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Pentelow's Upper Dean Beds (notes)
Posted by: Louise Pentelow (ID *****3640) Date: August 28, 2006 at 04:04:36
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Researching notes of the Pentelow's of Upper Dean Beds

In the parish of Dean North Beds I've came across two groups of Pentelow‘s, One that had roots to nearby Yelden & Newton Northants and the other possible to Raunds Northants.

A marriage that took place at Chelveston of a Joseph Pentelow to Fanny Nourish on the 11th of Oct 1802 seems to be the one on my family line but their was another Joseph christened about a year before the Raunds one in 1772 at Yelden and its very difficult to split the two a part and knowing which Joseph actually marriage at Chelveston in 1802 the Yelden one or the Raunds one with further information is becoming rather thin of the ground.

A Joseph was found buried at Dean at the age of 51 and a Frances in 1809 could mean either Joseph but I am now 99% sure its the Raunds one that I‘m descended from.

I have now discovered a Joseph Pentelow of Dean marrying at Kimbolton in 1809 to a Elizabeth Newman lead me to believe they was two Joseph's following each other around in this part of the world but it could be this one that was born at Yelden and not the one born at Raunds as the marriage entry does not mention that he was married before.

Any further help on this research would be very appreciated.

David Pentelow

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