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Emma Essam

 

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   2527 1.0 Emma Essamfemale
Emma is Joseph and Sarah Essam's granddaughter. No information about her parentage and it is only a guess that she is Mary's daughter, prior to the latter's marriage
2523 Mother: Mary Essam   b. about 1813 at St Pancras, London (apparently unmarried)
Birth: about 1833, at St George's, LondonCensus

Pedigree
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Married: Herbert Crick  1852BMD
b. about 1825, at Desborough  d. about 1902, age: 77y

   78552.1 Emma Crickfemale
Birth: about 1856, at Edmonton, LondonCensus

   78562.2 Mary I Crickfemale
Birth: about 1857, at Edmonton, LondonCensus

   78572.3 Lizzie Crickfemale (twin)
Possibly the twin of William
Birth: about 1860, at West Ham, LondonCensus

   78582.4 William Crickmale (twin)
Possibly the twin of Lizzie
Birth: about 1860, at West Ham, LondonCensus

   78592.5 Joseph Crickmale
Birth: about 1865, at West Ham, LondonCensus

   78602.6 Marian Crickfemale
Birth: about 1869, at Edmonton, LondonCensus

   78612.7 Herbert Crickmale
Birth: about 1872, at Edmonton, LondonCensus

 


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