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Richard Wilson


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   18070 1.0 Richard Wilsonmale

Birth: 1778Contact
Death: 1839, age: 61yContact

Married: Jane Munkhouse  at Kirkby Stephen, Westmoreland 13 Jun 1807Contact
b. about 1784, at Kirkby Stephen, WestmorelandCensus
Vicar of Desborough, 1846 -1881
Birth: about 1813, at Winton, WestmorlandCensus
Baptism: 14 Apr 1813 at Kirkby Stephen, WestmorelandEng/Wales Chr Index
Death: 10 Feb 1882 , at Desborough, age: 68yMercury

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Married: Elizabeth Hodgson  1841BMD
b. about 1807, at Rochdale, LancashireCensus

   64683.1 Mary Jane Wilsonfemale
Birth: 11 Oct 1842, at Rochdale, LancashireIGI
Birth: 10 Nov 1843, at Rochdale, LancashireIGI
Married: Honor Hutchings Hopgood 
b. about 1846, at FranceIGI



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