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Elizabeth Willford

 

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   8882 1.0 Elizabeth Willfordfemale
Identification uncertain. Her age and names/ages of youngest 2 children match widow Eliza Martin, but no marriage yet traced.

Birth: about 1843, at DesboroughCensus

Pedigree
   8881
Married: (1) George Letts  about 1866BMD
b. about 1845, at Rothwell, Northamptonshire

   88832.1 Charlotte Lettsfemale
Birth: about 1869, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

   88842.2 Hannah Lettsfemale
Birth: about 1873, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

   88852.3 George Lettsmale
Birth: about 1875, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

   88862.4 Elizabeth Letts   also known as Elizabeth Martinfemale
See note under mother
Birth: about 1878, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

   88872.5 Louisa Letts   also known as Louisa Martinfemale
See note under mother
Birth: about 1880, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

   8889
Married: (2) [male] Martin  before 1882Est. from child

   88882.1 Emily Martinfemale
Uncertain whether this is the daughter of the first or second marriage
Birth: about 1882, at Rothwell, NorthamptonshireCensus

 


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