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All Saints

 

High Laver

 

 

Hugh Smith and Audrey Wyate were married on 8th January 1621

Hugh Smith was buried on 26th June 1627

Arey Smith was buried on 9th August 1636

 

Richard Banes from Broxted and Mary Smith from Henham were married on 2nd June 1716

 

John Smith and Susanne Pavitt were married on 28th December 1778

 

Elisabeth Smith daughter of William and Rebecca Smith was baptised 14th April 1803

Frances Smith daughter of Stephen and Ann Smith was baptised on 23rd October 1803

James Smith was baptised on 23 December 1803

Elizabeth Smith daughter of Stephen and Ann Smith was buried on 24th December 1803

William Tucker from Harlow and Rebecca Smith were married on 15th May 1810

Ann Smith was buried on 10th March 1812

 

William Smith from Harlow and Sarah Ridington were married on 21st August 1815

 

Thomas Gray from High Easter and Elizabeth Smith were married on 17th May 1821

Elizabeth Smith daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Smith was baptised on 16th January 1824

Isaac Margon and Sarah Smith were married on 9th December 1826

Mary Smith daughter of William and Elizabeth Smith was baptised on 21st February 1830

Arthur Stephen Smith son of Stephen Smith and Susan Clarke was baptised on 22nd February 1846

Florence Smith daughter of Charles and Ann Smith was born in 1857

Florence Smith daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Smith was baptised on 26th April 1869

Margaret Smith daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Smith was baptised on 11th June 1871

Alice Smith daughter of Charles and Ann Smith was baptised on 11th April 1875

Ann Smith daughter of Charles and Ann Smith was baptised on 10th June 1877

Robert Bernard Smith son of William and Emily Smith born 26th May 1897 was baptised on 5th August 1897

Robert Bernard Smith aged 3 months son of William and Emily Smith was buried on 20th September 1897

Elizabeth Mary Smith daughter of Charles and Mary Ann Smith born 13th December 1906 was baptised on 17th March 1907