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Sophia Warner was baptised on 18th September 1842 at Wheathampstead in Hertfordshire, daughter of Mary Warner, formerly Swallow, and her husband Francis Warner, an agricultural labourer. Sadly, Sophia died when she was just under two years old. She was buried in Harpenden.
- Births index, in General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration. (London: General Register Office), Secondary quality.
b. Sophia WARNER, September Quarter 1842, St Albans Registration District, Vol. 6, page 422
- ↑ Baptisms register, in Church of England. Wheathampstead Parish Registers. (Hertford: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies), Primary quality.
|BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Wheathamsted in the County of Hertford in the Year 1842|
|No.||When Baptized||Child's Christian Name||Parent's Name||Abode||Quality, Trade, or Profession||By whom the Ceremony was performed|
|1476||September 18||Sophy daughter of||Francis & Mary||Warner||Cold Harbour||Labourer||G.J. Pretyman, Rector|
- General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration. (London: General Register Office), Secondary quality.
d. Sophia WARNER, June Quarter 1844, St Albans Registration District, Vol. 6, page 312
- ↑ Burials register, in Church of England. Harpenden Parish Registers, Primary quality.
BURIALS in the Parish of Harpenden in the County of Hertford in the Year 1844
Name: Sophia Warner
When buried: May 7th
Age: 1¾ years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: D. Packard, Curate