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Rebecca [not known]

 

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   4188 1.0 Rebecca [not known]female

Birth: before 1674Est. from child
Burial: 08 Nov 1719 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Rebekah the Wife of Richard King')Bp Transcripts Desb

Pedigree
   4187
Married: Richard King  before 1695Est. from child
b. before 1677

   41892.1 Mary Kingfemale
Baptism: 15 Mar 1694/95 at Desborough (source reads 'Mary the daughter of Richard and Rebecca King')Parish Reg

   41912.2 Catherine Kingfemale
Baptism: 17 Nov 1700 at DesboroughIGI
Burial: 18 Apr 1713 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Katherine the Daughter of Richard King')Bp Transcripts Desb

   41902.3 Mary Kingfemale
Baptism: 06 Jan 1703 at DesboroughIGI

   41922.4 Bridget Kingfemale
Birth: 1707, at Desborough (source reads: Born 1707 Bridget the Daughter of Rich. King)Bp Transcripts Desb

   41932.5 Rebecca Kingfemale
Birth: 1708, at DesboroughIGI
Burial: 27 Sep 1714 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Rebekah Daughter of Richard King')Bp Transcripts Desb

 


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