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Mary [ARLEIDGE]
of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
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Mary [ARLEIDGE]
~1649 - bur.1699
of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
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Mary [ARLEIDGE]
~1649 - bur.1699
of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
  m. George ARLEIDGE (bap.1664 - 1709)
 
Mary ARLEIDGE
bap.1699 - ~1749
of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
  m. William NEWAY (~1683 - ~1733)
 
John NEWAY
~1740 - ~1790
Mary NEWAY
bap.1722 - ~1772
of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Elizabeth 'Eliza' NEWAY
bap.1726 - ~1776
of Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Narrative and Notes

Mary died in childbirth or shortly afterwards. She was buried on the same day as her daughter Mary was baptized.

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Date
Age*
Event
Place
11 Aug 1699
50
Burial 
Kenilworth, Warwickshire
11 Aug 1699
50
Baptism of daughter Mary ARLEIDGE 
Kenilworth, Warwickshire
15 Apr 1702
52
Marriage of husband George ARLEIDGE and Mary KEEN 
Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Jun 1709
59
Death of husband George ARLEIDGE 
Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - Kenilworth, St Nicholas, Parish Record

X Mary wife of George Arlidge carpenter was Buried on ffryday August 11th 1699

2 - Kenilworth, St Nicholas, Parish Record

Mary Daughter of Gorge Arlidge Carpenter & Mary his wife was Baptized on ffriday August 11th 1699

3 - Staffordshire, Dioceses of Lichfield & Coventry Marriage Allegations and Bonds

Georgium Arlidge de Kenelworth in Coun Warw Carpenter

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George Arlidge and Mary Keen, both of Kenelworth in the County of Warw

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to be openly solemnized in the Parish Church of Kenelworth

...

George signum [A] Arlidge

4 - Staffordshire, Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry wills and probate 1521-1860

1709 October 13 - Arleidge George - Kenilworth - Adm

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A true and perfect infantry of all the goods chattels and cattle of George Arleidge late of Kenilworth in the County of Warwick and Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry deceased taken and appriz'd this 21st day of July 1709 by us whose names are here subscribed

Impris his wearing apparell & money in pocket - £01-10s-06d

Item in his house his pewter dishes - 00- 07-00

Item one Brass pot & one table - 00-13-04

Item other small mathers in the same place - 00-03-04

Item in the paulor an old joyn'd bedstead - 00-05-00

Item an old feather bed two blankets one boldter & pillow 01-00-04

Item two little tables two old chairs - 00-05-08

Item in the buttery two old tables two barrels a doughtub 00-05-06

Item in the chamber one bedstead and old coffer - 00-01-04

Item two blankets some small linen & lumber - 00-09-00

Item one crabmill and two brasses - 02-10-00

Item two old cowes - 03-00-00

Item thirty sheep - 03-01-04

Item winter corn growing - 01-15-00

Item oates growing - 01-00-00

Item a small parcel of Oak wood - 01-00-04

Item Grass growing - 01-00-04

Tot sum £18-08s-00d

Jacob Arleidge Senr }

Jacob Arleidge Junr } Apprizers

John Farmer }

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