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HO107 Piece/Book 669/4 Folio 35 Page 24
Civil Parish: Stoke Newington
County: Middlesex
Registration District: Hackney
Sub-RD: Stoke Newington
ED: 2
Address: Church St
Levitt Hunt 50 Classical Professor N
with Pike family and lots of Pupils

Deaths Jun 1843 HUNT Levitt Hedding [61] Brighton 7 188

22 Jun 1843 Levitt Hedding HUNT 61 Brighton, St Nicholas/Hanover Chapel, bur.

Deaths Mar 1857 HUNT Sarah [75] Brighton 2b 109

22 Feb 1857 Sarah HUNT 75 Brighton, St Nicholas/Hanover Chapel, bur.

Looking for Sarah in 1841 and 1851.



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