Pyne Cavendish

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Henry Cavendish was baptised 15 Apr 1707, the son of William Cavendish by his wife Elizabeth Holte, who had a license to marry dated 1705.  Henry's baptismal certificate is extant in the extracted IGI.
 
Henry Cavendish was baptised 15 Apr 1707, the son of William Cavendish by his wife Elizabeth Holte, who had a license to marry dated 1705.  Henry's baptismal certificate is extant in the extracted IGI.
  
In 1730, when Henry had just turned 23 and had not been previously married, he as "Henry Cavendish, esq of Doveridge" married the 23-year-old unmarried Anne Pyne of St Anne.  Their license dated 8 June 1730 allows them to marry at Royal Chapel of Whitechapel.  Their is a patron-submitted sheet in the IGI claiming that they did marry the next day at Westminster.
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In 1730, when Henry had just turned 23 and had not been previously married, he as "Henry Cavendish, esq of Doveridge" married the 23-year-old unmarried Anne Pyne of St Anne.  Their license dated 8 June 1730 allows them to marry at Royal Chapel of Whitechapel.  There is a patron-submitted sheet in the IGI claiming that they did marry the next day at Westminster.
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Henry remarried in 1648, to Catherine Prittie, widow of Richard Meade of Ballintober
  
 
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