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Sarah Tompson

 

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   11206 1.0 Sarah Tompsonfemale

Birth: before 1703Est. from child
Burial: 13 Jan 1729/30 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Sarah Thompson. Affidavit Jan 17th')Bp Transcripts Desb

Pedigree

Mother of the following, apparently unmarried, child's father unknown

   112052.1 Catherine Tompsonfemale
Baptism: 10 Dec 1721 at Desborough (source reads 'Catherine the Daughter of Sarah Tompson')Bp Transcripts Desb


Mother of the following, apparently unmarried, child's father unknown

   113722.1 William Ling Tompsonmale
Baptism: 11 Jun 1727 at Desborough (source reads 'William Ling Son of Sarah Tompson')Bp Transcripts Desb
Burial: 05 Jul 1773, aged c. 46y, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Willm Tomson')Bp Transcripts Desb
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Married: Mary Slough  at Desborough after Banns, 10 Oct 1743 (marriage source reads: By Banns William Thompson and Mary Slough)Bp Transcripts Desb
b. 14 Jan 1721/22, at Desborough (source reads: Mary the Daughter of Joseph & Mary Slough)  bur. 05 Sep 1789, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Mary Tomson widow)

 


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