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Peter BLOUNT
Anne HOLLOWAY
Mary LACON
Husband:  Peter BLOUNT
Baptism:  3 Mar 1688
Disposition:  buried 17 Mar 1765, Cleobury Mortimer, SAL
Occupation:  yeoman; clockmaker of Pinkham Close, Cleobury Mortimer, SAL
Father possibly:  Charles BLOUNT (1655-1691) of Amblecote and Old Swinford, WOR, son of Walter BLOUNT of Old Swinford, WOR
Marriage-1:  Feb 1713/4
Wife-1:  Anne HOLLOWAY
Baptism:  27 Mar 1681, Highley, SAL
Disposition:  buried 7 Feb 1738
Father:  Francis HOLLOWAY, Yeoman (1654-<1733)
Mother:  Susanna HARDMAN (1653-1712)
Marriage-2:  1 Jun 1738
Wife-2:  Mary LACON
Birth:  ca. 1692
Death:  1772
Children with Anne HOLLOWAY baptized at St. Mary the Virgin [Anglican], Cleobury Mortimer, SAL (except for Charles):
1.  John BLOUNT, bap. 18 May 1714; d. ca. Feb 1777; m. 23 May 1745, Worfield, SAL, Mary GROOM
2.  Charles BLOUNT, b. ca. 1715, Cleobury Mortimer, SAL
3.  George BLOUNT, bap. 22 Dec 1715
4.  Peter BLOUNT, bap. 7 Oct 1719; d. ca. Dec 1788; m. 6 Jun 1751, St. Mary the Virgin, Cleobury Mortimer, SAL, Martha THOMAS
5.  Anne BLOUNT, bap. 31 Aug 1722; m. 22 May 1744, Mamble, WOR, Sir Francis LACON [not a title, he was baptized "Sir Francis"]
Children with Mary LACON:
none
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, Engand, SAL = Shropshire, WOR = Worcestershire

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