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Richard Elliotte

 

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   15036 1.0 Richard Elliottemale

Birth: before 1578Est. from child

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   150372.1 Mary Elliottefemale
Baptism: 01 Dec 1596 at Desborough (source reads 'Mary d Richard Elliotte')Rec. Off. Trans.


Baptism: 29 Nov 1598 at Desborough (source reads 'Eliz d Richard Elliotte')Rec. Off. Trans.
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Married: Lewis Saunders  at Desborough 29 Oct 1622 (marriage source reads: Lewis Saunders & Eliz Elliott)Parish Reg
b. before 1604, at Desborough

   155413.1 John Saundersmale
Baptism: 14 --- 1623 at Desborough (source reads 'John s Lewis & Eliz Saunders')Rec. Off. Trans.


   150752.3 Henry Elliottemale
Baptism: 06 Nov 1600 at Desborough (source reads 'Henry s Richard Elliotte')Rec. Off. Trans.


   151172.4 Richard Ellyottemale
Baptism: 14 Feb 1603/04 at Desborough (source reads 'Richard s Richard Ellyotte')Rec. Off. Trans.


   151322.5 Ann Elliottefemale
Baptism: 10 Aug 1605 at Desborough (source reads 'Anne d Richard Elliotte')Rec. Off. Trans.
Burial: 30 Jul 1624, aged c. 19y, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Anne d Richard Elliotte')Rec. Off. Trans.

 


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