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John Aprice


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   1730 1.0 John Apricemale
800 Father: John Aprice    bap. 22 Mar 1778 at Desborough    bur. 26 Nov 1840 at St Giles, Desborough
801 Mother: Ann Panter    b. about 1778    bur. 19 Jul 1846 at St Giles, Desborough
Baptism: 02 Mar 1809 at Desborough (source reads 'John Son of John & Ann Aprice') Bp Transcripts Desb
Death: 1890, age: 81yBMD

Married: Sophia Ann [not known]  before 1836Est. from child
b. about 1801, at Wellingborough, NorthamptonshireCensus

   17322.1 Ann Apricefemale
Baptism: 25 Sep 1836 at DesboroughIGI
Burial: 22 Aug 1841, aged 5, at St Giles, DesboroughNBI
Baptism: 21 Aug 1839 at DesboroughIGI
Death: 03 Feb 1892 , at Desborough, age: 52yMercury

Additional Information: BMD Announcements; Inquest
Married: Harriet Page  1861BMD
b. 06 Jun 1841, at DesboroughIGI

   28553.1 John Thomas Apricemale
Birth: about 1874, at DesboroughCensus

Additional Information: Crime/Civil Actions
Married: Emma Nicholson  1838BMD
b. about 1873, at DesboroughCensus

   17342.3 Ann Apricefemale
Baptism: 19 Sep 1841 at DesboroughIGI
Married: Nathaniel Coe  1866BMD
b. about 1843, at DesboroughCensus



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