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Francis Hooke

 

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   7924 1.0 Francis Hookemale


Pedigree

Vicar of St Giles 1646-1656
Birth: about 1612Alumni Cantab
Baptism: 06 Dec 1612 at St Peter, Northampton, NorthamptonshireAlumni Cantab
Death: 1679Alumni Cantab
Burial: 30 Jun 1679 at St Peter, Northampton, NorthamptonshireAlumni Cantab

Additional information: Desborough Clergy
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Married: Mary Rolston  at Stoke Albany, Northamptonshire 19 Jul 1646Alumni Cantab
 d. 1691

   158893.1 Nathaniel Hookemale
Birth: 11 May 1647, at DesboroughRec. Off. Trans.
Baptism: 16 May 1647 at Desborough (source reads '(The Lord's Day) Nathaniel s Richard Hooke, Vicar, & Mary - born twixt 7 & 8 of the clock at night being Tuesday, May 11th')Rec. Off. Trans.

 


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