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Jane Gutteridge


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   8030 1.0 Jane Gutteridgefemale
8010 Father: Bartin Gutteridge    bap. 03 Mar 1615 / 1616 at Desborough    d. before Jul 1692
8012 Mother: Alice [not known]
Birth: before 1655, at DesboroughEst. from marriage

Married: Samuel Rogers  at Desborough by Licence, 31 May 1673 (marriage source reads: Samuell Rogers and Jane Gutteridge both of Desborough married p licentiam) Parish Reg
b. before 1656, at DesboroughEst. from marriage
Niece of Thomas Gutteridge (will of 1729), has son Samuel Rogers Mansfield by first husband, so assumed to be the daughter of Jane Rogers nee Gutteridge
Baptism: 20 Mar 1673 /74 at Desborough (source reads 'Eliz the daughter of Samuell Rodgers') Parish Reg
Married: John Mansfield  before 1729

   109943.1 Martha Benoni Mansfieldfemale
Burial: 27 Dec 1714 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Martha Benoni Daugh of John & Elizabeth Mansfield') Bp Transcripts Desb

   80393.2 Samuel Rogers Mansfieldmale
Birth: before 1729Will

   106182.2 [not known] Rogers
Birth appears between 4th June and 16th July in the Parish Register
Birth: -- 1676, at Desborough (source reads: A Child of Samll Rogers and Jane born not baptized by me) Parish Reg

   106122.3 [not known] Rogers
Appears in parish register between Jan 5 and Feb 14
Birth: Feb? 1678 /79, at Desborough (source reads: A Child of Samll Rogers born) Parish Reg



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