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Thomas Loake


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   3940 1.0 Thomas Loakemale
May not be attached to the correct wife
3904 Father: George Loake    b. 13 Aug 1718 at Desborough
3939 Mother: Sarah [not known]    b. before 1723
Birth: 14 Nov 1741, at Desborough (source reads: Born Thomas the Son of George Loake and Sarah his wife) Bp Transcripts Desb
Death: 14 Sep 1823, age: 81yMI   memorial
Burial: 17 Sep 1823 at St Giles, DesboroughNBI

Married: Ann Cave  at Desborough by Licence, 26 Nov 1772 (marriage source reads: Thos Loake and Ann Cave Both of this parish By Licence) Bp Transcripts Desb
b. before 1756Est. from marriage

   143182.1 Ann Loakefemale
Birth: about 1774MI
Death: 05 Sep 1797, age: 23yMI   memorial
Burial: at St Giles, DesboroughMI

   143192.2 Mary Loakefemale
Birth: about 1774MI
Death: 09 Sep 1800, age: 26yMI   memorial
Burial: at St Giles, DesboroughMI

   143202.3 Samuel Loakemale
Birth: about 1783MI
Death: 17 Feb 1813, age: 30yMI   memorial
Burial: at St Giles, DesboroughMI

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