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Alfred Ginns

 

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   2764 1.0 Alfred Ginnsmale
511 Mother: Hannah Ginns   b. about 1821 at Desborough (apparently unmarried)
Birth: about 1852, at DesboroughCensus

Pedigree
   1155
Married: (1) Elizabeth Marlow  at Desborough 04 Aug 1872IGI
b. 15 Jan 1849, at Desborough  d. 05 Jul 1894, at Desborough, age: 45y

   27662.1 Effie Ginnsfemale
Birth: about 1874, at DesboroughCensus
Death: 16 Dec 1936, at Desborough, age: 63y. Probate
Probate: 26 Jan 1937  executors, etc
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Married: Alfred Marlow  1896BMD
b. about 1874, at Desborough  d. 16 May 1933, at Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, Surrey, age: 59y

Birth: about 1877, at DesboroughCensus
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Married: Edith Annie Walker  1901BMD
b. about 1880, at Desborough

   170283.1 Frederick Alfred Ginnsmale
Birth: about 1903, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 18 Jan 1903 at DesboroughIGI

   170293.2 Clifford James Ginnsmale
Birth: about 1906, at DesboroughCensus

   27682.3 Emma Ginnsfemale
Birth: about 1880, at DesboroughCensus

   431
Married: (2) Esther Coe nee Coe  1899BMD
b. about 1848, at Desborough  d. 19 Aug 1917

 


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