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Sarah Ann Wallis


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   2741 1.0 Sarah Ann Wallisfemale
403 Father: William Wallace    b. 30 Nov 1834 at Desborough
1918 Mother: Mary Ann Reculist    b. 20 Apr 1836 at Desborough
Birth: 1874, at DesboroughCensus

Married: William King  about 1898BMD
b. about 1873, at Newton Harcourt, LeicestershireCensus

   94382.1 Emma Elizabeth Kingfemale
Birth: about 1899, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 19 Jul 1905 at DesboroughIGI

   94392.2 James William Kingmale
Birth: about 1900, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 19 Jul 1905 at DesboroughIGI

   171262.3 Ernest Arnold Kingmale
Birth: about 1903, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 19 Jul 1905 at DesboroughIGI

   171272.4 Alfred Joseph Kingmale
Birth: about 1905, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 19 Jul 1905 at DesboroughIGI

   171282.5 Florrie Kingfemale
Birth: about 1908, at DesboroughCensus

   171292.6 Fred Kingmale
Birth: about 1910, at DesboroughCensus



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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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