On 2 January 1617, Rabage BEERE was baptised in Modbury, Devon, England.
I tried Google to search for the name "Rabage" - apparently, 'Rabage' is everything from the name of a velociraptor through French couture via the name of a mystery gamer who hasn't completed their profile page since 2006. The closest I came was a Rabage DAY, who was born in 1733 in North Petherton (not far from where I live now), who married Thomas SLOCOMBE on 30 September 1754.
This can be another of my genealogy goals for 2013 - to find out more about Rabage BEERE: whom she married, where and when - and where and when she died. Surely, with such an unusual name, she shouldn't be hard to find...
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