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Anna Arimathea

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Anna Arimathea
Born about in Jerusalem,Judea,map
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died about in Glastonbury, Somerset, England (Siluria, South Wales, England)map
Last profile change on 5 August 2014
21:58: Michelle Brooks edited the Biography for Anna Arimathea. (clean up after merge) [Thank Michelle for this]
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Contents

Biography

Birth

Birth: Date: abt 0020 BC, 10 - 17 BC.
Place: Jerusalem, Judea, Palestine, Israel
Anna was a cousin to the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus. She was taken to Rome and then Britain.

Death

Death: 62 or before 100 AD
Place: Glastonbury, Somerset, England (Siluria, South Wales, England)

Note

Note: Celtic Cross Female

Sources


This person was created through the import of Morton Family Tree.ged on 16 November 2010.








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On April 29, 2014 Darrell Parker wrote:

Arimathaea-1 and Of Arimathea-2 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same fahter