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Chrysogona Lennard [Baker]
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Type
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Source
 
n/k
Birth of a son
Edward
 
 
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Birth of a son
Fynes
 
 
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Birth of a daughter
Margaret
 
 
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Birth of a daughter
Philadelphia
 
 
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Birth of a daughter
Pembroke
 
 
c 1570
Born
daughter of Sir Richard Baker and Mary Giffard
 
 
21st May 1590
Married
Sir Henry Lennard at St. Stephen Walbrook and St. Benet, in London
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Apr 1596
Birth of a son
Richard
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1604
Birth of a daughter
Barbara in the Parish of Herstmonceux, Sussex
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Sep 1616
Died
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30th Sep 1616
Buried
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The ancestral pedigree of Chrysogona Lennard [Baker]
   
 Sir Henry Lennard
12th Lord Dacre
m: 21st May 1590 St. Stephen Walbrook and St. Benet, LondonChrysogona Baker 
 b: 1570 Chevening, Kent
ch: 25th Mar 1570 St Botolph
d: 18th Aug 1630 Herstmonceux, Sussex, aged 46 years
bur: 21st Aug 1630 All Saints Church, Herstmonceux, Sussex
  b: c 1570 daughter of Sir Richard Baker and Mary Giffard
d: September 1616
bur: 30th Sep 1616
  
        
 Richard Pembroke Philadelphia Fynes Edward Margaret Barbara 
 b: April 1596
d: 18th Aug 1630 Herstmonceux, Sussex
bur: 21st Aug 1630 All Saints Church, Herstmonceux, Sussex
      b: 1604 Herstmonceux, Sussex
ch: 1st Apr 1604 All Saints Church
 
                
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