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Ann Coe

 

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   2815 1.0 Ann Coefemale
901 Father: John Coe   b. 14 Sep 1834 at Desborough   d. 07 Apr 1923
2809 Mother: Elizabeth Martin   b. about 1836 at Rothwell, Northamptonshire   d. about 1875
Birth: 18 Mar 1862, at DesboroughCensus
Death: 10 Mar 1936, at Desborough, age: 73y 11mMI  memorial
Burial: Sep 1933 at Desborough Cemetery, DesboroughNBI
Probate: 17 Sep 1936  executors, etc

Pedigree
   3543
Married: Jesse Marlow  about 1882BMD
b. 02 Apr 1863, at Desborough  d. 16 Sep 1933, age: 70y

Birth: 18 Dec 1882, at DesboroughMI
Death: 24 Apr 1917, age: 34y. MI  memorial
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Married: George Ernest Aiers  1904BMD
b. 1881, at Cononley, Yorkshire

   126793.1 Dorothy Aiersfemale
Birth: 26 Sep 1907, at Lowdham, NottinghamshireMI
Death: 16 Oct 1991, age: 84y. MI  memorial
Burial: at Desborough Cemetery, DesboroughNBI
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Married: Frederick Arthur Groocock 
b. 25 Aug 1907, at Desborough  d. 28 Mar 1973, age: 66y

   49542.4 Oliver Marlowmale
Birth: about 1889, at DesboroughCensus

   90782.5 Ewart Marlowmale
Birth: about 1896, at DesboroughCensus
Burial: 07 Jul 1965 at DesboroughNhants PRs

 


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