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Ferdinando Poulton


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   7962 1.0 Ferdinando Poultonmale

Birth: before 1636, at DesboroughEst. from child
Burial: 14 Aug 1708 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Ferdinando Pulton Esqr') Bp Transcripts Desb

Married: Mary Gifford  28 Jan 1649 (marriage source reads: Mr Fardinando Pulton said to bee Married the 28th January 1649. But nothing presented to mee of it for to record) Parish Reg
b. before 1636, at Blackladies, StaffordshireEst. from child

   79642.1 [son 1] Poultonmale
Birth: before 1654, at DesboroughDNB

   79652.2 Andrew Poultonmale
Birth: 20 Jan 1654, at DesboroughDNB
Death: 05 Aug 1710 , at St Germain, FranceDNB

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   107852.3 Thomas Poultonmale
A Jesuit,like older brother Andrew
Birth: 1668, at DesboroughDNB

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