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Martha Bosworth

 

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   5981 1.0 Martha Bosworthfemale
5982 Father: John Bosworth   b. about 1806 at Northamptonshire
5983 Mother: Elizabeth [not known]   b. about 1811 at Northamptonshire
Birth: about 1843, at Naseby, NorthamptonshireCensus
Baptism: 26 Mar 1843 at Naseby, NorthamptonshireIGI

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Married: Joseph Bosworth  1864BMD
b. about 1844, at Guilsborough, Northamptonshire

   135782.1 Sarah A Bosworthfemale
Birth: about 1866, at Sheffield, YorkshireCensus

   135792.2 Ada Bosworthfemale
Birth: about 1870, at Sheffield, YorkshireCensus

   59842.3 Mary E Bosworthfemale
Birth: about 1872, at Sheffield, YorkshireCensus

   59852.4 Rose E Bosworthfemale
Birth: about 1881, at Bruntingthorpe, LeicestershireCensus

   59862.5 Joseph Bosworthmale
Birth: about 1886, at Great Easton, LeicestershireCensus

 


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