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Hannah Braynes

 

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   7888 1.0 Hannah Braynesfemale

Birth: before 1633, at Nether Heyford, NorthamptonshireEst. from child

Pedigree
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Married: Richard Lole  at Desborough 19 Apr 1650 (marriage source reads: Richard Lole of Desborow & Hannah Braynes of neather Heyford)Parish Reg
b. before 1633, at Desborough

   104652.1 [female] Lolefemale
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Married: Thomas Garrot 
 bur. 05 Feb 1669/70, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Thomas Garrot son in law to Richard Lole buried)

   78862.2 Edward Loalemale
Baptism record transcribed originally as Loake, but now believed to be Loale. Mentioned in grandfather's will. Legacy is left directly to him
Baptism: 25 May 1651 at DesboroughParish Reg

Mentioned in Grandfather Edward's Will
Baptism: 14 Nov 1652 at DesboroughParish Reg
Burial: 12 Apr 1718, aged c. 65y, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Anthony Lole')Bp Transcripts Desb
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Married: Alice Olliver  at Desborough 14 Apr 1680 (marriage source reads: Anthonie Lole & Ailce Olliver both of this parrish)Parish Reg
b. before 1662, at Desborough  bur. 20 May 1715, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Alice Wife of Anthony Lole)

   104143.1 Hannah Lolefemale
Baptism: 04 Feb 1680/81 at Desborough (source reads 'Hannah the daughter of Anthony Lole & Alice his wife')Parish Reg

 


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