Ancestors of Michael Howard Ulph SMITH, born 1954.


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260. Peter FRANK [3559], son of Thomas FRANK [12494], was born about 1711 in Gedney Parish Lincolnshire England and died about 1741 in Gedney Parish Lincolnshire England aged about 30.

General Notes: In a Journal kept by Harriette Anne Smith, his G-G-Granddaughter, Harriette said:-
Peter married Martha Stanton. He died when he was 30 years old, leaving Martha a widow at 28 years of age. Martha had 6 children. - NOTE: we only have 5 Children identified.

Peter married Martha STANTON [3560] on 23 Jun 1730 in Gedney Lincolnshire England. Martha was born about 1713 and died about 1779 aged about 66.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Susannah FRANK [4301] was born on 15 Dec 1731 and died in Parish of Gedney Lincolnshire England.

         ii.  Martha FRANK [4302] was born on 25 Jan 1735 and died in Parish of Gedney Lincolnshire England.

        iii.  Mary FRANK [4303] was born on 11 Jun 1738 in Parish of Gedney Lincolnshire England.

         iv.  Sarah FRANK [4304] was born on 30 Mar 1740 and died in Parish of Gedney Lincolnshire England.

130       v.  Samuel FRANK [3557] (born in 1741 in Gedney Parish Lincolnshire England - died in Jun 1822-Jul 1822 in Gedney Parish Lincolnshire England)


261. Martha STANTON [3560] was born about 1713 and died about 1779 aged about 66.

General Notes: In a Journal kept by Harriette Anne Smith, her G-G-Granddaughter, Harriette said:-
Martha had 6 children and died when she was 66 years old.

Martha married Peter FRANK [3559] on 23 Jun 1730 in Gedney Lincolnshire England. Peter was born about 1711 in Gedney Parish Lincolnshire England and died about 1741 in Gedney Parish Lincolnshire England aged about 30.

264. Dr. William STANGER M.D. [3847], son of James STANGER [3852] and Mary PAINE [3853], was born on 5 Mar 1715 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England, was baptised on 30 Jun 1715 in St Peter's Barrowden Rutland England, died in Jul 1790 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England at age 75, and was buried on 23 Jul 1790 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England.

General Notes: William lived at Harringworth in Northamptonshire. He was an Apocethary and a Baptist Minister at Morcott in Leicestershire (Rutland). from Geoffrey Stanger, Aug. 8, 1989. ...
In an e-Mail received from Joyce [Pickering] Trousdale in October 2012, she included a Copy of a Newspaper, in which Dr. William Stanger had placed the following:
"Jan. 4, 1770
This is to inform the Public, or whom it may concern, that all those Persons who think well , for the future, to make use of William Stanger, of Harringworth aforesaid, for Advice in Physic, are, from Sunday the 28th Init. forbid coming to him upon that Errand on the Lord's Day, as all such Persons will not be waited on 'till Tuesday, for sufficient Reasons; and he equally forbids any one Person not to bring too much Business at once; and also not to come on a Saturday after Twelve o'Clock, having none to do Business buy himself, and had much rather have less Employ, he not being in so good a Stage of Health to manage it as aforetime."
In an e-Mail received from Joyce [Pickering] Trousdale in September, 2012, she included a Copy of the Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury [Newspaper], dated April 15, 1859. Interestingly, the Newspaper included a Column headed "Gleanings from The Mercury and other Periodicals", beneath which was the Sub-Heading, "1790", included in which was the following:
July 23. --- Died, Mr. Stanger, aged 75, generally styled the "Harringworth Doctor", in which village he resided. He was a preacher of the Baptist persuasion, and gratuitously attended meetings at Morcott, Rutland.
AND, in January 2018, Joyce [Pickering] Trousdale provided a Transcript of the Will of William, the "Harringworth Doctor", plus Details of the Probate of the Will. The Transcript states:
IN the Name of God Amen I William Stanger of Harringworth in the County of Northamptonshire Doctor in Physick being of sound and disposing mind and memory having revoked all former Wills by me at any time heretofore made Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following (that is to say) First I Give and devise unto my Eldest Son James Stanger All these my real Estates with their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances to the same belonging situate standing lying and being in the Towns Fields and Liberties of Tidd Saint Marie of? Sutton Saint James in the County of Lincoln and of Tidd Saint Giles in the Isle of Ely and County of Cambridge to hold the same unto my said son James Stanger his heirs Executors and Assigns forever Subject nevertheless and charged and rechargable with the payment of One Annuity or yearly payment or Sum of thirty Pounds to my Daughter Mary Stanger during the Term of her natural life by two half yearly payments at Lady day and Michaelmas the first payment thereof to begin and be made on such of the said days as shall first happen after my decease Also I give and devise unto my youngest son William Stanger all those my real Estates Fields and Copyhold with thereof the Rights Members and Appurtenances to the same belonging situate standing lying and being in the Town Fields and Liberties of Fleet in the County of Lincoln to hold the same unto my said son William Stanger his heirs Executor and Assigns for ever Subject and charge? And rechargeable? With the payment of One Annuity or yearly payment of the Sum of Twenty Pounds to my said Daughter Mary Stanger during the term of her natural life by two half yearly payments at Lady day and Michaelmas the first of these to begin and be made on such of the said days as shall first happen after my decease Also I give unto the said William Stanger my Son all those other of my real Estates Copyhold with their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances to the same belonging situate standing lying and being in the Town Fields and Liberties of Gretton in the County of Northampton and Bullwick in the said County of Northampton to hold the same unto to my said son William Stanger his heirs Executors and Assigns forever And Also I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Stanger aforesaid all my household Furniture and moveable effects of all kinds and all my shop of Drugs and utensils thereto belonging to her heirs and Assigns Also I give and bequeath unto my Grand Children that shall be living at the time of my decease to my Grand Sons the Sum of two hundred pounds each and to my grand daughters the Sum of One hundred pounds each and if any of the said Grand Children shall not have arrived at the age of twenty one years at the time of my decease then such Legacy or Legacies shall be deposited in the hands of my hereinafter named Executors and Executrix for the use of such children until they shall arrive at the age of Twenty One years Also I give unto my nieces Sarah Pool and Ann Stanger the Sum of Ten pounds each and to my Nephews William and Matthew Stanger and to my Niece Mary F? the Sum of Five pounds each Also I give to my sister-in-law Mary Stanger widow of my brother John Stanger the Sum of ten pounds but if the said Mary Stanger shall not be living at the time the said Legacy becomes due then such Legacy shall go to her son William Stanger to whom I give the further sum of five pounds Also I give unto my niece Mary Kingston Daughter of my Brother John Stanger the sum of five pounds Also I give to my nephews William and John Meadow and to my niece Mary Meadow the Sum of five pounds each Also I give unto my nephew Robert Perkins and to my niece Sarah Perkins the sum of five pounds Also I give unto my Cousin John Stanger of South Luffenham the sum of five pounds two Guineas each Also I give unto my nephew William Pridmore and to my niece Ann Storey the sum of two guineas Also I give unto the Revd Gilbert Boyne of Coninsby The sum of Ten Pounds but is the said Gilbert Boyne shall not be living at the time the Legacy becomes due then such Legacy shall go to his wife if she shall be living Also I give unto Thomas Kidd of Tattershall Thorpe the Sum of Four pounds Also I give unto the poor of the parish of Harringworth the Sum of five pounds Also I give unto the Central? Meeting at Morcott the Sum of ten Pounds to be divided amongst them by the discretion of the Minister and Deacon of that Society And Also I give unto my hereinafter named Executors and Executrix all my ready money and Securities for Money and Bills together with a Copyhold Messuage or Tenement at Corby in the County of Northampton in order discharge all my Just debts and funeral Expenses proving this my Will and all reasonable expenses attending the same and All the aforementioned Legacies
And it is my Will that the said Legacies shall be paid in Six Calendar months after my decease and further it is my Will that if any of the aforementioned Legatees shall die before the time nominated in this my Will for the payment of the said Legacies that such Legacy or Legancies shall go to my hereafter named Executors and Executrix to be equally divided amongst them
And I do hereby make ordain Constitute and appoint the before named James Stanger and William Stanger my Sons and Mary Stanger my Daughter Sole Executors and Executrix of this my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I the said William Stanger have hereunto set my hand and Seal this twenty first day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty nine
William Stanger
Signed Sealed Published and declared by the above names William Stanger the Testator in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have herewith subscribed our names as witnesses
John Curtis Mary Collyer William Curtis
This Will
was proved at London on the fourteenth day of February in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and ninety One before the Worshipful John Mitchell Doctor of Laws and Surrogate of the Right Honorable Sir William Wynne Knight Doctor of Laws and Master or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully Constituted by the Oath of William Stanger the son of the deceased and one of the Executors named in the said Will to whom administration was granted of all and Singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased having first sworn duly to administer the power reserved of making the like? Grant to James Stanger the son also of the deceased and Mary Stanger Spinster the Daughter and other Executors named in the said Will whom they or other of them shall apply for the same
IN FEBRUARY 2018, Joyce Trousdale provided an Obituary, as follows:-
At Harringworth, Co. Northamptonshire, in his 76th Year, Mr. Wm. Stanger, a very eminent apothecary, who followed his profession in that place for half a century with uncommon success. His extensive knowledge and utility occasioned his being referred to by crowds of prople from various parts of the kingdom. He was of strictest integrity, of a lively disposition, humane and charitable, and possessed a heart replete with sensibility and discernment. His intense application was such as, in all probability, hastened his dissolution; but as his character is extensively known, all panegyricks are superflous. His Death will be greatly regretted by the publivk in general, but particularly by his friends and numerous acquaintances in then neighbourhood.
AND, in May 2018, Joyce also provided a List of the Bequests from William's Will, as follows:
Eldest son James Estates in Tidd St Marie/ Sutton St James /Tidd St Giles
Mary his daughter -furniture and contents of shop- drugs etc + annuities from brothers
Youngest son William Estates in Fleet/ Gretton /Bulwick
Grandsons 200 each
Grand-daughters 100 each
Nephews William Stanger and Matthew Stanger 5 each
Nieces Sarah Pool, Ann Stanger 10 each and Mary F 5
Sister in Law Mary Stanger widow of brother John
Brother John's son, William 5 to get mother's legacy if deceased
Brother John's daughter Mary Kingston 5
Nephews William Meadow and John Meadow 5 each
Niece Mary Meadow 5
Nephew and Niece Robert Perkins and Sarah Perkins
Nephew William Perkins
Cousin John of South Luffenham 5
Nephew Wm Pridmore and Niece Ann Storey 2 guineas each

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: an Apothecary and Baptist Minister at the Time of his Marriage, Oct 1737, Morcott Rutland England.

William married Sarah PRIDMORE [3848] on 27 Oct 1737 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England. Sarah was born circa 1708 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England, was baptised on 4 Feb 1708 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England, died in Mar 1784 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England aged about 76, and was buried on 9 Mar 1784 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England.

Children from this marriage were:

132       i.  James STANGER [3838] (born in 1739 in Tixover Rutland England - died on 29 Nov 1806 in Long Sutton Lincolnshire England)

         ii.  Mary STANGER [3846] was born in 1742 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England, was baptised on 3 May 1742 in St Keneburgha's Castor Northamptonshire England, died on 20 Aug 1793 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England at age 51, and was buried on 24 Aug 1793 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England.

        iii.  William STANGER [the Elder] [91989] was born on 1 Feb 1754 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England and died on 27 Feb 1855 in Holbeach Lincolnshire England at age 101.


265. Sarah PRIDMORE [3848], daughter of Thomas PRIDMORE [113433] and Mary WADE [113434], was born circa 1708 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England, was baptised on 4 Feb 1708 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England, died in Mar 1784 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England aged about 76, and was buried on 9 Mar 1784 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England.

Sarah married Dr. William STANGER M.D. [3847] on 27 Oct 1737 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England. William was born on 5 Mar 1715 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England, was baptised on 30 Jun 1715 in St Peter's Barrowden Rutland England, died in Jul 1790 in Harringworth Northamptonshire England at age 75, and was buried on 23 Jul 1790 in St John the Baptist Harringworth Northamptonshire England.

268. David DENT [83364], son of Joseph DENT [83366] and Mary WADSWORTH [83367].

Noted events in his life were:

He and his Wife lived, were probably born and died, in Maltby Le Marsh Lincolnshire England.

David married Mary [83365].

The child from this marriage was:

134       i.  Joseph DENT [3885] (died in 1772 in Maltby Le Marsh Lincolnshire England)


269. Mary [83365] .

Mary married David DENT [83364].

272. John ULPH [207], son of John ULPH [94915] and Martha CAWSTON [94916], was born about 1690, was baptised on 11 Apr 1692 in Southrepps Norfolk England, and died before 1745.

John married Ann LIPPINGCOATE [208] on 7 Mar 1715 in Southrepps Norfolk England. Ann was buried on 5 Jan 1743 in Southrepps Norfolk England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Frances ULPH [94884] was baptised on 27 Dec 1715 in Southrepps Norfolk England and was buried on 28 Dec 1715 in Southrepps Norfolk England.

         ii.  John ULPH [204] was baptised on 30 Apr 1717 in Southrepps Norfolk England, died on 17 Oct 1789 in St Ives Huntingdonshire England at age 72, and was buried on 20 Oct 1789 in Parish Church St Ives Huntingdonshire England.

136     iii.  Thomas ULPH [193] (baptised on 10 Sep 1721, born in Southrepps Norfolk England)

         iv.  Francis ULPH [94885] was baptised on 25 Sep 1723 in Southrepps Norfolk England.

          v.  Samuel ULPH [94886] was baptised on 27 Jul 1729 in Southrepps Norfolk England and was buried on 23 Sep 1732 in Southrepps Norfolk England.

John next married Elizabeth ROCKLEY [94887] on 5 Jul 1734 in Southrepps Norfolk England.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  William ULPH [94888] was baptised on 6 Jun 1736 in Southrepps Norfolk England and was buried on 28 Jul 1802 in St Stephen's.


273. Ann LIPPINGCOATE [208] was buried on 5 Jan 1743 in Southrepps Norfolk England.

Ann married John ULPH [207] on 7 Mar 1715 in Southrepps Norfolk England. John was born about 1690, was baptised on 11 Apr 1692 in Southrepps Norfolk England, and died before 1745.

280. William BISHOP [49], son of William BISHOP [51] and Alice JOANES [52], was born in 1686 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 20 Jul 1735 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, died in 1738 in Bath Somerset England at age 52, and was buried on 21 Apr 1738 in St Michael's Bath Somerset England.

Noted events in his life were:

Residence: Dec 1720, 20 Broad Street Bath Somerset England.

Occupation: Barber/Surgeon, Bath Somerset England.

William married Anne [50] in 1711 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England. Anne was born in 1684, died in 1787 in Bath Somerset England at age 103, and was buried on 24 May 1787 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John BISHOP [216] was born about 1712 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 24 Oct 1712 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, died in 1762 in Bath Somerset England aged about 50, and was buried on 22 Feb 1762 in St James' Bath Somerset England.

         ii.  Sarah BISHOP [217] was born about 1715 in Bath Somerset England and was baptised on 14 Feb 1715 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

        iii.  Thomas BISHOP [218] was born about 1716 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 4 Mar 1717 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, died in 1772 aged about 56, and was buried on 13 Aug 1772 in St Michael's Bath Somerset England.

         iv.  Betty BISHOP [219] was born in 1718 in Bath Somerset England and was baptised on 7 Apr 1719 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

          v.  Ambrose BISHOP [220] was born about 1720 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 6 Jul 1720 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, died in 1759 aged about 39, and was buried on 21 Jun 1759 in St Michael's Bath Somerset England.

         vi.  Hannah BISHOP [221] was born about 1723 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 28 Jan 1724 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, and died before 1726.

        vii.  William BISHOP [83278] was born in 1723 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 3 Nov 1723 in St Michael's Bath Somerset England, and died before 1735 in Bath Somerset England.

       viii.  Mary BISHOP [223] was born on 31 Oct 1724 in Bath Somerset England and was baptised on 21 Jan 1725 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

         ix.  Hannah BISHOP [224] was born about 1726 in Bath Somerset England and was baptised on 15 Jan 1727 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

          x.  Decema BISHOP [225] was born about 1728 in Bath Somerset England and was baptised on 25 Mar 1728 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

         xi.  Anne BISHOP [226] was born about 1729 in Bath Somerset England and was baptised on 24 Sep 1729 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

        xii.  Martha BISHOP [227] was born about 1731 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 28 Aug 1731 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, died in 1784 in Bath Somerset England aged about 53, and was buried on 7 Jun 1784 in St Michael's Bath Somerset England.

140    xiii.  William BISHOP [46] (born on 25 May 1735 in Bath Somerset England - died about 1838 in Bath Somerset England)


281. Anne [50] was born in 1684, died in 1787 in Bath Somerset England at age 103, and was buried on 24 May 1787 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England.

Anne married William BISHOP [49] in 1711 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England. William was born in 1686 in Bath Somerset England, was baptised on 20 Jul 1735 in Bath Abbey Bath Somerset England, died in 1738 in Bath Somerset England at age 52, and was buried on 21 Apr 1738 in St Michael's Bath Somerset England.

284. John HARWOOD [602], son of John HARWOOD [611] and Elizabeth SAVORY [612], was born in 1714 in Sparsholt Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 31 Oct 1714 in Sparsholt Oxfordshire England.

John married Sarah PARSONS [603] on 16 Aug 1741 in Eaton Hastings Oxfordshire England. Sarah was born in ? Eaton Hastings Oxfordshire England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth HARWOOD [604] was born in 1742 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 28 Mar 1742 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England.

         ii.  Sarah HARWOOD [605] was born in 1744 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 19 Aug 1744 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England.

        iii.  Mary HARWOOD [606] was born in 1746 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 10 Aug 1746 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England.

         iv.  Phebe HARWOOD [608] was born in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 12 Mar 1749 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England.

          v.  John HARWOOD [609] was born in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 1 Mar 1751 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England.

142      vi.  Thomas HARWOOD [597] (born in 1754 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England)

        vii.  Ann HARWOOD [610] was born in 1757 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 15 Jan 1758 in Kingston Lisle Oxfordshire England.


285. Sarah PARSONS [603] was born in ? Eaton Hastings Oxfordshire England.

Sarah married John HARWOOD [602] on 16 Aug 1741 in Eaton Hastings Oxfordshire England. John was born in 1714 in Sparsholt Oxfordshire England and was baptised on 31 Oct 1714 in Sparsholt Oxfordshire England.

416. Fergus MOORHEAD [114826], son of MOORHEAD [114827].

Fergus married someone.

His child was:

208       i.  MOORHEAD [114825] (born circa 1769)


480. Henry ETHERIDGE [114106] was born in 1750.

Henry married Jane PINNICK [114107] on 13 Nov 1770. Jane was born in 1754.

The child from this marriage was:

240       i.  Henry ETHERIDGE [114104] (born on 21 Aug 1771 in Beaulieu Hampshire England - died in Aug 1807 in New Forest Parish Hampshire England)


481. Jane PINNICK [114107], daughter of Robert PINNICK [114108] and Frances WITHERS [114109], was born in 1754.

Jane married Henry ETHERIDGE [114106] on 13 Nov 1770. Henry was born in 1750.

482. Richard GREGORY [114112], son of John GREGORY [114114] and Jane COX [114115], was born in 1731 in Beaulieu Hampshire England and died in 1817 in Beaulieu Hampshire England at age 86.

Richard married Mary LOADER [114113] on 17 Oct 1759 in Beaulieu Abbey Hampshire England. Mary was born in 1736 and died in 1796 in Beaulieu Hampshire England at age 60.

The child from this marriage was:

241       i.  Sarah GREGORY [114105] (born in 1773 in Beaulieu Hampshire England - died in 1851 in Boldre Hampshire England)


483. Mary LOADER [114113] was born in 1736 and died in 1796 in Beaulieu Hampshire England at age 60.

Mary married Richard GREGORY [114112] on 17 Oct 1759 in Beaulieu Abbey Hampshire England. Richard was born in 1731 in Beaulieu Hampshire England and died in 1817 in Beaulieu Hampshire England at age 86.

484. Jonothan PHILLIPS [118728] .

Jonothan married Elizabeth [118729].

The child from this marriage was:

242       i.  John PHILLIPS [114122] (born circa 1771 in Hampshire England - died 2 Qtr 1842 in Lymington Hampshire England)


485. Elizabeth [118729] .

Elizabeth married Jonothan PHILLIPS [118728].

488. James WINSHIP [114124], son of Richard WINSHIP [114126] and Mary CLARKE [114127], was born on 23 Dec 1743 in Ottingham Yorkshire England and died on 10 May 1813 in Patrington Yorkshire England at age 69.

James married Elizabeth THOMPSON [114125] on 27 May 1771 in Sutton Yorkshire England. Elizabeth was born on 23 Aug 1738 in Garsdale Yorkshire England and died in 1812 in Patrington Yorkshire England at age 74.

The child from this marriage was:

244       i.  James WINSHIP [114120] (born on 12 May 1776 in Sutton Yorkshire England - died in Apr 1841 in Patrington Yorkshire England)

James next married Mary TENNYSON [114630] on 11 Nov 1746 in St Nicholas' Keyingham Yorkshire England. Mary was born on 13 Mar 1724 in Keyingham Yorkshire England and died on 7 Mar 1790 in Ottringham Yorkshire England at age 65.


489. Elizabeth THOMPSON [114125], daughter of William THOMPSON [114128], was born on 23 Aug 1738 in Garsdale Yorkshire England and died in 1812 in Patrington Yorkshire England at age 74.

Elizabeth married James WINSHIP [114124] on 27 May 1771 in Sutton Yorkshire England. James was born on 23 Dec 1743 in Ottingham Yorkshire England and died on 10 May 1813 in Patrington Yorkshire England at age 69.

496. Xanto CREMONA [114094], son of Antonio CREMONA [114096] and Lorenza VELLA [114097].

Xanto married Maria GATT [114095] in 1743 in Senglea Malta.

The child from this marriage was:

248       i.  Crispino CREMONA [114092]


497. Maria GATT [114095] .

Maria married Xanto CREMONA [114094] in 1743 in Senglea Malta.

500. Angelo ABELA [114791], son of Antonio ABELA [114793] and Caterina CACHIA [114794].

Angelo married Grazialla CALLUS [114792] in 1749 in Zejtun Malta.

The child from this marriage was:

250       i.  Gio Francesco ABELA [114789]


501. Grazialla CALLUS [114792] .

Grazialla married Angelo ABELA [114791] in 1749 in Zejtun Malta. picture


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