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Ann Burditt

 

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   2051 1.0 Ann Burdittfemale

Birth: about 1808, at Wilbarston, NorthamptonshireMI
Death: 03 May 1844, age: 36MI  memorial

Pedigree
   2050
Married: John Nursey  after Banns, 05 Dec 1833Nhants PRs
b. about 1810  d. 16 May 1844, age: 34

   20522.1 Sarah Ann Nurseyfemale
Death record not yet proven to be the correct one for this person, though her younger sister Eliza's marriage is recorded in the same district in 1858, and Sarah may have gone to live with her
Birth: about 1835, at DesboroughCensus
Death: 1859BMD

Birth: about 1837Census
Baptism: 14 Jan 1839 at DesboroughIGI
1970
Married: John Stanyon  at Market Harborough, Leicestershire 29 Sep 1858Mercury
b. 10 Oct 1830, at Desborough

   140153.1 Annie E Stanyonfemale
Birth: about 1864, at Market Harborough, LeicestershireCensus

   77023.2 Sarah E Stanyonfemale
Birth: about 1866, at Market Harborough, LeicestershireCensus

 


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:- where there is a marriage or children recorded, the date is estimated at 16-18 years before the earliest date;
:- where there is only a burial known, if the person or their spouse is described as "old", the birth is estimated at 50 years earlier; if they are described as "very old", the birth is estimated at 60 years earlier; if neither, the birth is estimated at 18 years earlier.

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Before 1752 the calendar year started on 25th March; dates where the year appears as, eg: "1650/51" show the year as it would have been given at the time (in this example 1650), and the year by the modern calendar (1651). Jan-Mar dates before 1752 which don't show this "double-dating" are from secondary sources which haven't made clear which dating system has been used.


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