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Birth And Baptism In The 1800s

Were there stigmas attached to pregnancy, and under what circumstances? How many brides went to the altar expecting more than the banns to have been called?  If death in childbirth or death in childbed are recorded, what was the difference between them? Speaker Tom Doig is expected to enlighten us on matters such as these.

Saturday 21st April 2018, 2pm
Turnfurlong Junior School, Turnfurlong Lane, Aylesbury HP21 7PL

Buckinghamshire Family History Society welcomes non-members to its meetings; entry is 4.
http://www.bucksfhs.org.uk/

Do you have an elusive ancestor? Our Buckinghamshire Names Database (over five million surname entries) and libraries are available for consultation at most of our Aylesbury meetings. Come along to see how the Society can help you.

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