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Offline valerie2

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Capon family Bedfordshire
« on: Tuesday 02 May 06 18:26 BST (UK) »
Looking for any infomation on-
John Capon  Lidlington Beds  1730approx  Wife Martha ?
Children
Ann Capon 1760
Joseph Capon 1755    Married Mary ?
Martha Capon 1764
John Capon     1758                 Elizabeth?
Sarah Capon    1756
Mary   Capon    1762

Joseph moved to Clophill  his children are
John capon 1790  Married Ann Taylor
Elizabeth Capon 1775
Edward capon     1779-1779
Edward Capon     1780
Joseph  Capon     1786

John Ann Capon moved to Holborn London

Have many more Capon's  anyone interested in this name please leave a message
Capon-Lidlington Bedfordshire
Capon-Clophill     Bedfordshire
Capon-London
Hearn-Stowmarket Suffolk
Hearn-Tottenham
Hearn-Edmonton
Hearn-Lydd Kent
Childs-London
Charles-London & Germany
Howes -London & Norfolk

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Offline martinsbox

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Re: Capon family Bedfordshire
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 09 April 17 12:48 BST (UK) »
William Cook
18221864
Birth 7 SEP 1822 Milton Ernest, Bedfordshire, England
Death 18 APR 1864 Bedford St Peter, Bedfordshire, England
3rd great-grandfather
Marriage
28 sep 1856 Bedford St Peter, Bedfordshire, England
Residence at the time of marriage St. Peter's. In the presence of Charles Capon and Mary Capon.

Elizabeth Capon (18251885)
Elizabeth was baptised on 15 may 1825 in Lidlington. Her parents were John Capon (1796-1861) & Sarah nee Gibbs (1797-1867) both born & died in Lidlington..

Elizabeth Capon was the 2nd wife of my 3rd great-grandfather William Cook.

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