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Elizabeth Arter

 

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   7040 1.0 Elizabeth Arterfemale

Birth: about 1822, at Burton, YorkshireCensus

Pedigree
   7028
Married: Charles Bromwich Buswell  about 1841BMD
b. 20 Jun 1820, at Desborough

Birth: about 1846, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 07 Jun 1846 at DesboroughIGI
16613
Married: Elizabeth Tamkin  1869BMD
b. about 1849, at Waltham Abbey, Essex

   166143.1 John W Buswellmale
Birth: about 1872, at Stantonbury, BuckinghamshireCensus

   166153.2 Alice Buswellfemale
Birth: about 1875, at Stony Stratford, BuckinghamshireCensus

   166163.3 Ada R Buswellfemale
Birth: about 1877, at Stony Stratford, BuckinghamshireCensus

   166173.4 Charles L Buswellmale
Birth: about 1880, at Stony Stratford, BuckinghamshireCensus

   175203.5 Mabel Buswellfemale
Birth: about 1883, at Stony Stratford, BuckinghamshireCensus

   175213.6 Laura Buswellfemale
Birth: about 1886, at Stony Stratford, BuckinghamshireCensus

   175223.7 Louis Buswellmale
Birth: about 1889, at Stony Stratford, BuckinghamshireCensus

   70422.2 Sarah Buswellfemale
Birth: about 1850, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

 


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