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Thomas Hall


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   15447 1.0 Thomas Hallmale

Birth: before 1603Est. from child
Burial: 01 Feb 1638 /39 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Thomas Hall a mason and Thomas the son being a youth of 12 years of age were both of them slain in a stone pit by the fall of earth at Desborough on the last day of January about sun setting and buried the next day after the coroner's inquest taken both in one grave') Rec. Off. Trans.


   154482.1 Elizabeth Hallfemale
Baptism: 16 Dec 1621 at Desborough (source reads 'Eliz d Thos Hall') Rec. Off. Trans.

   155502.2 Edward Hallemale
Baptism: 16 Nov 1623 at Desborough (source reads 'Edward s Thos Halle') Rec. Off. Trans.

   155972.3 Thomas Hallmale
Baptism: 10 Dec 1628 at Desborough (source reads 'Thos s Thos Hall') Rec. Off. Trans.
Burial: 01 Feb 1638 /39, aged c. 10y 2m, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads '[see under father]') Rec. Off. Trans.



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:- where there is a marriage or children recorded, the date is estimated at 16-18 years before the earliest date;
:- where there is only a burial known, if the person or their spouse is described as "old", the birth is estimated at 50 years earlier; if they are described as "very old", the birth is estimated at 60 years earlier; if neither, the birth is estimated at 18 years earlier.

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