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Fanny Wallis


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   6614 1.0 Fanny Wallisfemale
No marriage record found for Fanny and John Hodges, but Lucy and Louisa Hodges' baptism records show their parents names as Fanny and John, and the girls were with Fanny's father in 1841
3717 Father: Thomas Wallis   b. 20 Jun 1767 at Desborough
1841 Mother: Ann Marlow   b. 31 May 1763 at Desborough
Baptism: 27 Sep 1801 at Desborough (source reads 'Fanny Dr of Thos & Ann Wallis')Bp Transcripts Desb

Married: John Hodges  before 1825Est. from child
b. before 1807

   72022.1 Lucy Hodgesfemale
Birth: 11 Sep 1825Ind. Records
Baptism: 13 Aug 1826 at Great Meeting House, Kettering, NorthamptonshireInd. Records

   72032.2 Louisa Hodgesfemale
Birth: 26 Dec 1827Ind. Records
Baptism: 31 Aug 1828 at Great Meeting House, Kettering, NorthamptonshireInd. Records



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