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   2416 1.0 Lewis Cavemale
2410 Father: William Cave   b. about 1668   d. 20 Jan 1712
2411 Mother: Jane East   b. 01 Nov 1674 at Desborough   d. 04 Sep 1745
Baptism: 06 Jul 1710 at Desborough (source reads 'Lewis the son of Will & Jane Cave Bapt')Bp Transcripts Desb
Death: 22 Apr 1783, age: 72yMI  memorial
Burial: 24 Apr 1783 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Lewis Cave the Elder')Bp Transcripts Desb

Pedigree
   7706
Married: Ann Sansome  at Clipston, Northamptonshire 09 Nov 1741IGI
b. about 1715  d. 22 Oct 1775, age: 60y

   120822.1 William Cavemale
Parents as given in IGI (source Batch: 1860442)
Birth: 1746MI
Death: 08 Mar 1821, age: 75. MI  memorial
Burial: 13 Mar 1821, aged 75, at St Giles, DesboroughNBI

Additional Information: Newspaper Article

   124162.2 George Cavemale
Birth: 1749MI
Death: 03 May 1771, age: 22. MI  memorial
Burial: 05 May 1771 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'George Cave')Bp Transcripts Desb

   124172.3 Jane Cavefemale
Birth: 1763MI
Death: 16 May 1775, age: 12. MI  memorial
Burial: at St Giles, DesboroughMI

 


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