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Elizabeth Grufythe

 

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   14094 1.0 Elizabeth Grufythefemale

Birth: before 1564, at DesboroughEst. from marriage

Pedigree
   14093
Married: William Jakes  at Desborough 24 Oct 1582 (marriage source reads: Wm Jakes of Arthingworth & Eliz Grufythe)Rec. Off. Trans.
b. before 1564, at Arthingworth, Northamptonshire

   145062.1 Rowland Jakesmale
Baptism: 20 Aug 1581 at Desborough (source reads 'Rowland s Wm Jakes')Rec. Off. Trans.

   145312.2 Isabel Jakesfemale
Baptism: 06 Jul 1583 at Desborough (source reads 'Isabel d Wm Jakes')Rec. Off. Trans.

   145682.3 William Jakesmale
Baptism: 11 Sep 1585 at Desborough (source reads 'Wm s Wm Jakes')Rec. Off. Trans.

   146092.4 Philip Jakesmale
Baptism: 14 Oct 1589 at Desborough (source reads 'Philip s Wm Jakes')Rec. Off. Trans.

 


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