Person    | Female  Born 1833  Died 28/12/1834

Frances Mary Yeates

Categories: Children, Friend / family

Frances Mary Yeates

Baptised in Horton 17 December 1833 daughter of William Wlllson Yeates. See there for information about her family. Buried in St Michaels churchyard Horton,2 January 1835.

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Frances Mary Yeates

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