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Anne Gutteridge

 

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   6080 1.0 Anne Gutteridgefemale
In 1771 Anne was nurse to HRH Prince Edward, later Duke of Kent and father of HM Queen Victoria. Mentioned in brother Bartin's will dated 5 Jan 1759
8018 Father: Bartin Gutteridge   b. 19 May 1681 at Desborough   bur. 26 Jan 1757 at St Giles, Desborough
6079 Mother: Anne Hill   b. before 1704 at Rothwell, Northamptonshire   bur. 20 Jun 1773 at St Giles, Desborough
Birth: 17 Jan 1730/31, at DesboroughNhants Clergy
Baptism: 16 Feb 1730/31 at Desborough (source reads 'Anne the Daughter of Bartin Gutteridge & Anne his Wife')Bp Transcripts Desb
Death: 30 Dec 1806, age: 74Nhants Clergy

Pedigree
   6081
Married: Thomas Percy  at Desborough by Licence, 24 Apr 1759 (marriage source reads: By Licence Thos Percy and Ann Gutteridg)Bp Transcripts Desb
b. 13 Apr 1729, at Bridgnorth, Shropshire

   80232.1 Anne Cleveland Percyfemale
Birth: 18 Mar 1760, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio
Death: 18 Nov 1770, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio

   80242.2 Barbara Percyfemale
Birth: 03 Aug 1761, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio

   80252.3 Henry Percymale
Birth: 07 Feb 1763, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio

   80262.4 Elizabeth Percyfemale
Birth: 11 Jul 1765, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio

   80272.5 Charlotte Percyfemale
Birth: 01 Sep 1767, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio
Death: 09 Jan 1771, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio

   80282.6 Hester Percyfemale
Birth: 04 Jul 1772, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio
Death: 19 Feb 1774, at Easton Maudit, NorthamptonshireBishop Percy's Folio

 


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