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   14208 1.0 John Cheneymale
Father was possibly John Cheney, baker, of Thorpe Malsor, whose will was proved 1830

Birth: about 1802, at Thorpe Malsor, NorthamptonshireCensus
Burial: 18 Mar 1865, aged 64y, at Little Addington, NorthamptonshireNBI

Pedigree
   14207
Married: Frances [not known]  before 1837Est. from child
b. about 1816, at Thorpe Malsor, Northamptonshire  d. ?? Nov 1895, age: 80y

   142062.1 Mary Ann Cheneyfemale (twin)
Birth: about 1837, at Little Addington, NorthamptonshireCensus
Baptism: 10 Oct 1836 at Little Addington, NorthamptonshireIGI
Death: 30 Sep 1883, age: 47y. MI  memorial
Burial: at Arthingworth, NorthamptonshireMI
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Married: Thomas Willington Wakefield  1871BMD
b. about 1833, at Hurley, Warkwickshire  d. 22 Oct 1893, age: 60y

   148512.2 Josiah Cheneymale (twin)
Birth: about 1837, at Little Addington, NorthamptonshireCensus
Death: 05 Apr 1872, at Little Addington, NorthamptonshireProbate
Probate: 27 May 1872  executors, etc

   148542.3 John Cheneymale
Birth: about 1847, at Little Addington, NorthamptonshireCensus

 


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