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Richard Lovett Newman Turner

 

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   2962 1.0 Richard Lovett Newman Turnermale
2943 Father: William Lovett Turner   b. about 1816 at West Haddon, Northamptonshire   d. 24 Jun 1885 at Church House, Desborough
14202 Mother: Matilda Newman   b. about 1838 at Andover, Hampshire   d. 08 Jan 1865 at Church House, Desborough
Baptism: 23 Jul 1865 at DesboroughIGI

Pedigree
   1896
Married: Maria Baldwin  1885BMD
b. about 1865, at Desborough

   93782.1 Richard Turnermale
Birth: about 1884, at DesboroughCensus

   29712.2 William Turnermale
Baptism: 04 Jul 1886 at DesboroughIGI

   29722.3 William Frederick Turnermale
Baptism: 01 Apr 1888 at DesboroughIGI

   29732.4 Catherine Gertrude Turnerfemale
Baptism: 25 Dec 1890 at DesboroughIGI

   29742.5 May Turnerfemale
Baptism: 26 Jun 1892 at DesboroughIGI

   93792.6 Matilda Turnerfemale
Birth: about 1896, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 29 Mar 1897 at DesboroughIGI

   93802.7 Laurence Turnermale
Birth: about 1899, at DesboroughCensus

   172792.8 Ethel Lovett Turnerfemale
Baptism: 07 Mar 1901 at DesboroughIGI

 


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