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Henry Sharpe

 

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   8219 1.0 Henry Sharpemale

Birth: before 1624Est. from marriage

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   8220
Married: Elizabeth Robinson  at Desborough 06 Oct 1642 (marriage source reads: Henry Sharpe & Eliz Robinson both of this parish)Rec. Off. Trans.
b. before 1624

   106382.1 Mary Sharpefemale
Not found a baptism record yet so she may not be attached to the correct parents
Burial: 16 Aug 1652 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Mary Sharpe the daughter of Henry Sharpe')Parish Reg

Baptism: 13 Feb 1647/48 at Desborough (source reads 'Eliz d Henry Sharp')Rec. Off. Trans.
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Married: Edward Allen  at Desborough 04 Jun 1672 (marriage source reads: Edward Allen and Elizabeth Sharp both of Desborough)Parish Reg
b. before 1654, at Desborough  d. 06 Jan 1672, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: [see son's baptism record])

   102623.1 Edward Allenmale
Baptism: 07 June 1673 at Desborough (source reads 'Edward the Sonne of Elizabeth Allen Widdow whose husband died the 6 of Januery last past')Parish Reg

   82212.3 Henry Sharpmale
Baptism: 29 Jun 1651 at DesboroughParish Reg

 


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