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Reference Name HOLLAND FEN PAR/1/1

The numbered entries (1-800) are dated 1813-1835; there are however 12 entries at the front of the register for baptisms occurring between 1811-1812 that were "solemnized in Holland Fen Chapel previous to the commencement of this Register Book" and also one entry for Aug 8 1813 that was omitted from the register.
6 June 1811 - Elizabeth, daughter of John & Sarah Howit, Kirton, Labourer.
5 Jul 1812 - William Bartam, son of William & Sarah Herd, Kirton, Labourer.
5 Jul 1812 - Charles, son of John & Sarah Freeston, Foysdike (Fosdyke), Labourer.
5 Jul 1812 - Jane, daughter of William & Elizabeth Watson, Kirton; Labourer.
6 Sep 1812 - William, son of George & Catherine Wadsley, Kirton, Farmer.
27 Sep 1812 - John, son of William & Elizabeth Hudson, Forty foot Bank, Boatman.
11 Oct 1812 - William, son of Thomas & Sarah Moore, Sutterton, Labourer.
11 Oct 1812 - Elizabeth, daughter of John & Sarah Chambers, Forty foot Bank, Labourer.
11 Oct 1812 - William, son of George & Susan Oglesby, Brothertoft, Labourer.
22 Nov 1812 - Joseph, son of Benjamin & Sarah Lealand, Fosdike (Fosdyke), Miller & Baker.
24 Dec 1812 - Sophia, daughter of Robert & Sarah Cartwright, Kirton, Farmer.
24 Dec 1812 - William, son of Samuel & Anne Jissop, North forty foot Bank, Labourer.
8 Aug 1813 - Ann, daughter of William & Charlotte Westmoreland, Alderkirk Fen, Farmer.

Date: 1811-1835

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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