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Ann Panter


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   785 1.0 Ann Panterfemale
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.
782 Father: James Panter   b. 02 Dec 1798 at Desborough   d. 1870
783 Mother: Ann Foster   b. 10 Feb 1815 at Rothwell, Northamptonshire
Birth: about 1843, at DesboroughCensus

Married: Thomas Keyte  1863BMD
b. 02 Apr 1843  d. 1867, at Yorkshire, age: 24y

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

   93643.1 James A Colesmale
Birth: about 1900, at DesboroughCensus



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