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Dorothy [not known]

 

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   15620 1.0 Dorothy [not known]female
Dorothy's date of death has been estimated from the burial record of her son, who was buried on a Sunday. As a suicide, she was presumably refused burial in the churchyard and hence there is no burial record for her

Birth: before 1612Est. from child
Death: 18 Nov 1631, suicide, at DesboroughDerived/Parish Reg

Pedigree
   15120
Married: John Alderman  before 1630Est. from child
b. 12 Aug 1604, at Desborough (source reads: John s Mark Alderman)  bur. 29 Jul 1636, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: John Alderman; ca 30)

   156212.1 Thomas Aldermanmale
Baptism: 17 May 1630 at Desborough (source reads 'Thos s John & Dorothy Alderman')Rec. Off. Trans.
Burial: 20 Nov 1631, aged c. 18m, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Thos s John Alderman; whose mother drowned herself of a Friday night')Rec. Off. Trans.

 


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