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Hannah Cragg

 

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   6059 1.0 Hannah Craggfemale
Father: John Cragg
Mother: Hannah Franklin
Birth: 28 May 1820, at LondonParish Reg
Baptism: 13 Aug 1820 at St Leonards, Shoreditch, London (source reads 'Hannah; John & Hannah Cragg; Trafalgar Street; Watch Maker')Parish Reg

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Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Census Details: not at Desborough in 1841 1851 1861
   6057
Married: Benjamin Riley  at Stoke Newington, Middlesex 29 May 1839Mrg Cert
b. 25 Apr 1803, at Coventry, Warwickshire

   60662.7 Hannah Rileyfemale
Birth: about 1840, at Stoke Newington, MiddlesexCensus

   60672.8 Martha Rileyfemale
Birth: about 1842, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   60682.9 David Rileymale
Birth: about 1843, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   60692.10 Lydia Rileyfemale
Birth: about 1844, at LondonCensus

   60702.11 Joseph Rileymale
Birth: about 1846, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   60712.12 Esther Rileyfemale
Birth: about 1849, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   60762.13 Daniel Rileymale
Birth: about 1850, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   60722.14 Thomas Abijah Rileymale
Birth: about 1854, at LondonCensus

   60732.15 Charles Rileymale
Birth: about 1855, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

   60742.16 Grace Rileyfemale
Birth: about 1860, at St Pancras, LondonCensus

 


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