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Jane Carter

 

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   1249 1.0 Jane Carterfemale
Jane's second husband was her first husband's brother in law.
6794 Father: John Carter   b. about 1787 at Great Bowden, Leicestershire
6795 Mother: Elizabeth [not known]   b. before 1795
Birth: about 1823, at Middleton, NorthamptonshireCensus
Baptism: 06 Apr 1823 at Cottingham, NorthamptonshireIGI

Pedigree
   1248
Married: (1) William Essex  1844BMD
b. about 1821  d. 30 May 1849, age: 30

   12502.1 Mary Elizabeth Essex   also known as Elizabeth Essexfemale
Baptism: 18 Apr 1847 at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireBMD

   12522.2 John Essexmale
Birth: about 1848, at DesboroughCensus

Additional Information: BMD Announcements

Census Details: at Desborough in 1851 1861 -:-
824
Married: Mary Ann Kilborn  31 May 1864Mercury
b. 1832  d. 19 Mar 1875, age: 43

   848
Married: (2) William Crick  1864BMD
b. 19 Aug 1822, at Desborough

 


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