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Thomas Loake

 

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   3967 1.0 Thomas Loakemale
249 Father: Thomas Loake   b. 09 Feb 1812 at Desborough
3966 Mother: Eliza Hillyard   b. about 1806 at Scaldwell, Northamptonshire
Baptism: 29 Jun 1834 at DesboroughIGI

Pedigree
   4156
Married: (1) Mary Light  1856BMD
b. about 1836, at Chertsey, Surrey  d. 1885, age: 54y

   45672.1 Edith M Loakefemale
Birth: about 1858, at Oxford, OxfordshireCensus

   41592.2 Constance Eliza Loakefemale
Birth: about 1860, at Oxford, OxfordshireCensus

   41602.3 Thomas Loakemale
Birth: about 1862, at Oxford, OxfordshireCensus

   41612.4 Blanche Loakefemale
Birth: about 1864, at Oxford, OxfordshireCensus

Birth: about 1866, at Oxford, OxfordshireCensus

Birth: about 1870, at Stepney, LondonCensus

   13520
Married: (2) Annie Chamberlain  1888BMD
b. about 1863, at Bow, London

 


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