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William Baynes

 

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   6166 1.0 William Baynesmale
Farmer, according to 1851 census for daughter Hannah

Birth: about 1791Census

Pedigree
   6167
Married: Ann [not known]  before 1822Est. from child
b. before 1810

Birth: about 1822, at Horninghold, LeicestershireCensus
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Married: John Jackson  1846BMD
b. about 1818, at Oakham, Rutland

   148323.1 Eliza Ann Jacksonfemale
Birth: about 1848, at Oakham, RutlandCensus

   148313.2 William Jacksonmale
Birth: about Feb 1851, at Oakham, RutlandCensus

   148333.3 Mary Ellen Jacksonfemale
Birth: about 1858, at Oakham, RutlandCensus

   61692.2 Charlotte Baynesfemale
Baptism: 01 Mar 1824 at DesboroughIGI
Death: 1839BMD

   143332.3 Emma Baynesfemale
Birth: about 1826Census

   61682.4 John Baynesmale
Baptism: 16 Sep 1827 at DesboroughIGI

   61732.5 Josiah Baynesmale
Baptism: 05 Sep 1829 at DesboroughIGI

   61702.6 Mary Jane Baynesfemale
Baptism: 29 May 1831 at DesboroughIGI
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Married: Thomas Thorpe  about 1850BMD
b. about 1826, at Leicester, Leicestershire

   61712.7 Jemima Baynesfemale
Baptism: 11 Jun 1833 at DesboroughIGI
Death: 1854BMD

   61722.8 Hannah Penninah Baynesfemale
Baptism: 30 Sep 1835 at DesboroughIGI
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Married: John Simmons  1864BMD

 


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