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Robert Marlow Sanders

 

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   4509 1.0 Robert Marlow Sandersmale
Robert and his brother David married sisters, Martha and Emma Wallis
4507 Father: Edward Sanders   b. about 1840 at Wilbarston, Northamptonshire
4508 Mother: Selina Marlow   b. 1846 at Rothwell, Northamptonshire   d. 07 Jul 1920
Birth: about 1870, at Wilbarston, NorthamptonshireCensus
Death: 10 May 1925, age: 55yMI  memorial
Burial: at Desborough Cemetery, DesboroughNBI

Pedigree
   1924
Married: (1) Martha Elizabeth Wallis  1887BMD
b. about 1869, at Desborough  d. 09 Mar 1895, at Desborough, age: 26y

   57372.1 Albert Sandersmale
Birth: about 1889, at DesboroughCensus

   57382.2 Walter Sandersmale
Birth: about Jul 1890, at DesboroughCensus

   177262.3 Arnold Sandersmale
Birth: about 1893Mercury
Death: 16 Aug 1899, at Desborough, age: 6y. Mercury

Additional Information: BMD Announcements; Inquest

   3306
Married: (2) Clara Panter  about 1897BMD
b. about 1865, at Desborough  d. 08 May 1925, age: 60y

 


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