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Marriage of Rayment 1st Cousins in 1800s
Posted by: Nicola Pledge Date: March 24, 2001 at 16:12:22
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Does anybody knew anything about an academic theses written in the 1950s at St Thomas' Hospital, London about two sisters who were the first confirmed cases of female haemophiliacs. I am reliably informed that it was traced back to a marriage in the early 1800s between two Rayment first cousins. As we have two Rayments marrying each other in 1812 and most of their children died relatively young, am wondering whether there may be a connection. Any info greatly appreciated, particularly reference to the paper as should then be able to get a copy of it.

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