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George Coe

 

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   7148 1.0 George Coemale
It seems likely that George is related to Temperance Robinson, nee Coe, as his children were visiting her in 1841. He may be her brother (see ref: 6752) b 1793

Birth: before 1797Est. from marriage

Pedigree
   7149
Married: Elizabeth Nichols  at Market Harborough, Leicestershire 22 May 1815IGI
b. before 1797

   71502.1 Joseph Coemale
Birth: 27 Dec 1820, at Market Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records
Baptism: 19 Jun 1821 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records

   71512.2 John Coemale
Birth: 22 Jan 1823, at Farndon, NorthamptonshireInd. Records
Baptism: 09 May 1823 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records

   71522.3 Elizabeth Coefemale
Birth: 6 Feb 1828, at Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records
Baptism: 21 Oct 1832 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records

   71532.4 Rebecca Coefemale
Birth: 16 Mar 1833, at Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records
Baptism: 26 May 1833 at Independent, Market Harborough, LeicestershireInd. Records

 


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