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Elizabeth Hawes

 

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   611 1.0 Elizabeth Hawesfemale
610 Father: James Hawes   b. about 1818 at Desborough   d. about 1861
603 Mother: Hannah Ginns   b. about 1819 at Desborough   d. 1892
Birth: about 1846, at DesboroughBMD

Pedigree
   3230
Married: William Allen  at Independent Chapel, Desborough 09 Apr 1871Mercury
b. about 1842, at Desborough  d. 09 Feb 1929, at 45 King St, Desborough, age: 87y

   32332.1 William Howard Allenmale
Birth: about 1872, at DesboroughBMD

   32342.2 Bertha Allenfemale
Birth: about 1877, at DesboroughCensus

   32352.3 Mary Ann Allenfemale
Birth: about 1879, at DesboroughCensus

Birth: 11 Mar 1882, at DesboroughWW1 Army
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Married: Nellie Ginns  16 Sep 1917WW1 Army
b. about 1884, at Desborough

   100183.1 Frederick Leslie Allenmale
Birth: 29 May 1908, at DesboroughWW1 Army

   47862.5 Frank Allenmale
Birth: about 1887, at DesboroughCensus

 


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