

   160412.1 William Wallismale
Baptism: 30 Jan 1696/97 at Desborough (source reads 'William son Thomas and Mary Wallis')Parish Reg

   108212.2 Mary Wallisfemale
Birth: 1707, at Desborough (source reads: Born 1707 Mary the Daughter of Tho: Wallis)Bp Transcripts Desb

   109172.3 Anne Wallisfemale
Baptism: 26 Sep 1711 at Desborough (source reads 'Anne the Daughter of Thomas & Mary Wallis')Bp Transcripts Desb

 


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