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1 (8) Mary5 SPERRY (930) was born circa 1694. She was christened on 7 Feb 1694 in Odell, BEDFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND.24 As of 11 Jun 1724, her married name was SWANNELL (930). She married Edward SWANNELL (929) on 11 Jun 1724 in Lavendon, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, ENGLAND. She died in Mar 1744. She was buried on 8 Mar 1744 in Sharnbrook, BEDFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND.25

25. Parish Register: Burials at Sharnbrook 1744/ Mar 8/ Mary w.of Edw Swannel.

(Source: Brian Davey
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Follow up on the burials in this churchyard:
http://www.felmersham48.freeserve.co.uk/churchyard.htm 
Swannell, Edward (I1345)
 
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Johnson, Lydia Ann (I3764)
 
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Porcher, Walter Henry (I23377)
 
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Warren, Benjamin F (I642)
 
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Family F8264
 
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Mitchell, Cathern (I23318)
 
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Mustain, Thomas Edward Senior (I908)
 
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Johnson, George Washington (I6800)
 
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Butcher, Eli J. (I2006)
 
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Hoffman, William W. (I975)
 
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Hardy, Oleen (I694)
 
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Watson, William Riley (I519)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Eve Olivia (I4259)
 
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Hawkins, Aurelia (I4221)
 
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Butcher, Isaac Junior (I3902)
 
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Cummings, Elisha Jones (I3621)
 
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Allred, Isaac (I2365)
 
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Bird, Esther Jane M (I23597)
 
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Wride, Maria (I1570)
 
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Porcher, Charles Robert (I23380)
 
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Anderson, George W. (I1045)
 
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Haynes, Mary A. (I960)
 
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Giles, Charles T. (I890)
 
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Hurst, Merlin Leo (I23343)
 
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Taylor, Annie Laurie (I345)
 
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Biographical Summary
William Mullins was born about 1572, apparently to John and Joan (Bridger) Mullins of Dorking, Surrey, England. He married a woman named Alice, but her maiden name has not been identified. Longstanding claims that her maiden name is Atwood, or Poretiers, are without basis.

William brought his wife Alice and children Priscilla and Joseph on the Mayflower; he also brought over 250 shoes and 13 pairs of boots, his profession being a shoe and boot dealer. He died on 21 February 1620/1. His original will has survived, written down by John Carver the day of Mullins' death. In it he mentions his wife Alice, children Priscilla and Joseph, and his children back in Dorking, William Mullins and Sarah Blunden. He also mentions a Goodman Woods, and a Master Williamson, who have not been identified. It was witnessed by the Mayflower's captain Christopher Jones, the Mayflower's surgeon Giles Heale, and Plymouth's governor John Carver.

 
Mullins, William (I2031)
 
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Johnson, Joel Hills (I6803)
 
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Anderson, Anthon Edward (I4113)
 
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Benson, George Taft (I4089)
 
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Ferrell, Ira Elbert (I3465)
 
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Priday, Samuel (I3442)
 
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Giles, Frederick (I2240)
 
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Burnett, Samuel Henry (I23310)
 
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Parsons, George J. (I1020)
 
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Hardy, Henry Clay Junior (I970)
 
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Hardy, William W. (I968)
 
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Watson, Susan (I903)
 
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Moulton, George Wilford (I779)
 
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Watson, Delilah Iona (I518)
 
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Hurst, Hezekiah Thatcher (I23344)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Lettitia (I416)
 
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Johnson, Vilate Elizabeth (I6810)
 
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Hurst, Nora (I4232)
 
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Hurst, Frederick William (I4224)
 
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Hurst, Charles Clement (I4220)
 
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Kerr, Katherine Russell (I4211)
 
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Bean, James Addison (I3941)
 
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Snow, Eliza Ann (I3857)
 
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Williams, Samuel Hopkins (I3840)
 
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Fairbrother, Fannie Orchard (I3823)
 

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