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Alfred Taylor Channer


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   16552 1.0 Alfred Taylor Channermale
Father: George Channer
Mother: Mary [n.k.]
Baptism: 08 Jan 1815 at Heston, MiddlesexParish Reg
Burial: 11 Oct 1853, aged 38y, at All Souls Cemetery, Kensington, LondonParish Reg

Married: Charlotte Cecilia Skelton  1847BMD
bap. 1813 at Hanover Sq, St George's, LondonParish Reg
Vicar of St Giles 1887-1894
Birth: about 1849, at Camden Town, LondonCensus
Baptism: 06 Feb 1849 at St Pancras, LondonAlumni Cantab
Death: 10 Dec 1937 , at 19 Cornwall Rd, Bedford, BedfordshireProbate
Burial: at Leamington, WarwickshireAlumni Cantab
Probate: 31 Jan 1938  executors, etc

Additional information: Desborough Clergy
Married: Catherine Bridgman 
b. about 1845, at Dartmouth, DevonCensus

   60113.1 Alfred O Channermale
Birth: about 1873, at Parkham, DevonCensus

   60123.2 Catherine Campbell Channerfemale
Birth: about 1874, at Sherford, DevonCensus
Birth: about 1875, at Leytonstone, EssexCensus

   60143.4 Frances N Channerfemale
Birth: about 1885, at Shepherds Bush, LondonCensus

   60153.5 Edward W Channermale
Birth: about 1887, at Shepherds Bush, LondonCensus

   60163.6 Margaret C Channerfemale
Birth: about 1890, at DesboroughCensus



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