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Mary Anne Guinness (1815 - 1815)

Mary Anne Guinness
Born in Dublin, Irelandmap
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Died at about age 0 in Dublin, Irelandmap
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Mary Guinness died young.

Mary Anne Guinness was born in 1815 in Dublin, Ireland, her father, Rev.Hosea Guinness, was 50, and her mother, Jane Hart, was 39. She had five brothers and six sisters. She was baptised on 15th Feb 1815 and died three days later , on 18 February 1815 in , and was buried at St Werburgh church were her father was the minister.

Age at Death 5 Death Date 1817 Burial Date 3 Jul 1817 Burial Place St. Werburgh, Dublin, Ireland


  • Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 17 December 2018), entry for Mary Anne Guinness, cites sources; "Kevin Dodds Family Tree" file (2:2:2:MM6V-B3P), submitted 28 November 2018 by Kevin Dodds

Anne GuinnessResidence PlaceCity of DublinAge at Death42Death Dateabt 1817Burial Date24 Feb 1817Burial PlaceSt. Werburgh, Dublin, IrelandHousehold Members NameAge Name Anne Guinness

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