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George Ashdown, son of George Ashdown, farm labourer and Jane Ashdown [Rye]
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Date
Type
Information
Source
 
1840
Born
In the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
Edenbridge Parish Registers
 
19th Jan 1840
Christened
At St. Peter and St. Paul in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
Edenbridge Parish Registers
 
Dec 1840
Died
In the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent; aged 1 year
Edenbridge Parish Registers
 
27th Dec 1840
Buried
At St. Peter and St. Paul in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
Edenbridge Parish Registers

Ancestor's report
No descendent's report
Ashdown, Asdown, Ashdon, Ashdowne, Ashedown, Ashedowne, Asshedon, Asshesdowne family records
The ancestral pedigree of George Ashdown
  
 Henry Ashdown
labourer
m: c 1810Sarah 
 b: c 1790  b: c 1790
  
  
 George 
 b: 1813 Broxham Pound, Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 14th Feb 1813 St. Peter and St. Paul
 
    
Grandfather record
   
   
   
1st marriage George Ashdown
farm labourer
m: 27th Jul 1834 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
witnesses: James Bellchambers and Ann Bellchambers
Jane Rye 
 b: 1813 Broxham Pound, Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 14th Feb 1813 St. Peter and St. Paul
  b: 1811
d: December 1840 Edenbridge, Kent, aged 29 years
bur: 6th Dec 1840 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
  
   
 Jane George 
 b: 1836 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 20th Mar 1836 St. Peter and St. Paul
 b: 1840 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 19th Jan 1840 St. Peter and St. Paul
d: December 1840 Edenbridge, Kent, aged 1 year
bur: 27th Dec 1840 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
 
Parental record

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