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   12298 1.0 Ann Ballfemale
Wife of William Marvin was originally thought to be Ann Morris, dtr of George Morris. Will of Joseph Morris has now proved her to be the dtr of Ruth Ball, nee Morris
12179 Father: Thomas Ball   b. about 1731   d. 19 Aug 1785
11729 Mother: Ruth Morris   b. 04 Feb 1740/ 41 at Desborough   d. 05 May 1816
Birth: about 1762Derived/Burial
Death: 23 Mar 1834, age: 72yMI  memorial
Burial: at St Giles, DesboroughMI

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   12418
Married: William Marvin 
b. before 1760, at Frolesworth, Leicestershire

Birth: 1786, at Frolesworth, LeicestershireEst. from marriage

Additional Information: BMD Announcements
12413
Married: Ann Cave  at Desborough by Licence, 23 Oct 1804 (marriage source reads: William Marvin of Frolesworth in the County of Leicester & Ann Cave of this Parish by Licence)Bp Transcripts Desb
b. 1786, at Desborough

   124153.1 James Morris Marvinmale
Birth: 01 Sep 1805IGI
Baptism: 15 Sep 1805 at Frolesworth, LeicestershireIGI
Death: 29 Apr 1814, age: 8y. MI  memorial
Burial: at DesboroughMI

   138983.2 Joseph Morris Marvinmale
Baptism: 01 Jun 1806 at Desborough (source reads 'Joseph Morris Son of William & Ann Marvin')Bp Transcripts Desb

 


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