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Thomas Jesson


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   6271 1.0 Thomas Jessonmale

Birth: about 1819, at Cold Ashby, NorthamptonshireCensus


Birth: about 1852, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus
Death: 21 Jun 1891, at Desborough, age: 39y. BMD
Married: Sarah Meadows Jones  about 1871BMD
b. about 1853, at Cold Ashby, Northamptonshire

Marriage record in BMD shows "Unias [or Uniss] Sarah A Jesson"
Birth: about 1874, at Shenton, NottinghamshireCensus
Married: William Bolton  1890BMD
b. about 1872, at Leicester, Leicestershire

   62724.1 Elizabeth Boltonfemale
Birth: about Feb 1891, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus

   62673.2 George Jessonmale
Birth: about 1877, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus

   62683.3 Florence A Jessonfemale
Birth: about 1881, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus

   62693.4 Caroline Jessonfemale
Birth: about 1886, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus

   62703.5 John J Jessonmale
Birth: about 1889, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus



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