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From: "John Brown" <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] IGI birth/christening double entry
Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2004 20:42:35 -0000
References: <000c01c2b023$41084480$f906883e@chris> <email@example.com> <011601c3d089$db6c2320$707c2750@diane> <023501c3d0a0$15299fa0$87877ad5@twleckuj> <02f101c3d0a3$a4e00fa0$63e8adcb@charles>
"Keith" <> wrote :
>Seemingly when Elizabeth was born her parents belonged to the Baptist
>faith, and the 1816 date would have been that of a birth. Between 1816
>and 1825 the parents changed faith, and the encumbent at St. John's
>CoE), Erith, would have persauded them to have Elizabeth baptised
>along with her new sister.
On reflection, I have to agree.
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