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Richard Skinner

 

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   8082 1.0 Richard Skinnermale

Birth: before 1601, at DesboroughEst. from marriage

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Married: Elizabeth Spencer  at Desborough 21 Aug 1619 (marriage source reads: Richard Skinner & Eliz Spencer)Parish Reg
b. before 1601, at Desborough

   154342.1 William Skinnermale
Baptism: 26 Dec 1619 at Desborough (source reads 'Wm s Richard Skinner')Rec. Off. Trans.

   155332.2 Thomas Skinnermale
Baptism: 27 Aug 1622 at Desborough (source reads 'Thos s Richard Skinner')Rec. Off. Trans.

   155802.3 Elizabeth Skinnerfemale
Baptism: 15 Apr 1627 at Desborough (source reads 'Eliz d Richard & Eliz Skinner')Rec. Off. Trans.

   156292.4 Jane Skinnerfemale
Baptism: 10 Jan 1630/31 at Desborough (source reads 'Jane d Richard & Eliz Skinner')Rec. Off. Trans.
Burial: 14 Jan 1630/31, aged c. 4d, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Jane d Richard & Eliz Skinner - an infant')Rec. Off. Trans.

   156762.5 Mary Skinnerfemale
Baptism: 05 Feb 1633/34 at Desborough (source reads 'Mary d Richard & Eliz Skinner')Rec. Off. Trans.
Burial: -- Sep 1634, aged c. 7m, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Mary d Richard Skinner')Rec. Off. Trans.

 


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