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Hannah Matilda Burditt


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   2080 1.0 Hannah Matilda Burdittfemale
2076 Father: William Burditt   b. 18 Dec 1778 at Desborough   bur. 14 Mar 1849 at St Giles, Desborough
2077 Mother: Catherine Tebbut   b. 19 Jun 1785 at Desborough
Birth: 02 Jul 1818, at Desborough (source reads: Hannah Matilda the Daughter of William Burditt and Katherine his Wife was born July 2nd 1818 in the Parish of Desboro in the County of Northampton and Baptized Jany 17th 1819)Wesleyan Reg
Baptism: 17 Jan 1819 at Wesleyan Chapel, DesboroughWesleyan Reg

Married: James Walker  at Desborough 19 Apr 1840IGI
b. before 1824

   20822.1 James Walkermale
Birth: 1840, at DesboroughCensus

   20832.2 Elizabeth Walkerfemale
Birth: 1844, at DesboroughCensus

   20842.3 Ellen Walkerfemale
Birth: 1847, at DesboroughCensus

   166032.4 William Walkermale
Birth: 1850, at Audenshaw, LancasterCensus



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