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Harriet King


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   7409 1.0 Harriet Kingfemale
Father: Samuel King   b. about 1806 at City, London
Mother: Eliza [n.k.]   b. about 1807 at Southwark, London
Birth: about 1837, at Aldersgate, LondonCensus

Married: Henry Baines  1863BMD
b. 23 Dec 1838, at Desborough

   74102.1 Alice Clarissa Bainesfemale
Birth: 1864, at Wandsworth, LondonBMD

   74112.2 Harriet M Bainesfemale
Birth: 1866, at Clapham, LondonBMD

   74122.3 Emily Rebecca Bainesfemale
Birth: 1867, at Clapham, LondonBMD

   74132.4 Annie Eliza Bainesfemale
Married Alfred Augustus Church 1893, Lambeth
Birth: 1869, at Clapham, LondonBMD

   74142.5 Henry W Bainesmale
Birth: Dec 1870, at Pimlico, NorthamptonshireBMD

   114502.6 Edith Bainesfemale
Birth: 1873, at Pimlico, NorthamptonshireCensus

   114492.7 Frederick Charles Bainesmale
Birth: 1874, at Pimlico, NorthamptonshireBMD

   114512.8 Arthur E Bainesmale
Birth: 1877, at Pimlico, NorthamptonshireCensus

   114582.9 Francis E Bainesmale
Birth: 1879, at Pimlico, NorthamptonshireCensus



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