Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameHellen BERESFORD 24
Birth Date1567
Birth PlaceNewton Grange, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
Death PlaceBlore, Stafford, ENGLAND
Spouses
Birth Date1567
Birth PlaceCasterne, Stafford, ENGLAND?
Death Date1642 Age: 75
Death PlaceBlore, Stafford, ENGLAND
FatherRoger HURT (~1533-)
MotherEdith COKAYNE (~1507-1589)
Family ID3414
Marr Date1588
Marr PlaceStaffordshire, ENGLAND
ChildrenThomas (~1589-<1642)
 Roger (~1590-~1667)
 Francis (~1592-)
 Nicholas (~1593-)
 Grace (~1600-)
 Anne (~1600-)
 Edith (~1602-)
 Elizabeth (?-)
Notes for Hellen BERESFORD
(1) Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Vol.3 pg. 6, #1696504-3.
(2) Ordinances: IGI
(3) information obtained from internet on 4 Aug 1998. www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Karen-A-Smith/ODT1-0002.html Karen Adele Smith, 212 Woodlawn Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803; ph: 302-477-1937; e-mail: cfhs@voicenet.com
Notes for Nicolas (Spouse 1)
(1) Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Vol.3 pg. 6, #1696504-3.
(2) The Visitations of Staffordshire, 1614 and 1663/64, pgs 184-85. FHL# 942.46 D53.
(3) information obtained from internet on 4 Aug 1998. www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Karen-A-Smith/ODT1-0002.html Karen Adele Smith, 212 Woodlawn Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803; ph: 302-477-1937; e-mail: cfhs@voicenet.com (4) Aug 2003: IGI
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