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Elizabeth Smith

 

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   6879 1.0 Elizabeth Smithfemale
6877 Father: Thomas Smith   b. before 1697 at Desborough
6878 Mother: Mary Barlow   b. before 1697 at Desborough
Baptism: 30 May 1716 at Desborough (source reads 'Elizabeth the Daughter of Thomas & Mary Smith')Bp Transcripts Desb
Burial: 22 Sep 1787, aged c. 71y, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Elizabeth Wells')Bp Transcripts Desb

Pedigree
   6883
Married: John Wells  at Desborough 26 Jun 1739IGI
b. before 1721  bur. 29 Nov 1769, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Jn Wells)

   116992.1 Ann Wellsfemale
Baptism: 12 Aug 1739 at Desborough (source reads 'Ann the Daughter of John Wells & Elizabeth his wife')Bp Transcripts Desb

   118292.2 Catherine Wells   also known as Katherine Wellsfemale
Baptism: 10 Jun 1744 at Desborough (source reads 'Katherine the Daughter of John & Elizabeth Wells')Bp Transcripts Desb
Burial: 23 Feb 1760, aged c. 15y, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Cathern Wells')Bp Transcripts Desb

 


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