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Ann Foster

 

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   783 1.0 Ann Fosterfemale
193 Father: William Foster   b. 16 Feb 1779 at Desborough
194 Mother: Mary Nursey   b. 18 Dec 1779 at Desborough
Birth: 10 Feb 1815, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireWesleyan Reg
Baptism: 21 Sep 1815 at Wesleyan Chapel, DesboroughWesleyan Reg

Pedigree
   782
Married: James Panter  before 1840Est. from child
b. 02 Dec 1798, at Desborough (source reads: James son of Thos and Sarah Panter)  d. 1870, age: 72y

   48402.2 James Pantermale
Birth: about 1840, at DesboroughCensus
Baptism: 23 Nov 1845 at DesboroughIGI

Ann's husband came to Desborough with his family between 1854 and 1858. Like his father he worked as a railway labourer. The fact that he and Ann married in Yorkshire suggests that they ran away to get married without her parents' consent. Sadly Thomas died within 4 years and Ann returned home, their daughter Elizabeth being born in Desborough. She may possibly have returned to Desborough to have her child before Thomas died as the birth was registered the quarter before his death.
Birth: about 1843, at DesboroughCensus
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Married: Thomas Keyte  1863BMD
b. 02 Apr 1843  d. 1867, at Yorkshire, age: 24y

Birth: 1867, at DesboroughBMD
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Married: William Coles  1898BMD
b. about 1871, at Gretton, Northamptonshire

   93644.1 James A Colesmale
Birth: about 1900, at DesboroughCensus

   7842.4 James Pantermale
Birth: about 1848, at DesboroughCensus
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Married: Eliza Burditt nee Foster  at Wesleyan Chapel, Desborough 21 Sep 1885Mercury
b. about 1847, at Desborough

 


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:- where there is a marriage or children recorded, the date is estimated at 16-18 years before the earliest date;
:- where there is only a burial known, if the person or their spouse is described as "old", the birth is estimated at 50 years earlier; if they are described as "very old", the birth is estimated at 60 years earlier; if neither, the birth is estimated at 18 years earlier.

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