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Joseph Essen


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   16701 1.0 Joseph Essenmale
16703 Father: John Eason    bap. 04 May 1772 at Whilton, Northamptonshire
16704 Mother: Elizabeth Allet    b. before 1775
Birth: about 1795, at Whilton, NorthamptonshireCensus
Baptism: 02 Jun 1793 at Whilton, Northamptonshire (source reads 'Parents: John Essen & Elizabeth Allet') IGI

Married: Elizabeth Townley 
b. about 1805, at Whilton, NorthamptonshireCensus

Not all children of the above parents are listed below. Click on Census Details links of father and/or mother for more
Birth: about 1828, at Whilton, NorthamptonshireCensus
Baptism: 28 Sep 1828 at Whilton, NorthamptonshireIGI
Death: 02 Nov 1899 , at Desborough, age: 71yMercury

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Married: (1) Rhoda Smith  1849BMD
b. about 1826, at Welton, NorthamptonshireCensus

Married: (2) Annie Healy  1888BMD
b. about 1849, at Guilsborough, NorthamptonshireCensus

   60923.1 William H T Essonmale
Birth: about Jan 1890, at DesboroughCensus



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