Henry Borden (1370 - 1469)

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Henry Borden
1370 - 1469
updated February 06, 2019
Henry Borden was born in 1370 in Headcorn, X-England. He died around April 25, 1469 in Headcorn, X-England at 99 years of age.


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Henry Borden was born in in Headcorn, X-England


Henry Borden died in Headcorn, X-England

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Henry Borden died around April 25, 1469 in Headcorn, X-England at 99 years of age. He was buried in Headcorn, X-England. He was born in 1370 in Headcorn, X-England. There is no information about Henry's family or relationships.
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Born: 1730
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Born: 1732
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Born: 1739
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