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Descendants of Robert Dodgson

Generation No. 1
1. ROBERT1 DODGSON died in Paythorne. He married ELLEN BROWNE June 6, 1633 in Long Preston, daughter of JOHN BROWNE and MARGARET. She was born in Paythorne, and died in Paythorne.
Notes for ROBERT DODGSON:

Will of Robert Dodgson - In the name of God, Amen. The third day of March 1676 I Robert Dodgson of Paythorne in the parish of Gisburn and the county of York yeoman being sick in body and whole in mind but of perfect remembrance God be Praised. I do make and ordain this my last will and testament in the manner and form following. First and principally I committ and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Maker hoping by the Passion and Merits of Jesus Christ my Saviour to have free pardon and full remission of all my sins and my body to be buried in the parish church of Gisburn aforesaid at the discretion of my friends. Now as touching my worldly estate I disose thereof as followeth. And first my will and mind is that John Dodgson my eldest son shall have the land that I had by my wife and the tenement holden by lease under Mr. Walmsley after my wife's decease. I will he shall have that in case he join with her at paying of the fine (sic). Item I give to my son Robert Dodgson all the land that I bought off Henry Hewitt and that I bought off Richard Trotter and likewise I give to my son Robert £40 in money. Item I give to Margaret and Ellen Dodgson daughters of Christopher Dodgson to whom I am grandfather either of them 50 shillings a year giving a lawful discharge to the executors for the same. Item I give to George and Ellen Wilkinson son and daughter of William Wilkinson of Horton Hall deceased to whom I am grandfather either 50 shillings a year giving a lawful discharge to the executor for the same. Item I give to Ann, Ellen, Alice and Margaret Wilkinson daughters of William Wilkinson of Nappa Flats £20 to be equally divided amongst them giving a lawful discharge to the executors for the same. Item I give to my daughter Elizabeth, wife of Richard Brown £7. Item I give to my son John Dodgson all my husbandary gear. Item I give to Ellen my wife all the reversion of my personal estate whatsoever after any just debts and funeral expenses be paid. And lastly I do ordain and make Ellen Dodgson my wife my sole executrix of this my last will and testament.


The above named Robert Dodgson did this day and year above said expressed and declared those words above mentioned or words to the same effect being then of perfect memory to be his last will and testament.
Witnesses Christopher Dodgson and Robert Dodgson.
So who was this Robert? It is tempting to think that he is the Robert baptised in 1605 at Gisburn, but another Robert Dodgson will from around the same time makes me think that this isn't the case. In the registers before the birth of Robert and Ellen's children, Dodgsons are usually referred to as "of Newsholme" or they have no place name ascribed to them. The only exception to this is the burial of the widow Dodgson of Paythorne dated 27th February 1614/5. The fact that she is called the widow Dodgson rather than being given a name or having her late husband's name mentioned makes me think that she had been a widow for quite some time and had perhaps long been referred to in that manner. Could she have been Robert's mother? I'm sure that Robert must tie in to the Newsholme Dodgsons but quite how is not yet clear. The early Gisburn registers are incomplete. It is interesting that the Newsholme Dodgsons seem to disappear from Gisburn. One, John, goes to Southfield in Colne but where do the others go? Subsequent Dodgsons in the Registers all descend from Robert and Ellen. In other records there is mention of a William Dodgson in Paythorne before Robert. Some information about him follows -

Synopsis of will of William Dodgson of Paythorne 1557


In the name of God Amen the 15th day of the month of November ...... 1557 of Our Lord God I William Dogeson of Paythorne in Gisburn parish being whole of mind and good remembrance make my last will and testament in manner and form as hereafter followeth. Then first I bequeath my soul to God Almighty to his blessed mother Our Lady Saint Mary and to all the blessed company of Heaven and my body to be buried in my parish church yard of the said Gisburn. Item I give and bequeath unto my said parish church to be .................... 20pence. Item it is my will that Thomas Atkinson my son-in-law shall have my farmhold (?) after my decease by the licence of my landlord (?) Item I give unto Alice my daughter 1 arke and 1 brass pot. Item I give unto Richard Gibbons 1 red jacket. The residue of all my goods my debts paid, my bequests fullfilled, my funeral honestly discharged I give all wholly unto Jennet Dogeson my daughter whom I make my executrix for .... this my last will to be truly fulfilled and this being witnessed Christopher Dodgson James Airton Robert Coldherde (?) Richard Gibbons and William ...
Note loan book of year 1522 shows William Dogeson as tenant to the abbot of Sawley for Paythorne. Also in 1524 and 1545 he is listed under Paythorne in the lay subsidy rolls. He is the only Dodgson listed in Paythorne.
The following entries in the Gisburn parish registers relating to a Thomas Atkinson may have some connection with the Thomas Atkinson mentioned in William's will.
Baptisms 25.8.1565 Henry son of Thomas Atkinson

8.10.1574 Alice daughter of Thomas Atkinson


Burial 12.10.1565 Anna Atkinson

31.1.1565/6 Henry son of Thomas Atkinson

7.2.1566/7 Thomas Atkinson

8.1.1571 Jeneta Atkinson

13.5.1619 Thomas Atkinson

References to Richard Gibbons all burials

7.7.1578 the widow of Richard Gibbons of Paythorne

7.5.1588 John son of Richard Gibbons

7.2.1597/8 William Gibbons of Paythorne

25.4.1598 Richard Gibbons of Paythorne


References to Jeneta Dodgson

marriage 17.2.1558/9 William Swyre and Jeneta Dodshon

marriage 27.4.1576 John Airton and Jeneta Dodshon
The loan book and lay subsidies offer some information about early Dodgsons in Newsholme as follows
1522 Loan Book includes Newsome John Dogeson tenant to John Gregson
1524 Lay Subsidy Wapentake of Staincliffe includes Newsome John Dogeson and Richard Dogeson
1525 Lay Subsidy Newsome John Dogeson and Richard Dogeson
1543 Lay Subsidy Newsome Relict John Dodshon, Edward Dodshon, Richard Dod****, Robert ********, and Christopher ******** (the parchment is torn)
1545 Lay Subsidy Newsome Edward Dotson and Christopher Dodshon
The Staincliffe Muster Rolls for 1539 list under Newsome Edmund Dogeson, Christopher Dogeson and Richard Dogeson with the latter listed as not liable?

More About ROBERT DODGSON:

Burial: March 9, 1676/77, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 12, 2001

Will: March 3, 1675/76, Borthwick Institute
Notes for ELLEN BROWNE:

The Will of Ellen Dodgson


In the name of God, Amen. The 8th day of February 1681, I Ellen Dodgson of Paythorne in the County of York, widow, being sick of body but of perfect remembrance, praise be God for the same. I do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form as followeth. That is to say first and principally I do resign my soul into the merciful Hands of Almighty God my Creator assuredly hoping through the merits of my Blessed Saviour to obtain remision of all my sins and my body I commit to the earth from whence it came and to be decently buried by the discretion of my friends and executor hereinafter named, and for my worldy goods and estate the Lord has lent me, I dispose hereof as followeth:
Inprimis I give and bequeath to my oldest son John Dodgson 1 table and form, 1 long settle, 1 soiled chair and 1 fire range in the body stead of the house and likewise I give unto my son John Dodgson 1 Tester bed, 1 chest and 1 table in the parlour in the east end of the house also 1 arke and 1 pair of bed stocks in the chamber in the east end of the house and likewise 2 arkes and 1 pair of bed stocks in the chamber over the bodystead of the house. Item I give and bequeath to my son Christopher Dodgson 1 cow. Item I give and bequeath to my son Robert Dodgson half of the tenement holden by lease from Mr. Walmsley during the term of the lease in being. And likewise I give and bequeath unto my son Robert Dodgson all the reversion of my quick goods and likewise 1 great chest with all the bedding and clothes thereon standing in the chamber over the house and also I give and bequeth to my son Robert Dodgson 1 tester bed, 1 arke in the parlour chamber and 1 table and form thereto belonging, 1 cupboard with 5 best dishes thereon standing, 1 tester bed and 2 soiled chairs, 1 stone trough for holding water in the parlour in the west end of the house. Item I give and bequeath to Ann the wife of William Wilkinson of Nappa Flats £10 in money and for my apparel I give and bequeath to be equally divided amongst my three daughters that is to say Margaret Willcock, Ann Wilkinson and Elizabeth Brown. And then after my just debts be paid and discharged it is my will and mind that all the reversion of my bills, bonds and goods and chattles, reckonings and accounts whatsoever I give and bequeath to be equally divided between my two sons and two daughters that is to say Christopher Dodgson, Robert Dodgson, Ann Wilkinson and Elizabeth Brown. And lastly I do nominate and appoint my son Robert Dodgson sole executor of this my last will and testament revolking all other wills and testaments. And also I add to this my last will which I now make that I give and bequeath to Margaret Willcock my best chest standing in the parlour chamber.

Witnesses : Margaret Willcock, Ann Wilkinson, Chris Dodgson.


More About ELLEN BROWNE:

Burial: February 3, 1679/80, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: September 16, 1613, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 10, 2001

Will: February 8, 1680/81, Borthwick Institute

Children of ROBERT DODGSON and ELLEN BROWNE are:

2. i. CHRISTOPHER2 DODGSON, b. 1650, Paythorne; d. January 1730/31, Ellenthorpe, Gisburn.

3. ii. MARGARET DODGSON, b. Abt. 1636, Paythorne.

4. iii. ANN DODGSON, b. 1638, Paythorne.

iv. MARY DODGSON, b. Paythorne; d. Paythorne.


More About MARY DODGSON:

Burial: October 25, 1642, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: February 20, 1641/42, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 12, 2001


5. v. JOHN DODGSON, b. 1643, Paythorne; d. Paythorne.

6. vi. ELIZABETH DODGSON, b. 1646, Paythorne.

7. vii. ROBERT DODGSON, b. 1652, Paythorne; d. August 1721, Paythorne.

Generation No. 2
2. CHRISTOPHER2 DODGSON (ROBERT1) was born 1650 in Paythorne, and died January 1730/31 in Ellenthorpe, Gisburn. He married ELIZABETH SERGINSON July 17, 1673 in St. Mary's Gisburn, daughter of EDWARD SERGINSON and MARGARET DOBSON. She was born 1649 in Paythorne, and died February 1728/29 in Ellenthorpe, Gisburn.
Notes for CHRISTOPHER DODGSON:

At Ellenthorp Farm there are two houses. One has a datestone above the door with the initials CD and the date 1679. Inside the CD is a larger E. Mirroring the pattern at Paa Farm and Windy Pike with Robert and Agnes Dodgson and Christopher and Agnes Lancaster respectively I believe this stone to have been placed by Christopher Dodgson and his wife Elizabeth above the door of what was then known as Ellingthorpe Grange. The various wills and memorials relating to this particular family are fascinating. In 1711, first son Robert is the heir apparent. By the time of his father's will in 1728 though things have obviously gone wrong between the two.

Memorial 1711
An indenture bearing dates 16th February AD 1711 between Christopher Dodgson of Ellinthrop within th township of Paythorne in the parish of Gisburn in the county of York yeoman on the one part and Robert Dodgson of Ellinthrop aforesaid son and heir apparent of the said Christopher Dodgson on the other part of and concerning all that messuage or dwelling house and barn and garden and stable and all those closes, closures or parcels of land called and known by the several name or names of the Croft, the Gatelands, the Nar Kill Flats, the Far Kill Flats, the Widow Ings, the Mossfields, the Kirlinows, the Castill Banks, the Great Mill Butts and the Little Mill Butts containing by rough estimation 30 acres of land be the same more or less and are situate, lying and being at Ellingthorpe within Paythorne aforesaid and are now in the tenure and occupation of the said Christopher Dodgson his assignes or assigns which said indenture is witnessed by Robert Dodgson of Pay, William Lancaster of Windy Pike and Mary Dodgson of Ellingthorpe all the three living within the township of Paythorne in the parish of Gisburn in the county of York and Robert Dodgson and William Lancasters additions are yeomen and Mary Dodgsons spinster.

Signed and sealed in the presence of us Robert Dodgson junior, the mark of Agnes Dodgson

Robert Dodgson.

Memorial registered 19th May 1721 at 12 noon


This indenture of lease and release bearing dates 7th and 8th days of December in th seventh year of the reign of our gracious sovereign lord George by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, and AD 1720 made between Christopher Dodgson of Ellingthorpe Grange in the parish of Gisburn in the country of York yeoman and Elizabeth his wife of the one part and William Dodgson of Ellingthorpe Grange aforesaid third son of the said Christopher Dodgson of the other part of or concerning all that messuage or dwelling house commonly called and known by the name of Woosen Gap together with all and singular houses, outhouses, edifices, barns, buildings, orchards, gardens, and backsides thereunto belonging. And also all those several closes of arable land, meadow and pasture with the appurtenances to the said messuage belonging and therewith occupied commonly called Woosey, Woosey Gill Heads and the Intack. And also one little close or croft called Lawrence Croft within which formerly stood two messuages or cottages. And also all those several closes of arable land, meadow and pasture called and known by the several names of the Carhamsike, Carham End, and the Carhams, formerly divided into two closes the Bickersber's, the Lower Lofterann with one barn or laithe therein standing, the Higher Lofterann and Wheat Lofterann, Hewitt Lofterann, the Mour Close formerly divided into five, several closes and the Jufield all which said premises are situate, lying and being within the township, town fields, permits and territories of Paythorne in the parish of Gisburn and formely purchased and taken in exchange of James Browne, Thomas Ayrton , Anthony Allonson, James Allonson, William Lancaster, and Robert Dodgson and do contain by estimation 39 acres and one rood of land be the same more or less which said indentures is witnessed by Ephraim Garthwaite of Gisburn schoolmaster, John .............. of Highfield in Lancashire .......... William Lancaster of Windy Pike and Richard Tetlow gentleman both in the parish of Gisburn. Sealed and signed by the above names William Dodgson in the presence of us William Lancaster junior, Richard Tetlow.

William Dodgson.


Will of Christopher Dodgson 1728


In the name of God Amen. I, Christopher Dodgson of Ellingthorpe Grange in the parish of Gisburn and county of York yeoman being of sound and perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in the manner and form following that is to say Imprimis my will and mind is that all my just debts and funeral expenses shall be paid out of my personal estate by my executor hereafter named. Item I give and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth all my household goods to have give dispose of or sell the same as to her shall seem meet and convenient. Item. I give and bequeath to my third son William all my husbandry gear. I having heretofore given to my eldest son Robert a full half part out of the same which he has already had and received. Item. I give and bequeath to my said wife Elizabeth all the mean profits of all the rest and residue of my estate both real and personal for and during the time and term of her natural life, Item. My will and mind that all the just debts and funeral expenses of my said wife Elizabeth ( in case she should outlive me ) shall be paid out of my said personal estate by my said executors, provided that the mean profits of my estate above bequeathed to my said wife Elizabeth shall not extend to defray the same. Item. I give and bequeath to my eldest son Robert the sum of £10 nevertheless on condition that he behave himself quietly and peaceably towards my said wife and likewise towards all his brothers and sisters and that he give no disturbance to them or any of them as to for touching or concerning anything by this will or otherwise heretofore by me given sold aliened or enfeoffed to them or any of them and that he give such security in writing under his hand and seal so to behave himself as they or any of them or their council learned in the law shall judge to be requisite or necessary. But if my said son Robert shall not behave himself according to this my will and mind or shall refuse to give such security as here is specified my will and mind is and I do hereby give and bequeath unto him my said son Robert 1 shilling only. And I do further order and appoint that then the said sum of 10 pounds shall go towards and be expended in maintaining such troubles suits or actions as he the said Robert shall commence against them or any of them touching the premises or anything by this my said will ordered or anything heretofore by my sold given or disposed. Item I give and bequeath unto William Oddie my son-in-law the sum of £5 for and in consideration of his trouble about two children of my late son-in-law Joshua Blezard. Item I give and bequeath unto my eldest daughter Margaret wife of the said William Oddie the sum of £15. Item I give and bequeath to my second daughter Helen wife of William Lancaster the sum of £5. Item I give and bequeath unto my youngest daughter Mary now wife of Thomas Brennand the sum of £5. Item I give and bequeath to my youngest son William above said the sum of £15. and my will and mind is that the legacies above bequeathed to my said wife Eizabeth and likewise the legacy of my husbandry gear shall take place immediately after my decease. But that all the rest of my said legacies shall take place

accordingly shall be paid by my said executor as above specified within the space of one . And my will and mind further is that from and after the decease of myself and of my said wife Elizabeth that is to say after the decease of the longer liver of us all my estate at Ellingthorpe Grange which I purchased off Francis Lister Clarke and which is now in the occupation of my third son William together with all the edifices, lands, and all other appurtenances belonging to the same shall come descend and be given and accordingly I do hereby give devise and bequeath the same to my second son Christopher and to his heirs and assigns for ever. And lastly all the rest and residue of my estate whether real or personal goods cattels or chattles bills bonds and ready money whatsoever or wheresoever not herein or hereby given or disposed I give and bequeath to my second son Christopher and to his heirs and assigns for ever. And I do also make ordain nominate and appoint him my said second son Christopher sole executor of this my last will and testament revoking and disanulling all wills by me at anytime heretofore made. In witness whereof the said Christopher Dodgson have hereunto set my hand and seal this 8th day of February in the year of Our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight.


Signed published and declared Christopher Dodgson last will and testament in the presence of us Samuel Clark innholder, Joseph King grocer, Margaret Coer spinster, and John Hartley husbandman
The occupations of the above named witnesses come from the memorial of the will at the Registry of Deeds Wakefield. The reference there is DD 68 86. The memorial also continues:
Signed and sealed by the aforesaid Christopher Dodgson a devisee in the said will in the presence of us Thomas Ranson (his mark) and John Alcock snr (signed).
More About CHRISTOPHER DODGSON:

Burial: January 27, 1730/31, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: May 5, 1650, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: April 10, 2004


More About ELIZABETH SERGINSON:

Burial: February 27, 1728/29, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: November 25, 1649

Record Change: April 10, 2004

Children of CHRISTOPHER DODGSON and ELIZABETH SERGINSON are:

8. i. ROBERT3 DODGSON, b. 1679, Paythorne; d. 1740, Ellenthorpe, Gisburn.

ii. MARGARET DODGSON, b. 1674; m. WILLIAM ODDIE, February 20, 1694/95, All Saints, Broughton in Craven.
More About MARGARET DODGSON:

Christening: December 28, 1674, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 10, 2001
More About WILLIAM ODDIE:

Record Change: March 10, 2001


9. iii. ELLEN DODGSON, b. 1677, Paythorne.

iv. ELIZABETH DODGSON, b. 1682, Paythorne; d. October 1700, Paythorne.


More About ELIZABETH DODGSON:

Burial: October 6, 1700, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: July 24, 1682, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 10, 2001


10. v. MARY DODGSON, b. 1685.

11. vi. CHRISTOPHER DODGSON, b. Abt. 1689, Paythorne; d. May 1737, Gargrave.

12. vii. WILLIAM DODGSON, b. 1692, Paythorne; d. November 1765, Loftens, Yorks..

3. MARGARET2 DODGSON (ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1636 in Paythorne. She married WILLIAM WILKINSON January 19, 1659/60 in St. Mary's Gisburn. He was born in Horton Hall.
More About MARGARET DODGSON:

Christening: February 12, 1635/36, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 12, 2001
More About WILLIAM WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001

Children of MARGARET DODGSON and WILLIAM WILKINSON are:

i. GEORGE3 WILKINSON.


More About GEORGE WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001


ii. ELLEN WILKINSON.
More About ELLEN WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001



4. ANN2 DODGSON (ROBERT1) was born 1638 in Paythorne. She married WILLIAM WILKINSON July 2, 1661 in St. Mary's Gisburn. He was born in Nappa Flats.
More About ANN DODGSON:

Christening: December 7, 1638, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 10, 2001
More About WILLIAM WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001

Children of ANN DODGSON and WILLIAM WILKINSON are:

i. ANN3 WILKINSON.


More About ANN WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001


ii. ELLEN WILKINSON.
More About ELLEN WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001


iii. ALICE WILKINSON.
More About ALICE WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001


iv. MARGARET WILKINSON.
More About MARGARET WILKINSON:

Record Change: February 27, 2001



5. JOHN2 DODGSON (ROBERT1) was born 1643 in Paythorne, and died in Paythorne. He married ALICE.
Notes for JOHN DODGSON:

Memorial registered 28.12.1721 at 5 in the afternoon.


This indenture of a grant and release bearing date 13th Day of November in the 8th year of the reign of our gracious sovereign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King defender of the faith AD 1721 between John Dodgson of Paythorne in the parish of Gisburn in the county of York yeoman of the one part and Henry Dodgson son and heir apparent of the said John Dodgson of the other part of and concerning all that one messuage and tenement and one oxgauge of land meadow and pasture with the appurtenances situate being and lying in Paythorne aforesaid in the said county of York of the Ancient yearly rent of 8 shillings and also one other messuage and tenement and one oxgang of land meadow and pasture with the appurtenances situate, lying and being in Paythorne aforesaid in the said county of York of the like ancient yearly rent of 8 shillings all which said premises are now in the possession of him the said John Dodgson or of his assigns. Which said indenture is witnessed by John Dodgson of Paythorne in the parish of Gisburn Chothier? Joseph Whitehead of Thornber Houses in the parish of Long Preston yeoman and Edmund Starkie of Gisburn aforesaid gentleman. Signed and sealed in the presence of John Dodgson junior, Joseph Whitehead, Edmund Starkie.
The mark of John Dodgson.

Memorial registered 20 June 1722 at 4 in the afternoon.


An indenture between John Dodgson of Paythorne yeoman and Henry Dodgson son of the aforesaid John Dodgson concerning the same as detailed in the memorial above but it also concludes :-
and all other his the said John Dodgson's lands, tenements and hereditaments in Paythorne aforesaid which said indenture is witnessed by David Coates of Marton yeoman and Samuel Coates of the same yeoman and James Cock of Paythorpe aforesaid labourer. Signed and sealed by the above named John Dodgson in the presence of D. Coates, Samuel Coats, the mark of James Cock.

The mark of John Dodgson.


More About JOHN DODGSON:

Burial: January 22, 1728/29, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: November 26, 1643, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 12, 2001


More About ALICE:

Burial: May 14, 1712, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: June 20, 2001

Children of JOHN DODGSON and ALICE are:

i. ELLEN3 DODGSON, m. STEPHEN BARTON, October 7, 1702, St. Mary's Gisburn; b. Thornbar, Yorkshire.
More About ELLEN DODGSON:

Christening: May 15, 1681, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: February 27, 2001
More About STEPHEN BARTON:

Record Change: June 20, 2001


13. ii. ROBERT DODGSON, b. Abt. 1683, Paythorne; d. Paythorne.

iii. ISABEL DODGSON, b. 1686; m. RICHARD LUND, September 8, 1715, St. Mary 's Gisburn.


More About ISABEL DODGSON:

Christening: February 21, 1685/86, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: March 12, 2001
14. iv. ALICE DODGSON, b. 1688; d. 1730, Bolton by Bowland.

v. MARGARET DODGSON, b. 1691; m. JOSEPH WHITEHEAD, March 5, 1716/17, St. Mary 's Gisburn.


More About MARGARET DODGSON:

Christening: May 21, 1691, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: February 27, 2001
15. vi. HENRY DODGSON, b. 1694.

vii. CHRISTOPHER DODGSON, b. 1696.


More About CHRISTOPHER DODGSON:

Burial: June 15, 1720, St. Mary's Gisburn

Christening: March 26, 1696, St. Mary's Gisburn

Record Change: February 27, 2001


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