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William Barratt


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   1419 1.0 William Barrattmale
1415 Father: William Barratt    bap. 14 Sep 1767 at Desborough
1418 Mother: Dinah Tomson    b. 29 Mar 1771 at Desborough
Baptism: 02 Oct 1796 at Desborough (source reads 'Willm Son of Willm and Dinah Barratt') Bp Transcripts Desb
Death: 1876, age: 81yBMD

Married: Margaret Bentley  at Thurmaston, Leicestershire 06 Oct 1818IGI
b. about 1799, at Thurmaston, LeicestershireCensus

   143862.1 Thomas Barrattmale
Baptism: 16 Jan 1819 at Thurmaston, LeicestershireIGI

   143912.2 George Barrattmale
Birth: 1819, at Thurmaston, LeicestershireCensus

   143872.3 Rosetta Barrattfemale
Baptism: 07 Dec 1823 at Thurmaston, LeicestershireIGI

   143882.4 Ann Dinah Barratt   also known as Dinah Barrattfemale
Baptism: 19 Feb 1826 at Thurmaston, LeicestershireIGI

Married: George Shuttleworth  

   143892.5 Alfred Thompson Barrattmale
Baptism: 24 Feb 1828 at Thurmaston, LeicestershireIGI

Married: Lucy  

   143902.6 Owen Barrattmale
Baptism: 31 Oct 1830 at Thurmaston, LeicestershireIGI

   147932.7 Emma Barrattfemale
Birth: 1838, at Thurmaston, LeicestershireCensus



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