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Dinah Cox

 

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   5210 1.0 Dinah Coxfemale

Birth: about 1839, at Harwell, BerkshireCensus

Pedigree

Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Census Details: not at Desborough in 1861 1871 1881 1891
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Married: George Tailby  at London 11 Dec 1859Mrg Cert
b. 13 Sep 1829, at Desborough

   165052.1 Sarah A Tailbyfemale
Birth: about 1858, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   165032.2 Adelaide Matilda Tailbyfemale
Birth: 08 Jan 1860Parish Reg
Baptism: 19 Oct 1862 at Holy Trinity, Kentish Town, LondonParish Reg
Death: 1865, age: 5y. BMD

   135762.3 Rosella Tailbyfemale
Birth: 1862, at Kentish Town, LondonBMD24 Sep 1862Parish Reg
Baptism: 19 Oct 1862 at Holy Trinity, Kentish Town, LondonParish Reg

   52112.4 George William Tailbymale
Birth: 11 Aug 1864, at St Pancras, LondonParish Reg
Baptism: 11 Sep 1864 at St John the Baptist, Kentish Town, Camden, LondonParish Reg

   165042.5 Emily Tailbyfemale
Birth: 04 Sep 1871Parish Reg
Baptism: 01 Oct 1871 at St Andrew, Haverstock Hill, Camden, LondonParish Reg

   135772.6 Alice Rebecca Tailby   also known as Rebecca Tailbyfemale
Birth: 22 Nov 1874, at Kentish Town, LondonParish Reg
Baptism: 20 Dec 1874 at St Andrew, Haverstock Hill, Camden, LondonParish Reg

 


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