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Sarah Hillier


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   1781 1.0 Sarah Hillierfemale
1524 Father: Richard Hillier (born 28 May 1809 at Burbage, Wiltshire ) Census
1525 Mother: Harriet Westall (born about 1808 at Burbage, Wiltshire ) Census
Birth: 30 Mar 1844, at Burbage, WiltshireCensus
Baptism: 07 Apr 1844 at Burbage, WiltshireIGI
Death: 27 Nov 1918IGI


Census Details: 1851 1861
Married: George Spencer  1867BMD
b. 11 Jun 1846, at Lambeth, London  d. 05 Jun 1911

   24762.1 William Spencermale
Birth: about 1868, at Peckham Rye, LondonCensus

   24722.2 John R Spencermale
Birth: about 1874, at Peckham Rye, LondonCensus

   24732.3 Arthur Spencermale
Birth: about 1879, at Kegworth, LeicestershireCensus

   24742.4 Frederick Spencermale
Birth: about 1884, at Kegworth, LeicestershireCensus

   24752.5 Harriet Matilda Spencerfemale
Birth: about 1886, at Kegworth, LeicestershireCensus



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