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Inventory - Laxton, Susanna (1702)

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  • lincslady2 30-September-2012 15:11:38

    Inventory of Susannah Laxton of Thurlby, widow, dated December 3rd 1702. Susannah was the widow of Richard Laxton. The children that I know of from their marriage are John, Susannah, Thomas & Deborah.

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Reference Name INV/196/71

Name: Laxton, Susanna

Profession: Widow

Place: Thurlby, Lincolnshire

Date: 1702

Notes: Not specified which Thurlby.

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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