Mary Butcher

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Personal and Family Information

Mary was born on 25 JUN 1833, the daughter of James Butcher and Sarah Pritchett. The place is not known.

She died before 4 MAR 1842. The place is not known.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Mary Butcher
(1833-<1842)

 

James Butcher
(<1801-<1876)

 

Benjamin Butcher
(<1780-1852)

 

James Butcher
(<1760-?)

 
   

Sarah
(<1760-?)

 
   

Anne Elkington
(<1779-<1812)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Sarah Pritchett
(<1801-<1872)

 

John Pritchett
(<1769-1841)

 

William Pritchett
(<1749-?)

 
   

Mary Waddup
 

 
   

Sarah Wakefield
(<1764-1838)

 

Thomas Wakefield
(<1726-?)

 
   

Hannah Hopkins
(<1726-?)

 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth25 JUN 1833
DeathBEF 04 MAR 1842
Christening14 JUL 1833
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: Christening
Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
Source: Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
Authors: tr. SKF
Date: 1813-1841

Census1841
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: age 7, with parents, siblings
1841 census of Tingewick
Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
Date: 6 June 1841
Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury

Burial04 MAR 1842
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: Burial
Holton / Emerton / Butcher research by Sue Waine
Source: Holton / Emerton / Butcher research by Sue Waine
Authors: Sue Waine of Essex
Publisher: email & letter (FGSs) to SKF March 2005

Sources

  1. Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
    Source: Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
    Authors: tr. SKF
    Date: 1813-1841
  2. Holton / Emerton / Butcher research by Sue Waine
    Source: Holton / Emerton / Butcher research by Sue Waine
    Authors: Sue Waine of Essex
    Publisher: email & letter (FGSs) to SKF March 2005
  3. 1841 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
    Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
    Date: 6 June 1841
    Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury