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Elizabeth Curtis

 

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   6757 1.0 Elizabeth Curtisfemale


Pedigree
   6752
Married: George Coe  before 1815Est. from child
b. 30 Jun 1793, at Desborough (source reads: George son of George and Mary Coe)  d. 1876, age: 76y

   68522.1 George Coemale
No proof yet that this George, son of George and Elizabeth, is the son of the George Coe who was married to Elizabeth Curtis
Baptism: 11 Jun 1815 at DesboroughIGI

   68512.2 George Coemale
Birth: 11 Sep 1818, at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireIGI
Baptism: 30 Sep 1818 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireIGI

   67532.3 Mary Coefemale
Birth: 12 Jul 1824, at Market Harborough, LeicestershireIGI
Baptism: 06 Aug 1824 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireIGI
6754
Married: Thomas Trasler  1867BMD
b. about 1822, at Market Harborough, Leicestershire

   68492.4 Martha Coefemale
Birth: 15 Sep 1826, at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireIGI
Baptism: 30 May 1827 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireIGI

 


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