Alice CaveAge: 3117031734

Name
Alice Cave
Married name
Alice Suter
Birth about 1703
Address: Silton,
MarriageJohn SuterView family
21 April 1724 (Age 21)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Mary Suter
1725 (Age 22)

Christening of a daughterMary Suter
15 September 1725 (Age 22)
Address: Silton,
Birth of a son
#2
John Suter
1727 (Age 24)

Christening of a sonJohn Suter
1 November 1727 (Age 24)
Address: Silton,
Birth of a son
#3
Benjamin Suter
1728 (Age 25)

Christening of a sonBenjamin Suter
19 December 1728 (Age 25)
Address: Silton,
Birth of a son
#4
Benjamin Suter
1730 (Age 27)

Christening of a sonBenjamin Suter
6 January 1730 (Age 27)
Death of a sonBenjamin Suter
25 January 1730 (Age 27)
Address: Silton,
Birth of a son
#5
Joseph Suter
1733 (Age 30)

Christening of a sonJoseph Suter
5 November 1733 (Age 30)
Address: Silton,
Death of a sonJoseph Suter
23 December 1733 (Age 30)

Birth of a daughter
#6
Elizabeth Suter
1734 (Age 31)

Christening of a daughterElizabeth Suter
2 November 1734 (Age 31)
Address: Silton,
Death of a daughterElizabeth Suter
10 November 1734 (on the date of death)
Address: Silton,
Shared note:
In the book "Silton, Records of a Dorset Village" compiled by the Silton WI in 1983, on page 52 is a facsimile of the burial record of Elizabeth and her mother Alice, declaring that they were buried in "woollens" in accord with the Act passed in 1666 encouraging the wool trade.
Death 10 November 1734 (Age 31)
Address: Silton,
Shared note:
In the book "Silton, Records of a Dorset Village" compiled by the Silton WI in 1983, on page 52 is a facsimile of the burial record of Elizabeth and her mother Alice, declaring that they were buried in "woollens" in accord with the Act passed in 1666 encouraging the wool trade.
Family with John Suter - View family
husband
 
Marriage: 21 April 1724Silton, Gillingham, Dorset, England
20 months
daughter
3 years
son
2 years
son
3 years
son
4 years
son
2 years
daughter

Death
In the book "Silton, Records of a Dorset Village" compiled by the Silton WI in 1983, on page 52 is a facsimile of the burial record of Elizabeth and her mother Alice, declaring that they were buried in "woollens" in accord with the Act passed in 1666 encouraging the wool trade.